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Posted 20 April 2011 - 04:04 PM
I respond well to THC so I am going to replace the nabilone with all my other medication to keep me from being sick all the time (Prednisolon, Metoclopramide, Ketotifen, Omeprazol).
I used to toke up with my normal medication to be able to eat better, but it did reduce my tolerance a LOT for smoking weed.
I am just curious if anyone here has had Dronabinol or Nabilone or whatever other sythetic THC there is out there and if you want share your story on what it has done for you.
Posted 20 April 2011 - 07:26 PM
Posted 21 April 2011 - 08:38 AM
But throughout the week I really feel rather miserable.
I've been sick for as long as I can remember and even before that.
I am going to try it though and I will let you guys know how that works out.
Unfortunately the doctor who should give me the prescription is on vacation so I'll have to wait a few days.
Ahh well, I've got enough in my stash jar to last me that long, seeming I dont have to take so much due to the Prednisolon to rid myself of the nausea for a few hours.
Posted 23 April 2011 - 05:10 PM
Have you tried working on developing an eatables protocol for weekday use? Hard candies, Cannacaps, Tincture...All are used with varing degrees of success for chronic nausea. The synthetic cannabinoid are going to do more to impair your function than the actual plant extracts, if that is an issue.
Many chronic nausea patients like ginger infused hard candies-if they do not have these at your dispensary, and you're not a good cook, you can actually just microwave ginger chews till soft, stir in hash oil, and form them into balls when they start to cool.
I'll definately try this. Thanks a lot
Posted 23 April 2011 - 07:17 PM
THC alone is not as effective as herbal cannabis and its extracts, in fact it could be quite dangerous as pure THC can trigger psychotic episodes (it's thought that CBD and other cannabinoids mitigate this effect in herbal cannabis). We really need to keep cannabis-based medicine out of Big Pharma. It would be nice to have a small firm produce standardized tinctures of cannabis in alcohol based on the condition it is meant to treat.
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