If I'm up to it, I'll smoke one a day. But sometimes I take the capsules to help me sleep. Both really help my Meniere's disease.
How many weed/marijuana cigarettes do you smoke daily for your health? Is it helping you? I've never smoked weed/marijuana.
I know someone who is a "chimney" so to speak and it helps him with his chronic (no pun intended) back pain.
No weed for me. It is still illegal in texas
I don't smoke weed.
I've never smoked anything .. And am going to keep it that way.
I never touch the stuff. However, if it can cure crazy, I'd be all for it.
I know a few who have prescriptions. They say it helps a lot. They have chronic diseases, and were looking for relief. They took pills for their symptoms but found that marijuana had less side effects than pills. They smoke a few times a day. The equivalent of one or two marijuana cigarettes a day.
I can't smoke marijuana due to drug testing. However, I have migraines frequently, the medication that I take rarely works and I have them for days at a time....so, if smoking a joint would ease my pain....and I actually could...I'd try it!
If you truly need it for medicinal purposes ... Capsules generally provide better relief, as the "drug" is more concentrated.
I have a friend with numerous physical ailments, and has lived the last 30+ years in constant pain. She describes it as 11 on the scale of 1-to-10. She grudgingly started taking the capsules a month ago - and now describes her constant pain as a level 1 or 2. Unfortunately, the capsules are not covered by insurance (yet) and though they only cost $48 for a couple weeks' worth - that's a major cost for her, since her ailments prevent her from getting a job.
I haven't smoked in about 20 years. After I had surgery I no longer needed it. I had fibroids that caused severe cramps. My doctor even said he didn't know how could I stand up as I should have been doubled over in pain.