I really think it might be tough. depends what doctor you are gonna see.
do you guys think i could get my card for insomnia? or is that like not a good enough condtion to get one?
ya. if you got anxiety, it will help you in your quest to get a card, coupled with the insomnia. I got mine due to a back injury (well, injuries) and for my anxiety also. actually I have a whole lot of symptoms that make me qualify. what helps more is if you can get some records from your primary doctor to show the doc issueing the medical marijuana card. I never went to the MUM clinic, but my MMJ doc is in Big Island.
Sure.. My bad I've been busy but yeah, ask away!!!
Not certain that you can get an Medical Card with insomnia issues.. I know in California that you could easily obtain a letter for that problem.
In Hawaii, they definitely have stricter guidelines that seem to concentrate more on physical ailments that can be documented by prior physicians and hospitals.
For example, I have Crohn's Disease.... which is a highly painful gastrointestinal inflammation.. that qualifies as a physical ailment and I had to provide documentation from my previous doctors to my MMJ doctor to prove my condition.
It is a pretty easy physical ailment to prove because you get these big red inflammations and they stick a camera up a bad place and videotape it.. lol go to youtube if you want to see (not me
I also have Lyme Disease which is more of a neuropathological issue that affects my nervous system... and it is harder to show evidence of the condition.. I don't think I could get the Medical card on this condition alone...
Dr. Greenhorn mentioned a physical back injury that he probably has a lot of documentation for.. He wouldn't have a problem showing evidence of his physical disability..
Good luck in finding a doctor to help you out...
Need more input here guys! I have had LIFElong anxiety and insomnia issues. I was cut off from xanax and ambien because I built up such a huge tolerance to the drugs, and still suffered. Throw in deep depression as well. Stick to the natural herb!