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Lds and cbd oil

According the analysis conducted by a law firm in Salt Lake City, those concerns include allowing people to grow their own marijuana, creating significant challenges for law enforcement, allowing dispensaries to give free samples, allowing minors to use medical marijuana, requiring science to be ignored, and concerns that large numbers of Utahns will likely qualify for medical cannabis cards.

So Cromar moved his family from Utah to Colorado to legally get CBD oil for his son. He said he was overwhelmed with support from fellow LDS members as well as his local leaders in Colorado.

“My faith in God has only grown understanding how cannabis works in our body,” Dave Cromar said.

When CBD oil was legalized in Utah his family moved back, but he says there’s a stark contrast in how he is treated.

“I was just blown away,” he said. “I don’t know what the issue is with it specific to Utah.”

Those behind the medical marijuana ballot initiative say they respect opinions of those who disagree but say the initiative, “…ensures that those who need this God-given plant for medicinal purposes can use it without fear of criminal punishment.”

But now some LDS Church members like Cromar are left with questions for church leaders.

“It’s the first time we found true success and healing in our son,” Cromar said.

Lds and cbd oil

Sen. Mark Madsen (R-Saratoga Springs) sponsored a bill that allows patients with a doctor’s recommendation to access products containing THC. He said in early February that the church owed an explanation to the people for its differing views.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports the church specified its concerns in a statement last week, saying the measures take very different approaches to access, distribution and control of the hallucinogenic compound THC.

SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has clarified its differing opinions on two separate pieces of medical marijuana legislation.

A bill sponsored by Sen. Evan Vickers (R-Cedar City) and Rep. Brad Daw (R-Orem), with which the church finds no objection, legalizes products containing marijuana plant extracts containing almost no THC, just cannabidiol.

The church’s statement acknowledges that some patients may find relief in certain compounds of marijuana.

Lds and cbd oil

To me, one of the most beautiful things about the gospel is that it’s really up to you and the Lord. My dad has always been against energy drinks and to him, they are against the word of wisdom. He has made that decision and prayed and that’s how he feels he should act. My sister, on the other hand, (as well as many other people I know) fully believe these are absolutely acceptable within the word of wisdom, even if a bit unhealthy. I don’t think either group is wrong, so long as that is what they’ve decided for themselves and with God.

I have bipolar and for the last year I’ve been taking all these meds that make me drowsy and all sorts of bad side effects. I missed months of work last year cause they screwed up my brain and caused a legit heart murmur! My psychiatrist said they are pretty much out of med to give me that don’t make me drowsy. My fiancé told me about CBD oils and I’ve been taking them. They help a lot but I don’t have a prescription for them so is that bad?

There are a lot of people who will tell you that why you’re doing is wrong and abhorrent, and there are others who will absolutely support you. It’s not really a good answer to your question, but just try and be rational and share your thoughts with God. The fact that you’re even asking this says a lot, and it seems like you’re on the right path, acting in faith.