I appreciate you sharing this it is absolutely great to hear another person have success with the oil. Just to clarify this is a THIRD person having success with the oil right? It sounds awfully similar to the timeframes given by Accutaneispoison. Just want to make sure it is a different person (obviously if he wants to remain anonymous i don't need his name or anything). Appreciate it man
RSO stands for Rick Simpson Oil which is just another term for Cannabis Oil
You're a moron dude. For EVERYONE that takes it, accutane decreases frontal lobe activity by around 21%, decreases thyroid levels, decreases levels of DHT, and provides absolutely nothing beneficial other than poisoning your body so it can no longer produce acne. Most people probably don't feel much different immediately but that doesn't change the fact that the stuff is absolutely terrible for you.
And you've been on the propeciahelp website. Do you just read threads of people dealing with medical issues for fun? Might want to get a real hobby pal.
Sorry to hear about that Haley. Unfortunately i have heard about accutane causing MS and you can find similar stories by a google search. However, Cannabis Oil is very effective in treating MS as you can see in the video below.
Yeah I have a hard time putting muscle on too. Creatine increases the conversion of testosterone to DHT so not only does it help put muscle on that way, it also puts water into your muscles to look bigger as well. If anything it definitely helped my confidence a little bit.
I didn't notice my skin or hair getting drier although it was actually 3 years ago so I can't really remember for sure. I don't think so though. And yes you have to drink a lot of water while you take it.
I know acne sucks and i remember feeling just like you did but I would gladly take my acne back any day of the week if it meant I never took this stuff. I actually still have acne (not as bad) but i literally just don't care about it at all anymore. Having severe problems puts it in perspective. Even if people don't "feel" like they got side effects Accutane decreases brain function and lowers important hormone levels. Not worth it.
If you have cystic acne you may want to look into something called nicotinamide. It's a pill made of vitamins that cured my cystic acne after I came off of Accutane. I don't think they make it anymore but there may be similar products out there. Or you could just buy the niacin and zinc that it is made of and see how that works for you. Also you may want to look into a facial wash with CBD in it. Apparently something that may help our side effects is also the cure for acne as it destroys the bacteria that causes it.
I took creatine a couple years ago. Didn't help or hurt my sides but I did get pretty ripped from it. You do have to drink a lot of water while you're taking it and it's better if you're working out a lot while taking it.
Did you seriously come on here just to say this? What a joke you are. We're here trying to REPAIR the damage this drug has done to us. It hasn't been 226 pages of people saying they're going to sue the drug company. And no, permanent sexual dysfunction is not listed in the possible side effects. Neither is permanent skin problems, digestive problems, or permanent hair loss many people here have. No idea what you're trying to accomplish with your post but if you don't have anything helpful to say to us you really don't need to be on here.
Is your brain "feeling refreshed" permanent or was that only while you were under the influence of CBD? I'm curious if CBDs normalizing brain function is permanent or if it is just while it is in your system. Although I believe it is said to actually repair the brain and cause a physiological change in it so it should be a permanent effect. It may take a hell of a lot of those dew drops you're taking to get that effect though. Also I'm not sure why a few drops would be putting you on your ass when that is a very low dose of CBD and low doses are stimulating.
I saw that study regarding "long term" CBD usage causing anxiety and in the study they only gave the rats CBD for 2 weeks so I don't really understand how that can be indicative of long term usage. I have read that too high a dose of CBD causes anxiety though. I don't think it would be a problem with us because in studies they gave people 600 mg of CBD and saw a reduction of anxiety so I'm not sure how much it would take for it to become anxiogenic.
He wasn't just eating clean, he was also carb backloading which is supposedly good for hormone levels (although I haven't researched it yet, just going by what they're saying on that forum). I think taking androhard was probably key to his recovery as well as he claims it help him get his 5 alpha reductase enzymes working properly again. Unfortunately they no longer make androhard but there are similar products out there. If I were to try his regimen I would follow it exactly as I think everything he did contributed to his recovery.
So some guy on the propeciahelp.com forum named CDnuts recovered 100% from all of his sides (sexual, neurological, numbness) with an exercise and diet protocol and a bunch of supplements to help return hormone function back to normal. I'd heard of him on that forum but I just read the thread last night and it seems like a plausible way to recover. Worth a read. Just thought I would point out that it IS possible to fully recover from this. Also good to know there is another thing on the checklist to try if need be.
I would just like to point out that any oil you purchase online is going to be extremely weak compared to Rick Simpson Oil. If you get an RSO with a 1:1 ratio of CBD to THC you will be taking 500 mg of CBD and 500 mg of THC per day. Bamdaze with that oil you got had a total of 10 ml of 2.6% CBD and barely any THC. In my opinion it is just wasting money unless you can get the real thing which has had proven results for us.
According to the article I'll post below, raw cannabis has lots of medical benefits but it does not activate the endocannabinoid system. There doesn't seem to be much available information on whether raw cannabis is as beneficial as heated cannabis.