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How can I stop the pains?

MarSea

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Hey, I need some advice.
I can't go to a professional right now, and I was curious ans a little desperate if i'm being honest. Been dealing with a lot of back pains, shoulders pain, chest pains(to the point I have to stay put until it goes away), headaches, tingly felling on my feets and head, and a lot of pain on my hands. It's getting out of hand, and I wanted to ask if someone knows a way to stop them or at least minimize it. Thx
 

Toasthead

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There’s many ways to do this, certain supplements can help I’m sure. However, personally I would give marijuana a try assuming you’re in a legal state. If you aren’t try CBD, it’ll take about a week to start feeling the effects, but it’s worked miracles for some friends of mine. Medical marijuana is honestly the best route to go if you don’t want to have to take any kind of painkillers. The CBD will eventually work on its own, but to get the full pain management effects from it it needs the THC and terpenes in marijuana. When combined they create an entourage effect boosting each compound’s potency. I recommend a potent indica, it’ll help with the pain more as well as help you fall asleep, plus I find that most indicas actually help with anxiety and depression. However, if you’re not in a legal state or if you’re opposed to using cannabis, a CBD tincture or even a CBD lotion will eventually produce some significant results.


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As far as the shoulder pains go, a nice warm compress placed around your shoulders/neck feels nice, relaxes the muscles and might help with the headaches too if they're tension related. Not sure how to deal with the other pains you're experiencing but I hope you can find some relief soon.
 
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