In the post I replied to, you said: “Aspirin or Tylenol actually does the same thing without having to kill your lungs.”
My point was, and remains, that there is no need to “kill your lungs” to use medical marijuana.
I could cite statistics about how it’s ingested — and you could, no doubt, come up with a bunch of different statistics. If it makes you feel better, I’ll retract the “most ...” part. My point still stands: there’s no need to “kill your lungs” to use it. Your straw-man argument is knocked down.
Medical-marijuana use isn’t the same as the recreational use. Here, in Canada, medical marijuana is produced under federal-government license. Medical marijuana often has little THC (the “high”). It’s grown for medical purposes: stimulating appetite, reducing nausea from chemo-therapy, pain reduction, a sleep aid, etc.
I could go on; but, I can sum it up by simply saying you have no idea what you’re talking about.