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Hello everyone! Well, I feel that an update on my father’s journey is long overdue. If you’ve read the previous blogs about my father’s road to remission, you should be up to date on what he ingested to become healthy again. After nine months of taking two different forms of cannabis oil, one, a cannabis capsule infused with organic coconut oil around 10:30am and high THC oil about an hour before bed, dad was given the life changing report, ”No evidence of recurrent disease”. When my mother emailed me with that report, it literally took my breath away!
Since my last post my father has done a lot traveling, strength and balance classes, horseback riding, and walking. He enjoys a full life at 80 years young. Most importantly he made it to Montana to walk me down the aisle. Dad never thought that he would make it to that day but low and behold, he continued on the Cannabis Oil and is STILL in remission! September 21st 2013 will go down in our history book! I knew that as soon as those barn doors opened and our guests saw my father and I standing there, we would all fall apart.
That day had so much meaning. The love of family, friends, unconditional love and eternal love…I had chosen my partner for life just as my parents had 57 years ago. They had many health struggles. My mother had beaten breast cancer twice and my father had had Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in the late 80’s in addition to his diagnosis at 77 years old of Stage 4 lung cancer with metastasis to the brain. Given two weeks to live and wasting, he was willing to try anything. Thank goodness he was open to the cannabis oil!
My parents live at a senior community in northern California and pride themselves on educating the other (in-mates) as my parents call them, who live at their residence. My husband John and I were well received as we conducted a lecture on the benefits of cannabis and the process to get relief. It was a packed house and, in turn, many have gotten their cannabis cards. They are thrilled at the relief they have experienced and how they can function normally.
Dad now enjoys giving interviews and photo shoots, he has done many. The one that got him the most notoriety was his article in process. It is rewarding for them to see people they know, feeling better and hearing the remission stories that have come through their direction.
Thank you to all of my dad’s supporters, he appreciates the people who follow his story and looks forward to educating people for the rest of his time here. There are no accidents, my father was given this path for a reason and we are all so thankful for what his journey has taught us.