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Mary Jane did not cause mine but doctor says it did.

  • I have been smoking for almost 10 years and it has done nothing but help with anxiety. When I lost a child to an ectopic pregnancy I was in the hospital a lot with pain and getting sick all the time bc of immune system. I was on opiates and other medications all the time for about 2 years. That is when my stomach continued to get worse, finally diagnose with gastroperises. The gi doc says it was from marijuana! I believe its from all the medications! Now he refuses to treat me unless i am clean.

    Post created 2 years 1 week ago

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  • Hello Shana,

    Hello Shana,

    My name is Sha Adams and I am a naturopathic specialist, going on three years. I believe that the body is designed by our Heavenly Father, to heal itself. All it needs is a boost from natural medicine.

    Condition: Gastroparesis - Marijuana
    Natural remedy: kale, mustard, collard, turnip greens, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, celery, cabbage, spinach, one teaspoon of garlic(grind) one teaspoon of cayenne spice. Blend all ingredients with Carrots or Barley Juice. Also with this juice, folic acid supplements. Drink it throughout the day.

    Shana, what I prescribed is a natural remedy, whose objective is to stimulate your endorphin(natural pain killer in the body) Also your doctor was not informative enough. Smoking period can cause stomach damage, does not have to be from marijuana. We are here for you.

    1 year 1 month ago

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  • Sorry about the double post,

    Sorry about the double post, not sure why that happened :P

    2 years 4 days ago

  • That's RIDICULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That's RIDICULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!! The cannabis did not cause or worsen your pain or stomach issues. Opiates direct interact and affect your GI tract, so it's quite likely that the opioids were to blame. My advice would be to get another doctor; this one is narrowminded, uninformed and clearly doesn't know what's what.

    2 years 4 days ago

  • That's RIDICULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That's RIDICULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!! The cannabis did not cause or worsen your pain or stomach issues. Opiates direct interact and affect your GI tract, so it's quite likely that the opioids were to blame. My advice would be to get another doctor; this one is narrowminded, uninformed and clearly doesn't know what's what.

    2 years 4 days ago

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