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    It's been quite awhile since I've seen you...

    It's been quite awhile since I've seen you around. Good to have you here.
  2. I'm glad to hear you found something that's...

    I'm glad to hear you found something that's helping you. Thank you for sharing.
  3. You are correct, there is the possibility that...

    You are correct, there is the possibility that even if the pain is actually from your foot it may not help. Please consult with your doctors to discuss the situation and your wishes.
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    It looks like it operates like an advanced,...

    It looks like it operates like an advanced, targeted version of a TENS unit, which is the closest experience I've had. I'm not quite sure how to explain how it helps pain, but I'd guess I'd describe...
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    I'm a bit late offering this info, but you might...

    I'm a bit late offering this info, but you might want to reconsider your statement. This website lists thousands of articles and research studies indexed by disease and condition. ...
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    It depends on various factors. The rate and...

    It depends on various factors. The rate and regularity of use. Your BMI (it can be detected in the body longer in fat people because it can bind to fat cells), your diet and fluid intake, and the...
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    Beyond CBD, I've also heard one of the lesser...

    Beyond CBD, I've also heard one of the lesser known cannabinoids, THCV, has shown some promise for neuropathy.
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    Smoking is a less effective way of getting...

    Smoking is a less effective way of getting cannabinoids into your body than edibles. Also, taking it with oil, like olive or coconut, amplifies the effect by increasing bioavailability.
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    If you're willing to use suppositories, I have...

    If you're willing to use suppositories, I have read they are a much more effective means of bioavailability than other methods and you get little to none of the "high" effect.
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    I usually hear that strains with higher CBD are...

    I usually hear that strains with higher CBD are good for spasms.
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    I have heard cannabis suppositories have a...

    I have heard cannabis suppositories have a significantly higher bioavailability than other delivery methods. This is one source I found on a quick search, but I have seen others which place oral...
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    Just a side note, if you're using water pills of...

    Just a side note, if you're using water pills of any sort make sure you're electrolytes don't go out of whack. It's easy to wind up with low potassium or something similar.
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    I've heard there is a world of difference between...

    I've heard there is a world of difference between strains and even genotypes of the same strain, on top of the differences between sativa, indica, and the various hybrids. From what I've read, one of...
  14. Thread: Coccydynia?

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    Some, but certainly not all, chiropractors have...

    Some, but certainly not all, chiropractors have training in how to deal with a displaced coccyx and similar injuries. I've seen it done and though it hurts like crazy for a moment, it provides...
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    It will be a long, long path before cannabis is...

    It will be a long, long path before cannabis is accepted by the mainstream medical providers. This survey is sort of an amateur-hour type of affair, but it indicates the level of resistance in...
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    Excellent advice. One thing to remember is that...

    Excellent advice. One thing to remember is that THC and CBD are only two of over 100 different cannabinoids in the plant. Research is ongoing as to what benefits each of them may have and how they...
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    You might find this of interest. ...

    You might find this of interest.

    http://www.painonline.org/mnemonic-central-pain/
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    I've seen those referred to as lightning pains or...

    I've seen those referred to as lightning pains or lancinating pains and more than once I've heard them described as the most challenging pains that people have to deal with. Neuropathic pain,...
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    I do, I'm just running behind on my duties as mod...

    I do, I'm just running behind on my duties as mod here.
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    Thank you for sharing, Ket. It's great to hear...

    Thank you for sharing, Ket. It's great to hear that you're doing well.
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    I have read that another lesser known...

    I have read that another lesser known cannabinoid, THCV, has shown some promise for helping with neuro pain. Apparently there isn't much of it in many strains.
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    I appreciate the feedback. It looks like Ring...

    I appreciate the feedback. It looks like Ring will fill the bill for us.
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    Thanks guys. The locks are cool, but I'm...

    Thanks guys. The locks are cool, but I'm old-school enough that I prefer to stick with a key. The video doorbell looks like just the ticket.
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    Wifi-enabled intercom for front door?

    Does anyone know of a good wifi-enabled intercom I could use for the front door that would allow two-way communication/surveillance through a cell phone? Ideally I would like one I could use for a...
  25. Thread: neuro hell

    by David Berg
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    arndog is right, gabapentin is often combined...

    arndog is right, gabapentin is often combined with meds like amitriptyline or nortriptyline. What dose of gabapentin are you taking? Some people have to ramp up quite a bit before they find any...
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