Medical Marijuana Use… Understand the Chronic Pain Patient Before You Judge



Marc from Mirror Athlete Enterprises emphasises… To understand why a pain patient would choose to smoke medical marijuana you first must be able to put …


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  1. @woodamarc I have a question concerning those with chronic pain AND someone who has had a massive coronary which is currently under under control.
    Are there any dangers to the heart with use of marijuana such as increased/decreased bmp/BP, troponin levels, etc…? Does it constrict the blood vessels?
    I know nothing about marijuana so any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you and God bless.

  2. @louisvillepoet FYI: I left his post below as an example of an extreme view of the topic. I also gave him a chance to respond w some common sense. Got the same garbage back, deleted the garbage, then removed his access to post on this video. We are about pain mgt solutions. We can't have this kind of negativity when lives are already full of daily challenges. Wishing you a pain free day. Stay well and excited about life.

  3. @VirtualBilly Thank you for your service. I felt compelled to reply to your less than honorable response. I know you haven't seen my materials in full. If you had, you'd know 1) I'm a retired 20+Soldier. 2) I don't smoke anything. 3) I've listed risks including, addiction, lung disease 4) I've protected "your" freedom of speech no matter how ugly 5) I'm not an advocate of recreation legalization 6) I provide health science info. I'm sorry for your loss, but attacking me is not the answer.

  4. @louisvillepoet The beauty of medicinal marijuana is it is not only a pain inhibitor, but also an anti-spasm (muscle relax). The problem with any medicinal drug control and regulation is necessary to keep it out of the wrong hands (children). I totally empathize with you on this and wish you well. You shouldn't have to choose between pain and legalities… Due diligence on this one of course.

  5. From discussing strains with the experts in the field. You'll want to distinquish… Do you need head, or body pain relief, or both. Go to co-op, etc., ask to sample the strain that most appropriately applies to your pain scenario, unless state law prohibits this. Otherwise, you will have to be selective and try to see what best works for you. The other aspect is weather the plant was grown outdoors vs indoors. I don't pain manage w it. I do understand the benefits.

  6. From discussing strains with the experts in the field. You'll want to distinquish… Do you need head, or body pain relief, or both. Go to co-op, etc., ask to sample the strain that most appropriately applies to your pain scenario, unless state law prohibits this. Otherwise, you will have to be selective and try to see what best works for you. The other aspect is weather the plant was grown outdoors vs indoors. I don't pain manage w it. I do understand the benefits.

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