Sue, I made those gummy's sort of by memory. I cannot find Dave Groomers gummy recipe, if anyone finds it let me know where and what post, please.
Sue have you heard of the Bud Wig Protocol. This was the protocol that my friend did for his Bladder Cancer.
They first discovered the cancer in 2008 when I move back here from NorCal. He did chemo and radiation and they said he was in remission. Well it came back in about 8 months and they did another round of chemo, rad, and they declared him in remission again. It came back with a fury about 6 months later and he decided he was not going to let chemo kill him so he went to OR., where at the time you did not have to be a citizen to get a med card. He went to a clinic with all his paperwork and got the script for FECO/CCO, bought twice what he needed and came back home where he began the Budwig Protocol. Apparently the Budwig protocol method makes the oil water soluble and a shit load stronger. Said he has never been that high in his life.
He has been cancer free since 2010, does 200 mg of FECO/CCO daily and a maintenance dose. He is my age and looks great, cannot tell he was sick at all, plays in a Reggae band that has had a standing gig for the past 8 years at a club on Wed. nights.
This is what made me a true believer in FECO/CCO and become a Cannabis Warrior. Since then I have seen two women cure their breast cancer, one had a double mastectomy before the cancer moved to her lungs. She did all the chemo/rad protocols and after it move to her lungs she began FECO/CCO, and has been cancer free for 4 yrs. The other lady is one I am working with now, got her started on FECO after she completed a chemo/rad treatment. She has been on a high maintenance dose (750 mg twice a day) and has a followup Dr. appt in another month. She has recovered from treatments and looks very good. Say's on inspection she feels no new growths in her breast and is doing well.
If my PSA numbers increase on this next blood test I plan on doing another FECO/CCO protocol, did a protocol a few years ago for increased PSA and the numbers dropped over a full 1.7 points in 6 months. I ended up doing 100 plus grams over the 6 month program. I was able to function, drive, be around people but fuck, I was so stoned I don't remember much of that time period.
I have been doing a 200 mg maintenance dose of oil daily and have my next test in April. I am also reading up a using FECO/CCO for my COPD, still researching it.
I'm in touch with an author and cannabis topical product seller that is trying to debunk this prevalent and false narrative that topicals don't get you high. They do indeed, and it seems to be determined by the location of application, the amount of oleic acid in the carrier oils and the THC dose.Most of what is written about the psych effect of topicals seems to me is inconclusive, uncommitted, vague, misleading and often downright wrong.
For me it's low level mood adjustment, for my friend it's a little below a normal dose, heightened senses, minor euphoria, then sleepiness on the down side. For the author it's more pronounced where she doesn't drive after applying her own products.Are we talking serious impairment or low-level mood adjustment? Not that it matters to a frightened novice.
Thank you for the clarification Amy.High Sue Catching up and coming back to repy to you about the “biphasic” question you asked a while back, and also referenced in your study notes blog recently too
Biphasic, in relation cannabinoids, refers to their capacity to produce an opposite effect at a higher dose than the effect at a lower dose.
Most substances effects simply get stronger (to saturation point) if we take more. Cannabis isnt like that, it’s biphasic.
So yes, as you metioned here earlier, that may well account for what you felt were almost opposite effects from the .1 and .2 doses. In my study on this the case examples discussed showed how a chemovar that would induce anxiety at a regular, close to recreational, dose, actually sucessfully managed anxiety in the same person at a micro dose. SO that’s an example of it in action. Also e.g. a small amount of my bubba hash is energising, lots of it is sedating.
So your comment in the study notes that biphasic may just mean the dose-dependent thing and to start lo and go slo... not really. Biphasic points to a specific and kind of paradoxical effect.
I think with THC this is very pronounced.
It happens for me with CBD as well.
Hmm, could this be the mechanism at play when you hear from those poor souls tasked with judging at cannabis cup competitions (awwww hehe) where they consume dozens of entries. They share a similar experience of reaching a plateau and/or reversals, often attributed to the cultivar instead of just the THC saturation.Biphasic, in relation cannabinoids, refers to their capacity to produce an opposite effect at a higher dose than the effect at a lower dose.