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This year my aches and pains alongside my diabetes have had me change some of my personal strategy for wellness. That being the use of medical Marijuana.
The results have been quite good so far but my query is what is going to happen as we travel this fall. Much of the US is finally coming around to the usefulness of this product especially among the older crowd.
I am just curious how many out there take a substantial amount with them for the winter in the south as most state I don't think acknowledge another state's card..


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I wouldn't be carrying any form of medical marijuana with me anywhere it was not legally recognized to do so. MM is legal now here across Canada but if I fly anywhere outside the country I wouldn't take MM with me even though I'm legally entitled to use it here. JMO.

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Check state by state. Some states may also let counties be “dry” like with alcohol.


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I would think that if you took enough with you to last, didn’t do anything stupid enough to cause a search, and didn’t say anything about it to anyone, you would be just fine.
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I prefer medical methamphetamine. It helps me keep my weight down which helps with my type 2 diabetes. I feel I am able to concentrate more, especially while driving.


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When I moved to Nevada, possession of marijuana was a felony. Now it is legal for med and rec use. The rules have relaxed a lot. Bring your card when you travel and keep a low profile. I like CBD. It is ironic that now that weed is legal I rarely smoke it. I like the tinctures, but many are too strong with the modern genetics and high THC levels.

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Grodyman wrote:

I prefer medical methamphetamine. It helps me keep my weight down which helps with my type 2 diabetes. I feel I am able to concentrate more, especially while driving.


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Have you tried CBD oil? It works for some folks and some ailments, and it's legal everywhere.

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Don't try and cross the Can/US border either. While it may be legal either side of a border crossing, the border is controlled by Feds and is not considered legal to them, at least by CBP (US).


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I carry weed with me everywhere, and never even give it a thought. I seriously doubt law enforcement anywhere is interested in arresting old people with weed in RVs - unless you're DUI. I also like CBD for sleep. This post should be in a different forum.

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I prefer medical methamphetamine.
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