It looks as though these posts are pretty darn old, however, I have had something not too dissimilar quite recently which I'd like some advice regarding, and fingers crossed there are still a few pro stoners trolling around the place!
So I have been smoking weed since I was 13 (I'm 20 this year), and about a week ago I got an ounce from a friend's dad who had grown it 100% naturally in his backyard with no added chemicals. The same night I smoked it for the first time, I put on some Mosquito Repellent and within hours I had developed an itch, which has since progressed (over the course of a week) in severity and has also turned into a rash. It started on my upper arms then worked their way downwards, to my forearms, chest, stomach, thighs, and now it's beginning to spread to my legs
I have never had a single allergic reaction in my life, let alone from marijuana. And after smoking consistently, day after day, for almost 7 years, one would think that I would have experienced a reaction by now considering the multitude of different strands, types, etc., that I would have been exposed to.
Thing is, I also recently switched washing powder which may be a possible culprit, as well as the mosquito repellent. I know I should just cut all of the above out of my everyday routines for a while to narrow down the root cause but if someone can tell me that it's impossible to develop an allergic reaction to weed after smoking for years, and save me having to stop smoking my beloved buds, then I'd be a very happy girl.
So in short, does anyone know FOR SURE if it is possible to develop a rash/itchiness (it's not blistering or bloody though, just raised and severely itchy and irritated) after contact with a long-exposed stimulus?