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Cannabis Suppresses Bronchitis?

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by Sativa Hangover, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. I've recently contracted some form of bronchitis, and have noticed that I don't cough nearly as much when I'm high, compared to when I'm not.

    Is it possible that smoking cannabis could actually cure bronchitis?

    How could this be so?

    It just seems preposterous that smoking can stop coughing.
  2. Cannabis is a bronchiodialater, which means it opens up the bronchi and lungs allowing more air in. It's very unlikely that it cures it but since your lungs are so open you don't notice it as much. :)

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