Can Marijuana Cause Or Aggravate An Ear Infection Or Cause Pressure In The Inner Ear?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
How, I am unsure.  Lots of tripe on the net, little empirical proof.
After 15 years of heavy smoking, mine started up.
Tinnitus, pressure, vertigo.  ENT and Ear specialists have given me tons of steroids and diuretics, all without effect.
'What the hell' I thought, and stopped smoking for a week.
Gone, all gone.  Other minor issues of withdrawal, but complete reversal of symptoms.
Too bad.  Smoking just isn't worth it anymore.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
It might make it more sensitive or it might make you bad trip, otherwise I don't think so.
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Moe H. answered
I don't know but it will for sure cause death

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