Opiod Epidemic

Almost every doctor for every procedure I’ve gone to this past year has prescribed opiods. Very luckily for me, opiods don’t work on me to do anything to the pain, not even intravenously. When I went for my biopsies this last year, I felt every inch of the biopsy needles in spite of having fentynal dripped into my veins. And, frankly, opiods just make me constipated. Even though I had a stack of opiod prescriptions, I had to find something that would help with the pain. Since I had a pretty big drug problem throughout my twenties and into my early thirties, a substance as highly addictive and ineffective as an opiod was not at the top of my list.

More than 115 people in America die every day due to accidental misuse of opiods. That’s one person every twelve minutes. To put it mildly, we have an acute opiod epidemic.

The other thing I had to take into consideration is that with the exception of wine (not organic) and cupcakes, I had tried to eat healthfully and not put chemicals into my body. I haven’t been a fussy eater; I just tried to eat snacks healthier than those loaded with color and chemicals.

What worked for me was the CBD oil. I look for products that are organic, and I look for non-chemical extraction of the CBD from the hemp.

Also, I want to note that the creator of opiods just received a patent for the antidote. Coincidence or diabolical plan?¬† Don’t let him mess with us any further.

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