Cannabis & Multiple Sclerosis: My Interview On Cannabis Health Radio

I was on the radio talking about cannabis & my chronic pain !!!!

Yesterday, amidst our “massive” snow storm, I had the pleasure of being a guest of Ian Jessop‘s on Cannabis Health Radio.  When I set out last month to begin to try and learn about cannabis & CBD oil and find relief from the chronic pain that has set up shop in my life, I really had no idea just how much there is to learn and how fun the process would be.  Through the blog posts (Multiple Sclerosis & Cannabis: Can Marijuana Or CBD Oil Help With My Pain AND Cannabis & CBD Oil and Chronic Pain From Multiple Sclerosis: Next Chapter) FB support groups & other social media AND the phenomenal folks over at MY POT SHOP I have gained a ton of knowledge, have had some great conversations and continue to be optimistic and excited about continuing to experiment with different products, strains and doses.  Now I have this radio interview to add to the lists of things that exploring my MMJ (Medical Marijuana) options has brought into my life!

After another visit to Evergreen Market I am able to say with confidence that there have been improvements to my pain levels – it is helping and I can’t wait to continue on this awesome adventure!  Blog post about my most recent visit to the shop, THAT conversation, ANOTHER MMJ BFF (Tommy), and NEW products coming soon!




Episode 73: She’s Experimenting With Cannabis For Her Multiple Sclerosis



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4 Replies to “Cannabis & Multiple Sclerosis: My Interview On Cannabis Health Radio”

  1. I am loving reading about your journey with using cannabis as a pain relief as well as your Frank and honest day to day living. Not knowing anyone else with MS myself, following you on your journey reassures me I’m not alone!

  2. I appreciate your posts on this subject in particular. Your MS world is a hard one to navigate and MJ also brings much baggage to the table. Your thoughtful, honest and relate – able (it’s not the 60’s strain playing the refrain anymore!) discussion should be required reading for those considering ‘figuring out what your body needs’.

    I wish you peace and health.

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