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 Post subject: Pot for pain and lungs?
PostPosted: May 5th, 2017, 8:19 am 
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I don't know a thing about smoking it. I've never smoked it in my life, but we do use a topical cream already. Works great for neuro pain and as a side benefit, it also helps with varicose veins according to a friend of mine. I don't have varicose veins, per se, but I do have some little red marks along my ankles on both sides of my feet - from being pregnant I assume because you carry a lot of extra weight around! I am hoping to see improvement in those red veins or marks, whatever they are. But it is the relief from the neuropathy pain that is most pronounced. Our friend who has diabetes is going to try it on his feet and legs as a "preventive" to see if it will help him from becoming neuropathic. Can you believe out of all the friends we have, this guy is the only one we know who has diabetes? Most of our friends are like us - we try to eat right and avoid doctors. THat's the best way to stay healthy that I can think of. 8-) :P

I'll bet there are a lot more benefits that we haven't even yet seen because some things take a while to show up. :mrgreen: We (both my DH and I) have experienced only good things from this, not one single bad thing. Another friend of mine says she take the same "topical" cream and puts a small amount (like 1/8th tsp or so) in her mouth at night before bed and she's sleeping like never before. She's like me, rather an insomniac, so if she's getting good sleep it MUSt work! ... uture.html


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