Can i smoke marijuana when i'm on a homeopthic treatmentHi i wondered weather i can smoke marijuana when i;m on a homeopathic treatment.I know i should not drink or use any "hard" drugs but the case with marijuana is a little bit different so i decided to ask.Thanks in advance :)
stefo007 on 2005-09-23
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CONSIDER THIS :
More than 50% of earth's population use Marijuana, constructively. The ratio of Marijuana users verses Alcohol abusers is nearly 100%. That is, literally 90% earth's adult population abuse Alcohol, which is more worse than Marijuana. Alcohol is easily accessible & available to all, but Marijuana is a different story. Economically, all the world governments earn 1000% more on every sale of Alcohol than on every sale of Marijuana.
Therapeutic Medicinal usage of "Marijuana"
1. Marijuana induces increase in appetite, thereby therapeutically helping in increasing weight, indirectly helping Cancer and Aids.
2. Marijuana induces decrease in overall pain, thereby therapeutically benefitting Cancer.
3. Marijuana helps glaucoma patients by reducing occular pressure which can cause damage to the eye.
4. Stand Alone usage of Marijuana does not cause Cancer, Aids
1. Marijuana users experience panic attacks including extreme feelings of dread, accelerated heart rate.
2. Marijuana users experience respiratory ailments, mood swings, shabby personalities, loss of self-esteem and confidence, thinking impairment.
3. Heavy Marijuana users may experience loss of bowel movement, loss of urinary sensation and loss of sexual desire.
One can perfectly and safely take Marijuana when on homeopathic medicines, keeping in mind the homeopathic medicine usage parameters. Neither one antidotes either's therapeutic actions.
Also consider reading : http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/35254
A chinese proverb : "A fall into a ditch makes you wiser"
Nesha-India last decade
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