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Is there a painkiller that does not cause constipation?

Commented on November 16, 2013
Created November 16, 2013 at 2:06 AM

I am talking about dental pain, which can be nasty, like after having a tooth pulled out, or a graft set in, or an implant, or tooth scaling, or anything, all of them are nasty and can go for months or years. On the internet I researched basicly the painkillers and i did not find anything that would not bring constipation destroying the natural ways we have bowel movements. Constipation is a bad condition which when advanced can even lead to death. Since all of you are fans of the natural healthy type of living and you know alot, so i was wondering, if anyone would know a hack on how to tackle physical pain, whenever it comes to our lifes, without actually killing ourselves with that nasty awful type of medicine that brings constipation=poison? Marijuana is not very suitable when we have dental pain because the dry mouth it causes would hinder healing. Other things i was thinking would be alcohol, but it makes us uncontrollable, someone i know lost his arm while drunk. Sleeping pills lead to asthma and sleep suffication.

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Careful with the tea stuff, people have died from ODs. Morphine content can vary by as much as 125x. As these both work off the opioid receptors, they both can cause opioid-induced constipation (OIC).

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are those really as powerful as painkillers? shouldnt i rinse my mouth every 30 minutes with those to receive a relief?

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on November 16, 2013
at 03:24 AM

I'm curious as to wether an oil/tincture/edible would make induce cottonmouth, google does't seem to have a whole lot of info(at least in the 60 seconds I just spent looking.)

Consider various anti-inflammatory herbs and spices for pain relief (ginger, turmeric, clove[supposed to be great for mouth issues], various peppers).

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on November 16, 2013
at 08:00 PM

are those really as powerful as painkillers? shouldnt i rinse my mouth every 30 minutes with those to receive a relief?

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on November 16, 2013
at 08:55 PM

Something that makes you constipated may not do the same to me and vice-versa. That being said, I have taken prescription opiates that cause constipation very noticeably. I have a few options for you to choose from.

Tea made from poppy pods. I have made tea out of poppy pods that works very well for pain and noticed no constipation. There is plenty of info here: http://www.bluelight.ru/vb/threads/480294-Ultimate-Poppy-Pod-Seed-Tea-Mega-Merged-Thread-III

Kratom works very well for many people. As with everything else just be careful and take precaution, it can become addicting.

***Highly Recommended*** You can extract cannabis alkaloids out of plant matter, and one of the best fats to use is coconut oil. MCTs do wonders with absorption and really are hands down the ultimate way to use edible cannabinoids. I would very highly recommend starting with a strain high in Cannabidiol (CBD). You get all the advantages without the "high" feeling. Most reports suggest that still getting a little THC with CBD is the best way to go, but you will need to experiment for whatever works best for you.

http://www.rollitup.org/cooking-cannabis/123332-extracting-thc-coconut-oil.html

Disclaimer: I live in Colorado and you can literally make this on your front porch where I am from and not get in any trouble. If you live in a state where marijuana is illegal I do not suggest you attempt this as it may violate state law.

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on November 16, 2013
at 09:20 PM

Careful with the tea stuff, people have died from ODs. Morphine content can vary by as much as 125x. As these both work off the opioid receptors, they both can cause opioid-induced constipation (OIC).

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on November 16, 2013
at 04:34 AM

"all of them are nasty and can go for months or years"

What kind of dentist are you using? The pain shouldn't be going on that long. My wife just had an implant done, two weeks for the majority of the healing and only minor pain when that area was touched while eating.

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on November 16, 2013
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"Marijuana is not very suitable when we have dental pain because the dry mouth it causes would hinder healing."

Yeah, well, that's just like your opinion, man.

Water-conditioned vapor is smooth. Coconut oil infusions with ABV are quite effective. Even transdermal salves do the trick. You don't have to light it on fire and inhale the combusted plant.

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