Quoted from Concretehardt:
The sad thing for guys like me is that my Dr will prescribe pain pills but I am subject to random UA’s at work and pain pills are ok if you have a prescription. If I were to have marijuana in my system it’s automatic termination (and they wonder why there is an opioid crisis) I am pretty much sticking to 800 mg ibuprofen and over the counter migraine meds to deal with the headaches and pain I am getting after my brain surgery as I don’t want to get whacked out on the pain pills they give me.
I hope this changes in the future for you. I don't think marijuana should be regulated any differently than alcohol. Myself.
Age 21 seems appropriate and go forward.
I myself faced a weird predicament before my stroke and three brain surgeries.
My company did not do random tests only hiring tests.
But I was asked to take a drug test for access to an Intel facility.
I took it after 30 days of testing negative and no marijuana.
It came back positive for mj.
Now they had to decide what to do with me. This was a couple years ago.
The decision was I was a great employee and they needed me back on my job asap.
It could have gone another way.
I think it should all be handled like liquer is. In terms of age and governance.
I think we just need to make sure minors don't have access, which is nothing new.
Also even though I have a limited license to drive I never do. Anymore.
So even though I am medicated. It would never affect my driving.
Anyways. I hope you get some relief. Nothing else works for me.
I have unique issues, unfortunately.