Welcome to my RSO Video Vlog Webisode 42
My name is Nicola Dickens and I am a 4 x cancer patient. I have given up on conventional treatments and now I’m happy, I feel better, I have more energy, and I have a life again. In this journey I’m asking all of you to share, comment, subscribe, and help me, help other patients that need help. Cancer is a hard journey for anyone let alone 4 different journeys for the same person, and up until about 3 years ago or so I thought it was going to be a much shorter journey.
This is dose number 42 and I have taken 80.5 grams of RSO to date. I was diagnosed with terminal bladder cancer. When the Doctors said I was going to die all I thought was “Wanna Bet” and now I’m going to prove them wrong. This video diary is to help any other patient that needs relief from the pain, nausea, depression, and anxiety please share. As my days are getting back to normal and I’m getting more energy I will be adding an exercise program to help build strength.
Happy Halloween!! This is crazy I’m dressing up for Halloween for the first time in 10 years!! I have been feeling so good lately, and more of my energy is returning I just can’t tell you how happy I am now. Don’t get me wrong, I still have bad days, I’m still weak at times, I still have pain (it’s much better now), and food is still really hard for me. I was asked once if cannabis helps me eat, and the answer is complicated. I’m terrified of food not because I’m afraid to get fat but because food hurts. It hurts from my mouth, through the digestion track and the food moves out of my body. I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, this causes my intestines to form ulcers and bleed, I now live with chronic watery stools several times a day, chronic bleeding, chronic abdominal swelling, chronic dehydration, and as if this wasn’t enough I lose half of the vitamins and nutrients in food because my intestines can’t absorb them.
I successfully take in 500 to 1000 calories on a good day. Cannabis helps build my appetite, however, it doesn’t help me eat, the eating disorder (in my head) protects me from the pain that eating causes. How true is this statement I’m not sure? Is the eating disorder in my head stronger than my need for the nutrients? I’m not sure of this either all know Is my fear of the pain that food causes is real and it’s not fair, I loved food it just doesn’t like me anymore.
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