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New to medical cannabis, concerned about smell on clothes

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by CaptainJaneway, Feb 29, 2016.

  1. Hi everyone,


    I'm new to this forum and still relatively new to smoking. I started last year to treat my PTSD and depression and smoke fairly small amounts: usually less than 4 hits at a time from a pipe I snuff out in between hits to avoid ambient smoke. I live alone in an apartment, so usually I smoke in my bedroom, run the ceiling fan, spray some fragrance, then shut the door, air out in the living room for 30-45 minutes, and use the Visine+perfume+brushed teeth/mints method before I go anywhere. Do you think that takes care of the evidence? To me, the smell is gone by then, but I have no 2nd opinion :) Lately, I'll sometimes take a couple hits on my lunch hour before returning to work if I'm really wigged out that day, and mainly I want to be sure no one there would notice (fwiw, no one's ever said anything to me). I live near my job, so I get a 5-minute walk in the fresh air before going inside the office. I'm probably overthinking it, but I'm shy and would hate confrontation. Thanks in advance <3


     
  2. I think you are being more than safe. You have everything under control.
     
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  3. Thanks so much, efektt; greatly appreciated! ^_^
     
  4. You sound like a responsible user. Keep it up. I am a medical user in sf bay area. Where are you at?
     
  5. Hey! And thanks. I'm in Florida, where hopefully we'll extend medical marijuana access much further this November. We failed by 3% of the vote two years ago (don't get me started...).
     

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