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Old 11-21-2018, 04:24 AM #1
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straight from a pyschatrists mouth: sativa is bad for antipsychotics users

you heard it from Larry, I switched from indica from sativa from a heavy antipsychotic regime and I feel so much better

this doctor works with a medicare insured company and sadly I cannot give out any names or relevant info

I may not be as creative as I can normally be, I'm more sedated but I can think clearer and im less paranoid

I can also help tune out voices better

after this crop of auto bubblegum im growing nothing but indica, leaving the sativa for special occasion

the best I can imagine would be a 20/80 sativa indica with a lot of cbd for me, so ill be hitting the seeds

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Old 11-21-2018, 04:37 AM #2
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I'm definitely happy for you, that things are going better, but I've gotta wonder about the doctor's perspective. Offhand I would have to think it isn't based off hard data (not too many studies on that topic that I'm aware of), but if it works, it works!
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you heard it from Larry, I switched from indica from sativa from a heavy antipsychotic regime and I feel so much better

this doctor works with a medicare insured company and sadly I cannot give out any names or relevant info

I may not be as creative as I can normally be, I'm more sedated but I can think clearer and im less paranoid
I have 3 Sativas in this year's harvest and one Indica. The Indica has a fair amount of Sativa in its ancestry.

The Indica is definitely the one for me, this year. Blueberry Headband x Blue Widow x Silver Kush magic.

When I tried smoking the first Sativa, it was too much. Plenty of head buzz but no body relaxation.

I've never met anybody who didn't like Romulan (Indica, Federation, 2004 vintage).

There are some Indica's that just "tick all the boxes" and have a relaxing body feel but still make you want to do stuff, like go to the beach.
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Indica or hashplants I think can have a quality of more resin production. This might offset the perception of sativa since it isn't easy to compare 8-9% to 20% thc. As far as their effect, I'm not sure if this is saying for current takers of pills to combine with or replace?
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I'm definitely happy for you, that things are going better, but I've gotta wonder about the doctor's perspective. Offhand I would have to think it isn't based off hard data (not too many studies on that topic that I'm aware of), but if it works, it works!
thx yard grazer, my psych is pretty cool, he rx's me benzos and that's been working out well, works well with sativa but produces a more "mellow" feeling with indica for about an hour

I think indica works better then sativa because most of the research done for these conventional pills were done using samples of 70's-80's bud, then pills were mass produced, and stored for later sale

zyprexa for example interacts with indica so well. I remember switching from sativa to indica when I was on zyprexa, once the sativa was out of my system, the indica made me lazy, but productive kind of
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I have 3 Sativas in this year's harvest and one Indica. The Indica has a fair amount of Sativa in its ancestry.

The Indica is definitely the one for me, this year. Blueberry Headband x Blue Widow x Silver Kush magic.

When I tried smoking the first Sativa, it was too much. Plenty of head buzz but no body relaxation.

I've never met anybody who didn't like Romulan (Indica, Federation, 2004 vintage).

There are some Indica's that just "tick all the boxes" and have a relaxing body feel but still make you want to do stuff, like go to the beach.
I sadly have 2 purple haze plants from ace, germed at 2 weeks, that are going outside, both bug free and in roto rooter plugs, one is so vigorous its reaching up from the seedling pods to the led lights, the other one is wilting. when I get some time I have to transplant something and come up with a mother plant, maybe score a clone from a club
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Indica or hashplants I think can have a quality of more resin production. This might offset the perception of sativa since it isn't easy to compare 8-9% to 20% thc. As far as their effect, I'm not sure if this is saying for current takers of pills to combine with or replace?
combine, don't go off your pills unless your doctor recommends, I have no clue how these pills work but haldol, zyprexa, depakote, and geode are industrial quality pills, they'll screw with your head unless a doctor can fix it, especially on pills and sometimes street marijuana

if you're really in need of marijuana mental health help, you're going to have to play a game of "is this person really qualified?" with your cash
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Man, i have been to a number of shrinks over the past few months, finding a competent person is real hard. So far my primary care doc has shown herself to be better versed than they are.
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thx yard grazer, my psych is pretty cool, he rx's me benzos and that's been working out well, works well with sativa but produces a more "mellow" feeling with indica for about an hour

I think indica works better then sativa because most of the research done for these conventional pills were done using samples of 70's-80's bud, then pills were mass produced, and stored for later sale

zyprexa for example interacts with indica so well. I remember switching from sativa to indica when I was on zyprexa, once the sativa was out of my system, the indica made me lazy, but productive kind of
Thats great that you are feeling better.

becareful with benzos, they cause severe physiological dependence and the withdrawl can make anyone experience psychotic symptoms.

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Not to mention how dangerous benzos can be if you drink alcohol with 'em. They're a lot of risks associated with longterm benzo use.
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