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Can Marijuana be prescribed medically for anxiety and depression?

Is it possible to get prescribed medical marijuana in the state of CA for anxiety and depression? I am already prescribed anxiety and anti depressants but I just don t feel this is the safest thing to be doing to my body at 18. How do I go about this without getting denied? I ve been fighting this depression for long enough and would like to just walk into a doctor s office without him or her wasting my time and money.
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Hi charlesholdern ! Marijuana can work on depression symptom , first it reduce then it make it double and then addiction. Whole lot of side effects. All these make marijuana a bad choice. So dear please away from this and consult the doctor safe treatment. Along with good medicine don't forget to do exercise and making hobbies to make yourself calm. So enjoy life and give us your smile. Bye.
Answered: Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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