Skelletor, there have been quite a few discussions here if you do a search for "marijuana".
Medical marijuana for diabetes? My memory is bad enough without adding to it. You have your A1c listed at 11, and you are saying it evens out your numbers. Maybe you were sick or something, so that A1c was a fluke, but if not, really?
You might want to consider that you're lessoning your stamina by decreasing your blood oxygen leading to decreased glycogen storage and circulation. But hay you'll get there sooner and we all want to see the pearly gates, right?
Even if it really does lower your blood sugar during the "munchie" phase, it doesn't seem like a better alternative to insulin. Marijuana seems like an ok medicine for certain diseases when every other legal medicine FAILS. If you can keep your blood sugar normal by testing and taking insulin in proper doses at the right time then why eat or smoke marijuana. If you can get a doctor prescription than go for it. But if most people can keep normal blood sugar levels without marijuana than I doubt it's a good idea. Also it just doesn't seem that productive to be "stoned".
Maybe if marijuana worked without the insulin but you are basically asking, "should I take insulin along with marijuana or just insulin alone?" If the insulin works without the marijuana than you don't need marijuana.
Recreational or personal use is a different question.
If a person is on medical marijuana, would a person also get disability, somehow? Cus how can a person function properly if stoned all the time? I mean, who cares about Montel and his talk show, anything he might say sober or not is such nonsense, no one can tell if he's stoned. But driving, working, and other situations that require good motor skills would seem to me get in the way of a disease that has to be managed 24/7.
Don't get me wrong... if they approved medical marijuana one day for Diabetes I might try it... But then I might forget I have Diabetes, and go have pizza and cake, when the munchies hit. lol Not that I would know... I've never so much as smoked a cigarette in my life, let alone done any drugs.
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