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  1. #676
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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Before and after pics......not necessary.
    Well Splat, if it works out for Ice, you can rename some of the jars, 'magic mushroom tipz'. Hot sellers man!

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    Huh?

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    CBD Oil - Official Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post

    But bottom line is I'm a believer. Thanks Pat!

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    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    Got three 4.7 oz jars of 3500 mg cbd cream left. (y'all pretty much cleaned me out this week!)
    Then it'll be a while before I make more. (I'm going skiing)

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    I'll trade you a vintage FKNA t-shirt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    I'll trade you a vintage FKNA t-shirt?
    Did you wash it yet? Or is it vintage mtm, ten years and ten burns, can't wash it cause the memories?

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    My FKNA shirt way out lasted my ON3P shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Did you wash it yet? Or is it vintage mtm, ten years and ten burns, can't wash it cause the memories?
    I have washed it, but it is currently dirty, but not stained.
    Has it really been 10 years?

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    I've seen this thread for a while but recently became interested as I have arthritis in my left knee. I do my normal 26 mile bike ride after work and no pain while riding, but when i go to bed and when I walk it hurts pretty good sometimes.

    I've scanned a few pages of this thread and a lot is being said, but is there a consensus on which would be best for arthritis? Topical, cream, gel, liquid? I'm in an illegal weed state so it would have to be a hemp product, unless a cannabis product can somehow be had and is much better. I'm ready to go out and get some now if it's sold in a regular store. I'm in NJ. Recommendations??

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    I sure as hell hope I'm done with kids! Yeah I dunno what the problem would be it just seemed kind of sketchy. I guess we're gonna find out what happens.
    Jock Strap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    I've seen this thread for a while but recently became interested as I have arthritis in my left knee. I do my normal 26 mile bike ride after work and no pain while riding, but when i go to bed and when I walk it hurts pretty good sometimes.

    I've scanned a few pages of this thread and a lot is being said, but is there a consensus on which would be best for arthritis? Topical, cream, gel, liquid? I'm in an illegal weed state so it would have to be a hemp product, unless a cannabis product can somehow be had and is much better. I'm ready to go out and get some now if it's sold in a regular store. I'm in NJ. Recommendations??
    Sounds like you could benefit from both oral and topical CBD.

    Topical would be nice to put on right before bed after a long bike ride and the oral would add overall everyday benefits to help with the pain you experience when walking. You might also look into custom foot beds and/or new shoes. If something is wrong with your foot/stance/gait then everything up the line will be effected.

    You might try what Splat makes when he has another batch ready. In the meantime take a look at this:

    10 Best CBD Oils for Arthritis [2019 Review]


    Best CBD Topicals: Reviews Of The Best CBD Creams & Salve Online

    Best CBD Cream for Pain
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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    I've seen this thread for a while but recently became interested as I have arthritis in my left knee. I do my normal 26 mile bike ride after work and no pain while riding, but when i go to bed and when I walk it hurts pretty good sometimes.

    I've scanned a few pages of this thread and a lot is being said, but is there a consensus on which would be best for arthritis? Topical, cream, gel, liquid? I'm in an illegal weed state so it would have to be a hemp product, unless a cannabis product can somehow be had and is much better. I'm ready to go out and get some now if it's sold in a regular store. I'm in NJ. Recommendations??
    I'm a big proponent of stretching. I've been dealing with different degrees of knee injury & pain for more than 30 years which now certainly includes arthritis, and keeping my calves, quads and most importantly my hamstrings nice and stretched out seems to take the strain off the knees.
    "The mind, once expanded to the dimensions of larger ideas, never returns to its original size."

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Sounds like you could benefit from both oral and topical CBD.

    Topical would be nice to put on right before bed after a long bike ride and the oral would add overall everyday benefits to help with the pain you experience when walking. You might also look into custom foot beds and/or new shoes. If something is wrong with your foot/stance/gait then everything up the line will be effected.

    You might try what Splat makes when he has another batch ready. In the meantime take a look at this:
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    Thanks KQ, I PMd Splat about his cream and will wait for his next batch. Also ordered some oil to check out as someone I was talking to said they were only taking the oil and it made a huge difference. This pain thing is new to me as it just came about the end of last summer. I first got a gel shot (synvik??) which did nothing and got a cortisone shot in January, which helped a ton but I still get pain, especially at night and in the morning.

    "I'm a big proponent of stretching. I've been dealing with different degrees of knee injury & pain for more than 30 years which now certainly includes arthritis, and keeping my calves, quads and most importantly my hamstrings nice and stretched out seems to take the strain off the knees."

    Yes Powpig, i should definitely do some stretching. I've never stretched out before exercising or sports and never had to for some reason. Now that I'm older (60 this year) it's probably time to stretch, especially in the a.m. when it is very tight. I feel like the scarecrow in the W of OZ. Oil--oil,

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    Thanks splat, got mine
    tldr, has this been tested for thc?
    My wife's paranoid about testing positive for drug tests

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    Thanks splat, got mine
    tldr, has this been tested for thc?
    My wife's paranoid about testing positive for drug tests
    Testing positive for drug tests? Tell her to tell them that she doesn't smoke drug tests. Or eat them, or rub them. Positively.

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    There's no thc because it has cbd isloate in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    Thanks KQ, I PMd Splat about his cream and will wait for his next batch. Also ordered some oil to check out as someone I was talking to said they were only taking the oil and it made a huge difference. This pain thing is new to me as it just came about the end of last summer. I first got a gel shot (synvik??) which did nothing and got a cortisone shot in January, which helped a ton but I still get pain, especially at night and in the morning.

    "I'm a big proponent of stretching. I've been dealing with different degrees of knee injury & pain for more than 30 years which now certainly includes arthritis, and keeping my calves, quads and most importantly my hamstrings nice and stretched out seems to take the strain off the knees."

    Yes Powpig, i should definitely do some stretching. I've never stretched out before exercising or sports and never had to for some reason. Now that I'm older (60 this year) it's probably time to stretch, especially in the a.m. when it is very tight. I feel like the scarecrow in the W of OZ. Oil--oil,
    Yeah, stretching is key, but PT knee exercises are just as critical. You need to fire all the muscles that support the knee joint. The stronger and more limber the support group, the better...and ride a bike.

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    I take cycling classes during the winter and now that it's warm out and stays light later I ride almost every day, weather permitting. My normal route is 26 miles on a hybrid, dodging rush hour traffic and I ride hard. Knee feels fine while riding, it's afterwards that it hurts a bit. I used to swim laps during the summer, but my local pool is closed this year. I'm thinking that would be nice low impact resistance and might have to find a nice outdoor lap pool. I hate swimming inside.

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    New batch Thursday.

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    Chef Splat
    make every day count

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    There's no thc because it has cbd isloate in it.
    I don't think a little thc would hurt it, personally.

    Not saying it needs it. I'm just a thc fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    I don't think a little thc would hurt it, personally.

    Not saying it needs it. I'm just a thc fan.
    Yeah, agree. But then its illegal most places and cannot ship...legally. Dumb law of the land

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    I'm a fan of thc, too, but in order to be legal, I have to keep it cbd only and thank gawd for isolate making it easy to keep it that way.
    I suggest taking a couple hits on a joint for polishing off the full effect.
    Beyond that, heat up some concentrate/oil and stir it in if you want that thc topically

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    i should definitely do some stretching. I've never stretched out before exercising or sports and never had to for some reason. Now that I'm older (60 this year) it's probably time to stretch, especially in the a.m. when it is very tight. I feel like the scarecrow in the W of OZ. Oil--oil,
    From personal experience, I find that when my knee starts hurting it almost always means that I need to stretch my quads and open up my hips. Sitting at a desk all day results in short quads and mis-aligned hips that put extra strain on the knees. Not to mention, riding a bike doesn't exactly encourage a large range of motion.

    Look up how to do the couch stretch properly (focus on proper hip position) and give it a try for a few minutes on each leg each night. That might help you a ton or it might not but it's the cheapest option for sure. For me, it has the added benefit of also relieving a tight lower back (likely caused by hips that aren't mobile enough as a result of sitting all day).

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