Effects of smoking kush

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Avatar m tn Other than the headaches you Must feel better overall. Hope so. ' I am a member of the Smoking Addiction forum and over there we use a site for support called whyquit.com. This site might help you to understand what you're going through with the smoking quit. It's very helpful. I am going to also say your headaches probably have a lot to do with the pot too.
1312898 tn?1314571733 Sativas (like Durga Mata) are often characterized as uplifting and energetic . The effects of a sativa marijuana are mostly cerebral. They give a feeling of optimism and well being, as well as providing a good measure of pain relief for certain symptoms. You can try various hybrids since some strains work better for some people. At least that is what seems to work for me. Again, I smoke before bed. My job requires me to be sharp during the day.
1684282 tn?1505701570 feature=related Since the original procedure was used on addicted soldiers in Israeli army, it has been gradually perfected by new medications that have since been approved by FDA to help control the effects of the withdrawal. The detoxification drug treatment procedure involves administering intravenous medications that remove opiates from the opioid receptors while the patient is sedated. The detox is done under anesthesia to avoid extreme discomfort and pain from opioid withdrawal symptoms.
363110 tn?1340924019 Personally I don't want my baby doing drugs, and the way I see it, the few months of nausea (and trust me, I had hyperemesis gravidarum so I know how miserable it is!!) is better than watching my child have a lifetime of health problems. Yes, effects of marijuana on babies is inconclusive, but why take the chance?? It's 9 months out of a lifetime - not even a drop in the bucket. Being sick for a few months is hardly a sacrifice in my mind, for the blessing and joy of having a child.
Avatar m tn which is today, i woke up feeling fine... and was googling side effects of the medicine and found so many negative effects and started to freak out...ive been feeling like a zombie, like my brain is dead and that i was just born today... the past is a blur and i see no future for myself only doom and life in a mental hospital....
7522862 tn?1396949021 Brain damage from possible upper respiratory infection, ear infection (leading to meningitis or encephalitis), wisdom teeth infection, B12 deficiency/Pernicious Anemia (already present GI Tract Problems), Heavy Metal Poisoning (from smoking metal shavings out of a pipe). I also have a history of drug abuse. My past drug abuse in order includes: Generic allergy pills (I took 16 of them twice two years ago!
1855076 tn?1337118903 I'm writing this in the hopes it may help someone & they can avoid going through what we've gone through. My 17-y/o son smokes pot. It's something I was very upset by & had argued about. My son is he is very honest & respectful. If I ask him something, he will answer honestly. And when he answered yes to my question of "Were you smoking?" he would answer yes despite knowing there would be some consequence.
Avatar f tn We have been researching about things to help with symptoms from tx, we have came across several articles about the use of cannibas to help treat the side effects. My question is tho, if you have cirrhosis then will that harm your liver even more? We can't ask our dr as its illegal here so I would only get a bias answer. He would not be a daily smoker. I just want to do everything I can to help him be as comfortable as he possibly can be while going thru tx.
29837 tn?1414538248 I'm kind of curious as to how smoking pot helps with tx. I've been on here on here awhile and notice that some folks recommend pot but those same folks condemn alcohol. Is smoking ok for the liver? I guess that I'm jealous, cause I have to do random tests at work.... but seriously, is smoking ok? Are there other recreational drugs that are ok for someone with HCV?
Avatar n tn Just adding my 2 cents to the debate. In my personal experience, weed as been the most useful aid through all my anxiety problems. I've smoked daily for the past 10 years, and never had a panic attack b/c of smoking, but I am also of the strong opinion that "WEED IS NOT FOR EVERYONE". My anxiety and stress always triggers stomach problems first. I get sick to my stomach real easy, and that normally makes me feel like crap and I lose my appetite completely.