Cannabis helps with my sciatic nerve pain

It’s difficult dealing with chronic pain at a young age of 30. I thought that I’d be one of the lucky few who gets to an old age without any serious health troubles. But that all came to an sudden end at the age of 18 when I disfigured my back playing varsity soccer. During the following 3 years, I started using a heavy messenger tote each morning at school that would put all of the weight on one single shoulder. All of these factors led to sciatic nerve destruction at the base of my back on the left side of my body. For about a year I had so much chronic sciatic pain that I almost started using a cane. The only thing that stopped myself and others was knowing that it could permanently affect the way I walk as well as get around. I didn’t want to become reliant on a walking aid too soon if I could manage without one. I’m glad because these troubles improved slightly as time went on. But now that I’m a full time caregiver to a person who is completely disabled, I’m getting my sciatic nerve pain again. One of the only things that helps are lidocaine patches that I put directly over the spot on my lower back where the pain emanates from. I’m also a biweekly cannabis user. I have a medical marijuana card as well as shop at medical cannabis dispensaries that are situated all around my county. Cannabis is one of the only things that helps relieve my sciatic nerve pain beyond the lidocaine patches. Using both together leads to a lot of relief as well as satisfaction. I just wish that I could get both for much cheaper, but I guess I can’t ask for everything.
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