Benefits Of CBD Capsules (Mental Health)

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  1. I need advice. My boyfriend who I have been with for almost 3 years prabobly has Asberger. I say prabobly because he does not believe he has it but he does have a diagnose saying he does that he got from a proper doktors after all the tests and that. He is born 76 and I thing he got the diagnose when he was around 14 or so. In my eyes there is no doubt about it, I can state 100 things that points towards him having Aspbergers, like I said to me it's so obvious. Somethimes he can joke about him having it, as if in some degree he can actually take pride in it, like being hyper focused and having his big interests, as a example. Or that he has no need to be social with friends, etc. At one point about 5 years ago he vent to therapy cos of being stressed out and this therepist made a big impression on him. My partner says that the therapist had studied Asberger for 30 years, and after seeing him a few times she stated when he mentioned Aspberger and that he was diagnosed with it, the she believed he does not have it. And she offerd to take new tests to prove it. He declined, but now he uses this statement she did as a kind of evidence, that he does not have Aspberger, that the tests where wrong for x and y curcomstances. As his partner I am deeply troubled, since its hard to discuss his meltdowns, his social dificulties, sensory owerload, etc etc, when he is in this denial. And honestly, Im scared since, He can get easely angry if I can't make myself understood about exactly what im trying to say and why I bring it up. What do I do? I'm scared that I will upset him if I say that I believe he has Asberger or if I try to say "See what you just did is sooo typical Aspberger" I feel like he should be proud of who he is no matter if he has Aspberger or not. Right now I feel he is ashamed of having this diagnose, he has always been, but I can also feel like in certain times, he gives in and almost admits he think he has it too, but that he is mostly just ashamed of the diagnose. What do I do as his partner, I just agree and never speak of it or?

  2. I'm pretty sure CBD is illegal where I live, or heavily regulated.
    "the federal government classifies anything that comes from the marijuana plant, including CBD, as a schedule 1 controlled substance, like heroin or LSD, it is illegal at the federal level"
    Edit to add: It looks like an old news article, but I am quickly overwhelmed before I can find out if CBD is legal where I live. A friend of mine suggested I try some to help me with my issues, but I dont want to do anything that will send me to jail.

  3. This is hype. There’s very little reputable evidence to support CBD for mental illnesses.
    If ur just feeling a little blue on a Monday though then I suppose why not give it a go. But as a long term management strategy a very unfounded idea.

  4. Do you have any advice for over and under sensitivities? My youngest keeps turning the hot water tap on in the bath even if I am there to stop it we have a 2 story apartment and sometimes I am chasing behinde to atop him. I will go in try get myself together at the same time! he doesn't really tend to even notice how hot it is until a a whole arm or leg goes in! It's exhausting! Just an example he also turns all the taps on and just giggles about it the bathroom ends up sounding like a water fall!

  5. Have you heard of before? They are based in Ireland and grow their cannabis plants high up in the mountains. I went to Vegfest in London a few weeks ago and spoke to the guy on the stand there as I was wanting advice about how to help my daughter with her high levels of anxiety. Thought you might be interested in having a look at their website.

  6. There lots confusing advice.
    Someone could say that, "smoking heroin help with autism".

    There lots of medical studies about drugs.
    But there no strong medically evidence that cannabis helps with autism.

  7. There lots confusing advice.
    Someone could say that, "smoking heroin help with autism".

    There lots of medical studies about drugs.
    But there no strong medically evidence that cannabis helps with autism.

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