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smokin help with the flu?

Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by magicdude22, Jan 27, 2008.

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    magicdude22

    magicdude22 Well-Known Member

    ive been really achy (common flu symtoms) and a little bit of coughin does ne one know if smokin will help with this.
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    anywhere311

    anywhere311 Well-Known Member

    prob be worse for u but if ur blazed u prob wont care ur sick
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    Inneedofbuds

    Inneedofbuds Well-Known Member

    i find that blazing in general keeps me sick a lot less
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    STLbuds

    STLbuds Well-Known Member

    you took the words right out of my mouth...



    Smoke up man!!
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    WoRRaLL

    WoRRaLL Active Member

    ive a cold or sumthing for the paste week and a half and i was coughing all the time and had a runny nose but whenever i smoked i didnt cough at all and my nose cleared up so i say toke up.
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    jamiemichelle

    jamiemichelle Well-Known Member

    I think if you are already sick I would stay away from it for a lil while... Ive had strep throat a few times and when I had it in the past I would keep smokin... it would never get better, but when I quit for a few days, I would heal pretty fast. Im just saying as far as respiratory illnesses go....
    But I always roll a fatty and smoke it up for any other illness...ie. nausea, headache.
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    truckin

    truckin Active Member

    In my experience, it certainly takes the symptoms away, but the illness might last longer, since you're stressing your body.

    I smoke if I'm nauseous, otherwise I just down a bottle of Robitussin. Don't get me wrong though, it has the same problem I stated above.

    You could smoke during the entire time until your body fights it off.. you'd be sick for longer, but the only "side effect" would be that you're high.

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