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u/WhoWho22222 · 1 pointr/CBD

One recommendation for sleep is this:

It's not CBD, but it's amazing stuff. It was recommended to me for my back issues. It hasn't done a thing for my back pain, but I haven't slept this well since I was a kid!

I wish you the best. I've heard lots of good things about CBD for MS. My dad had MS. I wish that this was a known thing when he was around, but he's long gone now.

For some good brands to try, see the companies in the sidebar. A lot of us use them and have had good results for our various maladies.

u/ital-is-vital · 10 pointsr/CBD

The way we are typically educated to have sex is based on high levels of tension and excitement in a way that is thrilling, but not really deeply satisfying. As you learn to really relax, some of the 'normal' ways of doing things may no longer suit you.

When I got to this 'problem' I learned tantric sex, it is a relaxed non-doing style of lovemaking that seeks to build sexual and emotional connection with yourself and your partner.

In that context being relaxed, present and not chasing orgasm is an advantage, rather than a problem. When orgasm does occur, it relies much less on muscle tension and still feels lovely. Since this method builds a lot of sexual feelings between you and your partner, it tends to be an add-on to'normal sex' rather than replacing it ;)

I enjoyed 'The Heart of Tantric Sex' by Diana Richardson.

u/gestaltswitch86 · 2 pointsr/CBD

Anytime. Anxiety feeds off of those "what if" thoughts. Honestly, the single best thing I probably did was buy this book and practice the steps it offers for dealing with anxiety. It even addresses exactly the fear that you're bringing up about heart rate and has some good tips for how to think about it, so that you can get back to living.

I did that a lot a while back, and found that checking my pulse (made so easy by my smartwatch) had me thinking about it a lot, and the more attention you pay to it, the more you worry, and the more you worry, the more you increase your anxiety, which causes your heart rate to go up... It's just a horrible, vicious cycle. So whenever I do notice it being fast (because that can be kind of hard to ignore) I just follow the advice in the book and try to remind myself that my heart is an incredibly strong muscle, and it is designed for that and so much more. And, in another context like working out my pulse would hit that or higher, and I wouldn't feel any anxiety about it - because I was trying to get my heart rate up. So whenever I do get those random spikes, or it becomes noticable, I just try to think about the fact that if I were at the gym, I wouldn't think twice about it being at 120, or even 180. Especially because you've ruled out everything else (I did all of that as well - hooray unnecessary EKGs!), then following some steps to frame how you think about and respond to those symptoms might be a good first step for getting out of that vicious cycle.



u/FightDragonGetGold · 3 pointsr/CBD

You sound like an awesome father. Your son is lucky to have you. My son has a sensory processing disorder and he is considered a "explosive child." Doctors think he might be on the spectrum. I am happy your son is able to attend ABA therapy. One thing that helped me with my 5 year old was this book:

This book also helped me to understand how frustration and not being able to deal with dissapointment was at the heart of some of his anger:


I also started to give him CBD gummiest. I only give him 3 mg. His explosive anger has greatly subsided. He is a different kid. He still has major meltdowns but I would say they have been reduced by 40% in frequency and intensity. Other people have posted on the CBD with kids issue. If you use the search function you can find some of those threads.

Good luck to you. please report back if you decide to use CBD with your child. I am sure there are other parents who would like to know more.

u/nelsyr2 · 3 pointsr/CBD

Im currently have a proffesor that is autistic and has done a lot of research on it.

First, some short pieces of my own writing...

Next, some videos...

My friend Steve Silberman, journalist and autism historian:

A 2007 video that was one of the earliest public statements by a nonspeaking autistic activist:

Spectrum, a 23-minute documentary featuring a few autistic folks including my nonspeaking poet friend Tito and me:

My advice for parents of autistic children:

And here are some book recommendations...

The Real Experts, a short book of autistic writings for parents of autistic kids:

The ABCs of Autism Acceptance, another 101-level book for parents and others:

Plankton Dreams, a lovely brief childhood memoir by nonspeaking poet Tito Mukhopadhyay:

Diverse Bodies, Diverse Practices, a book on somatics and diversity that includes a chapter by me on autistic embodiment:

Authoring Autism, the definitive scholarly critique of the dominant discourses on autism:

u/Sally_C · 2 pointsr/CBD

I would think it would depend on how much, and how often, you were taking it. Perhaps your body composition as well since it would be fat soluble, and how diluted/concentrated your urine was.

Using a drug test from Amazon is a good idea, imho, because you can find out how much you can take before you test positive. They look pretty reasonably priced too. I found this 15 pack for $10.50

u/thecbdboutique · 1 pointr/CBD

The Gemini 20 Milligram Scale is a pretty excellent option. It weighs down to the mg and is usually pretty accurate +/- ~5mg.

u/chill_lounge · 2 pointsr/CBD

Currently reading a book on combining both...Mindful Marijuana User. It's not bad besides the occasional typo/grammatical error and the author continuously referring to cannabis with antiquated street names like 'grass' and 'pot' in what is supposed to be a clinical book on the subject. Besides those distractions the book is pretty good and I used some of the ideas last night with some success.

u/ophelia917 · 3 pointsr/CBD

For the VG, I picked up this one and while a shot glass would work, I have one of these measuring cups floating around that I use.

I make a bain marie - that is, I set a small pot of water over low heat with a small heat proof bowl set inside with more water in that. The water comes to the 60 ML mark on the glass. I use a baking scale (or a drug scale...ha. one that measure down to .01g) to measure my CBD into the glass and then top with just enough PG to cover. I set it in the waiting water bath.

The goal of the water bath is to keep it around 140*f. You want it just shimmering and giving off a bit of steam & that's all you need. In about 15 mins, the isolate will disolve into the PG. I like to agitate (usually swirl around a bit) to make sure it's fully combined.)

I usually add up to the 30-40 ML mark with my juice and swirl it around again to combine and let it heat for 15 mins or so, until it's no longer cloudy. It stays better blended this ways. I've had some juices completely break down without this step.

Finally, I add to the 60-65 ML line, let it soak for another 5 minutes, give it a good swirl and then transfer to a unicorn bottle. Once it cools off some, I cap it off and it's good to go.

u/anatolysp · 1 pointr/CBD

I am using hemp gummies with melatonin before sleep for 2 months now. They have 5mg of melatonin and 25 mg hemp isolate - to me effect the same as with CBD. I use 2 gummies at a time, and it is more than enough for me, maybe you need more so you should lookg for those crazy ones with 30,000 :) .

Gummies I use help me fall asleep fast and keeps me in deep sleep for long, I wake up fully rested. This brand works well for me, though I wish they had 90 gummies per bottle, as I need to re-order quite frequently.

u/II3D · 1 pointr/CBD

CBD definitely reduced sebum production, and I look very clear atm. It wasn't even the effect I was looking for.

If you wanted to go the route of making your own from isolate, could do something like:

Isolate, cheapest atm are phytodabs or cbdistillery

u/coolguy-FqEZKjFqPGwM · 1 pointr/CBD

I use this 'un

I use it a few times a week. The only con is that the measurement "sticks" a bit with increments less than 5mg. What I mean is, if you are adding 1mg at a time, the display might not change, and then it will change up by 5mg when you have added 5mg. So, while it does technically have 1mg precision, if you really really need 1mg accuracy you might want to double check.

Other than that, it's been great.

u/ICanHeal · 2 pointsr/CBD

Yes CBD might help.

But you also need to learn to get your situation specific anxiety under control psychologically.

I highly recommend the book "Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks" --

It's a very easy read, can get through it in a couple hours - and the psychological technique it teaches it a really, truly effective at vaporizing this sort of anxiety.

u/albaniax · 3 pointsr/CBD

I found one Vitam E Liquid bottle on Amazon which got sold a lot.

Amazon has just deleted it, could pull a screenshot from Google Cache:

Would they have used something like this to mix with DIY thc vapes?

u/snootysnout49 · 2 pointsr/CBD

I bought the world's tiniest damn measuring spoon:

I fill it halfway or a little under halfway, which is honestly a little harder than it sounds. Definitely considering buying an affordable scale.

u/Odo1969 · 1 pointr/CBD

Some people say it helps. It's not expensive. Maybe worth a try.

Lily of The Desert Organic Aloe Vera Juice, Whole Leaf, 128 Fluid Ounce

u/sal9002 · 2 pointsr/CBD

500/10 = 50 doses. So either you need to be very exacting in measuring volume and divide the 500 into 50 equal volume doses, or you need to get a scale that you can measure 10mg with. Example

u/SativaSammy · 1 pointr/CBD

For ultimate peace of mind, do what I did:

Buy an isolate dropper from Infinite and a 15 pack of THC drug tests from Amazon

I've been taking this CBD for over a week and tested myself twice. Both tests were negative.

u/jwthrowaway01 · 1 pointr/CBD

This one:

I know it's a negative it's just odd because I've never smoked weed there shouldn't be any thc in my system

u/Joey-T99 · 2 pointsr/CBD

Ignore my post. I just reread your question, and it is about hair tests, not urine tests.
From what I have read, hair tests are much more sensitive. I believe THC can be detected in hairs for up to 90 days.


As mentioned before, buy a THC Urine Test kit.

I purchased a 50ng and 20ng test kit on Amazon, out of curiosity. I am retired and don't need to pass a drug test.

Here are links to what I bought. There may be better deals/products, so look around.

I have been vaping four different vape pens with the following CBD/THC content.
1:1, 3:1, 4:1, and 10:1

These vape pens have a lot more THC than a Hemp CBD product, which I believe has no more than 0.3% THC (almost nothing).
But some folks have reported failing a drug test using the Hemp CBD. So you need to be concerned.

For about 30 days I was smoking these different vape products about every other day. On the days I would vape, I would vape about 2 to 3 times a day.

I then tried the 50ng urine test, which I failed.
I then stopped vaping for about 7 days and tried the test again.
This time I passed.
I waited a few days more, and tried the 20ng, which I also passed.

So, IMO, if you don't vape for 7 days or more, you should likely pass a 50ng test, and maybe a 20ng test.
But you need to test yourself to be sure.

u/CannaConsults · 2 pointsr/CBD

Holy shit bro, I don't even know where to start with this.

  1. Med/Rec Cannabis and Med/Ind Hemp are two VERY DIFFERENT things.
  2. The FDA is the agency STOPPING companies from making false claims.
  3. CBD is not prescribed by any doctor, unless it is Sativex, Dronabinol, or Epidiolex, it can be purchased over the counter.
  4. There is anecdotal evidence going back for decades on CBD, thousands of years for cannabis as a whole plant.
  5. CBD has been legal, depending on your definition, since 2014 as an exclusion created in the 2014 farm bill.
  6. CBD was fully removed from the schedule and classified as its own substance and clarified as separate from cannabis in the 2018 farm bill, CBD comes mostly from the medical hemp varieties.
    Have you looked into CECD?
    Clinical EndoCannabinoid Deficiency = "Migraine, fibromyalgia, IBS and related conditions display common clinical, biochemical and pathophysiological patterns that suggest an underlying clinical endocannabinoid deficiency that may be suitably treated with cannabinoid medicines."
    This study did not even include other diseases such as Diabetes, and Glaucoma or illnesses such as TBI, HIV, and PTSD. Most CBD products are "snake oil" simply because they put so LITTLE CBD if any into their products.

    Here is something deep to think about, could you wrap your mind around the lumber, oil, pharmaceutical, and police industries not wanting the cure to "almost everything" to be available so they used their ridiculous influence on the FDA and the DEA to keep cannabis illegal to further their own profit over the lives of us "common folk"?
    If you'd like to learn more, I wrote a book about it.