‘As research and the desire for human rights continue to escalate, more and more states are allowing its citizens to utilizing the healing properties of marijuana. As far as rights go, anyone should have access to this plant. But let’s not forget how this vilified substance was able to rid cancer from people’s bodies and halt ‘untreatable’ seizures in children. Now, it’s time to hear how marijuana was able to help one woman overcome Crohn’s disease.’
Shona Banda, survivor of Crohn’s disease and author of ‘Live Free or Die’ ,available at http://www.Authorhouse.com , talks about what she has gone through in her life with battling Crohn’s disease, and how she has recovered. She used Cannabis oil in a VAP. Watch and she will explain.
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