Our mission is to prove cannabis is an effective pain management solution and to eliminate opioid dependency.

We are believers and promoters of natural healing and the amazing effects of both CBD and THC based marijuana and hemp products to help people not only with pain but also help alleviate stress, anxiety, and other symptoms.

The opioid epidemic is a global problem. Big pharma companies like Purdue, Johnson & Johnson, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Mallinckrodt PLC, Amneal Pharmaceuticals Inc., Amerisource Bergen Corporation and McKesson Corporation are making billions at the expense of human lives.

 

Ironically, opioids are not particularly effective for treating chronic pain; with long-term use, people will develop a tolerance and could even become more sensitive to pain. In 2007 Purdue Pharma made a bold claim that its product OxyContin was less addictive than other opioid painkillers obviously this was untrue and a tactic to sell more drugs. This was later proven in a lawsuit against Purdue that resulted in a $635 million dollar fine. Purdue Pharma makes pain medicines: hydromorphoneoxycodonefentanylcodeine, and hydrocodone. The Sackler family who owns Purdue is worth about 13 billion! In fact, the CEO of Purdue Pharma Craig Landau makes 2.6 million a year in salary selling these dangerous pills and if that is not enough to make you sick he took a 1.5 million dollar bonus when the company was filing for bankruptcy protection after being sued. These are dangerous people. 


Our hope is that by providing the public with the information and exposing big pharma as a fraud to the public that we will help in part to save lives and put an end to this epidemic.  

ChronicJointPain.com  295 Highway 50 Stateline, NV 89449 United States

 

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