Originally Posted by angelgoob
My real question was, how do I convince someone to try this stuff?
Oh, I got it. Take a small pill. And say "you wanna get high?" Almost anyone would say "yes!"
No, but really with the stigma attached and it being illegal.
But hey what about if she told a nurse and somehow it became a legal battle and she wins! And we change our laws!
Do you think me and my friends should all visit her and me and another friend are visibly high?
I have no ideas on this.
300 mg doses of cannabis are closer to a put down than a high. They have to work up to it.
Dr Melamede came up with giving the patient 3X the oil dosage in citicolene about 20 minutes before the oil dose to mollify the psychoactive effects of the cannabis.
A 50/50% stain of THC/CBD like that Cannatonic pheno, also greatly reduces the high, with the CBD acting as an antagonist.
As far as selling the patient, no clue. We've provided oil to people who decided not to use it after discussing it with their doctor and who died, but the oil was passed on to someone who did use it and lived, calling it a miracle.
It requires a commitment to be virtually put down while building tolerance, but not so much of an effect once tolerance is built.
Chemo destroys the immune system, while cannabis boosts it so it enacts its own cure. Both have their downside during treatment.