The most common body parts that chronic pain can occur are in the head, joints, back, stomach, sinuses, neck, pelvis and other specific parts of the body that might be injured. Conditions in which chronic pain is common include, but are not limited to, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and fibromyalgia.
Best Method of Ingestion for This Condition
Medical marijuana is widely known, and has been for thousands of years, to help with chronic pain. These days prominent health organizations acknowledge the benefits and lack of side effects of marijuana when treating people with chronic pain. Instead of using opiate pain pills, with highly addictive properties, bad side-effects and pain relieving effects that wear off as people develop a tolerance over time. Medical marijuana helps people deal with non-stop pain and still function better through the day without the unwanted side-effects from pain pills.
The best method of ingestion to deal with chronic pain is most likely smoking or vaporizing. One study found that three puffs a day of medical marijuana could help relieve chronic nerve damage pain significantly. Further, users who smoke weed will be able to control the dosage throughout the day and won’t have to wait to feel the relieving effects from edibles.
Disclaimer: Chronic pain is a condition characterized by severe pain that lasts longer than 6 months. Chronic and severe pain is a Nevada approved medical marijuana condition. See a list of all state-approved medical marijuana conditions. (8/15/16)