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Moved the Amnesia Haze auto (seedling) outside yesterday. I'm like an over-protective mother... Worried about temp...worried about wind.... lol

Let it go.... let it grow.
Hey Lady! I've posted two (or maybe even three or four posts in the last day and you haven't responded or reacted to any of them. Are you still alive?

HG
SweetSue
SweetSue
Yes I am. Lol! Just spread a bit thin and overindulging for the international holiday. Haha! I’ll catch up later after Callanetics. I’m just getting started.

I love that you track me down. :5: I was deep in study about CBD. Working up a treatment plan for my daughter. She’s been a little more clingy lately. Understandably so.
HashGirl
HashGirl
I've been way more anxious lately, too. I wonder if it's something in the air. The sun felt so good on me today. Spring is definitely coming. I feel it and I'm so glad. Winter felt very long and I get depressed in the winter. I'm better than I used to be but it's worrying because I'm still not good and so I understand why F has a hard time talking to me. It's probably like walking on eggshells a lot of the time, poor guy. Good thing he loves me.
SweetSue
SweetSue
And there's no doubt that he does love you. MUAH!
sweet sue, do you think topicals would/could help the restless legs? wish i had some now but it will be a few months until i can get some or ?make some. it sure would help while i finally get to the end of opiods!......thanks for any ideas/help : )
maryfairy
SweetSue
SweetSue
I don't know of anyone who's tried it for restless leg Mary, but by gosh, I'd give it a try. The topical oil I make is 2 cups of grape seed oil to 16 grams of high-THC buds. That stuff does just about anything.

I can send you a small bit if you'd like to try. I'll be making a new batch sometime this week and I can order more small containers for easy transport of creams. Hey, it's worth a try, don't you think?
SweetSue
SweetSue
That's at absolutely no cost to you.
SweetSue
SweetSue
And that was 16 grams of dried buds. Lol!
thanks for your input. i do always look to my flowers, bees, birds etc no matter how shi**y i feel. i am not completely off the morphine. it was so easy to go from 180mg/day to 120, 60, 30 but to do 15 mg twice a day is tough. i'm trying to drop one 15 so i am almost there. sometimes i feel so much older than my mother and she is practically 95, ugh!!! waiting for july to go to Massachusetts to do some shopping, hehehe! my plants will not be ready for some time to make oil, or do it fresh like ? you did, maybe it was somewhere else i saw it, seemed like a good way without potential for fire or explosions : ) i am being quite the chatty cathy. time to try to sleep, the legs don't feel to restless at the moment.
Hi All... it's Darlene, Merley's daughter. Mom passed away on Friday the 13th at 10:30pm. She fought right till the end and the day before she passed she told me ... "I'm going to beat this" . I want to thank all of you for helping me and chatting with me during this horrible time. I'm grateful for the time you spent answering my questions and offering me any help you were able to offer. I want to say with out this support I probably would have fallen apart a lot sooner. You helped me stay strong and care for my mom until the end. God Bless all of you .xo
i'm not so good at figuring out how to post directly to someone so i guess i'll do it here-where ever that is : ) so, to sweet sue- my pain is chronic for the past 20+ years. i have been on opiods the whole time. since i retired (early) i was determined to see if i could get off all the narcs, and i was on a lot. i took dilaudid and ultram for breakthrough pain, and morphine er daily- 180 mg daily for years. it did make life tolerable when i had to work. i have fibromyalgia, myofascial pain, severe arthritis in my lower back, and occasional knee/elbow issues r/t arthritis, trauma, and partial meniscus tear. 2017 i had surgery on both feet to treat the arthritis that made walking difficult--which thank god it did work. i had a L rotator cuff repair the same year as well as a hemangioma removal of the L great toe. i think the restless legs are exacerbated by withdrawal of sorts. anyways, things have been rough. the only reason i could retire early was because my husband died in 2010. i just want to walk around my yard in peace, relatively pain-free, to look at my babies-flowers and plants, birds and butterflies---nothing would make me happier. it would be nice to do some raking every once in a while. oh, yeah, the reason i think topical will work great for me is that when i was still on the opiods, i had a medical marijuana card, i tried almost everything, spent a lot of money. out of frustration r/t spending all that money and nothing working- i cut open a vape cartridge, removed what oil i could, mixed it w/lavender oil to thin it and some lotion---then i applied it to my elbow and within seconds the pain i had moving my elbow disappeared. i did it whenever i needed it for a few days, then i had no more pain for weeks. that was last year and only now is my elbow beginning to act up again. well, i guess i rambled on long enough, i would like to say thank you to all that replied to me with love, suggestions & ideas, and support.
maryfairy
Bonsaiweed
Bonsaiweed
The best way to include someone to see your post is to put the @ symbol in front of their name like: @SweetSue
SweetSue
SweetSue
Well..... Lost that entire message I composed for you Mary.

So sorry you're having so much frustration with dispensary prices. :5::5::5: This is precisely why we encourage growing your own, if possible. I can't believe how easy it was to begin growing for my own use.

Anyway, as you discovered, a decent topical can be a godsend. If you're looking for guidance in making a potent topical I'd suggest Magnus8's topicals study hall over in the Medical Marijuana Firum, the Methods of Medication sub-forum.

How fortuitous that in your exasperation you broke that vape pen open. I'd suggest you find or make a potent topical and use it constantly and everywhere. The creams are life changers IMO. It can be the way to getting you out there in your garden. You already know the feeling of doing so pain free, and it's that feeling you hold onto and hold firm to in the face of anything else. Then watch it come to be. :4:

I was able to retire when my husband died too. Took me a while to get used to that idea.

Are you off the opioids Mary?
I grew up in a good home in NJ.Marijuana was very opposed in my household.My mom found rolling papers in my room and wanted to send me to a rehab.I've been smoking marijuana since I was 18 and now I'm going on 51.For the first 20 years I smoked for recreation but now I smoke for medicinal purposes because I have MS.I met my 2nd wife 14 yrs ago and it a match made from Heaven.She too suffers medically wise with Fibro,RA and other chronic pain diseases. We live in NJ and are finally going to see a medical marijuana Dr very soon.Its been along time coming and cant wait for that adventure to begin.We both are disabled and help each other out when the time is needed.I'm so glad I found 420 and allready have meet some cool people.Thats my story and keep puffing my Friends.
Icemann420
Icemann420
Well hello there mr Jim it's nice to see like minded people in conversation about my passion of growing my own meds Welcome to 420 magazine
J
Jim 2112
High Icemann,nice to meet U as well.Marijuana and I have been friends for along time and I don't see that friendship ending any time soon,lol.Thanks for the welcome jester and look forward with talking to U.