Trying Something New; CBD Oil

While I am waiting for Lemtrada I still find myself falling
apart. My vision/dizziness/vertigo/oscillopsia or what ever you want to call
this is drastically worse. Getting through the day is miserable and as soon as
I wake up I am already thinking about going to bed again where I can have a few
hours of MS free dreams.
Since I am getting worse and can’t seem to at the least stay
“neutral” I decided to try something I was going to wait to try till after I started Lemtrada because if I
got better I wanted to know what was causing it and if I tried something so
soon before Lemtrada I might not be able to tell what was working but at this
point I don’t care; I just want to feel better and be functional! So obviously
I have been trying marijuana but what I really wanted to try was cannabis oil.
No high because there is no THC, just CBD which is an anti-inflammatory and an
anti-oxidant substance.
When you hear about cancer patients curing their cancer with
marijuana this is what they are talking about. A nasty black oil in a syringe
that you have to ingest either in food, under the tongue or in a capsule. I am
sure there are other ways but those seem to be the usual methods. So I actually
could not afford that just yet so I went for another product that comes in a
pill form with the oil in it. One of the main difference is it has a tiny bit
of THC in it (not enough to make you high) and it has a limited dose per pill
(5mg of CBD and 3mg of THC). So I bought that last night.
I feel like I am just taking a fish oil supplement. I mean
it is very similar to that or a vitamin D gel casual in shape and appearance. No
weird taste, just a simple pill. So far so good. I took it before bed in case
it made me drowsy and because other forms of cannabis I have tried really seems
to help or eliminate the whole overactive bladder thing (that wakes me up at
3am in a panic to make it to the restroom in time) I decided to drink a bunch
of water right before bed. About a bottle an a half (I was really thirsty).
Normally I try not to drink anything 2 hours before I plan on going to sleep
and if I even dink enough to swallow a pill I usually wake up in dire need of using
the restroom. So a bottle and a half of water? This was just a time bomb right?
Well I woke up at 3am on the dot and did in fact have to use
the restroom but it did not feel as “urgent” as usual. I don’t know how to
explain it… I could tell my bladder was full but I did not have that “oh my
God, I don’t think I can make it to the restroom fast enough” feeling I usually
get at night. Then I lied back down but I could not fall asleep. I was wide-awake.
Some forms of cannabis help fatigue (yeah I don’t get it) so maybe that was the
problem? I then realized I was really hungry but what ever, I will eat in the
morning. 20 minutes later I am still wide-awake
and getting even hungrier. I never have an apatite like this! I usually have
dinner and then the next day a cup of coffee for breakfast and then I eat
lunch. I have (for some odd reason haha) always had a problem with putting on
weight. Finally I could not take it! I can’t remember the last time I felt so
hungry! So I stumbled downstairs at nearly 4 in the morning and started eating
what ever I could. Keep in mind that right now I really try to not use the
stairs during the day because I worry I will trip and fall. Afterwards I went
back to my room and watched TV until I eventually fell asleep.
So today I decided I would take it in the morning to see how
I feel throughout the day in case it gives me energy and makes me hungry
because that is better to “deal with” during the day than at 3am. Even if it
does nothing to reduce the inflammation causing my visual symptoms it is still worth
taking because I have never come across any pharmaceutical pill that takes care
of more than one symptom! Usually they will take
the edge off
one single symptom
and cause side effects but this has no side effects and doesn’t just take the
edge off but completely resolves a symptom! I wish I had tried this years ago
because there is a really good chance I would be so much better off today, not
dealing with what I have been fighting all year and probably still be in
Colorado with a job and apartment. Now I know.

So the next goal is to get that extract oil since I could
easily take200mg instead of 5mg of CDB; imagine what that would do! I have no
clue… I really am amazed because I went into this a total skeptic and so little
is doing so much! And all I need to do is save up about $60… that is it… $60…
So I will keep everyone posted as the days go on! And yeah, I am sure I sound
way too excited but when you have been dealing with symptoms for so long and
tried so many medications that do nothing it is exciting when for once they are
just gone. It was only one night so who knows, maybe last night the universe
just felt like giving me a small break and the pill was just a coincidence? I
don’t think so but that is why I have to see how I feel after a week or tow of
taking this. It’s not science if it isn’t repeatable right?

4 thoughts on “Trying Something New; CBD Oil

  • October 15, 2015 at 6:48 am
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    My Story .
    As a natural born skeptic, I spent countless time and energy researching all the available treatment options aside from what my oncologist recommended. I was DETERMINED to cure my cancer, and knew there was something out there after witnessing a number of people who not only survived, but thrived and went on to live fulfilling lives cancer-free. In addition to reading about Rick Simpson Oil, and watching the Run From the Cure video, I also spoke with people who had actually used the oil, and it was shocking to hear one after another how effective this medicine really was. I just couldn’t believe there was a cure out there and how wrong it was that this information is not being shared with the public!

    Treatment Regimine:
    I have a pretty big tolerance for marijuana, so I started off with a full grain of rice sized amount of oil instead of a half grain. I gradually increased the dosage every night until I reached a full gram each night. The standard protocol for Rick Simpson Oil is ingesting a total of 60 grams over the course of 2-3 months, but I had 70 grams in total for safe measure. I used the excess as a topical skin care treatment, attacking the visible brown spots on my face and neck.

    3 months later, my cancer was in full remission. Within 4 months, I am cancer-free and officially received a clean bill of health from my doctors. What they don’t know is that the majority of my treatment was using the Rick Simpson Oil. I did use some of the medication they prescribed, but it was in combination with the oil.

    I am elated I want to continue sharing with people who are experiencing what I went through that there is absolutely hope and a cure out there. They just need to be proactive and aggressive with treatment, not wait until it is too late. more information, please visit the official Rick Simpson Website: http://www.paramount-oil.tk/ or contact directly: Email phoenixtears47@gmail.com. were I bought from

    In addition to being an effective cancer fighter, there are some nice side effects that come from using the Rick Simpson oil, for instance, I no longer need to take any pain killers. Just one or two drops of the oil will ease the pain and help you sleep like a baby. Best of all, its natural . . . Thanks to all the staff at Amsterdam’s Garden who guided me throughout this journey. You are awesome!

    Asha Durrow.

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    • October 15, 2015 at 5:32 pm
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      Yeah at this point I am actually using what everyone call the Rick Simpson oil but when I looked his website over he says that he doesn't distribute it so all the products with his name are actually made by someone else.

      At this point I can see my tolerance rising, a drop the size of 2 grains does not really hit me like one grain of rice would. I am actually looking for an oil with mostly CBD, this one seems to have mostly THC which of course helps a lot but it doesn't have the same effects as CBD so I have to keep looking…

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      • September 13, 2016 at 2:40 pm
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        Hi there my friend.
        I have MS too and I am so excited for reading this article and this other testimonial.
        How are you dealing with it nowadays? Still taking the pills?
        I am really interested on it because I have this cannabis plants for my own consumption and u could just eat the leaves without buying any pills.

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        • September 13, 2016 at 7:01 pm
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          Well, I have tried a few other methods and so far nothings helps the way oil (in a capsule) helps me except it seems to take forever to leave my system as in, the next day I tend to feel a tad groggy. I don’t know much about the plant itself but I thought I heard the leaves don’t affect you the way the flower does but again, I am no expert.

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