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Marijuana has active ingredients of marijuana. It is often used in pain. (latest outcomes from Marijuana 1,767 users)
Dysautonomia (malfunction of the autonomic nervous system) (latest reports from 74 Dysautonomia patients).
On Jul, 20, 2016
No report is found.
I believe that we can all get better! I am battling chronic fatigue syndrome/chronic pain, test results reveal severe dysautonomia. Drs have me getting off of all sleep and pain meds -- dealing with benzodiazepine withdrawal. Using Indica edible to help with withdrawal and exacerbated lifelong insomnia. Am I on natural supplement protocol as well. I am excited to meet others using cannabis for dysautonomia; but confused by reading a well written medical piece suggesting that cannabis can make our condition worse… Everyone's case is different--happy to learn about other's journeys.
Hello. Im a 53 yr old black woman. I had vascular surgery 6mo ago. I had my 6mo check up a couple of weeks ago. The results were reacurring narrowing. I smoke marijuana because my rheumatologists took me off of pain pills because of the affect they were having on my liver. So now I'm wondering should I stop and bear the pain to slow the narrowing of the arteries. Im also wondering am going to have to have surgery again. Really scared. Please tell me something
Hi I feel I may have dysautonomia and that it might be the cause of my early early onset of osteoarthritis, any literature that could help me express this to my doctor would be extremely helpful. Please share it with me.
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