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Old 04-04-2019, 10:40   #1
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Cannabis and seasickness - What we know now.

Did a little bit of reading about how to deal with seasickness, nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms. And levels of endocannabinoids and their corresponding drop during the acute phase of the motion sickness is being pointed out as a cause. I touched a little about it here.
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there used to be a lil green book named lil green book of seasickness. was excellent describing best antiseasickness methods. they discussed cannabis as the best antiseasickness remedy on planet. good works...
cannabis has been used for a few decades as an anti emetic fro cancer patients, generally end stage folks.
i see no reason why the medication should not be used as a remedy if needed.
is a good topic for study.
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there used to be a lil green book named lil green book of seasickness. was excellent describing best antiseasickness methods. they discussed cannabis as the best antiseasickness remedy on planet. good works...
cannabis has been used for a few decades as an anti emetic fro cancer patients, generally end stage folks.
i see no reason why the medication should not be used as a remedy if needed.
is a good topic for study.
Is this the book? https://www.amazon.com/Heave-Ho-Litt.../dp/0964188716
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yes it is.. awesome lil book. one of my favorite medical books..
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Interestingly, ginger works for both motion sickness and morning sickness.
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Maybe thatís why Iíve never been sea sick......
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Probably need to use CBD of course to prevent operating a boat while intoxicated.
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Cannabis is an amazing plant that already has hundreds of uses in the medical industry alone. Here in England there are laws preventing the use of medical and recreational cannabis, but it looks like with time this could change. At this point it's medical benefits are indisputable.
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Cannabis is an amazing plant that already has hundreds of uses in the medical industry alone. Here in England there are laws preventing the use of medical and recreational cannabis, but it looks like with time this could change. At this point it's medical benefits are indisputable.
And much less harmful than alcohol both on the body as well as in the community. Stone folks donít go around puking and fighting.
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It's a nearly instant cure for sea sickness. I've observed it's effective use and it's amazing how quickly people go from blowing over the side to total bliss. If I got sea sick it would be the first thing that I would do.
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It's a nearly instant cure for sea sickness. I've observed it's effective use and it's amazing how quickly people go from blowing over the side to total bliss. If I got sea sick it would be the first thing that I would do.


Might not wait until then
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And much less harmful than alcohol both on the body as well as in the community. Stone folks donít go around puking and fighting.
you obviously never lived where I grew up.
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Seeing as how weed is illegal everywhere off the coast except maybe Canada... but I don’t know that to actually be a fact, having it aboard a boat to cure seasickness and risking imprisonment and yacht seizure is about the dumbest idea I can think of.
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if you have that stuff In ANY form you shouldn't have to worry about getting sea sick because by the the time you get out of prison you will be to old to sail.
GINGER is the natural solution and legal every place. GINGER ale sodaalso calms my stomach
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