I live in a crap medical state. Like one where you can only get a card if you are basically dying. I had some serious surgeries and I went through opiate withdrawal that got me involuntary locked up in a mental health care facility for nearly 2 weeks because they thought I had something wrong with me and they saw the THC use in my system. The ER lied to me and said they could get me a medical card just to toss me out of there. I'm now court ordered to take some horrible meds which I'm slowly being taken off of. I've made a lot of progress on taking less meds but the doctors can't just take me off because I could get seizures. I'm on 2 shitty meds. One is a low dose and I'm almost off it and the other is still pretty high. I told my latest doctor I've lived a normal without weed or meds and hes working with me to get off them over the next few weeks. Its been rough. So I'm basically getting tested all the time because of this out patient program I'm forced to partake in. I've missed almost 5 weeks of work and I will probably miss 2 more. I'm applying for temporary disability which is a pain in the ass in this state. I hate this state that I will not mention for privacy reasons. But its in the North East U.S. you can probably guess which one. We have a infamous governor. As for the break, even though its forced I'm having a good time, I'm much more productive now. The weird dream phase is finally over and I feel pretty normal again. I stopped daily use around January 15th. I had my surgeries the beginning of February all at once and couldn't vape for 2 weeks after. So I took a couple puffs around the 14-15th of Feb. then the court stuff happened when I got out of in patient. In conclusion, be careful what you do and say in a ER or just try to avoid the ER entirely if you are in a crap state and you have THC in your system because they will treat you like a junky.