Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Davideus85, Mar 16, 2021.
Has anyone found marijuana helpful in alleviating TMS symptoms?
It may give you a temporary relief, like Tylenol or opioids, but it will not solve your ultimate problems. The only way to address TMS is to deal with your emotional and mental health.
As TG957 said, it may provide some temporary relief. But long term I see it being more unhelpful than helpful. Especially if it's being used often. That's just a personal opinion and not based on scientific evidence or special knowledge.
I use to smoke it often and I don't think it was beneficial to my emotional well being.
A clear, sober mind is a better place to start.
Not me, but a friend of mine. I see someone mentioned Tynol on here, but I don't think that's a great alternative, because your system reacts badly in the long run to so many pain killers taken for nothing. There are medications for TMS, but from what my friend mentioned cannabis was also a great relaxer for him. I had a lot of free time in lockdown, and I'm trying to take steps towards opening a dispensary with the savings that I have. I wanted to find something that I would actually love investing in and I think this is finally the perfect opportunity. I'm trying to read more about the subject from only trusty websites, at the moment I'm trying to put in order all of the legal documents that I'll need with the help of online resources. This comes after finishing the deals with the actual place of the dispensary last year.
See no difference between this and pain killers. Only temporary relief but not a cure. on the other hand, L-arginine, an amino acid, can help increase blood flow and reduce pain naturally, whether it's TMS or pain due to an actual injury. It has many other health benefits as well, Scientists who discovered it won the Nobel Prize in Medicine. See my post.
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