Cannabis flower products are often harsh on my throat

I have a sensitive throat after getting my tonsils removed as a kid.

Whenever I develop a head cold, it usually starts in my throat first with chronic pain.

Honestly, throat pain is typically the best determining factor for when I’m starting to develop a viral infection in my sinuses and respiratory system. As a kid it was my canary to tell me when danger was ahead regarding a contagious viral infection. But when you develop a head cold at least once a year, it’s helpful to know when things are getting kicked off so to speak. Right now I’m no longer contagious, but I’m still feeling the after effects of a head cold that lasted for three weeks. My chest is aching, my head is pounding, and my throat feels like razor blades. I’ve tried eating ice cream, but there’s only so much of that delicious goodness that you can consume before you start to get nausea. Unfortunately for me, all of my cannabis inhalation products are making my throat burn more than usual right now. I can swallow a cracker with RSO on it for a cannabis edible, but it’s hard to vaporize cannabis flower products without serious throat pain. I’m wondering if I should try taking a break from cannabis flower products until I recover, but they’re extremely effective for me from a medical standpoint. Cannabis flower products are full spectrum marijuana and are full of cannabinoids and terpenes that might be absent in cheap marijuana oils. Hopefully my throat will recover soon so I can resume vaporizing my favorite cannabis flower products once again.


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