Today Mom and Dad are talking about parents that use cannabis, and the haters that hate them. Apparently using legal herb to combat things like residual limb pain is just like, so unacceptable for parents to do. In this episode The Stoner Mom and husband break down the numerous benign and boring reasons parents use cannabis. *Hint: it’s not like bath salts.
Why do Parents Use Marijuana?
Today’s episode was based off this post, Why Use Pot.
Parents use marijuana for severe health issues. The kind that people who are anti-cannabis don’t have. Like HIV/AIDS, Cancer, PTSD, MS, Crohn’s Disease. Post-partum depression and debilitating anxiety. Like seizures, even in children. Like spinal cord injury, epilepsy and wasting syndrome. Like Hepatitis C, Lou Gehrig’s Disease,Alzheimer’s and muscle spasm disorders. Like Fibromyalgia, Fibrous dysplasia, Parkinson’s disease, and Lupus. Like Post-Concussion Syndrome, and residual limb pain. Like Tourette Syndrome and Traumatic Brain Injury. Like Interstitial cystitis and IBS.
Don’t have any of these? How nice for you. It’s easy to pass judgement on the sick, but is that really the kind of person you want to be?
Why do you use pot?
We get so many amazing emails and messages from followers who are taking control of their health and sharing their reasons for using cannabis. We would LOVE to share these regularly, so please, if you get the chance, send us a few words about why YOU use cannabis. Even if it’s just for fun, let us know! You can post on our facebook page and share your reasons with the community, or send an email to email@example.com.
Also in this episode:
- Why parents use pot: Answers from you
- Meet Cannabis Cathy
- David’s recent tincture adventure
- Parental aches and pains
- Depression, anxiety, and why I’m not crazy anymore
- And as always, What’s Going on in Dave’s Grow?
Got questions, comments, topic requests? Have a question for David about cannabis cultivation? Have business related questions? Email us!
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