"I want The Betty Project to
become a movement!!!
Towards a culture where the
patients and doctors,
parents and grandparents,
artists and executives...
can experience cannabis
safely and ethically"
When you go through chemo, marijuana alleviates the side effects. It immediately helps in so many different ways. basically it restored my appetite, helped with nausea, calmed me down, and helped me sleep. If it hadn’t been for the marijuana, I would have had to take additional medication, and I was so reluctant because I was already taking so much. marijuana was a godsend for me.
I’M WILLING TO DO ANYTHING THAT HELPS
I had a lumpectomy on this breast. for a good year and a half it was extremely painful. I went to physical therapy and did all kinds of things. I couldn’t even wear a bra. It was painful, very disagreeable. I started taking the marijuana oil and in a week it was gone. at some point I went home to belgium and I didn’t have the oil with me and the pain came back. I got back to san francisco and back on the oil and the pain was gone. They could never figure it out, what it was exactly, but now the pain is completely gone.
All we have is anecdotal evidence, but there need to be clinical studies that are very scientifically conducted. If it works? how it works? why it works? It’s a start. there’s hope. ten years ago you wouldn’t have imagined it could happen so soon.
When you join The Betty Project you are more than just a member of our collective for medical cannabis, you are a part of our community. Take part in our collective narrative and be in the movement.
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