When our husband plus I sat down to discuss his getting medical marijuana, he was drastic when he asked if medical marijuana was okay for him.
I reminded him that the nurse thought it would be superb for him.
Ever since he began his chemo, he had been plagued with nausea. He had already lost twenty pounds plus all of his muscle mass was going away. The nurse said that if both of us didn’t get the nausea under control, he would lose all the nutrients his body needed to survive. The nurse said they may need to provide him a feeding tube. I didn’t want our husband to suffer more than he already had been, so I told him both of us would try medical marijuana. I knew that you could get the munchies from marijuana. Even if medical marijuana wasn’t able to completely stem his nausea, it would make him hungry plus he would be trying to get food into his system. About more than five weeks after he began his first month of medical marijuana use, he went in to his nurse. He had only lost more than one pounds, plus his blood work came back all within sufficient parameters. The nurse asked if he wanted to up the amount of medical marijuana he was using. He was glad to figure out a better THC to CBD ratio for him. My husband said he had already talked it over with the medical marijuana pharmacist, plus he wanted to wait another month. My husband didn’t want to end up sleeping all the time, plus the pharmacist thought that he hadn’t seen the full potential of what he was now using.