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Butane Honey Oil As Treatment For DSPS

by William Tolan

Taking small match head sized dabs of butane extracted CbC, CbD, and THC will in most cases put the strongest insomniac to bed. It's not cheap to make but the efficacy is immediate and pleasant in comparison to sleep meds that make you hallucinate or have leg spasms.

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Dec 02, 2014
yes! NEW
by: Anonymous

I'm going to make some of this and try it.
it cures cancer, so i'm sure it will help with dsps

Dec 02, 2014
time NEW
by: Anonymous

when do i take the oil?
couple hours before bed?
just before bed?

Aug 25, 2015
knew its not LAZINESS!!! NEW
by: Anonymous

I have great difficulty falling fact i feel vibrant and most alert late at nights. I listen to my husband snores and watch the ceiling....full of energy. Sometimes i feel like jumping of the bed to do daily chores. I do fall asleep evdntually...and sleep well till 11 or midday. Ppl say im lazy but im not. I work hard...its just thd nights are beeter for me...i lack energy during the day. Now i know its DSPS...i will try to overcome this..

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