Memory foam mattress topper at least 4" thick has finally brought a good night's sleep, along with Advil PM (2), and a joint at 8:00. I really don't care what political factions say about pot. It works, has far less detrimental effects than other RX drugs I've tried. It doesn't make me "high", but relaxes like nothing else. I discovered this 11 years ago when on chemo to control nausea (no RX drug could control it). I stopped using after chemo was finished, and discovered that it was NOT habit forming and had no problem quitting. I recently tried it again for Fibro and spinal compression fractures, and have found it a Godsend. It would be embarrassing to be arrested for being a pot smoking Grandma, but if that's the case, I would welcome the opportunity to extol its benefits!View Thread
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