Welcome back to Free My Cure.  My name is Nicola and I am a Terminal Stage 4 cancer patient.  I turned to cannabis 4 years ago and I haven’t looked back since.  I have improved my quality of life by 10 percent and I don’t plan on stopping here.  Join me on the journey to find a cure for my cancer using cannabis!

I took this challenge for cannabis research and raise cannabis awareness, and I will be passing the challenge along to other passionate cannabis uses.  I started using cannabis 3 years ago for the first time and discovered relief, real relief.  I have been on every pain medication known to man and never really achieved complete relief, for an example if I was at an 8 (on the pain scale) in the hospital they would give me intervenes Dilaudid, however, my pain number would only drop to a 4.  This is normal according to most pain management doctors, and mostly I was ok with the leftover pain it reminds me I’m still alive.

During the last 2 years, I started weaning off a majority of my medications.  We have decided this for a few reasons, I have been using Big Pharma’s drugs for 30+ years and I have developed many additional conditions other than just cancer.   I personally never used illegal drugs before cannabis, I stopped drinking 10+ years ago, and I took care of myself, so I have to ask why me?

My first major run-in with big Pharma was a drug called Lupron.  Lupron is a time release injection that lasts 30 days, every 12 to 18 hours the Lupron would activate in my system and I would have to stab myself in the leg with an Epi-pen and then proceed to the ER where they monitored me for a couple of hours and then sent me home.  We tried taking Benadryl and a couple of other allergy medications every 4 hours to head off the allergy, but it wasn’t as effective.  This went on for the entire month, I was so irritated and wanted to know why there wasn’t a test they could have done before giving me the medications that could have avoided the entire situation, but that wasn’t an option then.

I had several more run in with Big Pharma and doctors that push big pharma, I have had Big Pharma’s drugs mess me up in the head so bad that I would take the medications and forget where I was, what I was doing, I even couldn’t remember my husband one night when I woke up to go to the bathroom, I couldn’t figure out where I was or who he was, he found me about 20 minutes later crying in the bathtub.  I have been so addicted to pain medications that I have slept walked to take more, my husband had to hide my medications from me.

Treatment infers that with help I can get better, however, the help I received was drugs, drugs, and more drugs where does it end?  I am doing this challenge to show other patients as well as all the cannabis haters, I can medicate without these major side effects, without my husband being afraid to roll over in the morning and the light in my eyes is gone because I overdosed in my sleep, and missing the person I was because Big Pharma turned me into a zombie, which happens more than you think.

To this day no one has overdosed on cannabis, I actually have a cancer cell reduction, I went from 30 different medications a day to 3 medications plus cannabis, and the worst side effect I have personally gotten from cannabis is euphoria, creativity, relaxation, giggles, and so much less pain without all the side effects.

In this challenge, I was supposed to take 100 drags from a cone of Blackberry Kush, well I forgot to take the internet lag into consideration so I ended up at 132 drags.   I had a sore throat while smoking but when I stopped smoking my throat was much better, it became very heavy outside (my body was very relaxed.  I ate and ate and ate this did affect me the next morning, I was very sick to my stomach I vomited a couple of times however, I don’t believe the cannabis had anything to do with it, my body isn’t used to eating as much as I did.  I believe the best side effect was sleep, I slept better that night than I have in a very long time.

In closing, I recommend this challenge to my subscribers, it was really fun talking to all of you while I was doing this, but I know what it feels like to smoke that much in one sitting that I have never done before and I feel more comfortable with cannabis knowing how it affects me but most of all the worst I can do to myself is smoke myself to sleep and who can argue with that?


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