I’ve had asthmas for as long as I can remember.
I hated being that child in gym class that could never keep up with the rest, regardless of how well in shape I was physically.
After a few hours of continual movement, I would start panting and struggling to catch my breath. My parents took me to the pediatrician and he’s the one who inspected me, while prescribing 2 separate inhalers to use as needed! One inhaler was designated for times when I had chronic issues like colds, bouts of flu, or bronchitis for example. The other inhaler was administered for break-thru symptoms regardless of whether I have a chronic problem. If I lost my breath and could barely keep myself from passing out, that’s where this hour inhaler was to be used. My mom who had a similar case of asthma used her for legitimate asthma attacks where her respiratory plan would start to seize and she’d be incapable of catching her breath while gasping for air. You’d think that someone like me would never dream of smoking anything, even if it was just cannabis. However, I’m not the only one that knows THC can dilate the bronchi, it’s just that “smoking” is ill-fitted for medical purposes. That’s why medical marijuana physicians will usually recommend a vaporizer of some kind to their patients. My own medical marijuana physician asked me outright during my last visit if I had purchased a vaporizer for my cannabis products and I proudly told him that I’ve had vaporizers of different sorts since 2010. I’m a hard core vaporizer fanatic for cannabis.