Living with MS turns out to be something that I can really manage.
When I was first maintained, this was most genuinely not the case.
But with the help of the cannabis dispensary and access to medical marijuana, that has changed. Up until our MS diagnosis, life had pretty much been a series of green lights. I got the job I wanted out of college, met the right guy, started a family and the whole thing. So I hadn’t absolutely faced any real adversity. So getting an MS diagnosis nearly destroyed me. Thankfully, my spouse was studying cannabis information to figure out the cannabis rules in our state. He also found a local support group for me. Eventually, he coaxed me out of the loft and into the support group meetings. Almost all the people in my support group agreed that my spouse was on the right track with navigating the medical marijuana rules. Folks in my support group raved about how cannabis products were so helpful with spasm and stiffness. This encouraged me to get to the cannabis dispensary once I got my medical marijuana card. Once I started treating with medical marijuana, I saw exactly what all the people else were raving about. I did get so much more out of my exercises and stretches to help our condition. But there was also a hopeful element to the medical marijuana that may have been even more pressing. Treating cannabis flower products has allowed me to accept MS as a reality to be managed and not an end to life as I knew it. Sure, it’s going to be weird as well as difficult at times perhaps. Yet, I suppose that medical marijuana benefits me both body as well as mind. That is a comfort as well as an essential section of finding the new normal I seek.