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Marijuana Strain For Fibromyalgia?

I Just want to ask if someone here knows the right marijuana strain to use when it come with fibromyalgia?

I've been suffering with back pain for almost 3 months now and can't sleep properly at night. I already have a prescription meds but I refrain on using them coz it only take the pain for a minute or so and back again. Then one of my friends gave me a joint to try if it makes me feel better and it does! I try asking him what it is but he has no idea also. So I started doing my own research about medical marijuana and strains that would be effective against pain and came across this blueberry
I'm not sure if that's the strain that I've tried but it has the highest pain management effect. Cbd and thc are all new to me. I also read that drinking it as tea or as a muffin/cake is an option, but is relief effects the same? Why can't they simply make pills out of marijuana - or maybe there are that I am not aware of. If it's true, then I would very much appreciate any ideas and advice on what strain is good and how to use it medically. Thanks in advance to those who'll answer.


  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 7,248
    Hello rhea 22 !
    Gentle reminder ...there are no medical professionals on discussion forums.
    Members may speak to what has helped them, but for Doctor ordering it, he should be able to best explain.

    I do know that it does come in pill, as my friend with MS uses it at times.
    Search may be helpful to you, as there are many discussions re marijuana ...upper right on page.
    You may be led to current or older discussions. You may be led to medical side.
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  • ArizonaAArizona ArizonaPosts: 68
    Rhea - I was on the Alternative Treatment board here and searching for info on CBD ointments for pain relief and while hunting around the internet I came across some giant marijuana forums and one section of a forum I saw was devoted to the subject of your thread, mar strains for pain relief.  I'm not allowed to post links on here but if you search like I did you'll come upon it too.  So far, though, I don't know about a good cbd ointment.  I have been experimenting with CBD oil vaping, though, as you'll see if you go the above named board.  I do use other ointments, especially a mixture of lidocaine ointment and DMSO.  That helps some.
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  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 10,730
    There is a synthetic marijuana pill, most THC.  Its available via prescription at pharmacies - called  Marinol

    It was first introduced in 1986 as a anti-nauseate for chemotherapy patients.  By 1993 it was approved for nausea and appetite loss for AIDS sufferers.  It is FDA approved.

    Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences
    You can email me at: rdilauro@veritashealth.com
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