The Flower vs big Pharma
Medical Cannabis in the age of the medical machine
average ANNUAL healthcare costs can exceed $9,000 PER YEAR per adult
Depending on the level of self care – it is estimated that an adult will visit their doctor 3-6 times per year. When factoring the cost of your annual medical care, don't forget to add in co-pays, insurance premiums, cost of side effects on your work and home life, waiting times involved, and life altering drug dependency. When visiting your physicians, remember this stark fact about prescription drugs in America: The "most frequent principal illness-related reason for visiting a physician: medication".
you'll spend about $2,700 on MMJ
In Oregon, medical marijuana program patients are not required to pay state sales tax when they purchase their medical cannabis from a dispensary. Depending on the patients' level of self care – one can expect to spend $150–300/ per month for your whole plant medicine. Keep in mind, you are no longer spending excess money on co-pays, waiting in rooms filled with illness, or paying the price for a number of the harsh side effects given from pharmaceuticals.
SIDE EFFECTS May INCLUDE
- Appetite Stimulation
- Lots of Smiling
- Restful Sleep
- Reduction in Chronic Pain
- Reduced Inflammation
Prescription Rx :
- Trouble Breathing
Vote with your money
It seems bizarre to force "free" people to take part in a health insurance program that is geared primarily to put them on dependence creating medications for the duration of their life... the only way to effectively make changes, is to vote with your money!
cannabis As medicine
Whole plant medicine
Much the same as whole plant based foods deliver nutrients to our bodies and the systems within, whole plant cannabis as a medicine delivers much needed value to our Endocannabinoid system. We are all born with an endogenous Endocannabinoid system that helps regulate our vital systems from immune health to neurological function to cellular health. Phytocannabinoids bind to neuronal receptors CB1 and CB2 to provide regulatory assistance to your body's other systems - all with the common goal of homeostasis.