Appetite Enhancement by Anonymous

In March of 2002, I was in a head-on collision with a drunk driver. There were four of us in the car, and we all escaped alive (with severe injuries) because of our large vehicle. The driver of the other car wasn't so lucky. He died right upon impact. My injuries included ripped intestines (because of the seatbelt), a broken back, and a broken collar bone. My boyfriend at the time had the same intestinal damage. However, his was more severe because his seat ripped off and flung forward, causing more pressure from the seatbelt to his stomach. I'm missing four feet of my small intestines and who knows how much he's missing. When he came home from the hospital after his surgery he could not eat. However, when he was smoking marijuana it gave him enough appetite to eat something. Food was greatly needed, seeing as how he was hooked up to a tube for a week and receiving nutrition that way. I know that if it wasn't for marijuana, he would never have an appetite.