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Sharp Chest Pains After Keif?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by fantasea, May 31, 2013.

  1. Yesterday I smoked a bowl of keif (did I spell that right idk) with my friend and ever since then I've had pretty bad chest pains. 
     
    Any time I stretch or bend my torso, I get sharp pains in my chest and it almost feels like my ribcage or something. It doesn't hurt at all to breathe so I don't think it's my lungs being sore.
     
     
    It was my first time smoking keif so maybe that had something to do with it. Have any of you experienced this? I'm getting kind of worried idk I made an account here just to post this cuz I couldn't find any answers online.

     
  2. Hi,
    I don't thing your lungs can be sore. Lungs do not have nerves in their tissue. When people cough it is when something irritates their bronchial passages or when lung passages are coved with tar, sit, dust people get asthmatic symptoms.
    These asthmatic symptoms cause people to flex their rib cage and muscles around ribs to breathe "harder" so to speak. This effort can often cause pain around the chest similarly how intense coughing can cause pain afterward. If you said pain is sharp it is more likely that it is one of many muscles.

    About Kief. It is I portent that your pipe at least had some kind of filter so you would avoid inhaling raw kief. Was it a ball or powder form? It is very possible a bunch of it covered the lungs and it causes difficulty breathing, but it should go away in few days.
    I once inhaled industrial dust called "diatomaceous earth" ( by accident, no one. Inhales it on purpose) well it can make anyone's chest hurt. It is micro ground skeletons of water diatomes. As powder it kills all insects who come into touch with it because it gets stuck in the insects exoskeleton and literally grinds the insects joints to death. That was horrid. But kief, being plant matter should be dissolved on lungs surface fast.
     
  3. Costocondritis probably look it up. You can get it from coughing if you strain a chest wall or rib cage muscle

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