Fibromyalgia and cannabis
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Hi, I just want to ask if someone has any idea on which marijuana strain would be very effective when it comes with fibromyalgia?
I've been suffering for almost 3 months now and mostly can't sleep properly at night. I refrain my self on taking meds coz they only last a minute or so and back again. So that's the reason I started my research on medical marijuana
I have no idea that marijuana now be use for pain management or medicine, cbd and thc are all new to me. I also read that drinking it as tea or as a muffin/cake is an option, but is relief effects the same? Why can't they simply make pills out of marijuana - or maybe there are that I am not aware of. If it's true, then I would very much appreciate any ideas and advice on what strain is good and how to use it medically. Thanks in advance to those who'll answer.
If you are suffering with fibromyalgia, you can add it to your Carenity profile. To do so, place your cursor on "GET INFORMED" in the upper part of your screen, click on "My condition". Click on the blue button "Add a condition", type the first 3-4 letters of the condition, and then choose the right one from the drop-down list that will appear. Once you've added fibromyalgia, you will get access to all the discussion groups related to it.
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I know people in the US use the Leafly app.
Xenerie, edibles have a bit less of a head high than smoking cannabis flower but also can take 1+ hour to kick in so if you try that route go slow, only eat a little and wait a couple hours. Seriously, set a timer. People make the mistake of eating more than they want to handle thinking it hasn't worked and then it hits them so hard they hate it. Everyone is different so you do need to experiment to find the right mg dosage with edibles. Low and slow is the way to go. There is a synthetic version that docters can prescribe but I don't know anyone who's even wanted to go that route if they can get it naturally.
There is a new oil available in Holland & Barrett which is extract of cannabis. I've been told it can be very good I can't remember the name right now (I will find out) but I know for sure I will be giving it a try. Maybe that is an option for people. I'd imagine it would be the same as the edibles that have been discussed as in it would be a trial and error and different for everyone but we all know that anything is worth a try.
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