Marijuana for Pain & Neuropathy



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  3. Thank you Dr Mohammedali for sharing I have a pinch nerve it’s so painful I have tingling on my left leg the neurologist gave me gabapintin and so many different pain killers now am going to a chiropractor it help the same day and then the next day the pain comes back pls help me what I should use or do thank you .

  4. I've been a recreational user since I was 16. I'm 40 now. I usually smoke about once per week on average. Almost always at night. This week I started using it for c7 disc herniation pain and inflammation. I'm ASTOUNDED at how well it works within just 15 minutes. I've been living on flexeril (muscle relaxer) and norcos for a week and I dont want to go down that road. I'm getting a steroid injection soon but in the meantime, no more prescription drugs for me. It really is amazing what marijuana is capable of.

  5. I have had neuropathy for over 20 years. I've tried all the usual suspects (Gabapentin, etc.). I have been using cannabis and it really does work. It reduces the overall pain in my body well and although I still have tingling in my feet, it doesn't bother me as much. My issue is that I have almost 40 years of being sober and I struggle with the addiction component of using this drug. I will say that the cannabis that I've been able to procure (both in legal states and non legal) has been high in THC. I am really trying to find how to get products like Ripple Relief with has .5 mg of THC which is low or perhaps, and even lower THC/ high CBD product.

  6. Many thanks, I have been researching "what causes my feet to tingle?" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of – Renogan Uncomplicated Remedy – (search on google ) ? It is an awesome one of a kind guide for discovering how to eradicate diabetic nerve pain and neuropathy without the normal expense. Ive heard some amazing things about it and my neighbour got great results with it.

  7. Excellent video content! Apologies for the intrusion, I am interested in your thoughts. Have you tried – Zeyames Wonliver Breakthrough (search on google)? It is a great exclusive product for discovering the simple way to end diabetic nerve pain and neuropathy minus the hard work. Ive heard some super things about it and my close friend Aubrey got excellent success with it.

  8. I'm 54 and have developed non-diabetic related peripheral neuropathy in my feet over the last 5 years which I would describe as moderate to moderately severe. I have gone through all of the "standard" treatments along with numerous homeopathic treatments, with some of these various treatments having side effects I wouldn't wish on anyone. Once Oklahoma legalized medicinal marijuana, I got my card and ventured into edibles, tinctures and finally flower. I can take one bong hit and within literally seconds, the pain is not gone but dialed down to such an extent that I can almost imagine it's not there. It will never cure the numbness caused by the nerve damage but having even a few hours of relief and feeling normal has so greatly improved my quality of life. I continue to experiment with different strains and methods of intake as I am working to get off Gabapentin which I take during the day when working. So thankful for all of the research that continues to happen.

  9. The state of Florida has said marijuana has no effect on pain and pain medicine are just seeking to get high.
    please someone help me I don't want to go back to the pills I just got off the pills.
    please someone hel…
    Well that was months ago and that didn't pass because there were enough voices in scientific fields stating that marijuana is good for pain. Dr Sanjay Gupta posted another report on cannabis and pain management and some perfectly timed other reports were publicized by different sources around the world so those restrictions did not pass in Florida and legitimate medical access has advanced slightly over the past year in Florida.

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