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Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome

Discussion in 'Medical Discussion' started by Nosferatu, Nov 30, 2012.

  1. C No Ego

    C No Ego Well-Known Member

    yeah, just focus on using amounts that help you ... do not just keep inhaling active lipophilic cannabis compounds all day long for a high... your response to satiety is modulated ( munchies)... this tells you to turn on hunger or turn it off... toggling that Leptin/ grehlin response can make it not work as well over time hence some people start to upchuck. Extreme Munchie signals
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  2. wormraper

    wormraper Well-Known Member

    LOL. I'm definitely not an all-day toker. I tend to get good and high about two to three times a week at most for a few hours each session and just sit and get baked in front of the TV. I don't sit and wake and bake all day
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  3. invertedisdead

    invertedisdead High Standards

    The Full Spectrum
    You're fine :tup:
  4. OldNewbie

    OldNewbie Well-Known Member


    The idea that CHS is caused by the activation of this noxious pain signaling channel is further supported by its treatments. While TRPV1 answers this fairly conclusively, the other remedy is a dopamine inhibitor. Neurological responses to your immune system and environmental conditions occur through TRP channels, which are strengthened by ACH, a molecule that compensates dopamine. Pinene will help prevent ACH’s degradation which means it will make CHS worse. Caryophyllene, on the other hand, is known to inhibit dopamine by activating the CB2 receptor, so it is likely caryophyllene will help relieve CHS symptoms. Aside from dopamine inhibition, CHS is a condition that causes THC to pit the neurological system against the immune system, turning the body into an internal warzone that can only be extinguished by fire.

    Some have kept themselves in a shower so hot for so long they became dehydrated and worse. There are reports of failed kidneys due to the intensity of the hot water. Abstinence to cannabis is a must, but caryophyllene may help, if it does not make it worse that is. We will explain how legal weed may be supporting evidence for caryophyllene’s benefit, and take a deeper dive into dopamine’s relationship with CHS.​

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