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Quick question

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by bigheel49, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. #1 bigheel49, Feb 7, 2009
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    I've been looking to purchase a mmj card but the thing is there's nothing wrong with me. Will I get rejected if I try, even if the dotor is cannabis friendly? Also what if I say I have insomnia because it can't really be proven right?
  2. ya you gotta have some real problem....but you could say anything about chronic pain....back neck shoulder knees anything.....
  3. So if I were to say I have chronic pain in some area it would work?
  4. yepp....depends state by state but enless you got chronic pain an dont wanna take pills or glaucoma, epilepsy or canser it would be hard to find a doctor to perscibe it...
  5. I live in So Cal and thanks for the info. Do they examine you on the spot if you have no medical history? I'm not quite familiar with the process and I kinda want to know especailly if I'm gonna have to tell the doc about pain I don't really have.
  6. haha its cali dawg ive seen videos on cnn of ppl goin to alternative medical physcians and get it for a fuckin hang nail in cali...
  7. haha thanks man
  8. dog, unfortunately you would be a recreational user. I got a fractured vertebrate, and I have chronic pain..., you know. But if you REALLY have insomnia, you might try a reg doctor first and have it documented. If those meds he prescribed like ambien are something you dont want to take, then try it.

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