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Cannabis Usage (Any similar experiences?)
So I am 26 years old (officially diagnosed when around 12) and I always have been struggling with social rules and dynamics and id say its more of a disconnect between my own self within me and the person society expects me to be (social rules). And recently I have been getting into cannabis a lot, I have tried it before but it never really did much for me when just smoking. Now after getting myself a Vape and vaping cannabis I had the most life changing experiences that helped me feel more like part of the world and society. It is quite hard to put into words but I just drift away into my own mind and just think and tinkle about literally everything that has to be mentioned in the rules that have been written in my brain. I hope those words don't get tainted too much by society's views of cannabis but I sometimes wonder if this plant really just is something for just healing wounds and helping your body and mind. Just like a lot of other plants that have different kinds of healing effects. It has really helped me break down walls within and learn more about myself.
Has anyone had similar experiences?
I never liked cannabis or any other drugs for that matter. Anything that makes me feel altered is not good for me. I don't even take strong painkillers when I have had surgery.
Hey, @wildMinds! Thanks for sharing your experience with cannabis usage. It's incredible how it has had a positive impact on your life. It sounds like you've gone through a lot with overanalysis, concentration issues, and clinical depression. But discovering cannabis, specifically THC, seems to have brought you some relief. Sometimes, it takes finding the right approach to manage our challenges. It's great that you reached out to your aspy friend and gave cannabis a try. Finding something that helps with daydreaming and sleep apnea can be a game-changer. If you're interested in exploring more about the potential benefits of cannabis, I stumbled upon this article at https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/seriously-no-more-groggy-mor... about CBN and CBD for sleep. It's fascinating how these compounds can contribute to better sleep.