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Chronic Pain | Last Active: Aug 24, 2019 | Replies (6)

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There are very few drs. in Texas that will write a pres. Not any near me. I have been researching and I don't know of a place to get the tincture with cannabis> You can't take it with you to a national park either. I was hoping to get a supply of several months for pain relief. Mine is mostly neuropathy plus back pain. I guess I just won't be able to get anything. I don't want the high I just won't the relief>

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@peggyn & @lioness, Unfortunately, @peggyn, I do not know either. I think that is why there are so many support staff members in the dispensaries….to make sure everyone knows the ins and outs of the products and how they might fit your particular need. They are motivated to acquire a customer by helping them choose correctly and following up on the effectiveness of choices.

They respect call lists and let you know when out of stock products are back in inventory. Their customer experience program is top shelf from my perspective.

Almost everything I have learned in the last few years about medical cannabis is from the folks dispensing it. As far as I know, none of the products that I use are available online. I do want to make one suggestion for clarity. The CBD: THC formulas in some pre-pre-set dosages are essential because the THC activates the CBD. However, you never have to feel high. You can do a 3 or 10:1 CBD/THC and unless you drink a whole bunch you will not be high. I avoid the high by double-checking the dosage.

Perhaps the best thing you can do is support and vote for a change of the laws in TEXAS. My heart just breaks when I read about the pain that folks are enduring on Connect.

So, today, may you have freedom from suffering and the causes of suffering. Chris

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