Not being one to partake in recreational drugs, but following a bicycle indecent recently, I was struggling to cope with the pain despite being prescribed a powerful anti-inflammatory and paracetamol every four hours.
I turned to our dear, revered Mary Jane, at just the right moment. You see, in the past I had attempted to use CBD oil as a therapeutic tool but, unbeknown to me, the levels of THC were still too high for me and I didn’t react in a positive way. I’m guessing it was likely my very low blood pressure and tachycardia which triggered me to have my first seizure, so I was fairly apprehensive about trying it again. Fate had it that a friend of mine was visiting from USA who is a CBD oil supplier, and sold me some high strength at a fabulous price, with the guarantee that it was a low dose THC… You can find the same product here.
Where does the brain end and the body begin? There’s no exact defining point, and so we should embrace mental health as being entwined with physical health, but the medical system tends to compartmentalise the two separately.
Have you heard of Bioresonance?
You should have heard of it by now, as it has been around for a relatively long time and it’s very smart……
I have recently been undergoing surgeries for basal cell carcinoma on my face, which has been quite distressing. I have found frustrating the blanket assumption from family and medical professionals, that it has been caused by the sun, that the cancer is a consequence of my spending too much time outdoors.
It was a revelation to discover exactly why good fats are crucial to our health, and why bad fats are so damaging.
The big ‘C’
It was the word to avoid on a myriad of health forums. Until recently, that is. Now, it appears that sufferers of cancer, Lyme Disease and many other conditions are joining force, and that can only be a good thing.
Nobody wants to talk about parasites! But parasite cleansing can be a useful way to improve our health.
I’ve probably seen around 20 different doctors and physicians in the last four years, in a quest to understand what’s happening in my body. None of them has given me ‘the’ answers, rather small clues. This was frustrating at the start, as most of us rely on professionals to sort out our health for us.
When I started travelling out of the UK to see specialists, I was struck by how unempowered we are in our country regarding our health. We expect our doctors to tell us what’s wrong and also expect, most of the time, to take something that will fix us. We don’t expect even to view our test results. In America, people appear to find this absurd. In my experience, people tend to organise their own health and ensure they are provided with copies of all the reports their doctors receive. It would not be unusual for Americans to question a diagnosis and request exactly what they want done re diagnosing and treatment.