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Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by purplehyacinth, Dec 24, 2022.

  1. Day 7
    Everthing is alright. Pins and needles are gone completely after around 7 days.

    Got to share so that someone finds this helpful.
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  2. more info on your part, may well assist others,
    numbness, pins and needles, electric tingly sensations and discomfort experienced for several days after smoking cannabis, suggests to me accidently poisoning perhaps by a bio agent, a plant spray...?
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  3. It cannot be poisoning or additive because others did not show pins and needles sensation on consumption of the same.
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  4. it could be an allergy to something in the weed.
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