April 20, 2019 4/20 Confessions of a Budtender I worked 1.5 years as a budtender in a “medical” marijuana dispensary. As a licensed health care professional, I erroneously believed that I was transitioning from one health care field to another. In fact my belief at the time was that marijuana was superior to Western medicine.
My Son’s Journey from being an Accomplished Scholar-Athlete to Psychosis, Addiction, Jail and Living on the Street
April 5, 2019 Editor’s note: portions of this story have been previously published on amazon.com as part of a review of Alex Berenson’s book, Tell Your Children The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness and Violence. What I have to say needs to be heard. This has to do with getting out the truth – real
March 22, 2019 David was our middle child of 5. He was a happy boy with a ready smile and a zest for life. He was raised in a Christian home with a family that loved him. He attended church weekly and memorized Scripture for the Awanas program as well as for the private Christian
An Open Letter to Vermont Legislators Dr. Karen Randall, FAAEM VP of Case Management Board of Directors SCEMA To Whom it May Concern, I am a practicing physician in Pueblo, Colorado. I have practiced in this area both pre-legalization and after legalization. Our county commissioner likes to refer to this town as the “Napa
A mother shares her son’s story about his marijuana regrets.