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Old 08-11-2016, 04:35 PM #31
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We should also look at the right terpenoids, for example what is good for armedoldhippy, lots of pinenes that protect the bones, is bad for oldchuck, who wants terpenoids that lower motility like linalool, not that cause adverse events like pinene.
The soon we look beyond cannabinoids we will be able to see it's pinene, typically the second terpene in high CBD strains, that causes so many adverse events and it's linalool most of all that decreases seizures.
Bubble do you have a reference for that? I'd like to look it up.
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Old 08-11-2016, 05:17 PM #32
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it works on nausea for me 100%...whether just ill or from drinkin

also greatly lowers stress; noticeably lowers to calming levels

i don't have other medical conditions to speak of its use, but i am a firm believer that the Endocannabinoid system has a lot to do with our homeostasis.
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Old 08-11-2016, 05:55 PM #33
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Yeah I just want to add that it is a miracle for IBS. I suffered from painful digestion for most of my life, went to lots of doctors, didn't really figure out much, and my body just didn't react well. I'd carry tums in my pocket an eat them like candy to try and aid the pain, but it didn't do much. Then I started smoking cuz my friends in high school did, and the pain disappeared. I haven't stopped smoking, and the pain has subsided. Some days I'll have a slight flare in pain, and certain strains keep the pain more thoroughly managed, but I've experienced good 80% reduction in the instances of stomach distress. And when those painful episodes do occur, I can smoke and be assured that the pain will disappear in about 20 minutes. I know it is simply my story, not any sort of study validated by an institution, but cannabis has made my life better.
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:11 PM #34
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it works on nausea for me 100%...whether just ill or from drinkin
I've used cannabis for 30+ years and always had problems with nausea and reading in cars.

Ya know, I've been on moderate CBD strains for about a year now, I can read a full book in a moving car, zero nausea!
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the science for cannabis as a medicine is involved with the bodies endocannabinoid system. this 5 bil year old evolved system regulates homeostasis of your cells. there is lipid fat coating for signalling at the cell wall via the phosholipid bilayer and cannabinoids either endogenous ones created naturally or phyto derived cannabinoids from cannabis enter or exit the cell and carry crystalline molecular structures ( THC/CBD). so the simplistic version- lipid fat with crystalline molecular structures are the medicine for our bods to use and maintain homeostasis...
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Marijuana as the medicine is not a new thing, It is being used for decades. It can cure cancer and not mention can take an alternative form of painkillers.
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Natural hi brix weed is medicine. The hydroponic shit that has no detectable weed aroma and tastes like plastic, is not.

Sorry to hurt a bunch of feelings (not really) but the difference is night and day.

I saw somone curing tooth aches with weed on page one. I have some shit right now that will make every tooth in your head feel like it's about to fall out. And a headache to match. Literally, night and day. I even spent a year smoking just organic soil bud, and toughed through the next year of smoking nothing but hydroponic purchased from dispensaries,. tracking my well being along the way. I had to stop smoking for weeks at a time, I'm not convinced the shit isn't literal poison to the human body. The photos are proof. You'd think the shit was killing a healthy person, looking at the pics. I was accident prone, anti social, un motivated, lost my balance, forgot half what I know, and quite frankly I felt like it was killing me,and absolutely hated smoking the shit just to try and clear the side effects of last night's toke (clogged throat, headache, jacked up sinuses, drowsy feeling)

Straight up: synthetic, iv bag, steroid injected 3d printed weed is just like Marlborough cigarettes. Not natural, not even a plant product when you synthesize it with chemicals instead of growing it [in soil] (yes the cell structure of a synthesized plant differs from a grown plant, its literally a fake plant)
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Natural hi brix weed is medicine. The hydroponic shit that has no detectable weed aroma and tastes like plastic, is not.
On the other hand, the superior quality hydro cannabis I grow is off the charts with flavor and aroma, without any dirt flavor to it. Nothing but complex and satisfying flavor and aromas... truly amazing. It generally takes me a bowl or two (or three) to get the same medicinal content I get from a tiny batload of what I grow. Same genetics, different growers, vastly superior quality from my hydro garden.

It's a night and day difference when you finally come across superior hydro quality. (I'm trying to teach more growers, it's just an uphill battle so far. lol)
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Do you guys prefer smoking or vaping for pain? Do you think theres a big difference? Its been a year since I stopped combusting and I kinda feel like a joint sometimes.
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