Prelude to CannaGramma

“One man’s weed is another man’s flower.”

This blog is dedicated to all the people who don’t know yet, are afraid of the stigma, or have been misinformed about cannabis.

I do not engage in the practice of medicine. I’m not a medical authority, nor do I claim to have medical expertise. Always and in all cases, I must recommend that you consult your own physician regarding any medications, prescriptions or over the counter medicines, and any course of treatment, traditional or non-traditional, that you wish to take on for your health issue.

cannabis sativa plant illustration c1900

Franz Eugen Köhler’s Medizinal-Pflantzen. Published and copyrighted by Gera-Untermhaus, FE Köhler in 1887 (1883–1914).

This blog is simply a story about my dealings with medical cannabis, and if you feel in any way encouraged to try it for yourselves, this blog may help you decide. But I’m not saying you should break the law. Everyone must be fully read on the marijuana laws in your locality, to make an informed choice about using medical cannabis (marijuana).

Plain Talk about Mary Jane

I will take a tack in this writing to assist anyone, like myself, who needs to know more about medical cannabis. My hope is to help guide them in their personal journey, to a path that has been beaten for thousands of years with much success and more consistently good results than most modern prescription drugs. It’s your choice and right to take this path.

This is a guide in deciding if medical cannabis is useful and practical for you. I’m not a medical professional, and I don’t claim that I know how to cure disease, heal your pain, fix your car or pay your bills. I am just sharing the knowledge that is already out there in a way that people from my generation and those older than us, (and maybe even younger,) who may have never “smoked a joint in high school or college,” can relate to. I want to help dispel the myths and I want to speak plain talk about Dr. Mary Jane.

So, if you want to read this in some kind of order, start here and move on to the archives section in the right sidebar and start at the beginning. If you want to flit around all over the place…go for it!



  1. Wow…what a nice, friendly letter. I am so appreciative. I’m going to go off and read now. Thank you for taking so much time to be helpful: I know I’m not the only one that needs it. I promise to pay it forward.

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