Sunday, November 23, 2014

Medical Cannabis and Detox From Medication

Dear friends, when I started this medical cannabis journey I was in an illegal
state and had a 23-year-old son who did smoke cannabis. I was fortunate to be able to enlist his help in securing the medical cannabis I needed. My posttraumatic headaches were immediately controlled. My son had told me cannabis would help with my headaches, we did not know how much it would
help with my epilepsy. I realized I was at the end of all known medical options. I was at the end of all medical knowledge freely given. I realized after researching for my neurologists for the last two decades I was neurology and medical cannabis research. I did use medical cannabis to detox off of over 40 pills a day. This process was tough but made very manageable with medical cannabis, not like other horrible withdrawals, I had been brutalized by. I am currently detoxing off my last pharmaceutical, and my seizure rescue medicine. I have been on Klonopin for 18 years at a high daily dose ranging from 8 mg - 16 mg per day. I am down to one 2 mg pill a day from my last 6 mg doze and medical cannabis makes this last and final goodbye possible once again. <3 p="">
Debbie M. Wilson

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Thanksgiving Tradidition

Dear friends it is holiday time again and not a paricularly easy time of the year for many of us. Many years ago my son and I started a tradition Of bringing homeless people to our Thanksgiving dinner. This has become Cody a I's Thanksgiving gift to others less fortunate than ourselves. We have found that we are not lonely when we are busy giving thanks for our blessings and love to others.

Debbie M. Wilson

The Road Less traveled.....

The Road....

The road got rough,
I had to get tough.
The road got lonely,
Learning to be my own friend was the fee.
The road got surreal,
All things survivors really and truly feel
The road had many twists and turns,
I realized this was the speeded up way to learn.
The road had way more peaks than valley's.
This was the hope I held onto when issues were drowning me.
The road held unexpected persons, people And many new things.
The road ended up being more beautiful than I could have dreamed.

Debbie M. Wilson

Friday, November 21, 2014

Dear friends, the word access means to have the availabilituny to use something.
In the case of Medical Cannabis access, it is the only important key. Without access we
don't hear about Success cannabis stories. When we start hearing about success cases in Nevada
I wonder how many will remember those  successes came at the expense of many lives in Florida.
CBD only access opened the door for medical cannabis access in southern states. It has now given rise to the knowledge that the need is much greater and all states will one day have full medical access legislation as well as recreational access. If we states do it right and share with education and awareness before propaganda gets there we can win this ridiculous war on cannabis sooner than later. Let's all do our part to educate and make others aware of our amazing gift of medical cannabis.

Debbie M. Wilson

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