“I have Bronchitis and no longer can do dry herb, and cough wildly with vape pens. Bronchitis. All the edibles seem to have sugar-dairy colors in them. How do I take cannabis while having Bronchitis? Everything makes me cough and is not helping the lungs.”
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes, which can cause coughing, wheezing, and difficulty breathing. Smoking cannabis can further irritate the bronchial tubes and potentially worsen bronchitis symptoms.
If you have bronchitis, it’s generally best to avoid smoking cannabis or inhaling any kind of smoke as it can worsen respiratory symptoms. If you would still like to use cannabis for medical purposes, it is best to consult with a healthcare provider who can provide personalized guidance based on your specific situation. They may be able to recommend alternative methods of consumption, such as edibles or tinctures, that do not involve inhaling smoke or vapor. Alternatively, they may advise against using cannabis altogether until your bronchitis has fully healed. Alternative methods of cannabis consumption, such as edibles or tinctures can deliver the desired effects of cannabis without the risks associated with smoking. You can also try capsules for a more controlled dose of THC and CBD. Always talk to your doctor before using cannabis as a medical treatment.
It’s important to consult with a healthcare professional for guidance on managing bronchitis symptoms, as they can provide personalized advice and treatment options tailored to your specific needs.