Poll: Marijuana Safer Than Opioids, But Moms Shouldn’t Use

Pot is safer than opiods

By Kristen Wyatt, Associated Press COLORADO: Americans think it’s safer to use marijuana than opioids to relieve pain, but they were less comfortable with children and pregnant women using pot to treat medical conditions, according to a new Yahoo/Marist poll released Monday. Two-thirds of the respondents in the telephone survey said opioid drugs such as Vicodin Read the full article…

Cannabis Mom: 8 Things You’re Getting Wrong About Parents Who Use Pot

Diane Fornbacher

COLORADO:  It is now legal to buy marijuana for recreational use both in Colorado, and as of this week, Washington State. Diane Fornbacher, a long-time cannabis activist and mom of two boys, 11 and 5, would like to clear up some common misconceptions about parenting and using pot.  1. No, I don’t deal weed out of my house. Read the full article…

Language Of Politics Irks And Inspires Pot-Smoking Mom

“As far as we know, the legislation plans to make changes to both the civil and criminal code which might recriminalize some aspects of A64 in regard to parenting,” Pegram wrote.

COLORADO: Since the publication of my article “Lessons learned from Child Protective Services” I have been silently schooled by the Internet. Browsing early comments of the piece revealed that while I had captured the sentiments of CPS fairly well, I’d apparently really missed the mark on parents’ rights. You do not have to let someone in your Read the full article…

AA: ADHD and Anxiety – Diary of an MJ Mom

My doctor and I would both like to see more scientific study validating the effectiveness of CBD, and a better understanding of the exact dosage required on a daily basis. She was also concerned that cannabinoids wear off much faster than a time released controlled substance.

by MJ & Me In our world, AA is an identifiable acronym for Alcoholics Anonymous, American Airlines, and for those financial gurus, AA: NYSE the stock quote. But in my world, AA stands for ADHD and Anxiety. Sadly, these are two challenges that my beautiful, smart, witty, charming and oftentimes challenging 16 year-old son faces Read the full article…