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    The CBD oil works. If It didn't work, The completely corrupt F D A would
    not be on a mission to reduce It's availability to those who wish to avoid the
    toxic big pharma cash cow.
    http://www.anh-usa.org/32500-for-cbd-oil/

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    Well its been a little over a year since my original post about this topic so I thought I would give a follow up.

    About a month after the original post a group of us were riding and my friend got the wobbles and went down into oncoming traffic in front of me. It was a fairly gruesome sight after the accident and while he was in the hospital I was having a hard time sleeping so I went back on the Kolonpin. After about a month or so I started a taper off regimen and went back on the CBD. It worked again but it seemed like I had to take quite a bit to get to sleep and focus at work. I bit the bullet and kept on that track. This went on for about 3 months.
    It has worked pretty well. I am currently off CBD for about 6 months and have had way less panic attacks and general depression. I had to cut out booze completely the last three months for my head to feel normal and not cloudy but as far as the crazy withdrawal symptoms from no anxiety and SSRI meds the effects were pretty significant. I am not sure I would have been able to get off those meds, deal with the accident and try to live a pretty normal life without the use of CBD. I am not saying CBD is THE answer but it allowed me to try to focus on eating better, trying to get in exercise and just take better general care of myself which has made all the difference.

    Edit: I should also add that my buddy is doing ok. He has made a recovery and finally back to work. Took a year but he got there...absolute machine, that one.
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    Anxiety, depression, panic attacks, etc.

    WTF- am I the only one that doesn't have any of these ailments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OB View Post
    Anxiety, depression, panic attacks, etc.

    WTF- am I the only one that doesn't have any of these ailments?
    No. But it seems that it can be quite debilitating for those who do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakeybones View Post
    I had to cut out booze completely the last three months for my head to feel normal and not cloudy
    This had far more impact than you give it credit. Especially for depression.

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    Oh I definitely agree.

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    I have 2/3 rd of a bottle i can give away for[/B]

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    Studies all use high amounts in that range but anecdotally, people use a lot less and get positive results.

    Some see a difference with as little as 10-20mg per day. Ultimately, buying CBD supplements and taking 300-600mg per day is going to be not budget and probably not worth the money at that point. When you tried it before did you find it helped at all? How much were you taking?
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    fucking pussies alcohol is the answer, stupid weed smokers.

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    I had a very severe back pain due to overwork. Nevertheless, none of the painkillers helped me. I remembered that my brother told me about the CBD from this site https://www.cornbreadhemp.com/what-does-cbd-stand-for/ and I decided to order it and put it into practice. After taking a few drops of this capsule the pain began to decrease and I was able to bend over freely again and lift something heavier than the pack.

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    It seems to me that cannabis growing enthusiasts now have all the conditions for a great harvest, so guys, read this news and do not thank me for this, because I know how fun it is to score a joint in good company and have fun from the heart. Growing cannabis is very fashionable right now, so for example I have several pots growing in the attic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OB View Post
    Anxiety, depression, panic attacks, etc.

    WTF- am I the only one that doesn't have any of these ailments?
    I don't but I do have epic back/neck/shoulder neuropathic, stenotic, arthritic, spondolytic and everyfucking thing else pain and CBD (or weed, or both) at night is why I can keep my opiate painkiller consumption under full control. (I'm also kind of a flat affect guy and not prone to addiction which I check for by yearly withdrawals where the only pain is from actual damage.)

    Opiates do not promote REM sleep. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2784658/

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    If your pain expands into muscle cramps (my back did all the time) try a cup of tonic water morning and night. It works well for me also is good for stopping night muscle cramps.
    Dave

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    I'll get some and give it a shot. I'll try to find a brand with more quinine. I already stay heavily hydrated but I like the stuff so why not?

    Quinine has been used for cramps for a very long time and the dose in tonic water is small. I'll not be overdoing it like this gent:

    https://www.mayoclinicproceedings.or...235-7/fulltext
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    I'm diabetic so only use diet tonic water so your results may vary. I find Schweppes and Canada Dry to work the best for me with all the store brands requiring twice as much.
    Dusty

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyDave View Post
    If your pain expands into muscle cramps (my back did all the time) try a cup of tonic water morning and night. It works well for me also is good for stopping night muscle cramps.
    Dave
    I've got to give that a try!

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    Worth noting is CBD products vary considerably. One brand gave me indigestion while two others did not. It's worth exploring to see what works for whom.

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    Man that's a good idea, I get raked with cramps if I don't wash my feet in the summer and will be back up in an hour in general agony. The human body is definitely odd.

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