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Hello Dr. Phil, Except rhinitis, I cannot think of something else. I live with my dog.
my cardiological examinations were good to go for sports, before some months (i didn't do a holter)
my x-rays of chest and face were good last year (I'm doing a new one tommorow for the pneumonologist). I'm finishing the treatment (Modulair 10mg every night, 3 snifs Dexa-Rhinaspray per day for rhinitis, 2 Seretide Diskus 50/250 mcg/dosage) the day after tommorow.
my blood examinations were good, except something in a sachar attribute that may be their mistake and I will do a new one tommorow too.that's all.
Cannabis is like alcohol. It is okay and fun every once in a while. Just like having a few beers every so often
However, daily use is bad. Very bad. It has many issues associated with it.
COPD, heart arrhythmias, anxiety, etc.
I would go down to once weekly use if possible
Thank you for your quick reply
I've read that cbd is neutralizing the effect of thc. I want a little specific explanation of what exactly creates the arrythmias etc. so we can see what is better. The latest papers write that there is an neuro effect to the heart because of the endings of the nerves to the heart's cavities..
Should I use only cbd or indica? Are there specific foods or substances that I should take to help my body counteract? Is vaporizer better? Does cannabis relates to serious cardiological problems?
Well simply put, cannabis can induce tachycardia. This is through stimulation of nerve endings as you suggest.
There is nothing that is scientifically established to counteract the effects of THC.
I am not aware of CBD or indica. There are no foods that help.
Cannabis causes its issues by increasing heart rate. This then can trigger arrhythmias in susceptible folks
Thanks again and excuse me for my many questions but I couldn't find a holistic approach to internet... that's why i ask here and I paid for high detailed explanation. I hope these are the last questions..
Susceptible to what exactly? Many or most of the users have this kind of issues. I have these effects 1-2 years only. Maybe because of the bronchic asthma.
About the CBD, please have a quick look here:
Is there any connection between my pneumonological issues and heart?