Study: Vaporized, Low-Potency Cannabis Mitigates Neuropathic Pain

From the NORML website, cannabis helps control the painful symptoms of neuropathy. I have nerve damage from insecticide posioning, auto wrecks, broken bones, sports injury and repetitive stress from work in service industries. I would be hard pressed to find a single individual whose history of personal injuries didn’t include nerve damage. 

It also cures bullshit and lies, assholes and meanies.



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4 Responses to Study: Vaporized, Low-Potency Cannabis Mitigates Neuropathic Pain

  1. Paz says:

    Imagine how well High potency cannabis works then 😉

  2. palmitoylethanolamide4pain says:

    Reblogged this on palmitoylethanolamide4pain and commented:
    Cannabis decreases pain via most of the mechanisms found for palmitoylethanolamide, only PEA is devoid of Cannabis side effects, due to the fact that PEA has no affinity for the CB1 receptor.

  3. i see your distinction, but given the fact that the body produces its own endocannabinoids which share the affinity for CB1 and CB2 receptors, is it worth noting that it’s not the same thing? PEA is pretty cool, but without engaging the immuno-response, gastrointestinal regulation of gut flora and its fissive interaction with regard to mast cells ninja boosting, PEA can’t reduce nausea. What is it about PEA which so intrigues you. It looks pretty cool, but what do you feel is it’s optimal application as regards to human usage?

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