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Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by stickypunch1027, May 5, 2011.

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  1. ok i live in michigan. i have not been diagnosed with bi polar nor add but am 100 percent sure i have both. i dont do pills what so ever. not even tylenol. so anti depressents n shit are not ideal for me. can i get a medical card for these two conditions once diagnosed. i do use marijuana regularly as i find it calms me down, allows me to concentrate easier and stay cool and collective for long periods of time, any advice would be great. thanks.

    yours truly,

    purple sticky punch
  2. Ask your doctor..... There the ones that give the reccomendations for mj before you can get a card...
  3. I don't live in Mi but I would think so. Unless they have some weird thing about mental disorders not being covered because of a general stigma in american (human really) culture that a mental disability (since it can't be seen and is usually chemical) is viewed as modern medical witchcraft.... I digress.

    I would HOPE that Mi would give it to you and I would think they would. Remember though being Bi Polar is usually big ups and bad lows consisting of weeks or months at a time. It can be very hard to self diagnose between minor depression and bi polar disorder. Your Dr can you give some simple 5-10 minute surveys that will give you a pretty good idea as to your conditional and proper treatment (which as a patient you have the right to treat with cannabis).
  4. Please review the "Do You Qualify" sticky thread
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