Quoted from RWH:
Hey guys I need some good information. My wife is a severe asthmatic atop of COPD. Long story short we have found over the years that smoking helps relieve her anxiety and truly helps with the constant ache in her lungs and general swelling it causes. The problem is it *smoking* causes her to cough a lot now and aggravates her airways to the point the side effects now out weigh the pain relief. We have tried many edibles and they just don't work for her. I want to try some of the thc tinctures that she possibly could drop in her mouth? I've done a lot of reading on these but man it's all over the place with no real answers, so I thought I'd ask some of you that use it or have first-hand knowledge of it and it's effects. I'll still have the problem of getting it as Ohio isn't going to be selling it from what I can find out but, I'll work that out when time comes. Once I get an idea of what and how much I'll drive to Colorado or Cali if I have to and pick up a large amount. Anything you can tell me about the products would be very helpful to say the least! She's tried vaping and torching oils but they aggravate her lungs to much so would be no better than smoking leaf.
I’m currently working in the industry as a patient agent supervisor. PM me if you have any questions.
Some people just don’t get high from edibles. No matter how much they eat, there just isn’t an effect.
Tincture would work well as a non inhalation method. I would obtain concentrate and mix it with everclear or other high proof alcohol to make the tincture.
It’s easier to dose when you have exact test results, but if each gram of concentrate is 80%, then that means that you have 800mg of cannabonoids. Fill up an oz dropper bottle with the high proof alcohol, add the desired amount of concentrate, and then shake shake shake. Make sure it emulsifies well.