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Old 08-03-2020, 03:13 PM #21
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Cleaner? Possibly, but my girl used to suffer from CHS, so what goes in and on the plants is minimal to start. Nothing but a light-ish dose of Megacrop, pH down, and calcium hypochlorite pool shock for sterility. No sprays other than water if necessary either...
But I'll admit I haven't installed the Merv13 filters over the intake vents yet. I'll have to do that, and see how different it ends up!
A+ on the filters idea... the biggest thing you'll notice is sampling someone else's cannabis after a month of high-micron filtered of your own. Wow...
I've been thinking I could have been more diplomatic with my original post. ("In Training"... lol)
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I think my lungs are just sensitive, maybe greedy at times, after years of cigarettes and weed smoke. Thankfully I quit the cigs a little over a year ago, so they just have to deal with the weed now. Once I find a good edible recipe though, I'll be slowing down the puffing too.
My lungs hacked up a lot of things the first year of no tobac, it was amazing really. Congrats and keep it up, no cravings the last 15+ years here and nothing but good stuff. Edibles are also a great idea.

I know the body will produce excess mucus to expel dust particles and other things you shouldn't breathe/swallow. In my personal experience while eating a very steady diet, the wrong oils in winter drastically (massively!!) increase nasal drip. I also notice the nose drip after some cannabis, yet only when I've eaten the wrong oils. As long as I use only olive oil (100% olive oil) in my diet, I don't get the runny nose reaction from cannabis. I only get the normal drip to combat high dust loads and such.

Make sense?
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Old 08-05-2020, 04:53 PM #23
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I'm sure I'm breathing in dust and dander I could live without... Gotta get a good filter on the furnace too!

While we do try to keep things to mainly olive oil, I know there's things in my diet that help contribute to the whole mucus thing...I still like my cheese more than I should lol...
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LPN friend of mine often states; "better out than in!" in regards to mucus. I however thought this statement not to be true. After researching, the discovery was... I am correct. We are continuously draining mucus into our stomach. Our bodies are well designed to process mucus. Even when we are ill, swallowing mucus has no harmful effects.
I would site several links but the info requires only a simple search query on the nets.
"Is it unhealthy to swallow mucus when sick?"
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