I have given additional thoughts to my letting go of distinguishing between recreational vs medical cannabis. As I have said previously, most people, most of the time, are not fully aware of their own intentions in using cannabis, or xanax or vicodan or in having a sexual encounter.

We all have needs and interests. Often sex is to clearly satisfy a sex drive. Period. Is this recreational sex? With any luck it is.:)

What if the intent of the encounter is to try have a child? Does that make it more “medicinal”? Better? More important? Worth taxing differently?

What if the encounter was NOT meant to have a child, but a child is produced? How does this change the intent? Needs? Purposes?

What if a couple can’t sleep? Do they sometimes have sex for “medicinal” reasons to help them calm down? Is this better? Worse? Would any religions have issue with this?

The only reason I can see placing labels on any of these issues, or MANY others, is so they can be controlled by someone or some group; E.g. religious, legal

Allan Frankel, MD Dr Allan Frankel is one of the few physicians in the US who truly understands Cannabis as a medicine. All treatments suggested have been well studied. Every patient seen by Dr Frankel is given a personally created Treatment Plan created with the patient's specific issues defined. Plant medicine requires "tuning" of the dosing. Dr Frankel works with his patients thru a messaging portal. The use of this portal, allows quick and simple follow up contact with Dr Frankel. Patients are not charged for these messages, as this is how Dr Frankel has learned what he has learned. Follow up appointments in person or by phone/video are also available when needed

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