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Cbd oil doesn't work?

Discussion in 'Medicating' started by Sunshinetoday, Dec 12, 2017.

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    Sunshinetoday

    Sunshinetoday Well-Known Member

    I've tried two different brands of cbd oil (without thc) which i bought
    Online in hope it would ease my backpain But none of them works for this, though it gives me some mental relief i believe.
    Now to my question is it possible to make a cbd oil and ad a small amount of thc into it. From what i have heard it's the combination of thc and cbd which gives it the medical function. I wish i could make a oil which doesn't give me a head high, Only painrelief. But i don't know where to start. Thankful for any advice.
     
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    PetFlora

    PetFlora Well-Known Member

    Mike Adams, aka The Health Ranger is now testing all cbd products and has his own
     
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    legalcanada

    legalcanada Well-Known Member

    if you grew your own high CBD strain (dinamed, CD-1, AC/DC etc) and mixed it with a high THC strain at ratio of 5:1, or whatever works for you, and blasted that or mixed it to smoke together. or just buy a strain thats balanced CBD and THC.

    CBD provides anti-inflammatory relief but pain relief comes more from THC. i also suffer from back pain (broken vertebraes). i had a pure CBD strain and tried it alone once and it was OK but i preferred it mixed with a high thc indica.

    you could also buy CBD oil and eat that then just smoke a little THC weed with it or eat a separate THC edible.
     
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    Anothermeduser

    Anothermeduser Well-Known Member

    I mentioned what i do in the root experimenting thread, i found when i started taking hash pills, they would rock me pretty good, but after a few days it wasent much anymore, i started doing my workouts with more energy and focus fully medicated,ect. I see lots of cancer patience would say that to just let your tolerance increase and alls good, i found it a different high than smoking and still get baked smoking with the pills, just not as much so. I found that root powder helps me, and hash pills help, but both together seem to benefit each other in aiding my arthritic injury in a way no western medecine or supplement i have tried in 18yrs of having the affliction. I personally wouldnt bother with cbd's specific, i havent noticed anyeffects from the few products i have tried might be there still, but what i do gives me immediate and pronounced effect to my pain. Bubble hash and root powder seem the most natural and purest to ingest, although i would down some shatter if i didnt love smoking it so much. I am interested in others medicating experiences, procedures and ideas
     
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    legalcanada

    legalcanada Well-Known Member

    cannabis root powder??
     
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    how much welfare does that let you collect from the government each month?
     
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    Anothermeduser

    Anothermeduser Well-Known Member

    Yes, i have been doing this for awhile, harvest some roots, clean them, cut them into smaller chunks to grind then dry and grind, then pack into capsules. i have been focusing on the bigger pieces and the main rootball myself.
     
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    legalcanada

    legalcanada Well-Known Member

    and what kind of benefits do you notice from that? is it just for nutrition/vitamins?
     
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    Anothermeduser

    Anothermeduser Well-Known Member

    It feels like the pressure is released and my joint movement is gained, i can rotate my ankle and it pops and snaps and feels good, takes maybe a hr after taking some to start feeling it,if I take them regularly i feel almost normal or like i did before i injured myself i have taken glucosamine and anything ealse i could in the past, the only thing that helped me is a joint compound multivitamine from gnc but cannabis foot powder does more for my arthritis and its somthing i provide for myself. My arthritis is very deabilitating at times, i am very active and try to not let it control my life.
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    For back pain you want THC. Smoke some exodus cheese .
     
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    Sunshinetoday

    Sunshinetoday Well-Known Member

    Im really curious about the rootpulver, will check it out. So is it possible to get painrelief from a highcbd strain (with some thc) without the high.
     
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    legalcanada

    legalcanada Well-Known Member

    cbd mostly provides anti inflammatory relief so it's good for some types of pain. other types of pain the relief comes more from THC so i think your best bet would be to find a strain which provides relief without too 'intense' of a high. maybe with microdosing of THC it could be possible. every strain is different and every person is affected differently as well. your best bet is to experiment with strains other users have reported good relief from.
     
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    i wouldn't trust a nazi fuck like you to scrub shit off my toilet, much less for advice on cannabis, medicine, or anything else.
     
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    higgins2k9

    higgins2k9 Well-Known Member

    How are CWhemp for cbd oil if anybody knows? The Stanley brothers do have a good rep but I'm very skeptical about buying CBD. Not because I don't have faith in CBD itself but more about getting good quality stuff. I'm in the UK and don't really trust any of the UK companies here like "Holland and Barrett" that are selling the stuff as a dietary supplement, they have lots of olive oil in apparently so pretty weak.

    I have neighboring countries like Holland and Spain that have decriminalised cannabis and seed breeders are selling it so I could maybe be better off buying it from somewhere else in Europe. I'm using it for epilepsy, I do smoke weed and have smoked for a very very long time now. I will not stop getting high though lol, I love thc.

    Not sure if many Americans are aware themselves of GW pharmaceuticals that are UK based. The big CBD producers like the Stanley brothers have all received warnings from the FDA with links to GW pharmas clinical trial results. Claiming that because they don't have clinical trial studies results, that makes it an unapproved med. Whereas GW pharma, who are also in the US now not just the UK have been doing trials and because they have trial results that means it is an approved medicine, as them results on paper are what matters to the FDA.
     
    Last edited: Jan 1, 2018
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    higgins2k9

    higgins2k9 Well-Known Member

    Don't understand why this guy got such a nasty reply. You're right. Don't know about CBD only really being anti-inflammatory though as it seems to help epilepsy a lot too and MS, as MS cause is the central nervous system itself, not a back injury like a physical injury. But this CBD helps and THC doesn't is getting too much now. In the UK we have crap about THC causing psychosis while CBD counteracts it and it is the only compound worth taking and making legal.
     

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