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Medical Marijuana is a topic often accompanied by a great deal of controversy, misinformation and misconceptions. To help us better understand the regulatory, policy and legal landscape, our guest will be Philippe Lucas. Phillipe has a Masters degree in Studies in Policy and Practice from the University of Victoria and is a PhD student in the University of Victoria’s Social Dimensions of Health program. He is also a Research Affiliate with the Center for Addictions Research of British Columbia and a founding Board member of the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies Canada and the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition. Please call in with your questions and comments. [DISCLAIMER: The Content provided on the Show is for informational purposes only and is not professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or care, nor is it intended to be a substitute therefor. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider properly licensed to practise medicine or general health care in your jurisdiction concerning any questions you may have regarding any Content obtained from this Show and any medical condition you believe may be relevant to you or to someone else. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard or read or seen on this Show. Always consult with your physician or other qualified health care provider before embarking on a new treatment, diet or fitness program. Content obtained from the Show is not exhaustive and does not cover all diseases, ailments, physical conditions or their treatment. DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS SHOW until you've read and accepted the complete terms and conditions found at http://www.painbc.ca/node/4 and on the www.painbc.ca website (click on "Privacy Agreement/Terms and Conditions" at the bottom of the home page).]
With Florida now considering legalizing marijuana, join Fred and William as they interview Paula Bronfield of Bayshore Medical. A service in California that sells medical marijuana products to cancer patients and others.
Dave interviews Patrick McClellan, a lifetime sufferer of Muscular Dystrophy who currently is prescribed to take 26 synthetically made 'prescription' drugs every day. Learn what Patrick's doctors recommend is best for his health, and of Patrick's recent fight spearheading the legalization of medical marijuana in Minnesota. Find out law enforcement's true objection to marijuana, their objection to Patrick; it will surprise and shame you.
Dave will speak of his use of marijuana after his plane crash---read Dave’s story 'Lines Along the Wall' available on Amazon.com or MooreMotivated.com---to help aid in his recovery from post-traumatic stress disorder. Dave was prescribed Zoloft and , two very powerful and highly addictive drugs.
During Dave's last episode 'Breaking Bad,' he helped Tom Riddell come free of his addiction. (Riddell was prescribed by his doctor for a similar condition).
An episode you don't want to miss, Dave will share his familiarity of the 'drug' industry, as he spent 10 years in the department of homeland security flying the HU-25 Falcon Jet in a counter-narcotic effort in the U.S. Coast Guard.
"Is it really a 'war on drugs,' or is it a 'war on securing taxpayers dollars' to grow and expand their respective departments," Dave asks?
The Indians had two indulgences: Fire Water and the Peace Pipe; we chose to legalize the one they called Fire Water?
In this episode, Karrie and guests will discuss the therapeutic benefits of THC for depression and anxiety. Medicinal marijuana is legal in many states, but in most cases, there are no legal dispensaries for it. This issue is all the more controversial due to the fact that most commonly prescribed drugs for anxiety are in a class of highly addictive narcotics, while marijuana is NOT physically addictive.
This episode will have an 18+ maturity rating, so no callers under 18, please. Thanks.
KB and the REVOLUTIONARY RYDERS fire up the knowledge and get high off the revolution. Its time for our country to take a close look at legalizing marijuana. The unjust drug laws and the fake ass war on drugs has had a detremental effect on Black America. Why is weed illegal and alcohol isnt when it kills more people daily? How much tax revenue can be generated from the regulated sale of marijuana? What are the benefits of medicinal marijuana? Is marijuana the biggest gateway drug? Is weed worse than perscription pills?
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What medical ailments are alleviated by marijuana aka canabis?
Should Marijuana be legalized? Medicinal or Personal Usuage or both
How should Marijuana/cannabis be regulated if any?
What states have it legal ?
Why are the pros of legalization and what are the cons.
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Tonight on It's Real Talk Radio, the Panel will be discussing Marijuana and if it should legal to smoke. Ever since we can remember, US Citizens have been thriving to have a bill passed making it legal to possess and smoke Marijuana (not just for medical reasons but in general). As we all know, about half of the states in the US have made it legal to smoke Marijuana for medical purposes only. Of course that means you need to make the list of illnesses that would grant you that privilege along with your doctor's approval.
As of now, without a medical slip, Marijuana is illegal to smoke or even possess in all states. The question we're asking each other all of our listeners tonight is "Should Marijuana be legal to smoke in general meaning you can sit in your back yard smoking a blunt and not have to blow your high worrying about if the police are coming.
This will definitely make for an interesting show, so make sure you tune in (especially you Marijuana smokers). To catch the live show by phone dial 347-838-9540 and dial 1 if you have a question or comment for the hosts; otherwise, continue to hold and listen to the live broadcast.
Initiatives don’t always work out for the best as patients in Lake Co. California have discovered. Daniel McLean of the Emerald Unity Coalition will discuss the upshot of an initiative introduced by Lake Co. government that was passed by the voters and bans all outdoor cultivation in residential neighborhoods. An alternative initiative sponsored by patients will be on the November ballot that will change things substantially.
Cannabis has had a long history of religious use and our 2nd guest is Michael Myers, director of an organization dedicated to preserving this ancient religious use. The religious use of marijuana, ancient or not, has had a very problematic history, but Michael will elucidate the four steps which he has put into practice and he believes provides first amendment protection.
We knew from polling data that a majority of Americans, 54 percent, favored legalizing the use of marijuana. Now that we’ve begun publishing an editorial series arguing for an end to marijuana prohibition, we know that a majority of Times readers appear to favor legalization, too, and in far greater numbers than the population at large.
We asked readers on the main editorial if they were for legalization, against it or unsure. Forty-one said they were unsure, 206 against and 4043 for. (That’s as of 12:30 p.m. on Monday.) Obviously the comments section doesn’t amount to a scientific poll, but the lopsided reaction indicates that, among Times readers, there’s a virtual consensus: The federal ban on marijuana makes no sense.
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We're back from vacation with much to discuss. The NFL's and Roger Goodell's decision to suspend Ray Rice for two games after video surfaced of him dragging his unconcious then-girlfriend/now-wife from an elevator has been making the rounds so much that discussion of this decision by media members has become a story all of it's own. ESPN announced today that they would suspend pundit Stephen A. Smith for one week for comments he made discussing the incident on "First Take" (which he has since apologized for approximately 4 times, including once on the same program). Menawhile, in Cleveland, reports of Josh Gordon testing positive for marijuana have come under question after he claims that it could be from "second-hand" smoke... and he may actually be telling the truth. Marcus and Darryl will shake off the rust and attempt to make sense of these and other stories on tonight's edition of the program. Tune in!