Michael

“I have tried many oils from many places, and nothing has come close to being as pure and tasty as your oil.  Your oil is in a completely different league than others that I have tried…The oils have helped with IBS, depression, back/neck pain, anxiety, brain fogginess, as well as assisting in killing the viruses, bacteria, and parasites that call my body home…I am ready to kick the sickness once and for all.”

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Constance Finley
Family member of patient, name withheld

“After her first 3 months of chemo and oil, her tumors decreased up to 60%! Her oncologist was shocked. I am so happy with how the oil has changed her life. Not only do I truly believe it has been the reason her tumors are decreasing, but also, she is off her anxiety and sleeping meds! Something that she had relied on so much before, now replaced with a natural cure. The connection we have made with your organization has truly done so much for our family already.”

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Gabriel Brown
Anonymous

My first scan (Sept -2014) prior to cannabis was grim; the cancer had spread from the bones to the organs – biliriary tract, border liver,  stomach, urinary tract, bile duct etc. The second scan (Jan- 2015) results showed all those markers reduced almost to nothing! I believe both the cannabis and chemo contributed to the results.  Spots are visible but not threatening. My oncologist and we were very happy with results. Thank you  again for your service, your compassion & kindness.

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Anonymous

My mother was diagnosed with Stage 4 Esophageal cancer in June 2014. At the time, she had an enlarged lymph node near her right collar bone. That node was painful, but other than that, she had no symptoms. Her PET scan also showed 3 other tumors, in her right lung and two other lymph nodes, with SU values as high as 16. Her oncologist at the time told us she had about 6 months left to live.” 

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Becky

“My name is Becky and I am a healthy and active 43 year old female. In March of 2013, I was diagnosed with an intramedulary spinal tumor at L1. In June of 2013, 40% of the tumor was removed by UCSF and was biopsied as a Grade 1 Astrocytoma and I was prescribed 37 rounds of radiation. By August of 2013, the tumor had not only completely grown back, but had increased in size…about 3 centimeters tall and over a centimeter wide. At this point, it was pushing on the spinal cord enough that I was losing function of bowel, bladder, and especially, right leg. USCF admitted me as an emergency and they excised the entire tumor, which then biopsied as a Grade 4 Glioblastoma. More radiation ensued and almost a year of Temodar. Just over a year later, in October of 2014, it was discovered that the Glioblastoma had returned in its entirety and was once again taking away my function. In November of 2014, I went through 10 massive radiation treatments. In conjunction with what was said to be extreme and unconventional radiation, I also started a regimen of [Constance’s] Cannabis Oil. Slowly, I built my tolerance until I hit the full dose. I followed the regimen for 3 months starting in November of 2014 and finished in January of 2015. In December of 2014, I also started Avistan and CCNU as my chemo. In March of 2015, the MRI’s showed a significant reduction in the size of the tumor. Both my oncologist and my radiologist seemed both impressed and excited at such significant results which leads me to believe they didn’t expect such a drastic change in my status.”

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Sarah

It continuously amazes me how much THC fights my cancer – with no side effects or risks. Alongside the killing of cancer cells, which is the most important factor to me, THC also helps with pain and nausea. Indeed, the quality of life improves all around. And, with my growing experience along side expanding clinical trial data, I find myself more and more confident in THC and thus sharing this statement.

– Sarah

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Dana

I feel good, can sleep, and I cannot tell you how good I feel emotionally once I was in remission. I went from feeling like I’m dying to feeling like I am living and winning. Yes, my cancer is not curable. Yes, it may come back as it does for many. But right now, I am beating the odds. The oncologist says the remission has reset the clock and two years, at best, is no longer my future.

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