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    In 2013 I was diagnosed with an epindinoma tumor in my lumbar spine. After a successful lumbar laminectomy and the neurosurgeon picked the tumor out of my my spinal cord, I was left with chronic nerve pain all up and down my butt, legs, and feet, and tightness in my back and hips.

    pain specialists put me on all kinds of narcotic pain killers, and either they didn't work, or they weren't something I wants to take every day for the foreseeable future.

    I tried kratom and it was perfect! The pain diminished quite a bit, and it boosted my mood as well. I've been taking it 2-3 times a day, every day, for 4 or 5 years now, anywhere between 5-10g per dose and so fast so good! Never has an adverse reaction, and no dependency issues outside of needing to take it or I'll be in pain.

    I love this stuff and at this point will probably be a kratom user for life unless it's banned or something better comes along.

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    I have a severe back pain for almost 1 week now because I work home base so that's why I am sitting for 9 hours a day. Then upon checking the internet, i saw this article thttps://www.worldwide-marijuana-seeds.com/blogs/marijuana-news/what-makes-cannabis-so-great hat CBD oil can help me to ease my pain. And as i can see it really helps me a lot,i did not put too much oil on my back but after 2 days i feel ok and comfortable again. Maybe this thing will help you also.
    I ask this question to two people, me and you, and for two reasons, I like discussing the positives of weed and I like hearing other people talk about the virtues of cannabis. Too often do I see or suffer from the overriding stereotype that stoners are inherently lazy and in some cases stupid. This is not the case, how

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      Wow, a lumbar laminectomy! *gasp*

      That is pretty intense, hope you've been doing well with Kratom. I feel like if we continue to band together and keep it legal, but who knows for the future if something better comes along. That is always a good point! I am pretty new to Kratom and learning everyone's story is such an eye-opening experience. Rooting for your continued increase in health!

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        Originally posted by Hellgauh View Post
        I ask this question to two people, me and you, and for two reasons, I like discussing the positives of weed and I like hearing other people talk about the virtues of cannabis. Too often do I see or suffer from the overriding stereotype that stoners are inherently lazy and in some cases stupid. This is not the case, how
        I know you did not ask me, but hopefully I can chime in and say that I know weed has helped a lot of people medicinally for different reasons. Whether it be for pain, anxiety, and even depression, medical marijuana really does help people. I was born and raised in California and moved to Las Vegas, a lot of people here are accepting of cannabis. I think with more time, the negative stoner stereotype will lessen which will be great for a lot of potential patients.

        I look forward to the evolution of people's perspectives towards herbal remedies like Kratom and Marijuana!

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