Well not too long ago I met someone who somehow scammed his doctor into giving him THC pills, what the guy did was he stole a prescription guide book from a doctors office and faked all the symptoms to get prescribed these pills which got me thinking
Does anyone know the legitimate reasons to get prescribed pot/thc pills?
That guy I met claimed he told his doc he took so many e's in his life it destroyed his hunger so the doctor gave him thc pills to get the munchies or w/e the medical term for that is, but I don't really wanna say that and I rather get prescribed pot rather than THC pills....but if I can only get THC pills thats ok.
Last edited by RebelForce; 02-08-2009 at 11:29 PM.
Reason: THC PILLS from the doc.not prescription E pills hehe
Wikipedia marinol, and check it out on erowid. Depending on where you live, I seriously doubt yer gonna get a script for ganja. Not gonna get into even the ethical aspect of it though, but seriously, look up why they prescribe Marinol and then look up symptoms of those things, still doubt it's gonna happen. It's hard enough to get fucking legit scripts for legit problems, oh well.
That guy I met claimed he told his doc he took so many e's in his life it destroyed his hunger so the doctor gave him e pills to get the munchies or w/e the medical term for that is, but I don't really wanna say that and I rather get prescribed pot rather than THC pills....but if I can only get THC pills thats ok.
LOL PRESCRIPTION MDMA No, just no.
You'll only be able to get prescription cannabis in CA.
Prescription "THC" is called Marinol, the synthetic active ingredient is dronabinol in sesame seed oil.
If you live in CA, basically the only state with easy access medical marijuana, all you need to do is go to a "pot doc" theres one in every town. They usually charge $100-$150 for an appoitment and they dont take insurance. You go in, say "I have ___ and i need pot" and they write you a prescription. The whole thing is a croc, the doctor knows you dont need it he's just crooked and/or believes in legaization.
They usually wont see you if you're under 18, and you need to do research on what disorder you can claim the weed can treat, usually insomnia, anxiety, or nerve damage.