Many people don’t have healthcare workers who are knowledgeable about medical marijuana in the slightest.
Either they totally believe in the chemical drugs they supply their patients, or they don’t know about marijuana very much.
If they were to do their research, I assume more healthcare workers would prescribe medical marijuana. I found that multiple hospitals that healthcare workers labor for, won’t supply their healthcare workers the ability to prescribe medical marijuana. I was sincerely lucky to have the healthcare worker I went to, prescribe medical marijuana. He was a good friend with the hospital, although he wasn’t a hospital healthcare worker. He was a pain specialist who didn’t fully believe all pains required surgery or injections. He told me he was positive I would benefit from the use of marijuana. Medical marijuana could help reduce the inflammation that is causing the harsh pain, plus help relieve the pain while the inflammation is going away. It works in multiple ways and it can make you feel more relaxed while other chemical properties will relieve pain and/or swelling. Marijuana plants have natural chemical properties labor with the brain to treat the complication without causing more complications. CBD has the same chemical properties of THC, but there are no psychotropes involved. With the proper amounts of CBD plus THC, the brain’s natural chemicals labor with the natural chemicals of medical marijuana to help the body tell itself how to handle the harsh problems that may be happening in the body. Once the healthcare worker explained this to me, I was gleeful to see what medical marijuana could do for my situation. I didn’t want to take some drugs that were made in a laboratory, when I could have medical marijuana.