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Dyanclark
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How many have tried Cannabiss Oil?   I would like to hear if it helped anyone.  My husband has Merinol, but we are thinking of trying the oil as we have read it is more effective.

 

 

 

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thxmiker
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Two doctor friends hav told us cannibus baked goods are more effective then smoking.  This is to help nausea and not pain relief.

 

Best Always, mike

 

PS  We hope you and George are doing well!

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lp1964
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...that you can also inhale cannabis oil through electronic cigarets with no smoke or anything. Something to look into.

i wish you the best.

Laz

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herdizziness
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it isn't the same as electronic cig, they are special vape pens for which style you want, although they look and act like vape pens, you do need the one for what you are smoking. I own one, it was $85.00 but also came with spoon to put them in the vape pen and a cleaner to keep it working properly (stuff is sticky).

I mainly do edibles, mostly make them myself with butter (already made at cannibas store for $7.00) and cookie mix.

I can't say if they help with the tumors, but they help with nausea and some pains, also instead of sleeping pills the same half or quarter of a cookie I eat takes care of the insomnia I used to suffer from.

The oil according to cannibas doctor is what may help slow tumors and is most recommended.

Winter Marie

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Dyanclark
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There is a video by Peter Cayote & he talks about the oil how it can kill cancer tumors works as an anti inflammatory.  Washington state is set to open Dispensaries July 1st.  

There is a clinic called Green Wellness & they gave me the information. Green Wellness can only help if you are a Washington State resident for now.  Colorado sells it & with doctor recommendation anyone can get it.   

We will get the oil just to try.  I am sure it will be expensive$$$$$$$$$

thanks for all your input.

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Sandi1
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Yes, where can we get this? My husband is willing to try anything right now.  We live in New Jersey and i don't think there is anywhere here to get it.

Anyone know?

Sandi

 

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Goldie1
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I live in NJ and looked into the medicinal marijuana program many months ago.  You have to jump through hoops and then be fortunate enough to find a dispensary that is open & functioning somewhere in the state.  I don't believe they supply cannabis oil, only marijuana.  I am not ashamed to say that I took a different path in regards to getting my husband relief at end stage cancer.  NJ and other states need to get their act together and make medicinal marijuana available to the people that really need it!

http://www.state.nj.us/health/medicalmarijuana/pat_faqs.shtml#14

Sending you and your husband all the best,

Ellen

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Sandi1
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Hi Ellen, did it help your husband? what exactly did it do for him? My husband has alot of pain and Oxycodone doesn't seem to be helping him enough.

Sandi

 

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Goldie1
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Yes, it did help with the pain & helped improve Pat's appetite.  It also helped him to relax and mellow out a bit.  And, to be honest, he enjoyed it which made us both happy.

Sandi, has your husband ever been on fentanyl patches?  I know they are very strong & addictive but they helped my husband a lot for pain.  They can be started at a lower dose and can be gradually increased as needed.  Pat also took oxycodone oral solution (liquid) rather than a oxy pill.

Please pm me anytime if you need to talk.  I am keeping you and your husband in my thoughts.

Ellen

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herdizziness
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I sent you a PM

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Dyanclark
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Everyone deserves a chance to try what they want especially with deadly illnesses.  You can get it legally in Colorado.  I don't think you can board a plane with it.  Some states supply a medical card.  I don't think there is a Federal card.

How about a road trip to Colorado?

  Hugs to all

LOL

 

coloCan
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is a current listing of states where its legaL for medicinal purposes

www.foodconsumer.org/newsite/Nutrition/Supplements/medical_cannabis_effective_painkiller_0621140829.html

(in another 18 months or so add NY tho you won't be able to smoke it!!!!!!)

 

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Nana b
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It's very easy to get. I googled Cannibis doctors in my city and state.  Went right in, took 30 minutes.  I took with me my State disability certification from my ONC.  Done. Googled marijuana dispensary in my city and state and bought what I needed.  Ordered some syringes off Amazon. 

 

Cannabis is oil:  google or you tube, Rick Simpson Oil, there you will find the basics.  Then I  googled making small batch of cannabis oil. A video of a female doc came up and she showed me how. The thing about the oil is that you have to work yourself to a gram a day of oil, taking it twice a day.  This can be $50-60 a day. One ounce of MJ makes about 6 grams. An ounce runs roughly $350 in Ca. You take oil for 90 days to see tumors totally disappear on scans. The strain you need is Indica, but have heard that some people świtch the strains so the Cancer doesn't get immune to it. I heard the oil works for some Individuals and some cancers. I've only heard success stories not one person do I know personally that are eating the oil, but we shall see how I do. I've started this week. 

http://phoenixtears.ca/video-library/#prettyPhoto

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