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Seizure patient needs help

Discussion in 'California Patients' started by 215patient707, May 6, 2017.


    215patient707 Member

    Hey everyone i know this is a question that does not get asked alot and moat people will think it is a dumb question at that. So please keep your negative vibes to yourself.

    I was wondering if there was a way to make my medicine non phycoactive (no high) but still be able to use the wonderfull health benefits cannabis has to offer. I know i can buy high cbd strains but i am ussually on a real tight budget and have to stick with what ever i can get for cheap. I do not enjoy the high from thc at all and it gives me extreme paranoia. Ive read online thc degrades into cbn from light and air exposure. Is there a way i can speed the process up? I do not want to make concentrates or edibles. I would like to be able to smoke my medicine with my bong.

    I am a prop 215 patient in the state of california and i use cannabis to reduce my seizures.

    Thanks for any help i recieve i appriciateit alot
    chemphlegm likes this.

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    consume less is all that comes to mind. next is finding a strain that gives you more of the the desired effects, its strain/body specific.

    215patient707 Member

    Thc seems to make my seizures more intense but cbd or schwag weed seems to help. Is there a way to degrade the thc?

    Doctor_Frank New Member


    I'd advise looking at the THC:CBD ratio you are using and this will be reflected in the strain.

    CBD effectively “dulls” the high THC gives, whilst at the same time allowing the THC to provide its own pain-killing, antiemetic and appetite-stimulating properties. Many people seem to find high-THC, low-CBD strains too overwhelming, and there are lots of studies out there attesting to this phenomenon. THC and CBD seem to work in tandem with each other, and even bolster each other’s strengths.

    Equal THC:CBD ratios tend to produce some limited psychoactive effects (people often want some psychoactive effect for therapeutic reasons), whilst high-CBD, low-THC strains produce few if any psychoactive effects for most people. Low-THC, high-CBD strains are seen as particularly useful for children, as they are not as psychoactive and still have enough THC in it for therapeutic reasons.

    I hope that helps and please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

    Dr Frank

    Scarce26 Member

    Good question. My uncle asked me to research about it. Now I have the answer.

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