I have been following you, John, for 5 years now since my kidney cancer metastasized to other parts of my body. I realized traditional treatment was not the course for me and my cancer journey.
I am relatively new to the vaping world, having only eaten edible candies or chocolate. Illinois just legalized marijuana last January, too. Back in the '90s, I made pot brownies and such, so I am familiar with the culinary aspect, but being athletic, I didn't, and still don't want to have treats all the time.
Cannabis and humans get along like two peas in a pod. With all of our cannabinoid receptors that link up easily with cannabinoids, you might even say it’s a relationship that was always destined to be.
Hello my name is Bronwyn Duffy, I'm a 40-year-old woman from County Armagh in Ireland. I’ve a partner Stephen and 3 children. I work as secretary in a primary school for 23 years. I love my job, don’t smoke and only take a drink at Christmas.
I spent my life from the age of 12 suffering with occasional migraines, trying gabapentin for a while. I didn’t like it much, nor did my parents as it made me nervous and anxious in school.
Cannabis and humans have a very long history together - nearly 6,000 years in fact! - and this relationship has taken many forms throughout the years. In Asia, thousands of years ago, it’s said that the people of the era used it for medicinal purposes.