To say that the following person is unlucky is an understatement.
This woman, who suffers from multiple diseases, has a horrible life. There’s just no way to sugarcoat this. If you thought your life was bad, then just wait until you hear what she has to go through.
Without further ado, let’s just list some of the disadvantages that she faces:
*Her body slowly ‘shuts down’ and her vital organs will eventually collapse, utterly and completely. There’s no way to say how fast and when that will happen, but eventually, she’ll be wheelchair bound.
*Every night she’s prevented from getting her quality sleep since she’s in so much pain. Getting the ‘deep sleep’ so that her body properly rests is naught but a dream.
*Two of her major diseases are incurable and will follow her for the rest of her life. There is no need in trying to ‘heal’ her from the diseases. Now, it’s all about keeping the pain in check so that it doesn’t completely ruin her life.
*One of her disease progresses ‘symmetrically’, meaning that if she gets pain in her left forearm, she’ll get pain in her right forearm, too. Same goes for her legs and her torso. In other words, she’ll get a proper ‘double dose of pain’ every time there’s a flare.
*There is kind of like this ‘layer of pain’ on certain of her limbs, like for example her toes that while she may not feel much, it’s the root cause of a lot of pain since it means she’s prone to tripping over. In essence, she cannot ‘feel her feet’ the way a normal person can.
Now, what are these two horrible diseases?
They’re called MS — Multiple Sclerosis and PPN — Peripheral Poly Neuropathy, respectively. Origin is a little unclear, but for the majority of people, it’s inherited. It means that they actually cannot do anything about it other than keeping their pain in check.
Oh, I forgot the third disease that, unlike the previous two, actually can be cured. For what it’s worth. Insomnia. The inability to sleep properly at night because of mental or physical issues.
In this unlucky woman’s case it’s of course the pains that keeps her awake at night.
But how does this woman cope with life? How is she able to live without literally dying of pain?
Answer: CBD oil and certain other remedies.
Now, before you jump overboard, realize that she’s also on other drugs as well as CBD oil. In other words, CBD oil doesn’t magically delete all the pains that she feels. But, it’s an integral part of her pain management, and I’m fairly sure she’d be in terrible shape if she was prevented from getting her ‘daily fix’.
You can get your daily fix, too.
The only thing that’s stopping you, aside from legal issues, of course, is your own doubt.
I don’t know about you, but if I’d had these diseases, I’d for sure jump on the CBD train.
Now, before you mindlessly start doing the same thing that I would have done, realize that choosing CBD oil as a medical treatment should be a conscious decision. By that I mean, you should know what you are doing. If you actually happen to be ‘CBD resistant’ — ie. your body cannot handle the effects of CBD, better stay away from it.
Although, I’ve never heard of such a thing before. In fact, I don’t think there are anyone who responds negatively to CBD. Sure, there may be people whose bodies simply haven’t responded so actively to CBD as others, but that’s a different cause.
Although you shouldn’t dwell on the latter statement either. What I mean by that is that using CBD oil for medical treatment is more than just a couple of tablespoons or mouthfulls a day. It takes time, patience, effort, grit and determination. You may have to give up certain vices.
Maybe you’ll have to give up sugar. Or move somewhere. Or even take CBD oil together with other drugs. Like the woman above.
Plenty of people take CBD oil along with other stuff.
And, as much as the other stuff is essential, so is the CBD oil. They’re both vital.
Anyway, enough with the rambling.
Time to make a decision.
Will it be you, or will it be your pain issues?