I Could Still Tell the Migraine Was There But...
Citation:   tripper. "I Could Still Tell the Migraine Was There But...: An Experience with Cannabis (exp44408)". Erowid.org. Jan 28, 2018. erowid.org/exp/44408

4 bowls smoked Cannabis (plant material)
    oral Codeine  
Migraine Meets Weed

A few days ago around 4:00pm I started getting a migraine, I could tell because my vision was starting to get all blurry and fish eyed. I then remembered I had some weed from the night before, I knew bud helped with muscle pains and cramps and headaches as well but I never really tried it for migraines. I decided I should test it out to see if it works by this time I was feeling the pain in my head. So I packed a bowl, and started smoking.

About 4 hits into the bowl I could already feel the pain reducing. When I finished the bowl I could still tell the migraine was there but the pain had eased up a lot. I then decided to take some tylenol 3 to help when the weed wears off. I could feel my high starting to go so I went back up to my room and smoked the rest of the bud. It was a good three bowls leaving me feeling pretty nice considering it did a really nice job of killing the pain. I still knew it was there considering my whole left hand went numb and my lips, which is normal for me when I get migraines but the pain was barely noticeable.

In conclusion pot is wicked for muscle cramps and migraines. I couldn't believe how good it actually worked I'm just glad I had that left over bud because my day could have been ruined if I didn't.


Exp Year: 2005ExpID: 44408
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Jan 28, 2018Views: 1,184
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