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October 21, 2014


States that allow medical marijuana for chronic pain relief have fewer overdose deaths from prescription painkiller opioids like oxycodone/oxycontin.


Medimari does help some people sometimes.

Indica dominant strains, at least 80% indica, seem to work best for pain. Kryptonite is a recommended strain in this regard with strong sedative, muscle relaxing and pain relieving effects without too much head buzz.

marijuana is bad for you


too late for Oregon and other states. The cat is out of the bag and use will become even more widespread. Beware of the potent concentrates like hash oil which can induce psychosis.

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