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Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome

Updated: Dec 29, 2022

Isolates do not perform consistently, can even harm, but wholeplant meds still work.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) is recurrent nausea, vomiting, and cramping abdominal pain that can occur due to prolonged, high-dose cannabis use. These symptoms may be relieved temporarily by taking a hot shower or bath.

We've met hundreds of Cannabis Hyperemesis cases over the years, and heard from area ER nurses stating they've seen as many. It does not have a code classification in the Medicare system so actual numbers are unknown, but we do know one thing: it is caused by continual ingestion of cannabis isolate edibles, sometimes exacerbated additionally by concentrates smoking.

Cannabis isolate edibles comprise 99% of the edibles market. The human body avoids absorbing isolated unnatural molecules, and will eventually provide increasing and very unpleasant reactions to the same. It is thought that this digestive lining reaction is rooted in the body avoiding metal content in free range drinking water.

Equally challenging to the ingestion of isolate anything, cannabis included, is the challenge of achieving consistent results. When absorption is inconsistent at best, managing dosage becomes impossible. It is unknown how much to take to achieve what result.

Cannabis Isolate absorption, Cannabis Hyperemesis and other safety and performance issues are rooted in SKMS and the Real Cannabis Medicine Co.'s pursuit and production of genuine, originally bonded, naturally processed wholeplant medicine.

Figuring out how to produce bonded plant medicine with consistent results, packaged in a stable, pharma grade capsule made the wide variety of symptom relief that Cannabis medicines can provide actually and finally available in an accessible format all could use.

The result has been thousands of testimonials and amazing health journeys. There can be a safer, older and newer way to symptom relief and healthier happier days and nights.

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