A couple of months ago I wrote a post about how CBD oil with low THC has helped clear up the symptoms of my Interstitial Cystitis. I got a lot of emails from women who struggle with the same problem. They asked me questions about how I deal on a daily basis with my disease. I want to help as many women as possible who are going through the same thing because it SUCKS!
We have symptoms almost every day, there is no cure, and all of the treatment options “might work”. A lot of us are feeling fed up. I know I was. I was talking a medication called AZO which was starting to hurt my liver.
The CBD with THC has worked great, it is just impossible to find in Utah because of the laws. After seeing a video on Buzzfeed about a woman named, Kelsey Darragh, who tried medical marijuana to treat her chronic pain, she talked about a product called Charlotte’s Web. It worked amazing for her pain and so I had to get my hands on some.
Watch the video here
Charlotte’s Web is legal in all states because it contains Hemp instead of THC. Charlotte’s Web was developed for a little girl named Charlotte, who had daily seizures. Her parents were determined to find a solution. The Stanly Brothers invented the product Charlotte’s Web and ever since it has provided Charlotte with relief.
Since it ships in all 50 states, I was able to get online and order some right away. I ordered the Charlotte’s Web Everyday Plus Hemp Oil in Mint Chocolate Chip. It is $74.99 for the smallest bottle but it has lasted me a long time. I take a small dropper full in the morning and at night.
Since then I have not had to take AZO or done anything else to treat my Interstitial Cystitis. I also have not had to take any migraine medication because I have not had a migraine in over a month. I think it is from the oil being constantly in my system. It is also totally safe for the liver. Hopefully, it can help to restore my liver, after much damage.
It is a miracle! I am so grateful for this product and hope other pain sufferers give it a try. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. I am here to help!