Not certain what sub to publish this to but I am wondering if every person out there has any ride with synthetic cannabanoids like Nabinol or Sativex or any others.I have been on specific varieties of Gabapentin and Nortriptylene kind capsules for 4 years and searching for alternatives.It’s a bit unusual, as I additionally agree with it is the only form of hashish in Canada that has a DIN….which can suggest medical insurance thru insurance.Coverage is a massive upside. My Dr is not at ease prescribing weed but she cautioned the Sativex as a feasible choice and stated it ought to be covered.It’s essentially a peppermint flavoured isolate tincture in a 1:1 THC to CBD ratio.Your doc ought to be greater concerned with you inhaling (combusting) your medication, instead then truely being against “weed”.I would ask them why, and then ask if using a scientific vapourizer for flower is an alternative they would consider.It tastes horrible expenses like 800$ a month. Crazy expensive, none of the companies I’ve had have had it in their coverage listing either… now not announcing it isn’t protected I’ve simply had no good fortune in my experience. My doc figured cbd/thc edibles/tinctures had been a better option.I used to be generally wondering about workable facet effects. I have been trying edibles and tinctures with varying results, however haven’t been able to find that right combination, if you understand what I mean. Currently attempting straight distillate underneath the tongue.