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#1 of 123 Old 10-22-2010, 06:25 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Welcome to Autumn Cannabis Mamas and MJ Lovers

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Our purpose is to Support, Educate & Share information regarding the Many Common & UnCommon Uses and Abuses of Cannabis/Marijuana.

We speak about News Currents, Media, "Medical" Marijuana, State Legislation, Parenting, Breastfeeding, Legal Issues, Spirituality, Plant Uses and Preparations, Opinion, Fact and Truth.

We promote the use of this wonderful Medicinal Plant for Appetite Stimulant, Spiritual Centering, Treating the symptoms of Morning Sickness, Chronic pain, Glaucoma and possibly Curing/Reversing Cancer, AIDS etc... Countless Citizens find this plant medically useful and less harmful than disease causing prescription and over the counter DRUGS.

We are also discussing Hemp another misunderstood plant & seed, which has many wonderful non-medicinal uses < Fiber, Fuel, Plastics, Nutritional Value etc...> This is also illegal to cultivate in much of the U.S.
Also the subjects of spending less money on the "WAR" against Marijuana.
Many governments attempt to mis-inform and discourage Right Education and Safe Access to Marijuana. We Say... Use all things in harmony with yourself and others.

As this is a public forum and may be viewed by anyone with internet access, please be mindful what you post on this topic. Everyone has different comfort levels and we don't want to discourage anyone from joining us.

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I've combined our thread through autumn and winter

Where I am, it may be October, but we've had snow.

Welcome back ladies and come on in new interests

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I want snow!

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Subbing here too, it's getting cold here, but it's been so sunny that no one is complaining. Looking forward to winter though, the youngest girls just started really to really love tobogganing late last year. Can't wait.

I'll start with a question -

Where you live....how much do doctors typically prescribe for medical marijuana? Are they required to exhaust all other avenues before prescribing it?
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Thanks for handling the new thread, canadianhippie.
joyfullgrrl-I don't have an answer for you...many of us on here are not living in legal states I think it really depends on your doc, though.

Bring on the autumn leaves! Got some great pics of my lil guy in the carrier on DH's back in the woods the other day, and saw some deer, lovin it! (but, please, wait, snow and cold weather, hate it!)

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Very interesting article from NPR on the California legal debate. Interesting especially for me, since I'm from CA originally, and did *a lot* of my smoking there

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/s...ryId=130755883

I'm curious - what are your thoughts?

This law differs significantly from the law in AK, where I currently live. Here it's legal to possess up to 1 ounce and grow up to 4 plants, but illegal to exchange for money or give to friends. So, essentially, getting it is illegal, but having it isn't.

From the article, it seems that the CA law would have dispensaries, and has reverse support from what one would suspect with legalized marijuana. I'd be interested to know how other countries handle it too, like the Netherlands and Canada.

You'll recall I don't smoke, but DH does daily and I'm in favor of it as an awesome plant with multiple uses !

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Well, I'm in a rotten mood today. I was planning to go out of town this weekend and at the very least pass a bowl with some friends, but Mike spent the gas money I was going to need. A word of advice: If you're already spending someone's weed money (and he was, and he knew it), don't turn around and do something you were explicitly instructed not to do (like spend their gas money, too) which you KNOW will tick them off. Now I need a hit more than ever and I have no chance of getting anywhere. Grrr! [/rant]

I'll read the article later (I'm very curious!) but I shouldn't be online at all right now. . . I just really needed to get that off of my chest. :/

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There was a woman from RI that posted she was having legal issues . I wanted so say that I am a part of RIPAC and we have some great resources to helping people get their card stuff together. The one thing we cant do is compile a list of willing Drs. I do know that there is a holistic Dr in Pawtucket specializing in herbal treatments that is big fan of yoga and MJ as treatments. If you need more help then that I can try to get more info . So sorry you have to deal with this

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There was a woman from RI that posted she was having legal issues . I wanted so say that I am a part of RIPAC and we have some great resources to helping people get their card stuff together. The one thing we cant do is compile a list of willing Drs. I do know that there is a holistic Dr in Pawtucket specializing in herbal treatments that is big fan of yoga and MJ as treatments. If you need more help then that I can try to get more info . So sorry you have to deal with this
Hi that's me.Thank you.Any info you could give me would be great.I've basically run out of time for my SSI hearing as it's Nov 9th,but I still want to look into getting the card of course.I just hope I can get through this hearing,I am so scared.I haven't smoked in a month,just in case,and I feel terrible.Nobody thinks they will test me,but you never know,especially since this judge is a former prosecutor.All this because a former therapist diagnosed all my issues are from pot. So what that I've been going through this since I was a young teen,way before I started smoking.Mj has done nothing but help me.I think I could get off most of my meds if I could use mj when I needed it.

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First time posting, hey mommas!

It's a balmy 72 degrees here, what happened to my sweater weather!

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I'm new to this board. I have been is discussion with a few friends from my yoga class about using and the effect on our almost nine month olds. Who's gone through the research about what the effect is when breastfeeding? We all exclusively breastfeed and have read things that come down on both side of the fence about how much, and what effect is passed down to our babes.

Also, what do you do to reduce the harm of using on your babes? I try to always smoke outside, and in I vape in the house never in the same room as my LO. But I've wondered with the damage to the air quality that I am doing and the smoke and soot on my clothes should I be forgoing smoking altogether in favor of edibles? Or try my hand at making tincture which I've heard about? Tell me what you've changed and why...

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Hi mamas! just checking in with a quick hello and Happy Halloween! been crazy busy here.

AZ is voting this week for medical legalization, here's hoping
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basje, welcome. I don't know anything about breastfeeding & marijuana (I've never smoked while nursing) but it's probably a lot safer than, say, Prozac. In terms of air quality, though? I smoke in my room with the door locked and the window open/fan on (I'm very quick about it, especially during the summer & winter when having the window open is A Bad Thing). Never has the air quality changed enough for my ex (who is very familiar with the smell) to notice it. The kids have never noticed the smell on my clothing either, and only once did I get any comment at all-- when I ran out of my room quickly after a hit to kiss a booboo and the child in question said my breath smelled like smoke.

In other news. . . nope, still don't have any. I did get to pass a pipe with some friends over the weekend, which was nice. One was very impressed with how clean my piece was, enough to comment on it.

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First time poster. Passed some around with DP's family last night. First time we did it together. Hoping Measure 74 passes here. Think the "war" is stupid.

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Here is hopeing that Prop 19 passes in California tomorrow!!!! Legalization of mj for personal use. Send good vibes! It would definatlly go to the Federal courts, but it would be a HUGE step in the right direction.

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Looks like prop 19 didn't pass. Sigh.
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poor California...and I know a dude (my old go-to-guy) who just moved out there so that he could get legal. He left us un-high and dry. Maybe he'll be back?????

it can't have lost too badly. it's times like this that it's important to KEEP MOVING FORWARD.






and there's my motivational speech for the day.

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Looks like prop 19 didn't pass. Sigh.
So frickin' bummed!!! It was 54% no, so it was fairly close.

Can anyone tell me what the process is to get a medical mj card in CA? I was diagnosed with anxiety disorder almost 7 years ago but only was on meds & went to follow up appointments for a few months because the meds had horroble side effects. Would that work? Do you even have to be diagnosed before you see the dr that gives you the card?

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Well, we're moving back to AZ in Jan () so bummed it's still not legal (not that I thought it would pass), but excited it was kinda close. AND my old midwife that I had to leave posted on FB how she was upset about it too! Yay!! I don't remember who was posting about whether or not to tell her MW that she smokes, but now I know I'll be safe doing it when the time comes! It's so nice when you discover another person for marijuana, medicinal or recreational. (though I kinda consider all MJ use medicinal, even if the user is taking advantage)

There seem to be quite a few newbies, welcome, all!!!!!

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It's so nice when you discover another person for marijuana, medicinal or recreational. (though I kinda consider all MJ use medicinal, even if the user is taking advantage)
This is something I actually think about a fair bit. If you're using recreationally but you're a complete jerk when you're not smoking, shouldn't that count as medicinal? I think that a lot of people who don't experience physical pain or have an official diagnosis of anxiety or some such write their marijuana use off as recreational when in reality they're much happier and more functional with it than without it.

54%, huh? That gives me hope that within the next 20 years, the good green herb will be legalized. In the mean time, I will work on manifesting more of it into my daily existence.

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Hi Mamas

Thought I would chime in re: breastfeeding and smoking(well vaping for me, we almost never smoke, I am ready to venture into edibles/tinctures as well!). I did with both kids, but more for DS and he is by far a much more chill little dude. They are both testing off the charts for advancement, both physical and mental. They are both very social individuals. In my humble opinion, they were benefitted if anything by my partaking during breastfeeding. I never noticed them being lethargtic or anything after nursing either. (And no, they weren't more hungry either..lol)

We were just offered a nice stash for cheap. It isn't fabo stuff, but I am going to be making edibles so it shouldn't make a difference anyways. For the price, it's WORTH IT! And besides, when we vape, we get all the good with very minimal usage. And we generally vape it twice. And then make hash oil from the leftovers! Plus the kif we get off grinding for the vape! It's alllll the good

Looking forward to Thanksgiving turkey soon, yum!

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The thing about BFing and partaking that scares me, is what if something happens and your baby ends up in the ER, and they run a drug test, will the baby come up positive?

I had to go to the ER once while I was pregnant and they drew blood and ran a bunch of tests. Drug tests didn't end up in my medical record, but I was soooo paranoid it was making me sick.
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The thing about BFing and partaking that scares me, is what if something happens and your baby ends up in the ER, and they run a drug test, will the baby come up positive?

I had to go to the ER once while I was pregnant and they drew blood and ran a bunch of tests. Drug tests didn't end up in my medical record, but I was soooo paranoid it was making me sick.
I am pretty sure that unless you are on state aid and have signed the form allowing for random testing, they cannot test randomly for drug use. And unless they had a reason to test, I know they don't just randomly test babies for drug use. My kids have both been to the ER for stitches and neither time did they even remotely suggest drug testing. Unless your child were smoking a joint themselves and out there and they had cause to believe that you were drugging or hurting your child, I highly doubt that would be an issue.

During pregnancy and delivery, it might be a different story, especially based on state laws(so check into your own!) but I had a midwife and gave birth at home both times, so I never had to worry about random drug tests on me or the babes.

Basically what I am saying is to exercise caution based on your own research. No one answer is right for everyone until MJ becomes legalized.

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This seems like an appropriate place for this question and I'm hoping someone might have an answer for me:

I'm pregnant and due at the beginning of February. I have had severe trouble sleeping in the last few months, and have been known to use some tincture once in a while to help me fall asleep. However, I just heard from a friend of mine that occasionally hospitals will drug test mothers when they come in to deliver their babies. Does anyone know the exact stipulations of this? Does is vary state by state (I'm in New Mexico)? Or by insurance provider? Or only if the mother shows "signs" of being under the influence? This is such a frightening proposition for me and it seems as though hospitals would need some kind of consent from the mother in order to do this. I know that my midwife has not been testing me regularly, but I am planning to deliver in a local hospital.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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I've never heard of a mother being randomly drug tested. They need to have a reason to suspect that you have a problem. If you've been arrested for using _____, you might be tested. If you're on parole or have a history of drug abuse on paper, you might be tested. Otherwise, why would they bother? They need a reason to be that tense about things. If you come in for prenatal visits obviously strung out, they're likely to drug test you. If you just come in in labor? I can't imagine a reason in the world that they'd test you even if you were high as a kite when you walked through the door. I've never been drug tested during/after delivery, and I've had four kids in a hospital (two in NICU despite being at & near term). In fact, the day before I found out I was pregnant with my son I smoked and when I mentioned it to my doctor she just waved her hand and said not to worry about it. I don't think she even put it in my chart.

Maybe you should all have another puff and relax. I'll be here, smoking vicariously through you ladies.

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