Posted on November 3, 2021 by admin — 30 CommentsCannabis and MS: Expert Advice on Medical Marijuana Cannabis and MS! In this video, we invite an expert to share his advice on Medical Marijuana and Multiple Sclerosis. Where to find Austin online: email: … source Post navigationPrevious post: Report links most climate change denial on Facebook to 10 publicationsNext post: Royal Cbd frasco 30 ml unboxing #royalcbd #unboxing #cbdoil #cbd 30 thoughts on “Cannabis and MS: Expert Advice on Medical Marijuana” Hackett November 3, 2021 Very informative! 😊 I live in Virginia and they have made medical cannabis legal but are years delayed in making it available. How can I acquire a tincture of cannabis? I’m sure I’m not the only one wondering this. I was convinced when I heard about a good nights sleep and less spasticity. Reply andrieak November 3, 2021 Is there a way you can be my dr!!!! Reply Siouxsie November 3, 2021 I find this really interesting and informative. I developed a phobia of even being around cannabis due to bad experiences. I am sick to death of adding medication after medication that do nothing for pain or sleep. I am at the stage and I never thought I would be to try med M with a low thc because cbd on it's own does absolutely nothing for me and is so expensive. In Ireland there isn't the option though. Reply Flapkatt November 3, 2021 MD denied opioids for chronic pain. I get that. But that means when I test positive for THC and cannabinoids that whole ding-dong decision falls back to him. Weed might not help everyone with pain per se, but it does distract me. Muscle spasms fade, PN eases up, the hug takes a break from crushing my torso, and the overall effect is positive. Therefore, thanks to VA docs for telling chronic pain patients their MS pain isn't real. Follow up like California (and other states) and legalize the crap out of it. Go ahead and test me. IDC. Reply Janice Corder November 3, 2021 Please keep talking about cannabis. It helps me so much with MS. It helps me with sleep,anxiety,appetite and definitely my mood. I loved this video ♥️ Reply Luis Arroyo November 3, 2021 What are ur thoughts on zeposia. I’m seeing it reduces loss of brain mass in MS. Reply YT La Mente Ajena November 3, 2021 Love Aaron Boster Reply Marlene Mansell November 3, 2021 I have a bad gait and my walking is off if it was'nt for the walking l think.l would feel nornal Reply Marlene Mansell November 3, 2021 I have MS what can l take that helps me with the pain Reply Marlene Mansell November 3, 2021 I wish we could stop this arrogant disease Reply Mag November 3, 2021 Very nice and informative video! Thank you for sharibg these detailed informations Reply gwen joplin November 3, 2021 I’m so glad dr that you have a person like Austin he is great I do have a question dizzyness and virtago r my main issue with muscle spasms which would be best to start with thanks so should I stay away I use to be a big stoner in the 70s Reply Brendan Austin November 3, 2021 As a man who is in your exact position medically, Everything you said is exactly how this wonderful plant helps me deal with my M.S everyday, Strength and Love to you fellow warrior ❤ Reply Jerri Taylor-Elkins November 3, 2021 Thank you Dr. B and Austin. I have been using cannabis routinely for about 2 years to combat my symptoms. It has been a wonderful experience EXCEPT for the ongoing misunderstandings and stigmas associated with its use. This is lessening as professionals become educated and outspoken about its usefulness. Reply lemonpeelangelfish November 3, 2021 Dr Boster a big thank you to you and Austin – so appreciate Austin’s insights and sharing his story and expertise! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Reply Alexandria Living with MS November 3, 2021 Thank you for sharing 🧡🩰🧡🧠🧡🧡🧡 Reply Eyes onFire November 3, 2021 Nice presentation Brothers!! Had MS officially 8 yrs..trace back about 20 or so.Growing fully organic to get them essential oils and terps.Autos an Photos.did a little caregiving a bit.cancer and MS.taught on a international forum for a few yrs as well. And its very helpful for mood.its paramount for that imho. pain it is helpful .but under professional care I have to say,imo. that my painkillers along with cannabis use (which I fully disclose to all doctors)had legal card all.just too expensive.its dumb.LOL but the synergistic and symbiotic effects for out weight the individual med usage with my experience and some 20 yrs with MS and no MS med..Insurace sux nicely.LOL I thoight your presentation was outstanding.Thank you muchly and be well guys. Reply Sandra November 3, 2021 Very informative. Thank you. Reply Paul Murray November 3, 2021 Is this a repeat? Austin's initial wave and intro seems familiar. 👋 Reply Philip James November 3, 2021 So I can only use CBD here in the UK (THC is available in rare cases for MS but you have to have gone through multiple conventional medications first which is frustrating because the side effects aren't as severe for cannabis related products vs things like gabapentin or amitriptyline – but this is besides my point). I take CBD in a capsule form because I was under the impression that the same mechanism that makes smoking bad for relapses is present in vaping – that it's less to do with nicotine consumption but a protein which damaged lung cells produce that can cause increased rates of relapse. Have I been mislead here? or is this one of the things where the increase rate of relapse is outweighed by the quality of life benefit? Reply Mohammed Hossain November 3, 2021 Hi Doctor B, I just want to add my 2 cents to this discussion. Although, marijuana has gotten more socially acceptable, I do not think it is tolerated well for me. Through out college, I smoked weed every chance I got. I was, quite literally, high for the past 5 years. “Pot head” Now I notice my MS symptoms (vertigo and walking difficulty) immediately increases when I am high. Part of me believes the holes in my brain were caused by my intense weed smoking. I have no scientific proof of this claim but just a hunch. I am fighting to quit smoking but it is difficult but I will continue to trying to stop 🛑. Best regards,Mohammed Reply Lori B November 3, 2021 Great information – thanks to you both! Reply Sabre2087 November 3, 2021 Canada making it legal nationwide has been a life saver. Reply Desire DeCove November 3, 2021 #SharingiscaringThis was such a great and educational vid-Ty Austen Reply Ginny Tilby November 3, 2021 My gf uses cannabis for chronic severe back pain and it's the ONLY thing that will take her pain to 0. It's been such a relief for her. Reply ruetoyou November 3, 2021 Had my first gummy and took 1/4 of one and felt nothing…went to sleep. Next time, I used a half of one and again…felt nothing. Next time, I just took a whole one and went to bed and watched tv. Within an hour or so, I started feeling so weird (I have never drunk alchohol or anything). My head felt heavy and dizzy and like I couldn’t focus my eyes very good and they felt…wobbly. I was limp as a noodle (and I am normally very spastic) and my mouth and eyes were SO dry! I was trying to figure out what in the world was wrong with me and I was starting to panic. Then it hit me! It is the gummy…and I am “medicated!” I busted out laughing and turned my light off and went to sleep. The next day…I had SO much energy!!!! And…this was just a Delta 8 gummy!! They are so expensive for me, so I only take a half of one (I backed off) when I have a really bad pain/spasm night but…it truly is helpful. I wish I could afford one every single night! Reply Robert Ure November 3, 2021 Thankyou for doing this one Dr Aaron, I'm definitely going to get the conversation going with my provider when I see them this month. Reply Paula Mieczkowski November 3, 2021 Take 3 hits off my pipe around 3-4 in the afternoon and it definitely helps carry me until bedtime when I take my baclofen for bed. Sometimes I take a couple hits just for the high to improve my mood. Kinda like a glass of wine or a beer. Reply Georgene P November 3, 2021 Q: I’m in NY, How do I get access to this medical marijuana? Reply Joanne Teggart November 3, 2021 Very informative. Thanks so much! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.