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Terrible Migraine- Need Medical Marijuana

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    Posted: Feb/28/2018 at 12:34am
Hi, I'm troubled by my heavy works. I'm having a severe headache due to the work pressure. I'm not getting time to eat or sleep properly. I'm sitting almost 24 hours in front of the laptops and I'm getting troubled with a terrible migraine. I used to painkillers for a temporary relief. When I discussed on this my friend told me about medical cannabis clinic in Ontario ( http://apollocannabis.ca/ )which provides the medical cannabis to treat migraines. When I googled on this I saw mixed reviews. I'm totally confused. Can anyone share your ideas about the medical cannabis and about its side effects?   
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Hi Susan,

Every person is different and will have differences in how they react to cannabis. In the same way one person can have great pain reduction from lyrica and another has no success. Cannabis can and does help many people with pain. But it does require some trial and error to find what works for your specific condition.

I was taking 135mg combined of oxycodone and oxycontin. I now use a combination of cannabis capsules, topicals, edibles and a vaporizer and zero oxy.
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Thank you so much, Bailey.. for sharing your knowledge with meSmile
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I have a migraine for 2 days now and I feel that I have nausea because I vomit every time I stand and even when I'm eating. I am afraid that maybe this is not migraine so one of my friends told me to try marijuana as a medicine and I check this article http://https://www.worldwide-marijuana-seeds.com/blogs/marijuana-news/cannabis-as-medicine that this thing can be a medicine for our illnesses. I thought it is used only for tripping or if you want to feel high, but im wrong. So try to visit the site it could help you also learn more.
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