In New Mexico recreational cannabis is legal.
Medical cannabis has been legal for years. I had a medical cannabis card in 2017. I tried it and what I ingested made me feel very dizzy.
Both my son and my rheumatologist have encouraged me to try again. For the last month I have read quite a bit about RA and cannabis. Since I don’t care to smoke or vape cannabis, gummies seem to be a good choice. I also use Hemp Cream which helps.
Currently, I use the following:
Wyld Strawberry Gummies, hybrid, 20:1; 20mg CBD:1mg THC in each gummy.; I take half of a gummy in the morning and half in the evening. Goal reduce pain and inflammation.
Wana Quick Gummies, hybrid, 1:1, 10mg CBD and 10 mg THC in each gummy. I take a third in the morning, a third in the afternoon, and a third in the evening.
Strawberry Kiwi Galactic Gummies, sativa,10mg THC in each gummy. I cut these in four, I use these when I need more than the above.
All these gummies are from established companies with excellent quality control. New Mexico has high standards for its labs and dispensaries. The cannabis industry is established here.
Cannabis is helping my rheumatoid arthritis.
I am still in the testing stage. I would like a balance of THC and CBD. They complement each other. I would like to know a lot more.
I don’t know if you are familiar with the endocannabinoid system within our bodies. Sounds like science fiction. Discovered in the 90s. Neurotransmitters. Somewhere in the knowledge of cannabis and the endocannabinoid system, lies the solution for my rheumatoid arthritis.