I highly recommend MJ for autoimmune hypothyroidism:D....I feel epic and symptom free:D

one of my friends got me some organic coconut oil plate infused with MJ. and one little triangle of the stuff makes you high for like 2 days. I felt all my pains go away, My fatigue is there but its manageable! I feel very nice and mellow. The symptoms of feeling exhausted and weak is gone! I have been eating better too with this combination.

I am going to carry on with this! I do believe this will help with my auto immune inflammation too combined with my diet that I am working on.

your body needs cannibinoids as your you have endocannibinoid receptors and they help with the healing process of your condition!

I am planning on getting my TPO anti bodies checked in 2 weeks time. I got mine done yesterday.

hell! its even helped with my numbness in my toes too:D

highly recommend weed!

get it legalized!!!!

Cannabis medications aren't yet legal for use in the UK so if anyone wants to share or discuss sources on where to obtain it please do so via private messages, thank you.

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  • Flashinthepan, glad it's making you feel mellow and good. You might find some recipes for Brownies in Gluten Free Chat (pinned on the right) for when you get the munchies later. ;)

  • oh got them sorted out lol:D I am doing my gluten free now. :) so I will be making that a regular thing now:D along with my vitamins and diet too.

    Its helping my appetite because for the past 3 or so years, I have not been eating properly at all! Hell ! there were times where I had to go without and even struggled to eat a slice of toast. Now I am stuffing my face with fruit and vegetables and good stuff.

  • Hi Flashinthepan, I don't know anything about MJ except that it relieves the symptoms of MS, which coincidentally closely mimic B12 def. and it is, therefore, often misdiagnosed.

    I'm just worried that, looking through your posts, your symptoms - especially the psychological and numbness and tingling - could be early neurological signs of B12 deficiency, which my sister also had, and it would seem that supplementing is not enough and you may need injections urgently before they become irreversible.

    Autoimmune thyroid problems, B12 and D deficiencies are usually interlinked (my sister has severe B12 def. & we both have autoimmune thyroid disease) and they impact on all the systems of the body, especially the thyroid - it is also possible that adequate B12 treatment could improve your thyroid problem.

    Doctors are generally not up to date with the latest research guidelines on diagnosis and treatment for B12 deficiency, and you have to be prepared to research and fight your corner or self treat as the serum B12 tests are seriously flawed and unreliable, which you probably already know. It might be worth just pointing out to your GP the summary points of the latest research document Cmim BMJ- A.A. Hunt B12 :

    Cmim/BMJ document. " Summary:

    * Vitamin B12 deficiency is a common but serious condition

    * Clinical presentation may not be obvious thus leading to complex issues around diagnosis and treatment.

    * There is no ideal test to define deficiency and therefore the clinical condition of the patient is of utmost importance."

    * There is evidence that new techniques, such as measurement of holotranscobalamin and methylmalonic acid levels seem useful in more accurately defining deficiency.

    * If clinical features suggest deficiency, then it is important to treat patients to avoid neurological impairment even if there may be discordance between test results and clinical features.

    Severe deficiency shows evidence of bone marrow suppression, clear evidence of neurological features and risk of cardiomyopathy.

    It is important to recognise that clinical features of deficiency can manifest without anaemia and also without low serum vitamin B12 levels. In these cases, treatment should still be given without delay."

    Very Best wishes

  • I am supplementing with Methyl B12 lozenges at 10,000 mg and high doses of vitamin D over 5000 i.u a day.

    but ok i will take your suggestions for that thanks hun:D

  • Just looked at your original B12 test and it was low compared with latest information.. "The B12 Deficiency Survival Handbook", written by Dr Aqsa Ghazanfar, and "Could it be B12" both have information on tests and this is an extract from the latter:

    "we believe that the 'normal' serum B12 threshold needs to be raised from 200 pg/ml to at least 450 pg/ml because deficiencies begin to appear in the cerebrospinal fluid below 550".

    "For brain and nervous system health and prevention of disease in older adults, serum B12 levels should be maintained near or above 1000 pg/ml."

  • I took mine recently and getting my results next week too.

  • :) That's good but still keep in mind the last paragraph of The BMJ research document above - my sister's serum test result was over 1000 but she was still severely deficient - made an amazing recovery on injections (tablets did not help) but still has memory problems.

    Sorry, do not mean to detract from you feeling good at the moment ! Glad you do.

  • its ok girl:D I understand:D:D:D:

    This is the first time in 3 years since I have felt soooo goodd:D:D:D:D

    I seriously believe we should legalize this!!!

  • I havent tried this yet but have been seriously tempted. I believe everything was put on this planet for a reason and it is true we have receptors for cannibinoids in our brains. I have worked with clients suffering chronic pain from spinal conditions and have been helped enormously by mj. I think its time for a lot more research on the benefits rather than condemning the miss-use.

  • yeah absolutely:D if i were you go for it! its less harmful than crap you get in the pharmacy such as anti depressents and so on. you die from that than on weed.

  • Pardon my ignorance but what is MJ? I keep thinking of Michael Jackson lol..

  • Jacqui its Marijuana and its been given bad press for many reasons. I think in some ways Michael Jackson could have been more harmful (allegedly) lol

  • lol yeah weed gets a bad rap! its really good and its the missing link in medicine to get us better.

  • Ha ha brilliant!!

  • marijuanna ,cannabis,grass,weed,hashish

  • I've never found it helped much with pain, just used to make me giggle helplessly, and cough, and then go to sleep. But perhaps smoking it wasn't the right way to go...

  • best if you eat the stuff and wait one hour and you will get the benefit from it. Its definitely having an affect on me too:D It does help with the sluggish adrenals too:D

  • here is a website about a guy called kubby who survived adrenal cancer and used MJ:D kubby.com/

  • Thank you, flash, I'll have a look at that later. I'm all for legalising the stuff, it could benefit so many people.

  • it worked miracles for me when i had severe pms. I went from an angry witch to a floating angel in no time at all!!!

  • yeah its brilliant:) GET IT LEGALIZED MAN!!!!

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