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Have small brain aneurysm, coiled aneurysm and clipped aneurysm. Hypothyroidism, hypertension. Okay to smoke cannabis?

is smoking cannabis with sage, safe when you have a small brain aneurysm , a coiled aneurysm and a clipped aneurysm also had cataract surgery in both eyes and have hypothyroidism and mild hypertension and obesity weigh 78 kilos, 160cm height, am 58 y o female going through menopause have difficulity sleeping and feel anxious. cannabis helps me sleep and makes me feel more relaxed. the above conditions were diagnosed 6 mnths after brain haemorrhage and surgery
Tue, 6 Aug 2013
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Hi, Welcome to HCM.

Cannabis causes increase in heart rate and blood pressure. Based on your cardiovascular conditions it will worsen your condition. I will strongly advise you not to take it. In regard to your anxiety and sleep disorder there are many better and safer medications than cannabis that will help you get relief. In this regard I will advise you to consult a psychiatrist and certainly a cardiologist for your cardiovascular conditions.

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