Cannabis use in IBS
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I figured you were but just had to make sure. Enjoy her.
I understand your concern, but I am very careful about using medicinal herbs while nursing.
Posted 01 November 2010 - 03:36 AM
I have no interest at all in this post except that you say that you are using the tea without the THC (which I understand, without heating it and allowing it to attach to fat or oil it is not going to have any effect) but I'm wondering then if you are receiving cannaboids or something (supposedly there are a lot of other things present besides for THC) and that is what is helping you.I personally think people should be open-minded as well, and remember that it is state-legal in some areas (and some not so be careful) but I would love to see if there would be a way to ease the stomach pain without being psychedelic stoned....that would be extremely helpful...
Absolutely. I appreciate your concern.My daughter is almost 2 years old and only nurses once per 24 hours; I nurse her to sleep at night. I take all of my meds (with a few breastfeeding-safe exceptions) right after she goes to bed, so it's nearly a full 24 hours before she nurses again. So all the "unsafe" meds like Bentyl are well out of my system by that point, and the "possibly unsafe" meds like cannabis are, too. Some of the things I take, like fennel/ginger/peppermint, aren't believed to negatively affect breastmilk and her pediatrician knows I take them. Then there are things like simethicone that don't pass into milk at all; I'm not worried about taking those a few hours before nursing her.I understand your concern, but I am very careful about using medicinal herbs while nursing. Also, THC (the psychoactive component of cannabis) isn't in the tea. THC is fat-soluble.