I didn't give cannabis much thought up until about two and a half years ago. I was a mom and I felt like I had to always do everything "the right way" or I'd be judged, my biggest fear as a mother. Two and half years ago I was diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia, I had extreme headaches which were more like attacks on and off I also knew I had an autoimmune disorder but the doctors didn't have it narrowed down to which (I now know its lupus). I went to extremely reputable hospitals and met with doctors that were kind and seemed to really know their shit. However I knew my body. They wanted me to start on pharmaceutical medication that they said I would be on indefinitely. I was going to have to have my blood drawn every three months to check kidney and liver functions not because of the TN but because of the side effects from the medication . The medication wouldn't stop the attacks but it was supposed to minimize them. I read about the prescription and knew once I started I'd have a hard time getting off and would definitely go through a withdrawal process. Luckily for me I have an uncle who is a cannabis enthusiast to say the least and he urged me to give it a try. I was skeptical and nervous not because I didn't think it would work, deep down I knew it would, but because I'd be a mom that smoked cannabis. What if my kids knew? What if their friends parents ever found out? What if the database for medical cards was lost and people everywhere would know? It was my fear of everyone else that made me almost go down a path I didn't want to be on.
I reassured myself it was natural and the more I read about it and thought about the more I wondered why isn't everyone doing it!? I tried it and surely enough it worked. I use cannabis and CBD to treat my TN which barely acts up anymore and I use cannabis and CBD for my Lupus. I find it's all I need. I've also found I'm a better human being after introducing it into my life. I now enjoy it even if I feel fine, I prefer it over a glass of wine. There is nothing wrong with that and it took me a while to become comfortable enough to understand that. I've since heard endless stories about how it has helped people and my goal is now to spread the word as much as possible. I want to do whatever I can to break the stigma because it works and it helps. A mom needs it more than anyone. It's like being on an airplane we have to put on our oxygen mask before we can assist those next to us. Somehow I turned from skeptic to advocate and I feel like I found my calling. The stigma needs to be broken asap, so other moms out there won't be scared to try it, natural medicine cannot be the last option, it needs to be the first option. I want to fight for everyone that can't. It's helped too many people I know to turn a blind eye.
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