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Marijuana is being decriminalized across the country. Whether for medicinal or recreational purposes, weed is going to be available to a majority of Americans within our lifetimes. That means one thing: commerce. What is it like to purchase what was previously only a street drug, from a classy retail outfit? I went to Exhale Medical Center in Los Angeles to find out.
Marijuana is starting to win some battles in the war on drugs. There are now 20 states with some
form of legal weed. This means a huge underground industry
is now going public. Modern consumers have grown accustomed to doing everything through the
internet. It makes sense that these consumers would want a place to find marijuana deals on-line.
That's where Canna-Saver.com comes in. Canna-Saver.com is kind of like Savings.com except you
won't find any deals on shoes or coupons for hotel rooms. Canna-Saver has coupons for marijuana
and marijuana related products. It currently only has deals
in the state of Colorado, but I wouldn't be surprised if it started to add more states in the very near
You may be wondering how legal all of this actually is. I know that's what my first question would
be. I'm too pretty for jail! Pot is still technically illegal federally, but the state of Colorado has made
it legal for anyone over 21 to buy up to a quarter of an ounce of marijuana without a prescription.
Colorado residents can buy up to an ounce. That's a lot of pot. The only reason you'd ever need an
ounce of pot was if you got invited to Willie Nelson's birthday.
... Pharmacies make their money on generic drugs, so prices are all over the map. While one pharmacy might charge $20 for a generic prescription, another could be only a few dollars, and the one across the street might top $40! So, what's a cost-conscious consumer to do? Same as any other spending spree, of course- shop around! Compare Prices Typically, you drive to your nearest drugstore, drop off your form, and await your sentence. But being the frugalista I am, I called three pharmacies in my area, and asked for pricing on the generic and name brand offerings. I expected a few dollars difference. Given that I have health insurance, I also didn't expect that one place would charge me $0, while another would ask $30, and yet another $50 as my co-pay. What gives? I would never suggest that ...
... pharmacies without certification. These resources can help you narrow down the better health risks regarding foreign medicine, but the illegality of the practice remains an issue. Inexpensive American Online Pharmacies The safest way to buy pharmaceuticals is from an American pharmacy that is required to meet proper FDA standards. You can save money by purchasing medicine online from an American company. Online pharmaceuticals tend to be quite a bit cheaper than those sold at a brick and mortar location. You have to be diligent to get the best prices though. Online pharmaceutical prices change often, so you'll need to compare prices every time you order new medication to get the best price. Ordering online also means placing your order early enough for your medicine to arrive before you run out of your current supply. ...
Recently, an article from CNN stated that contraceptives should be fully covered under the new health reform law. I fully agree with since it seems absurd to allow Viagra to be covered but birth control pills are considered elective drugs. How does that even make sense? Viagra can also be considered an elective drug since some of the people taking them are doing it for recreational reasons.
If you think about it, covering birth control pills, the patch, the sponge and other contraceptives is actually cheaper for insurance companies than to cover the cost of an entire pregnancy. Doctor's office appointments, tests, hospital stay and epidurals cost way more than $10 - $30 per month for the pill. Not to mention the cost of raising a child which has been estimated at $226,920 from birth to age 18. I think that number alone is birth control for some people.
So, what are some ways you can save on birth control before this law (hopefully) gets passed?
It's been all over the news lately, this brain-eating amoeba (Naegleria fowleri) that has claimed the lives of 2 adults and 1 child. Apparently, this deadly amoeba thrives in warm, stagnant water found in freshwater lakes, ponds and rivers. The parasite enters through the nose and travels up to the brain where it eventually devours your brain. Symptoms include fever, stiff neck and nausea and headache along with meningitis. The public is being warned to avoid swimming in shallow warm water where these amoeba live. I don't know about you, but I've never been on to dive into stagnant water. I always feel like something creepy is going to jump out at me.
But then again, one of the deaths did result from drinking contaminated tap water. *shudders*
This got me thinking about what other weird diseases there are that we don't know about. I present to you the top four.