Consider the different effects that legalization would have compared to decriminalization.
Certain drugs are simply too complex for the average person to be able to walk into a store, make a purchase, start injecting safely.
JMO of course. Something to think about, that’s all[/quote]
The only “legalization” situation I could ever see is doctors writing scripts for “low testosterone” more casually.
Education of the public and of doctors in the area of hormones are severely lacking.
Many endocrinologists are barely as knowledgeable, or less so compared to many 20-something year old “bro chemists”
Its an embarrassment to the medical community. I know that many people think they “know” more than doctors because they can use the internet, but in our case its not much of an exaggeration.
Hell I had to “coach” a doctor the other day, he was not prescribing my girl the correct medicine.
She had no fever, a very bad sore throat, very red at the back of throat, no cough, heavy, discolored drainage but limited congestion, and had been sick for almost 4 days.
She went without me a few days ago and got sent home with some mucinex DM, high dose ibuprofen, and sudafed or some shit.
Its clearly an infection, and its CLEARLY bacterial
I go back with her, and he wants to give her fucking tamiflu, an antiviral.
I was pissed, I said, Azithromycin, should I spell it for you ? Write the script.
Im not even well versed in medicine and I can identify OBVIOUS bacterial versus viral infections. Fucking ridiculous. I realize its tricky in many cases, but sinus infections are pretty clear in this case, the key symptoms fit like a textbook answer.
1 day on the antibiotics and shes practically better.