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I Wnat To Get My green Card For Adhd.

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by grizdog, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. so, i do have adhd... took 54mg addies for 8 years, and when i ran out for a month (broke) i noticed my whole world changed.
    i still have the symptions... but i know how to control them better... but their still their.
    i live in MMJ is a bitch to get... but i have noticed that when i smoke, it chill me out. im less angry, irratable, and i shut up, and just chill.
    however, i looked at the list of reasons to get a MMJ card, and no state lists ADD or ADHD as a reason, yet ive heard of people getting a MMJ card for ADD/ADHD.
    im only 19... and have yet to have cronic pain.... so i cant take the easy way.

  2. Nothing about chronic pain is easy, man. If you have the money, go and get evaluated and bring your medical records. 
  3. Weed is numbing your anger and chronic pain is by far not easy. Stop abusing the system if its not listed its not.
  4. #4 cball, Jun 22, 2013
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    No qualifying condition means you do not live in Montana where they are strict, not LA California where green cards are just handed out to the selfish card gaming kiddies like lollypops at a circus...(yes, that's a jab at the card gaming punks and punkettes...and the bullsheet gaming in CA)
  5. I dunno, but Adderall (assuming you have a prescription) is cheaper than MJ. So if money is the issue, might as well stick with the Adderall for your ADHD.
  6. Hahaha keep the LA hate comin, we got more than enough good vibes down here to cancel it out!
  7. #7 LAMedicate, Jun 22, 2013
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    Why in the world would one choose to take meds that are both more dangerous and less effective I don't get that
    Because he initially stated that he'd stopped taking his Adderall because he was broke. So, money seemed to be the issue. not the efficacy of the medication.
    I'm not sure its been proven that MJ is more effective than Adderall for ADHD. As for safety, Adderall is reasonably safe if you use it properly. 
  9. Effectiveness should be measured by the individual and OP seems to prefer mj. And adderal has many side effects associated with it as well as a greater risk for dependence than cannabis
    No argument there.
  11. #11 toan3465, Jun 24, 2013
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    If it's about money i would stay with prescription ADHD medications as they are cheaper than medical cannabis. 
    I also checked on your states laws regarding medical cannabis they are
    Approved Conditions: Cancer, glaucoma, or positive status for HIV/AIDS, or the treatment of these conditions; a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces cachexia or wasting syndrome, severe or chronic pain, severe nausea, seizures, including seizures caused by epilepsy, or severe or persistent muscle spasms, including spasms caused by multiple sclerosis or Chrohn's disease; or any other medical condition or treatment for a medical condition adopted by the department by rule.

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