Hi there ~
I understand your concerns. I do not believe that marijuana helps with sleeping. It is a substance that would give you very many kinds of side effects including the initial false feeling of having low anxiety, due to its hallucinogenic effect. I also believe that you need medications for BP and high cholesterol
that you are taking. However with a history of congestive heart failure
, I strongly advise you to quit marijuana as it might not be good for your cardiac health. I also believe that you need to consult a psychiatrist
to help with insomnia
or any other sleep problems that you may be having. There are many medications to help with the sleep problems and you do not necessarily have to take the marijuana or the sleeping pills on a regular basis. Your doctor should help explain the alternatives and sleep hygiene
that will help naturally with sleep.
I hope this helps. Take care and have a lovely day!