Lyme disease has been a source of debate for several years. Many medical professionals misdiagnose the condition, and others believe it is psychological. Lyme disease manifests itself in various ways, with so many terrible and excruciating symptoms that it is frequently misdiagnosed as multiple sclerosis, chronic tiredness, lupus, or a mental health problem.
Infection with Lyme disease is caused by a bacteria belonging to the genus Borrelia, which is spread by ticks. In addition to having double-membrane envelopes that make them difficult to trace and destroy, spirochetes are composed of around 40 per cent DNA. They appear to conceal themselves in deep tissue and change their shapes to conceal their identity.
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They’re similar to the bacteria that causes syphilis in that Lyme disease affects the nervous system, the brain, and the rest of the body.
The experience of going through the medical system while suffering from Lyme disease is similar to being a ball in an old-fashioned pinball machine. Being on antibiotics indefinitely increases the likelihood of significant adverse events or, at the very least, reduces one’s immunity, which opens the door to a slew of other difficulties.
All of this is without definitive treatment. Cannabis, on the other hand, offers a great deal of optimism right now.
Successes with cannabis and Lyme disease
Two options are available to effectively treat Lyme disease with cannabis. controlling symptoms well with marijuana smoking or entirely reversing the condition using cannabis oil. Few people are familiar with cannabis oil, developed by Rick Simpson a few years ago. Rick has stated that the majority of the medicinal properties of cannabis are lost in the combustion process.
When Alexis was diagnosed with late-stage Lyme illness, she used marijuana to manage her symptoms rather than using medicines to relieve her symptoms. She had been on antibiotics for an extended period, causing damage to her gastrointestinal tract and the need to be hospitalized with hemorrhagic colitis.
Weaning her off the antibiotics was followed by using various strong pain medications that were scarcely helpful while putting her in a weakened emotional condition. After that, she experimented with marijuana.
That routine took care of most of her sickness, allowed her to eat enough to keep from wasting away, let her sleep better, and alleviated her pain while lifting her spirits. She believes that marijuana has been the most effective treatment for her Lyme condition.
The following is what Alexis wrote: “While in the hospital, I’ve needed to have morphine or lorazepam administered through an IV to have the same results as smoking two grammes of cannabis on my sofa in a fraction of the time.” Alexis, on the other hand, is seeking a long-term answer.
Some have developed a treatment for Lyme disease that involves using cannabis oil. A highly concentrated product, cannabis oil is extracted and reduced from vast amounts of cannabis that contain an excellent THC balance and other cannabinoids. Cannabis oil is used to treat a variety of ailments.
Medical marijuana has been increasingly available in jurisdictions that have legalized it for medical purposes. However, if you search on the internet, you will find it to be available “underground.” This is the substance that has been used to treat cancer recently.
Shelly White’s Lyme disease had become so devastating that she had been suffering from at least ten seizures per day for a year and a half at the time of her diagnosis. In the beginning, she smoked marijuana with a pipe but soon converted to inhaling it through an electronic vaporizer. Her seizures had stopped entirely as a result of that. Then she decided to take her cannabis oil use to the next level.
It took her a month of treatment with the oil before she was ready to return to work and school. When she was writing her account, she was delighted to reveal that she would move out and live independently and maintain an everyday social life.
Pamela Baily and Lisa Sikes, two Lyme disease patients who have been utilizing cannabis oil to treat their illness, were interviewed for a podcast called “High Noon” on the internet radio network.