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12/15/07 1:11 AM
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Buddhadev
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Does anyone have insights on whether acupuncture can relieve the nausea that sometimes comes with chemotherapy?
12/27/07 11:59 AM
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SKARHEAD
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Smoking marijuana works VERY well for that from what I've heard and seen on TV. Look it up.
12/28/07 8:46 PM
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Buddhadev
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My chemo friend is actually allergic to mj (she thinks). It seems to give her migraines. Good thinking tho.
12/30/07 2:51 PM
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Different methods of injestion might help. Eating in brownies...using a vaoprizer instead of inhaling smoke
12/31/07 11:20 AM
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Edited: 31-Dec-07
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Acupuncture is great for nausea as well as with help recovering from the side effects of chemo. There are acupuncture points and herbal formulas specifically for nausea and for oncological issues.

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