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Got 12 stitches in my ear

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by taiboyd, Nov 10, 2014.

  1. #1 taiboyd, Nov 10, 2014
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    Hey guys,

    I recently got a bottle smashed over my ear requiring 12 stitches.  Anyone have any ideas on medical strains to help me cope with the pain.

    Much appreciated

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  2. high cbd, low thc strains. Easy to google
  3. any indica prolly
  4. any indica strain will help.... I am not on the low thc band wagon
  5. #5 IBALL904, Nov 10, 2014
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    You got in a bar fight?

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  6. Damn man that's horrible. My cousin was mugged on the subway in NYC with broken glass bottles. The scum stabbed him twice. I hope you're doing ok. 
    I'm not sure which strain to suggest but a heavy indica will ease the pain. 
  7. Weed woulden't really help if the pain is too much to handle.I would go with alcohol.
  8. Any indica-dominant strain, or at least a topshelf quality hybrid if no good indica batches are to be found in your current situation. My point is to medicate with the highest quality/potency of whatever indica-dom strains ends up being available, not by any specific strain name in particular.

    While I agree that intense pain is only properly managed by drugs other than cannabis, those options should be thoroughly discussed with their doctor, who for a major injury would be likely to prescribe something to help out. Self medicating with alcohol is never a good idea, it makes it too damn risky as far as catching a habit.

    According to one medical professional I've spoken to, using 1000mg Tylenol every 6 hours for 2-3 days then switching to an NSAID like 400mg naproxen once a day for 7 days is best after recovering from a head injury. Using opioid painkillers while recovering from head injuries is dangerous due to the risk of respiratory depression caused by the increased intracranial pressure.
  9. Thanks for everyone's answers I stepped for my sister as a couple guys were threatening her. I've been trying some Indica strains helped a lot with the pain. Also ditched the painkillers so I think that's a plus

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