I'm a huge supporter of medicinal cannabis; I've spoken with several people who have cured their terminal illness (in some cases in a matter of days) using nothing but potent cannabis extract - these people I've talked with shop at my small town dispensary. In all of these cases the people who were able to cure their disease never previously used cannabis. This has led my to form a (perhaps paranoid) theory that cannabis should be highly respected and only used in life or death situations. I originally started using cannabis after an accident that left me with a brain hemorrhage and spinal damage; but after speaking with people who have successfully cured their terminal illness (having zero tolerance to CBD and THC), I ask myself the question: could it be that the healing effects of cannabis are most effective, if effective at all, when the patient/pupil has never before activated their receptors? Chronic pain is a real life nightmare, but I'm still very healthy so I made the choice to use it if I ever need it. Am I paranoid, or could there be some concrete substance to my theory?