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Having weird reactions to marijuana consumption. Please help!

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by fatpepperoni, Oct 17, 2022.

  1. Hello, i'm 21, new to weed (started this March lol) and everytime I've tried weed I have a terrible reaction. The first couple of times I tried smoking with a glass pipe, and got so sick I nearly threw up. I thought maybe it was the smoke causing the nausea, so I switched to pens. Pens still had the same effect, so I switched to edibles and I still get the same reaction.

    It always begins with my throat feeling tight, like its closing up, which then leads to nausea, lightheaded and dizziness, sweating, and my heart will be racing. Each experience makes me want to smoke weed less and less because I get so scared.

    I'm kinda suspecting an allergic reaction or something? I've tried searching up my problems but get mixed results.
    Please help if you can!
     
  2. Ask a doctor. Non of that sounds like a desired or good reaction.
     
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  3. Sounds like You may be having a Whitey.
    Also called greening out.

    It comes from smoking too much at once.
    Try smoking less. Just one toke, and see
    how it affects You. If that works, You can
    increase Your dose until it happens again,
    and then You know Your maximum dose.

    Could also be CHS as said above. That's
    becoming more common with the strong
    Cannabis You can get nowadays.

    Again, try smoking less and see if that helps.
     
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  4. Stop....... for fucks sakes ..... If you take something and it makes you sick STOP TAKING IT :confused:
     
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  5. Hon, cannabis is not for everyone! If you are getting that sort of a reaction, you should quit!

    However, if you do try it again and feel nauseous, try a HOT shower! If it is cannabinoid hyperemesis, you should feel relief of you nausea and other symptoms. The only cure for cannabinoid hyperemesis is quitting cannabis. Sorry!

    If it is an allergy (yes, it happens) the shower won't help.


    Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome can be relieved by hot showers. (Denmark) (abst – 2021) [Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndromecan be relieved by hot showers] - PubMed

    Granny :wave:
     
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  6. Thanks everyone for the comments! I keep trying because I suffer from chronic pain and generalized anxiety disorder so I was really hoping weed would help with that.
     
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  7. #8 Storm Crow, Oct 17, 2022
    Last edited: Oct 18, 2022
    Even if cannabis doesn't agree with you, you need to start taking Omega 3! Most people don't get enough anti-inflammatory Omega 3 in their diet and get WAY too much pro-inflammatory Omega 6. This is because most cooking oils are Omega 6 oils and lack Omega 3. We do need both Omegas. Our bodies can't make them and the ideal balance is about 3 or 4 parts Omega 6 to 1 part Omega 3. Our bodies change much of the Omega 6 into vital compounds, and the remainder is supposed to balance that 1 part of Omega 3.

    BUT here's the problem- the average person eating a "western diet" has about 16 parts Omega 6 to 1 Omega 3 in their bodies! And bodily ratios of 50 to 1 have been documented! :eek2: The action of Omega 3 on pain has been documented for years!

    Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) as an anti-inflammatory: an alternative to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for discogenic pain. (2006) Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) as an anti-inflammatory: an alternative to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for discogenic pain - PubMed

    "Fifty-nine percent discontinued to take their prescription NSAID medications for pain. Sixty percent stated that their overall pain was improved, and 60% stated that their joint pain had improved. Eighty percent stated they were satisfied with their improvement, and 88% stated they would continue to take the fish oil."

    Anxiety is a stress response that has gotten out of hand.

    Quality of Life and a Surveillant Endocannabinoid System. (Brazil) (full – 2021) Quality of Life and a Surveillant Endocannabinoid System

    “The recommended n-6/n-3 ratio for optimal eCB production is 4:1 ..... Thus, dietary supplementation with popular food sources of n-3 such as fish (mackerel, salmon, seabass, and sardines), seaweed, edamame, hemp, chia, and flax seeds, are suggested as a part of a balanced lifestyle. Additionally, the anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and hypotriglyceridemic effects of these fatty acids and derived n-3 endocannabinoids are also involved in reproduction control and in the stress response which reinforce actions which are co-preventative and co-therapeutic in the management of several diseases.”


    Nutritional omega-3 deficiency abolishes endocannabinoid-mediated neuronal functions. (full – 2011) https://www.inmed.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/17878.pdf
    "Finally, the dietary-induced reduction of CB(1)R functions in mood-controlling structures was associated with impaired emotional behavior. These findings identify a plausible synaptic substrate for the behavioral alterations caused by the n-3 PUFAs deficiency that is often observed in western diets.”

    (^This is one study all of you should read - or at least, read the abstract! It explains that you can't properly hook up the CB1 receptors that cannabis activates without some Omega 3 and this affects our mental (and physical) health, as well as our ability to get high! It takes a month or so to replace all those defective receptors, so don't expect Omega 3 to be a quick way to get higher and healthier.)

    I imagine that with anxiety, that your sleep also suffers- Omega 3 helps with that, too! :goodnight:

    Study Says Omega-3 Supplements Improve Sleep in People With Low Fish Consumption
    https://www.nutraingredients.com/Ar...ight&utm_medium=OnSite&utm_campaign=copyright

    Most folks do better on fish oil capsules than flax seed oil capsules. This is because flax seed has the "plant form" of Omega 3 and our bodies have to change it into the "animal form" of Omega 3 and we humans just aren't that efficient about changing the plant Omega 3s. :coolalt: So if you are a vegan, you need more capsules for the same result. Many Omega 3 studies are done with 2 to 6 grams of Omega 3 per day, and that dose is considered safe for most people (folks with any sort of blood disorders should talk to their doctors before starting Omega 3).

    Studies have found that Omega 3 seems to slow aging! I usually take 4 grams of Omega 3 per day and I feel about 20 years younger than my age of 75 years. Most folks say I look younger, too! :ladiegaga:You can judge for yourself. Here's a link to an article that has a photo of me in 2020 - Higher Profile: Granny Storm Crow, Grass Roots Advocate

    Hope that helps,

    Granny :wave:


     
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  8. Thank you so much for the help. I'll try giving Omega 3 a try. You're awesome!:D
     
  9. Cannabis is a vasodilator, it lowers the blood pressure so the heart rate increases.

    Red eye is vasodilation (low blood pressure), red eye with alcohol causes vasoconstriction (high blood pressure).

    Cannabis can make you feel cold because of this drop in blood pressure, can cause light headedness, nausea and disorientation when trying to move around and function.

    Things that cannabis does

    1.Vasodilator increasing heart rate lowering blood pressure.

    2. THC overwhelms your receptors attaching to them and interfering with your normal endocannabinoids throughout the brain and body.

    3. Cannabis partially shrinks the brain which creates higher neural connectivity (enhanced creativity etc.), but this is not normal for you to do this to your brain constantly.

    4. Constant cannabis use effects the brains frontal lobe with significantly lower values in the cannabis subjects compared to normal cannabis free individuals.

    5. Making yourself hungry, relaxed, tired, happy, watching things, finding things interesting that you have no interest in, is not normal.

    6. Cannabis is a powerful sleeping medication and should not be underestimated with the dependency many people have for it after long use.

    Cannabis unlike many other substances is very underrated, it does dramatically affect the user and in my opinion should NOT be objectified for sale etc. Decriminalised YES, but not objectified.

    I personally would question WHY are you using medication, what`s wrong mentally, what`s the need, what`s the reason.

    Many people are using cannabis merely because its been "legalized" and has this persona attached to it.

    As for health body and mind i`ll break it down for you very simply.

    1. All "disease" is anaerobic (acidic body / low oxygen). NO PATHOGEN lives in an alkaline oxygen rich environment.

    2. The best way to make you brain feel happy and crystal clear energy is to juice raw veg (carrots, cucumber, celery, spinach etc).

    3. On you tube you will find relaxing deep sleep ambient music, theta, beta, alpha, delta sound that directly rewire the brains frequency path, and depending on which it is can make you happy or very sleepy. Always use decent HEADPHONES, not speakers.

    The Egyptians used sound frequency acoustic rooms to heal sickness in the body with powerful vibrations that eradicate disease by passing high amounts of sound through the body at the correct frequency. Everything resonates at a certain frequency, happiness to sadness.

    Dont eat animal products or granulated sugar, cancer is a glucose metaboliser (sugar feeder).

    Buy raw honey instead bulk, or xylitol, organic maple syrup, natural fructose etc.

    Change your salt to sea salt.

    Table salt is processed bleached chemically cleaned, heated to 1200 degrees and is poison for your blood.

    And finally the retard above you called "stormcrow" doesn`t know anything, especially the comment about the shower.

    Hot water causes inflammation, opens pores, causes sagginess, depression, retains fat, drains the body of energy and acidifies the body.

    Cold water closes pores, tightens skin, increases energy, alkalines the body, reduces inflammation, burns white fat, rejuvenates the immune and nervous system, retains hair oils.

    Wash with hot water, but always finish by immersing the body in cold water, and washing your head with cold water.

    European countries that do cold water immersion live 10 years longer than those who bath in warm springs like in America. Hot water is not natural is man made.

    And buy FL-41 blue light glasses, they stop almost all blue light (which is man man) from getting into your eyes which causes bad headaches and depression in the brain, and eye degeneration.

    Blue light glasses, yellow, amber and red all work.

    But you cant see shit through the dark ones, and the lens colour tone will make people feel sick.

    FL-41 glasses anytime you are in front of LED lights.

    Also get fluoride free toothpaste, organic olive oil or shea butter pure soap (or make it yourself its easy), organic shampoo

    Buy a big berkey filtration system with the black filters.

    You have on average 250 chemicals in your water supply, some of those are neuroleptics, antibiotics, metals etc. And 100 more contaminants picked up in the pipe.

    Black carbon filters last up to 11 years, give them a prime every 2 months.

    In regards to cannabis, its better to not use it, keep the body clean and free from all medications.

    There you go.
     
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  10. #11 danielmeyers, Oct 23, 2022
    Last edited: Oct 31, 2022
    I completely agree with you.

    I would also like to add that because cannabis is a vasodilator, as you wrote, it is a sure path to heart rhythm disorders. The harms of marijuana for men are especially evident after the age of 35, when the risk of heart attack or coronary heart disease increases. And if an occasional puff can improve mood, the strain on the heart muscle of men can be a serious reason for hospitalization and long treatment of cardiovascular system disorders.

    Regular cannabis use, more than once a week, can have a serious effect on a man's potency.

    But scientists from Canada have proven that marijuana smoke is 20 times more ammonia than cigarette smoke. The consequences of regular cannabis smoking have been linked to the frequent occurrence of pulmonary and bronchial obstruction.

    In other words, marijuana in normal life is an addiction that is unhealthy and requires treatment.

    I would like to add that this is just my opinion
     
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  11. Your body is trying to tell you something, please listen.
     
  12. Lol.
     
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  13. @danielmeyers @KILLMENOW
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    hmmm...

    :eek:

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    um... if you are worried about your heart...
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    seems like a lot of young soccer players (and other athletes) must have been using cannabis too much (?!)
     
  14. #15 trojangrower, Oct 23, 2022
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2022
    What an ignorant statement. Granny StormCrow is one of the world's biggest contributors to the knowledge of cannabis.

    for the record:
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    you know where I found that? From Granny StormCrow's (1400+ pages) 2021 List (thank you again StormCrow).
     

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