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Inflamed stomach and esophagus,irritation,smokes marijuana

Hi , I currently have a inflamed stomach and am on medication to help the irritation go away. I was wondering if smoking marijuana with an inflamed stomach and esophagus will irritate my condition. I know my doctor would just tell me to not smoke & I am no comfortable talking with him about this. But i need an honest answer from someone who may know. Thank you !
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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Hello Sslls
Yes definately smoking Marijuana will further inflame the stomach so please start reducing so that you can ultimately stop.
For reducing inflammation in stomach following things can be done-
1-Avoid all spicy food, citrus fruits, tea and coffee.
2-Drink about 3lts of water in a day.
3-have food at regular intervals.
4- Avoid fasting.
5- take following medication for next 1month-
Tab Amla(gooseberry) 2tab twice before food,
tab triphala 2tab bed time.
tab yastimadhu(licorice) 2tab twice before food.
take 1glass of luke warm milk with 2tsf of cows ghee in it at night.
take care

Answered: Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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