I know there is a lot of conversation about pot, both pro and con. so i can not tell you that this might work for you.We waited a long time for our state to accept marijuana as a a legal medical option and of course I wanted to try it. For me it does not relieve the pain entirely but it seems to take my mind to another place which is a big help.
I’m in Australia and although we have nowhere near the legal availability that you have, there are avenues for legal access via a specialised government program/trials, which I am presently going through to gain legal access. In saying that, there is of course the non-legal access routes which I have accessed previously.
I am in total agreeance with you in that the relief from pain, as such, has been minimal but the diversion of the mind has been a MASSIVE plus. Just to be able to switch off to the pain and the incessant thoughts that come along with it has been an enormous help.
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Hi, Venicom…I didnt have much luck with the pain management either but you’re right, I chilled me out enough where I could live with it…that helped a lot! I found that, after a lot of research, I needed to used higher levels of THC if I wanted to touch the pain and I just couldn’t handle the baggage that came with it…hunger, anxiety, paranoia etc but just taking the highest strength cbd oil was great for relaxing me and taking away the anxiety.
I am having the same experience as you are. The pain remains the same but I am able to put it in that other place. TN pain is like no other. I will continue to use marijuana for what it does for me.