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Vaping recovering from ulcer

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by jsplasha, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. Could a low end vape (mflb) cause any damage to the esophagus or stomach lining?

    I had a stomach ulcer a few months back, and i feel like the vapor still burns a bit coming in, could that damage the stomach lining?
  2. I dont know whether or not vaping may damage you linings, but I do know you with the MFLB you can take a very very mild vape hit that doesn't burn on the intake.
  3. howd you know you had an ulcer before you found out?

    ie; were you smoking at the time when you had the ulcer, and did it make it worse/what

    could you make edibles? firecrackers are really simple and would be a nice high to help with pain

  4. #4 jsplasha, Aug 5, 2011
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    Good question, shouldve stated that.

    No, I was not smoking before or during my ulcer.

    I was thinking about edibles but I also have some other stomach problems, namely sensitivity and IBS, so I've been nervous about the edibles. I eat mostly bland plain stuff because anything too strong and flavorfull bothers me.
  5. #5 Storm Crow, Aug 5, 2011
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  6. #6 jsplasha, Aug 5, 2011
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    Thanks for the helpful links!

    It has been helping with the ibs and nausea side of things. Not so much on the burning side though.
    I know for SURE that smoke is painful. Joints I can do but a big bong or even torching a pipe hit sets my stomach on fire and I have burning reflux the rest of the day.
  7. Maybe you are swallowing the smoke? just breathe...
  8. #8 jsplasha, Aug 6, 2011
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    I could be.

    What do you mean by just breathe?

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