Although many people have accepted—and even advocate for—the use of medical marijuana, the stigma associated with the plant still remains. If you are a patient who is considering (or perhaps already utilizing) cannabis as part of your course of treatment, talking to your loved ones about your decision may be challenging.
Understandably, some family members may be concerned about the legal ramifications of your choices. After all, cannabis is still federally classified as a schedule 1 drug. Others (especially older relatives) may associate cannabis with “Reefer Madness” and other outdated propaganda. They may worry you are likely to veer down a depraved path of escalating drug use, or that you are in some sort of danger.
The antidote to these fears, of course, is knowledge and education. If you are at a place in your life where it’s time to talk to your family about medical cannabis, read on for some helpful advice.
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