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Re: CBD sources? SLS

Posted by bleauberry on May 4, 2018, at 7:31:09

In reply to Re: CBD sources?, posted by SLS on May 3, 2018, at 10:41:16

My neighbor uses CBD to treat seizures in a dog. The substance has wide spectrum potential for many scenarios.

I used it to calm down stage fright, which was actually a lyme attack at the time. It also calmed tremors in my hands. It feels soothing. Hard to describe.

As you know, I believe that most psychiatric symptoms are a result of immune dysfunction upsetting the entire body, with systemic inflammation, brain inflammation, glandular dysfunction, all of it causing contamination and corruption in our mood molecules and receptors, causing complicated mood symptoms that are hard to treat with narrow focus targeted medications. CBD fits into this scenario as an anti-microbial (there are reports of it helping infections, shrinking tumors), anti-inflammatory, and nervous system calming agent. I see good potential in psychiatry.

I think if we could fast forward a decade or two we would see some official medication prescription products made from the marijuana plant specifically for psychiatry.

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> > It is a legal substance because it is made from the hemp plant and there is no THC in it.
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> > There are various versions of this product available at Amazon. It can be shipped straight to your mailbox. You do not need a doctor or a prescription to get it.
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> Thanks, Bleauberry. Maybe I'll try the Internet. There is a compounding pharmacy not far from where I live. I should go there and check out their prices. I want to run this by my doctor first. I am most interested to see how Linkadge and Jeroen do with it. Wouldn't it be nice to see Jeroen finally feel better "normal"? Linkadge makes an excellent reporter and offers a variety of psychobiological explanations for how he reacts to a given treatment.
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