Symptoms & Diagnosis
Hello, my name is Mike Robinson. I am the founder of the Global Cannabinoid Research Center, and more. I am a multiple cancer survivor who used cannabis oils extensively to treat PTSD, Pain, Addiction, Severe Epilepsy and more.
My life has been full of challenges such as addiction, severe epilepsy and cancer that have forced me to face my fears and overcome them through the use of medical cannabis oils. My first experience with medical marijuana was when I was diagnosed with cancer. The side effects of chemotherapy were devastating and caused me to lose my hair and become very ill. A friend suggested that I should try medical cannabis oil because it could help me deal with the side effects of chemotherapy and other medications that I was taking at that time.
It took some time before I found out what kind of oil worked best for me since there are so many different types available on the market today but once we figured out which one worked best for me then it was clear that this stuff works miracles! After about two months of using cannabis oils regularly at night before going to bed then waking up early in the morning feeling very refreshed then go work on.
Cannabis oils are made from the flowers of the Cannabis plant. They can be used in many ways—including vaporizing or taking by mouth. They contain a variety of cannabinoids that have been shown to have a wide range of medical benefits.
CBD (cannabidiol) is an anti-inflammatory that has been shown to reduce pain and inflammation in patients with arthritis and other conditions involving chronic pain; it has also been shown to have neuroprotective effects against neurological disorders such as epilepsy; it is also thought to reduce withdrawal symptoms from opioid use; it has been shown to inhibit cancer cell growth in human lab studies; it may help reduce nausea and vomiting caused by cancer treatment drugs; it may reduce seizures associated with childhood epilepsy; it may provide relief for people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease.
Side Effects & Challenges
Cancer is a tough disease. It’s one of the most difficult things I’ve had to face in my life, but what kept me going was my willpower to make things work for me. It was all challenging, but I learnt the best ways to overcome everything and my fight against cancer was successful.
The first few months after my diagnosis were very difficult: I had never been sick before, so it felt like a big shock for me. My immune system was weak and I wasn’t able to eat anything for about two weeks because of how weak I felt; then when I finally started eating again, it was all bland foods that didn’t have any taste because my taste buds were also affected by this disease! The next thing that happened was that I lost my hair – which made me feel very insecure about myself because it made me look different from other people.
I would wake up every morning and cry because of how terrible everything looked; however, there was no need for tears anymore because today is a new day: cancer does not control me anymore!
Support System & Caregivers
As I continue to recover, I want to thank everyone who has supported me during this difficult time in my life. Their presence has been a great comfort to me and has helped me get through some very challenging moments.
I am thankful for all the support that I received from my family, friends and doctor during this period of time. They were there for me every step of the way, encouraging me and providing comfort when needed most. My family stood by me during this difficult time, even though they were going through their own struggles as well as dealing with their own issues from within their lives.
My friends have been so kind and compassionate throughout this ordeal, helping me through some very difficult times emotionally as well as physically. Their words of encouragement were always there when needed most.
My doctor has also been an incredible source of support during this time, providing guidance and advice whenever needed most while also helping to keep me on track with treatment plans so that I could get better faster than expected (and hopefully avoid any further complications).
Post Cancer & Future Goal
As a three-time cancer survivor, I don’t have much to lose. I’m living my life the way I want to, and I’m doing the things that make me happy with the people who matter most to me.
I know what it’s like to live in fear of death and illness, but now that I’m free from that fear, I have no reason to stop doing what makes me happy.
My greatest joys are my family and friends; nothing is more important than having them close by. So, every day, we spend time together doing what we love—whether it’s hiking in the mountains or having dinner at our favorite restaurant—and we make sure we always have plenty of time for each other.
I’m so thankful that this is possible for us now because before my diagnosis, life was very different: we hardly ever had time together as a family.
Some Lessons That I Learned
I’ve learned so much through my cancer experience. It’s been tough, but it’s not impossible to fight hard—and as a three-time cancer survivor, I know that the best way to take care of yourself is by doing what makes you feel happy and get-going!
I think one of the most important lessons I learned was to listen to my body. When something feels off, it’s important to know when it’s time to go see the doctor. If something doesn’t seem quite right with your health, don’t ignore it!
Another lesson is that you don’t have to be perfect. No one is perfect—including me! And even if we were, that wouldn’t mean we wouldn’t need help sometimes. So please: don’t beat yourself up over past mistakes or failures; just learn from them and move forward with confidence!
Lastly: never give up on your dreams! No matter how challenging life gets, keep striving toward your goals and accomplishing what matters most in life.
As a cancer survivor, when I first got diagnosed with the cancer disease, I rushed and talked to my doctors and went through medications and other treatments that they wanted me to go through. Everything helped me survive the disease. If you see something abnormal, go and reach out to your doctor for immediate help!
It’s important to talk about your health. Be honest about what you need and what you don’t. You have a right to know everything about your disease/condition so that you can make informed decisions about medical treatment options or if you want to seek alternative treatment options.
I hope my story will inspire others who are going through similar situations like me. The most important thing is not giving up on yourself because there are many ways out of this situation!