Cannabis Good for Bone Disease

  laurie53 07:10 14 Aug 09
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Brings a whole new meaning to the phrase "good joints"!

  wolfie3000 08:35 14 Aug 09

Could do with something to help my aching bones,

But i would never do cannabis, 99% of the time i "White out" on the stuff and usually have bad trips.

Tryed it when i was a teen and never again.

Rather have the aching bones than feeling your brain sloshing about in my skull and the nausea, freak outs and retching i get from the stuff.

  crosstrainer 10:09 14 Aug 09

This contravenes forum rules, but I have been taking Morphine for the last couple of weeks.

Can't see the attraction, makes me Ill as in losing one's dinner et.

Suffice it to say that I will be happier without the stuff.

  Chegs ®™ 10:37 14 Aug 09

I wonder if I'm old enough to qualify for testing cannabis? :)

  Bingalau 10:50 14 Aug 09

crosstrainer. There's nothing wrong with taking morphine under medical supervision. I am awaiting an appointment for a spinal injection at the moment. While waiting I am wearing patches which give me a controlled (slow release) amount of morphine. I would be in agony without it. But I can't see the need of people to take morphine or any other mind warping drug, for recreational purposes.

  crosstrainer 11:46 14 Aug 09

I've just been re-visited, and they assure me that the increased dosage will make me feel better.

I'm sure it will..

So I guess that's it is it?

  sunnystaines 11:54 14 Aug 09

does it have the THC removed first to make it leagle.

  crosstrainer 12:50 14 Aug 09

I also was tried on the slow release patches, but due to excessive err hair

They started me on oromorph.

Now on mst etc.. we are treading a fine line twixt this thread being locked, or all us old codgers being deleted..

Metaphorically speaking of course.

  sunnystaines 13:11 14 Aug 09

thats strong stuff for excessive hair

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:56 14 Aug 09

Is this click here how "Morph"ine gives you excessive hair?

Sorry couldn't resist :0)

  crosstrainer 15:02 14 Aug 09

Ha Ha ..What I meant was (as I'm sure you know) the things simply stick to the hair...Need I really be any more graphic?

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