"I've never smoke, drank or done illicit drugs and although I've always been in favor of medicinal Marijuana I never in a million years would have thought one day that would include me. I've been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Intracranial Hypertension, Adrenal Insufficiency, a Pituitary Tumor and Fibromyalgia. I have lived in pain pretty much everyday for the last 15 years and it has progressively gotten worse to the point of being bedridden. I have been to countless doctors and tried what feels like every medication available but nothing has worked. I can't tell you the last time I sat in a restaurant with my family or did something as normal as walking around a mall or even just taking a car trip. Suffering with chronic pain for over a decade has been brutal and it's stolen my life for sure, but the worst part is that my son has never known a healthy Mom. I'm so grateful we have a good relationship and that my son is compassionate and understanding but my inability to live life has effected his "life" greatly. I could go on and on about all the ways my disease has destroyed my life and hurt my family but instead I'll get to the reason I'm writing. 

A friend of my sister who is suffering from Cancer introduced me to RSO. I've been using your Siskiyou Sungrown Cannabis Oil for nearly a week now and every day I've gotten a little better. On the 3rd day I slept through the night for the first time in years and didn't wake up with agonizing pain as I normally do. This morning as soon as my eyes opened I sensed something different. Every morning for the last 8+ years I've woken to excruciating pain in every part of my body. On a rare good day my pain level is a 6 or 7 and on the bad days it's 10+. But this morning something was different. My pain level was at a 3 or lower which is AMAZING but it was even more than that. It's hard to describe but I almost feel like "ME" again. The person I was before trauma and disease stole my life and robbed me of relationships. Its not a perfect cure (at least not yet!) but if this progress continues as it has I may just reclaim the life I lost so long ago. At the very least I have hope now."

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