AlexanderHamilton

370d

Who has tried cannabis and what did it do did it help at all with any symptoms?

Anxiety (Including GAD)

Chronic Pain

Fibromyalgia (FM)

Generalized pain

Chronic Heartburn

Chronic Generalized pain

Depression

Buspirone

Arthralgia, Arthropathy

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  • Wilvye

    370d

    For me it makes me really relaxed and eases my pain.

  • AlexanderHamilton

    370d

    Yeah I hope that’s how I would react but I’ve been told by a lot of people that it makes them dizzy

  • Sickem

    370d

    It may not help with a strong pain reliever but. It’ll help take your mind off it for awhile. Better than nothing

  • LovelyDarkness

    370d

    It definitely helped me. I tried CBD first but it didn't really help me, I needed a balance of THC & CBD It's strange because I have to have a hybrid, if I do indica or sativa my pain gets worse

  • xxXochixx

    369d

    Helps with my joint pain and depression

  • Brina

    369d

    I have a card

  • Ainzel

    369d

    I use it almost exclusively. I have Buspirone too but nothing has worked like that good natural. The best advice I was ever given when it comes to trying Cannabis for the first time (THC specifically) how ever the form of intake, once is enough. Wait an hour and a half before going for another. SAVED my butt. It’s the best work around for me and all my little ✨helf is shoes✨

  • princessbun

    369d

    I have tried CBD tincture which gave me horrendous heartburn/esophageal pressure, however that may be due to having sibo or POTS which both cause slow motility. So I stopped that but I just got one of those delta-8 thc vape pens which are legal in my state and it has improved my mental state so much. When I use it, it helps quiet the repetitive thoughts associated with anxiety and just puts me in a better mood. I have not used it to get high though so I'm not sure how that feels for anyone wondering. I also do not deal with a lot of chronic pain so I'm not sure if it helps with that sorry!

  • Giz

    369d

    Hey! I smoke on the regular, I love in California so it is around in abundance. Sometimes it gives me anxiety, but that's if I am just simply not paying attention to how much I'm using and smoke/eat too much. It has done wonders for my depression, and some of my mood swings because of BPD. I am not Medicated because of a bad experience I had, so cannabis is what I use instead.

  • Giz

    369d

    *live

  • bumblingbee

    369d

    Hey there! I got my medical card last year and it has helped me more than words can express. Both physically and mentally. I suffer from Borderline personality disorder and bulimia. Both areas have improved greatly. Im no longer as impulsive, as if I had been mellowed out just the right amount. Vs some medication that takes away my personality and make me feel empty inside. As for my fibromyalgia, it also helps calms down my pain and my stomach aches. Ive learned how to relax and have moments where I can just be present. I love to meditate when I medicate ;) as well as crochet, journal, listen to mindfulness podcasts. Its amazing really. If you have any questions feel free to message me!

  • spooniewarrior

    369d

    I smoke everyday! It helps with my anxiety, depression, and chronic pain! I smoke indica or hybrids and I order from my buddy in socal, he has amazing stuff. It actually saved my life back in sept when I almost died, I love it! 🍃💙

  • midnightdrives

    369d

    smoking helps a lot with my ocd, intrusive thoughts and anxiety.

  • Sickem

    369d

    420 gang <3

  • Sickem

    369d

    Edible hit harder if you don’t wanna smoke

  • ezra_zvaigzde

    369d

    It doesn’t get rid of my pain but it helps me relax and take my mind off it. It’s also been a huge help when it comes to anxiety

  • Hale

    369d

    i take cbd twice a day to alleviate my epilepsy and anxiety and it’s literally been the med that stopped my epilepsy completely, it’s a lifesaver

  • Remkle

    369d

    Sativa thc, specifically, eliminates anxiety. It’s better than Xanax. I wish I could also function on it like during the day and at work and such. Sativa also helps me sleep. And it helped me wean off pain meds when I had major surgery. Not as good as the drugs for pain but close especially when I also use cbd

  • Saxat

    368d

    Doesn’t help the pain but it makes me care about it less

  • beezle

    368d

    I used to smoke at least a gram a day. It helps with masking pain and feeling good, but it really doesn't help me long-term. Good pain relief can be used with CBD. but anyways, THC made me super foggy and I was smoking so much that I was basically inert during the day.

  • magalito

    368d

    Hella psychosis.

  • Mer

    368d

    I love Cannabis. I have what I call raging ADHD(even with being on the highest dose of Vyvanse possible)- the only thing that truly calms me down enough to focus and want to do tasks is Cannabis! Feel free to message me if you have any questions!

  • Jaspernoooo

    368d

    It saves me everyday and is the reason I'm alive and consuming things and also helps immensely with my anxiety, although dissociation does go up a tad at times

  • can

    368d

    cannabis helped my migraines but I think overall it was a net negative for me

  • astudyinbloodorange

    367d

    THC has been actually life changing to my pain used in combo with regular meds

  • regana

    367d

    it definitely helped me a lot at first but i would be careful about how much you smoke at first. i see you have anxiety and since you have a low tolerance if you smoke too much you may end up getting paranoid and anxious. i don’t have chronic pain but it’s clear that it helps a lot of people who do. i have anxiety and it helps a lot as long as i smoke the right strains because a lot of them make me paranoid.

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