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    NW-Will what state you live in? I use coconut oil from the local store, it's organic, but that's not necessary.
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    Thanks for the information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flying View Post
    NW-Will what state you live in? I use coconut oil from the local store, it's organic, but that's not necessary.

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    I got a medical marijuana card and I don't like to smoke because it gives me munchies
    I ate some gummy bears or butter forms of edibles and I just don't like the feeling
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    I got a medical marijuana card and I don't like to smoke because it gives me munchies
    I ate some gummy bears or butter forms of edibles and I just don't like the feeling
    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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    THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol and is the primary active ingredient in cannabis and results in euphoric "high". When smoked the peak effect is 20-30 min and can last 90-120 min after one cigarette.

    CBD stands for cannabinol which is found in hemp plants without any psychoactive or intoxicating effects - the active compound is cannabinoid.

    Make sure you read the labels of any product you purchase.

    I have seen good effects with pain management in people who use the CBD creams for pain management. It doesn't have a broad systemic effect as a cigarette, edible or suppository.

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    I still haven't accomplished making my own suppositories yet.
    I really wanted to work on my own recipe.
    Centered around Witch Hazel.
    I've found a source for Witch Hazel Powder... the raw ingredient... but can't find a method to turn the powder into a usable component for suppositories without using alcohol.

    If anyone has a clue of what to do with powder I'd love to try it.

    I hope to eventually mix it with CBD and coconut oil, and through trial and error hopefully come up with something that works for me... that doesn't cost $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.

    cheers.

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