Medical Marijuana store opens

Terrasana opens a medical marijuana store at 656 Grandview, becoming the first dispensary to open in Central Ohio. About 50 people waited in the cold to …


  1. I was recommended to go on medical marijuana due to my medical issues and I was considering it getting off opioid pain management prescription drugs issued by my doctor. But it is my understanding that in Florida and I am unsure of other States but those precribed medical marijuana are required to give up their driving Privilege and rights to bare arms. Neither of those I am willing to give up. Once marijuana does become recreational though in Florida, I am hoping that marajuna helps me with the pain and reduces or elliminate the precribed pain pills issued. I can not test it now as I have drug test often and my doctor would terminate my contract if found in my system in which I can not afford being that I have surgeries in my right foot at least once a month.

    I am told my medications are more powerful in pain control over marijuana as well and my pain medications are stronger than 99.5% of all hospital emergency room issued medicine even issued for trama cases. I can bare some pain though so it's worth a try to use marijuana ( though much weaker) if marajuna helps me reduce if not totally gets me off these pills. I am unsure the strongest marjuana is on the market but I would imagine with me taking near the strongest allowed pills on the market today, the marajuna dose most likely would need to be the strongest in my situation.

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