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Medical Marijuana treatment for depression?

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by Konvoy, Mar 15, 2012.

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  1. I've been severely depressed as of late and was wondering about whether or not it works for people that have been prescribed medical marijuana as a treatment. I generally smoke on the weekends and it seems to bring me back to my former self of being excited and enthusiastic about things again. I haven't checked the stickies above for anything on this subject but i did google search and checked random forums and articles on the first couple pages. Both sides seem to be argued evenly. Any kind of help is appreciated, i do NOT want to be taking pills or any artificial anti-depressants.

    Please don't take this as me just trying to get the go ahead on a medical marijuana card or something because either way i'll get my smoke if i want to, i'm just looking for feedback.

  2. Thank you so much! I will definitely do it so i don't have to go to a therapist who will just throw prescriptions at me. :)
  3. I been smoking for 15 years, and it always lifted my spirits naturally. I don't take pills and never have....smoke on buddy.

  4. Therapists do not ( and most legally are not certified to do so) prescribe medications. That would be a psychiatrist.
  5. Please review the stickies
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