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Old 08-13-2018, 05:47 PM #11
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I'm looking for suggestions on strains, methods of consumption and basically anyone that wants to add their 2p
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Check out the Chronic Pain Club here on IC, there is a list of strains personally recommended by a fellow MS sufferer and I hope it is of some use to you.

May I also take this opportunity to invite you to the club, your contributions (especially in regards to your hunt for meds) would be much appreciated. The link is at the bottom of my post.

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Old 08-13-2018, 06:04 PM #12
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I go with frozen quickwash and a citric acid extraction. There is a user by the name of badkittysmiles who explained how it is done. It is simple, and easy, done at room temperatures with no smell and one is left with a very nice 'base', which can be easily added to anything. best wishes for positive results.

Here is a link on the process.

https://cannapedia.me/Citric+Acid+Extraction

I have saved the page as PDF, sounds really good.
I use cold filter with Haze for a very nice paste
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I have recently accomplished 26 years old, and I did not think that at this age I will begin to experience severe memory-related problems. At first, I did not attach much importance to this, but as my condition continued to worsen, I became really concerned about it all. I went to my doctor, and I was prescribed Tecfidera and Ocrevus (those are the pills that deal with sclerosis) ultimately. There was no effect whatsoever, to say the least. I think that ya'll have gotten by now that I tried treating this disease with medical CBD, which in its turn brought only positive results. I'd say, when in doubt - read and think for yourself.
Here's some food for thought, lads and lasses:
https://tonusjournal.com/brain-healt...brain-booster/
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Old 10-07-2018, 08:12 AM #14
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Brother has early onset MS. He has very little to no symptoms. Praying for him. God is with us!



What is the dosage needed for early onset multiple sclerosis? High dosage or low/med dosage? Should the patient maintain the effect, or is a couple times a day enough to have a benefit?


Just got him some fresh medicine this afternoon!

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I currently have 2 MS patients I'm a caregiver for. Both use edibles. Per 1 stick butter or 1/3rd cup oil, .75g cbd wax and 1.0g thc wax (non cbd strains mixed). Both use the same tek. BOTH have dropped 5 prescription drugs from their daily routine. BOTH are able to sleep fully at night +8hrs, BOTH are able to do daily tasks with ease compared to before. BOTH make mini muffins, and eat 3 mini muffins daily.
How much high CBD bud, with THC, would I need to make something similar ?

Sounds like a real effective medicine.
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