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   Feb 09

Cannabis vs. Pharmaceutical Pain Pills

The largest growing addiction in Florida and nationwide is pharmaceutical pain pills. Addiction recovery programs have had to redesign their programs to meet the changes. Most pain medication is highly addictive and has detrimental effects to the body’s organs. The addiction to this form of medication is both physical and psychological. Deaths from medication overdoses are on the rise and have been for years.
According to Florida’s Attorney General Pam Bondi, there is a huge problem of babies being born addicted to prescription drugs. Attorney General Bondi remarked, “At one hospital alone, 30% of the babies in the neo-natal intensive care unit were born addicted to prescription drugs and are being treated with morphine.” Most likely these women were addicted to prescription drugs prior to becoming pregnant. This could simply be avoided with a safer alternative medicine in the first place.
Cannabis (as medicine) is not addictive, and has no withdrawal symptoms. There are ZERO deaths attributed to cannabis, and it is virtually impossible to overdose on. For many it is a much safer medication.
Antiementic drugs are anti-nausea medications, typically used to treat vomiting and nausea. These medicines are used to treat motion sickness, the side effects of opiod pain medication, general anesthetics and chemotherapy and digestive disorders. Many of these medications are also highly addictive, (unlike cannabis!) both physically and psychologically. Antiementic drugs can cause birth defects in an unborn baby. Overdoses and deaths are also associated with many of these medications. Some of these medications can cause a serious movement disorder that may not be reversible. Some antiementic drugs cause life-threatening interactions with other medicines.
Cannabis as medicine on the other hand is highly effective, far safer, and not physically addictive, has never killed anyone and has no life-threatening interactions with other medicines. Cannabis also has never been shown to cause any birth defects.
Cannabis has been used for thousands of years as medicine. Cannabis has been studied more than any other substance known to man. There has never been a credible study showing any birth defects or other irreversible body damage. If cannabis caused any it would be known by now.
Cannabis is a much safer medication for many instances than a large amount of the conventional medications. Floridians should have legal access to cannabis as medicine. One third of the population of the United States has been given this option under state law. Floridians should also be given the option with doctor’s approval to use a safer and in so many instances more effective medicine.
I ask you to pass the Resolution to put the Constitutional Amendment for medicinal use of cannabis on the ballot and let Florida decide.

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