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by LuvUrNayBor on Wed Jan 11, 2017 03:14 PM
Thank you for responding, I'm not sure but I will look into that.
by croblin on Thu Feb 16, 2017 04:23 PM
I know this may not sound medical...but she needs to start smoking or eating pot.
It will help, both physically and mentally.
As far as what to eat...when first diagnosed...nothing tasted good except basic foods...nothing fried, or with excessive salt...veggies and fruits tasted metallic...experiment with food...something will taste OK...apples were good for me...anything that wasn't overly acidic. Potatoes...mashed and baked...pasta with mild sauces...keep trying new things, don't give up. I also did try the boost drinks...vanilla tasted the best.
by LuvUrNayBor on Fri Feb 17, 2017 03:48 PM
Thank you so much for your response. My aunt passed away last month. But I want you to know that my family members got a hold of cannabis oil and it would have and could have saved her if she had access to it sooner. She was showing improvement when they were mixing it in her smoothies. It was giving her gas again, which was desired, the color was coming back into her skin and her eyes were clearing up. But we had to order it from California to the east coast so it took a long time and I guess it was just her time to go. I am praying that you are recovered or recovering. If you still need treatment I would def suggest cannabis oil. Peace and Blessings.
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