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Oliver Koslik

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Debating:The harm(s) attributed to Pharmaceutical v.s. Cannabis treatments of Stress, Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Etc etc...

SSRI's come with a long list of side-effects. The most severe being kidney damage, and severe depression. Although a vast number of people are currently medicated with such drugs.

Do you think doctors that are prescribing their patients SSRI's, should recommend a trial of cannabis? In replacement of pharmaceuticals?

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/janak/080225

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    Dec 13 2013: At the end of the day all it will be is a quick fix.....
    So how effective will its ingestion be??? short or long term....
    How does you concept of treatment differ from pharma???

    The only surging interest is no different to coca one and opium...

    Only thing is that; this "recreational" product, has HUGE potential at earning its name in the pages of medical textbooks, for superseding the effectiveness of pharmaceutically harmful drugs - THIS STATEMENT IS NOT TRUE /
    CANNABIS DOES CURE - IT IS RECOMMENDED BY DOCTORS - IT IS MEDICALLY RECORDED

    The only surging interest is no different: is when you start GM for the best strain....
    hydro is the perfect example, and then it goes down to cost, who can afford it, who will grow it

    i prefer cannabis to prohibited and out of the hands of pharmaceutical companies...
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      Dec 13 2013: My concept of treatment; is the substitution of pharmacological therapies, for viable botanical ones.

      I'm not sure, how "viable" Cannabis is as a cure, yet.
      But thats a different debate

      Thanks for your input!
    • Dec 23 2013: hyrdo? Hydro makes it look pretty, but if you want the best potency and medicine, grow organic, in the sunshine. It won't bring you the best bag appeal, in most cases, but it will give you the best results.

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