Member of the Month: Dec 2016
It is always better, as you did, to tell us what the disorders etc. are. Then we know what you need and can help better.Thank you for the tip on specific strains I did look at the Seedman site after I read your post and was very happy to see that they even had tabs to help me with specific disorders. **Amazing**
ACDC if thats the strain name I will look for it, thank you so much for taking the time to post that.
@SweetSue what an awesome person you are, thank you for all that information and taking time out of your life to type it and post it for me. That link was extremely helpful aswell. Yes you did assume right about the epilepsy, seizures are horrible things and the poor little darlings deserve better in every way.. I'm also wanting to help children with multiple diagnoses which may be tricky but one particular amazing 6yr old little boy.. My own, really could benefit from the right dosage in the right manner.. He suffers ASD,ADHD,Anxiety, sensory processing and developmental delays.
It's difficult to know what to do at times and honestly I struggle with keeping on top of things. The Australian Government is in short pathetic and extremely difficult to reason with... Hence me going the unconventional route..
I have learnt so much from all the posts you have written SweetSue and you are an asset beyond measure to us folk that are clutching at straws with what to do and how.
I will try and buy a decent pressure cooker local to be ready to make oils.. I particularly look forward to adding infusions I think they are referred to.. although in my mind atm it's just omega 3 fish oil to help brain activity.. But anything that will help with calmness and or focusis always going to be helpful.
Ps ty ty ty I better stop now because I feel a little bit all pver the place atm.
I do feel for you I can truly understand the frustration. And yes, AC/DC is the strain.
SweetSue is an amazing person we all love deeply.
I am glad I could help you a bit on your path to heal with Cannabis.
Never hesitate to ask for help. We do a lot to help when we can.