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Survey shows Americans use CBD to treat anxiety and stress

Americans largely approve of CBD, despite knowing little about it

Of the large majority of Americans that have heard of CBD, over 80% support its use. About 56% say they support using CBD as a replacement for prescription pain killers. Almost half of those surveyed also support using CBD to replace prescription drugs for fighting anxiety.

Research to support both these use cases is limited. In lab rodents, studies have shown that CBD helps to alleviate various sorts of pain, when administered both orally and topically, but clinical studies in humans are lacking. The same is true for research into its effects on anxiety.

Still, CBD raises some concerns

About two thirds of all those surveyed said they are concerned about widespread use of CBD: 38% are concerned about unknown side effects, and 33% are worried about its combined effects with prescription drugs. Others worry it might act as a gateway to other drugs. (Survey-takers were allowed to respond with any number of concerns.)

vicodin is a powerful pain relief, is chewing better to activate it?

I found that when taking vicodin for severe pain it took 3 to ease the discomfort at all.yet when I chewed up two and it knocked me for a loop and pain was gone without question. its a nasty tasting experience to say least yet really works. Why dont drs.


Do not snort it. That's just stupid. Vicodin is mainly acaetaminophen (tylenol) with anywhere from 5-15 mgs of hydrocodone (the feel-good stuff). Snorting pills such as oxycontin or opana is effective because they are pure oxycodone with very little


Seeing as how you tested this question and "One vicodin chewed is like swallowing 3" i would say yes, chewing is better to activate.

From my own personal experience, you will go for an even bigger loop is you crush it then snort


Vicodin is a preparation of hydrocodone and tylenol. It does not matter much if you chew it. Chewing it breaks the pill up so that it is absorbed in your stomach slightly faster, but only about 5-10 minutes faster. Chewing does not release the medicine

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My 19 year old son has type 1 diabetes and had not been taking his insulin. I got involved and started him on a two hour testing with a sliding scale of insulin based on sugar readings. He has been having horrible pain in his feet and legs and there


Being a diabetic, your son is prone for foot problems as well as eye, and kidney. He may have pins and needles sensations or sharp pains in his feet, if his legs swell, that is an early indication of renal problems. You should make sure that he gets a


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