Marijuana best treatment for stress disorder, Oregon lawmakers told

Feb 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: OregonLive.com

Marijuana is not just the best drug, it's the only drug that consistently helps people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, a parade of doctors, researchers and veterans told a panel of lawmakers Thursday.

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bribri

Heredia, Costa Rica

#24 Mar 4, 2013
If you need an in deep clear explanation of related issue with maryuhana and heavier drugs I strongly suggest asking the questions to most of your
politicians,they know on first hand..........
and the results are CHRISTAL CLEAR !!
IMNEVERWRONG

Oklahoma City, OK

#26 Mar 4, 2013
bluedreamin wrote:
<quoted text>

I studied psychology and specifically pharmacology in University and you my friend are very uninformed. I have read more studies on the application of synthesized cannabinoids in peer reviewed case studies than you could imagine.

Cheers.
Did you get any type of degree or did you just study Science at a hidden location???????

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#28 Mar 4, 2013
I agree!

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#29 Mar 5, 2013
IMNEVERWRONG wrote:
<quoted text> Oh, I'm very much aware Along Comes Mary. As aware as 25 or 6 to 4. Stupid band directors in H.S. have no idea, nor will the old farts figure it out. They are mindless. Promoting the drug culture. You yourself should know many doctors and nurses are In bed with the "drug companies".
lol, wow.... Looks like the sixties never left you. What happened, uncle?
IMNEVERWRONG

Oklahoma City, OK

#30 Mar 5, 2013
bluedreamin wrote:
Bachelors and MD. Go green if you want to talk more or be quiet you backwoods inbred jerk off. Where did you study? Locked up in a basement in with a cyclops eye like the creature from harold and kumar 2?
I guarantee if you have your MD and have any real job, you would concentrate more on your profession. Many "doctors" over prescribe their drug of choice as an easy lazy cure. Where did Go green come from? A reference to saving our planet? I' m way ahead of you. College boy, I don't consider an education a measure of success. You do do though excel in juvenile delinquency.I can see why you are into drugs and the study of the mind.
IMNEVERWRONG

Oklahoma City, OK

#31 Mar 5, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>lol, wow.... Looks like the sixties never left you. What happened, uncle?
If one remembered, they did not have a good enough time.

“Down in the Bayou”

Since: Apr 08

Vancleave Mississippi

#33 Mar 5, 2013
Back in my smoking days...(civil war era)...I was never sressed out as I recall, course..I don't recall much of anything from those days...
IMNEVERWRONG

Oklahoma City, OK

#34 Mar 5, 2013
bluedreamin wrote:
Going green would mean stop being anonymous and log into the website. You can question my education but by calling me a "college boy" you're only furthering the exposure of your lack of education and 9/10 that hostility towards educated folks comes from shame of not living up the your true potential.
I can talk to you in my professional persona for work or I can talk to you like you do you to others. Basically be a raging
You're in the perfect profession as you do need to self medicate with really strong mind numbing drugs to c a l m you down. Self awareness begins with you. Try to hold off predicting your analysis of others until you get a grasp. But stay out of the reality. at least until you get a 10th opinion.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#35 Mar 5, 2013
IMNEVERWRONG wrote:
<quoted text> If one remembered, they did not have a good enough time.
I'm sorry that you're disappointed. Don't you think it's time to let go of your past? It's over, now, old timer. It's never too late to learn how to live life without regrets. Good luck with that, tio.
IMNEVERWRONG

Oklahoma City, OK

#36 Mar 5, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sorry that you're disappointed. Don't you think it's time to let go of your past? It's over, now, old timer. It's never too late to learn how to live life without regrets. Good luck with that, tio.
Very happy with the past, present and expected future. You know the old saying----"Think you think you are not, either way you will be right". Now I'm going to sign off tonight as I need to have a warm glass of milk and retire.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#37 Mar 5, 2013
IMNEVERWRONG wrote:
<quoted text> Very happy with the past, present and expected future. You know the old saying----"Think you think you are not, either way you will be right". Now I'm going to sign off tonight as I need to have a warm glass of milk and retire.
Yes, please do. You're sundowning, obviously. That "old saying" isn't coherent. Nitey nite.
IMNEVERWRONG

Oklahoma City, OK

#39 Mar 6, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, please do. You're sundowning, obviously. That "old saying" isn't coherent. Nitey nite.
As a song by the Bellamy Brothers goes....." I'm just trying to find some balance in a world that has totally gone insane" has a lot of meaning for me. I wouldn't want to be growing up in these times and in the race of rats. But I'm very happy with the slow life I live and I am happy to be totally free of both the right and left handed cigarettes. My experience with the medical profession is a 10 minute ear of me describing what bothers me and their 10 second time it takes to write a prescription they consider the cure. I properly disposed of all my prescription drugs I've had the last 15 years. Some many would cry over for.

Since: Jun 08

Atrisco Village

#41 Mar 11, 2013
bluedreamin wrote:
Good for your posting pointless information on the internet! You get three brownie points for that comment because you miraculously switched topics three times in one paragraph! Without any effort it would seem! Congrats. You may have wanted to hold on to that ADD script.
lol, I was thinking the same thing. On the other hand, he seems obliviously content.
MaryJane

Winnipeg, Canada

#42 Mar 11, 2013
legalize it we all have strees
IMNEVERWRONG

Oklahoma City, OK

#43 Mar 11, 2013
elise in burque wrote:
<quoted text>lol, I was thinking the same thing. On the other hand, he seems obliviously content.
Smoke gets in your eyes as I and others that don't smoke understand me completely. Many youngsters will never learn to write cursive, nor will they be able to think analytically, reason or be able to problem solve as a computer does it for them.Pot clogs the mind like a stuffed up head cold.
You Are Wrong Again

Cantonment, FL

#44 Mar 11, 2013
Depends on what you want as to what you get when it comes to weed.

Wakeup strains, mellow strains, strains that help you concentrate on mundane tasks.
IMNEVERWRONG wrote:
<quoted text>Smoke gets in your eyes as I and others that don't smoke understand me completely. Many youngsters will never learn to write cursive, nor will they be able to think analytically, reason or be able to problem solve as a computer does it for them.Pot clogs the mind like a stuffed up head cold.
Wake up & do the research, spudboy. You are WRONG.
IMNEVERWRONG

Oklahoma City, OK

#45 Mar 11, 2013
You Are Wrong Again wrote:
Depends on what you want as to what you get when it comes to weed.
Wakeup strains, mellow strains, strains that help you concentrate on mundane tasks.<quoted text>
Wake up & do the research, spudboy. You are WRONG.
Medical studies prove again and again that pot is harmful both physically and physiologically. I don't want doper's dope in me. I don't want a magical beast in my head. I like looking at the shinning side of the moon.
You Are Always Wrong

Cantonment, FL

#46 Mar 11, 2013
Y'know, yer right- you shouldn't drink, smoke, take aspirin, or even swallow cough syrup.

Someone with your issues certainly couldn't be trusted to maintain after ingesting a little cannabis.
IMNEVERWRONG wrote:
<quoted text> Medical studies prove again and again that pot is harmful both physically and physiologically. I don't want doper's dope in me. I don't want a magical beast in my head. I like looking at the shinning side of the moon.
F'loon. Take a look @ all the cancer, MS, arthritis, PTSD (and many more) patients being helped & comforted by this God-Given Blessed Herb.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#47 Mar 12, 2013
yes,actually Marijuana is a herb, I got a chance to visit india 2 yrs back, in Himalaya where people used to take regularly and work allot as well and they never got ill or get in depression or pain. but our bodies are not able to resist what they are taking... well if some one take it in excess only that case it is harmful
Derrick

Czech Republic

#49 Sep 24, 2013
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