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October Discussion of the Month: Marijuana & MS
Though still controversial — and not wholly understood — cannabis has gained some scientific support for use in MS — but only for certain symptoms and only in certain forms. Join us for a conversation about marijuana and MS. Share your thoughts and questions below. And check back later this month as we discuss this topic with two leading researchers, Dr. Robert Fox and Dr. John DeLuca."
I am not taking the recommended dose yet. It is actually kind of hard to figure out how much I am taking because it comes on a parchment paper, and my husband has to heat a tool to get the oil off the paper, and then drop it onto a cracker. This is not very scientific. I figure it has taken me two weeks to go through 4 g. I just bought 6 g and I hope to finish it within two weeks. The guy is also jacking up his price and everybody else is selling it in the 30s… Vancouver has a number of medical marijuana dispensaries selling the stuff for $40 a gram… Strata sphere…
I also know that I am amazed at how effective this compound is and I cannot wait to increase the dose, but affording this long-term is going to be problematic at 1 g per day?
http://www.leafly.com/medical-marijuana ... ancouver/2
It makes me feel 20 years younger, that’s what the marijuana oil does,” said Paul Morrissey, adding he shovelled snow for three hours during the recent blizzard and blackout with no problems.
“There was pretty ferocious wind and snow. I came out of it looking like a walking popsicle. However after all that work and so forth I was in excellent condition. Even without cancer, I wouldn’t suspect I’d last that long or do that well.”
I am having success as well taking the cannabis oil – albeit a little slower results than Marilyn. Getting onto a decent dosage of the oil has taken a bit of time but now I'm starting to see a decrease in the spasticity in my legs, better sleeping, better mood and more energy. I'm patiently waiting to see hopefully more dramatic results. I highly recommend it!"
paraplegic at the end video
I can feel the oil start to kick in, I took it about an hour ago. I have a feeling I will be very very stoned today.
I will update people on what ensues with this dose. My feet are tingling right now like crazy, but when I'm hoping is that I will be able to move something, a toe perhaps? that I couldn't before? I know when I do this oil my hands are not clenching, but I don't see much improvement in mobility, my ability to maneuver my fingers… Should be interesting…
I thought about posting this on the MS website for the UK and the discussion on marijuana, but decided my energy is not into the extra posting, but feel free to copy and paste on the UK forum…
I no longer consider this oil optional and I'm now going to be in a huge conundrum. I cannot afford the medication at the dose required, I already know that. My medical marijuana dispensary raised the price to $25 a gram… Rick Simpson recommends starting out a therapeutic dose of 60 g… Ain't going to happen…
http://cancerfighter.wordpress.com/2008 ... tatistics/
I think it is so toxic, I would not want to touch it, the people I know that have done chemo are left with intestinal problems as it really destroys the digestive system, because they are fast growing cells… Chemo wipes out the cells.
I was not able to do a full gram yesterday, by 3 o'clock I was so out of it, off planet that I didn't think I could go any higher… I did regret that however, I wish I had followed through. I think I did about 60% of 1 g. This stuff really has a punch.
I find this article very interesting, the information about the pineal gland. It takes a brief search on Google to see that it would seem that people with MS have a calcified pineal gland…
http://www.annlouise.com/blog/2013/09/0 ... a-hormone/
I know a long time ago we had a conversation about melatonin, I think the controls over 100 cancers… So I think Simpson is probably right about his theories…
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