Pot **** the goverment pot relieves the pain and is not addictive the government can kiss my *** along with the big drug company's that pay them
I have bipolar as well, and can smoke it. It all depends on the strain that you are smoking. You just have to experiment until you find the right one for you. Most of the stuff that people around me smoke, I won't touch, because it doesn't agree with me. In the past 3 years, I've only smoked once, and I did smoke quite a bit. The stuff I had, which I don't remember where or who it came from, worked really well for me, and I was in a really good mood and felt almost no pain.
its getting harder and harder for me. The pain meds make me throw up. My husband thinks im a damn junkie! Im trying my best to get off of them but of course its not good enough. I guess, to cope i try to focus on my kids. I know they need me. Its really hard because it really messes messes with your head
I live with chronic pain from a car accident 6+ yrs ago. My dr. hasn't put me on "pain killers" but have found some other meds that have helped, but being on disability, I cant always afford to get all my meds. I have experimented with other options, Marijuana took care of the pain, but I hate the "high" feeling. I did find a leagal herb that helped with the pain tremendously it is called kratom. A little goes a long ways, which is a good thing as it is usually sold in very small amounts. I put a little bit in my morning coffee, and the pain dissipated for hours. It did however give my coffee a "grassy" taste. If You try it and it works well for you, you might want to invest in a capsule machine. That is my plan, when I can afford it.
Wow, will check it out.
I have osteoarthritis in my shoulders, knees, and ankles ... live in pain 24/7 , sleep only 2-4 hours in bits at a time .... <br />
I refuse to take painkillers as I read the SIDE EFFECTS and they are worse than my pain ...<br />
So; I just drink my tea and make the best of it ...
i have sinus and i get headaches through out spring, summer and winters. i used to live on pain killers but i now i've shifted to relaxation techniques which dont harm your body at all.
have you tried looking into chinese medicine like accupuncture etc ,spa baths could also help , be careful with chemical ba<x>sed painkillers they can become very addictive .
I have the exact same problems- back, neck, and shoulders- and when I do 30 minutes of yoga a day my pain completely disappears. No joke, it's a miracle.
Do you need a shoulder and back rub? <br />
Does that help?
I just saw on Sunday Morning the tv show that they are going to approve a new back injection that helps the discs regenerate on their own. You probably have this problem in the neck and back. It will be 5 years before it is readily available. They inject two proteins into the back and it pumps up the space between the discs and it gets rid of the pain. Maybe you could go to the internet and look up Sunday Morning and maybe they will have that report.
What's the cause of the pain then ?
I just checked on the internet and if you put in Sunday Morning that show will come up and there it is about fixing the back.
Sounds like discs. The golden rule is don't bend , it worked for me.
Pretty much the same here. Neck, shoulders, arms, back, hips, and legs, in pain every single day. Been dealing with this since I was 25, it's just been progressively getting worse. I have more pills than I care to take, but it's the only thing that keeps me from going totally nuts. At least until I find a natural replacement for the pills.
I have found a legal herb that helps me tremendously with the pain. The herb is called kratom, and comes in a powder form. I put a little in my morning coffee, it gives it "grassy" taste, but its a small price to pay for the relief. It is a bit expensive, but a little goes a long way. It can be purchased online at: getkratom.com If you were so inclined you can get empty capsules, and a filling machine to fill them, on ebay. I hope this helps. I really do mean a little goes a long way, 1 capsule worth is all you should need. too much may have side effects.