My name is Julia Unger I am 19 years old, and I was born and raised in Denver, CO. I was diagnosed with Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS) on August 27, 2019. My symptoms started in October/November of 2018….
Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Patient Story: Christine Leary, 56, New Hampshire I
When a patient is first diagnosed with Cannabinoid Hyperemesis, they often feel scared, confused, and alone. We want you to know that if you have CHS, you are not alone. We hope you experience sympathy and compassion when reading what people with CHS have gone through
If you have Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome, consuming cannabis, no matter the method, can trigger symptoms. It is best to avoid cannabis in all forms if you have CHS.
If you have Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome, you must avoid cannabis in all forms, including edibles.
Although believed to be rare, people who use cannabis or CBD at least once a week, usually for over a year are at risk for CHS
Upon ceasing cannabis use, symptoms from Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome can last days, weeks, or even months. The length of symptoms vary per person.
Yes. If you have Cannabinoid Hyperemesis, you must quit using