I just want to know if someone has any experience using a certain strain of marijuana for pain relief?
One of my friends got me to try his vape with cannabis infused juice but we have no idea what strain of marijuana was used for it.
It really gives you that relaxing feeling and somehow comforting. I don't know if it's the punch of the highness that marijuana gives but it does work.
So I started reading article and news about medical marijuana strains and how would you put it to work. One of them is http://www.ilovegrowingmarijuana.com/hindu-kush/.
The potency of the strain when it comes to pain is very high. I don't know if this is true coz I don't really care with the names or strain back when I was young and smoking it.
I would really like to hear any feedback from you guys. Thanks In advance
Has anyone asked a member of their neuro team about the reson for variable function? Today, for instance, i did some sitting tasks (writing etc) then i washed bathroom floor and then went outside, got gardening tools from the shed, cut back some plants that had flowered, then sqt and chatted to friend on mobile. I was then unable to return tools to shed so slowly 'walked' back inside, made a coffee and by stages got to easy chair....phew! I rested and did some crocheting. After an hour function had returned: i got lunch, put the tools away, put debris on pile, went upstairs and tidied up a bit. So, why this fluctuation? It isn't tiredness; it's that the nerves aren't sending the messages to the muscles. I'm so glad that recovery is so quick and some function returns. It just seems very odd and i wonder if anyone out there can suggest what is going on? Thank you! Jill :-Q
well its come down to this i now have to have a medical? even though im working,its because im only doing 12 hrs now,and they say its because they will top up my nat insurance and tax, to be honest if they don,t, i don,t care i will still work the hrs as long as i can,i think im still doing my bit even working but i suppose they have a job to do suzysue xx
I had an appointment with my MS Nurse last week. After a discussion with the neuro, she has advised me to retire (10 years) early. After much reflection, I have decided that she is right.
I would be very grateful if someone could advise me of a good website (or other source) that might contain useful advice on what steps to take when faced with this situation. I haven't really got a clue where to start!
I've been trying to get copies of letters, tests, results from Docs/Hospital/Optician/Work HR. So far I've managed to get from the optician (only for this year so far) and HR are looking into it. I contacted my GP and am still waiting to hear back.
The hospital on the other hand is a bit more tricky. To get copies from my file it'll cost me £10. But if the information goes over 20 pages i'll need to pay out another £40.
Does this seem right?
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