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  • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

    Hello Friends, I am posting this in the hopes it proves helpful.  I'm only able to tell you what I have experienced personally using CBD and THC to alieviate and control my physical pain, nausea, depression and anxiety while living with 2 Adnoidal Cystic Carcenoma tumors. I prefer edibles to titrate (establish dosages) because they are easier to control.  I use Sativa strains for daytime and Indica s...

    September 04, 2018 view post
    • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

      Hi Mike, I'm only able to tell you what I have experienced personally using CBD and THC to alieviate and control my physical pain, nausea, depression and anxiety while living with 2 Adnoidal Cystic Carcenoma tumors. I prefer edibles to titrate (establish dosages) because they are easier to control.  I use Sativa strains for daytime and Indica strains for nightime.  Depending on my energy expenditures, bus...

      September 04, 2018 view post
      • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

        Hi,   I'm still here!  Havent gotten my latest MRI back.  It is 6 months since last one.  Can't wait to see whats going on.  I am very tired between bursts of activity.  Hung 22 paintings at my recent art show.  Whew wiped me out. I'm using Mary Jane to keep an even keel on my nausea, diarreha and anxiety.  I titrate about 5smg of sativa edible every 3 or 5 hours daytime...

        August 13, 2018 view post
        • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

          Wow, I love your attitude. I have AdCC and also won't be getting cut up or cooked :-)  My apologies if my euphamism for chemo and radiation bothers you.  I try to make light of the fact that those alternatives won't work on my brain tumors.  YES, I use cannabanoids to relieve my symptoms successfully.  My friend had stage 4 breast cancer that metastisized to her bones.  She also used cannaban...

          July 12, 2018 view post
          • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

            Hi Buster,  I'm sorry to hear that.  I don't know what Pcv is but I have had two surgery bouts with AdCC.  Saliva gland taken out the first go round with surgery.  Then about 5 years later, I can't remember well due to the second surgery wihich removed the perotid nerve.  I will get a full scan on July 26th 2018.  One year ago I developed a second tumor and I am curious as to what has ha...

            July 12, 2018 view post
            • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

              Thanks for the reply.  I am sorry to hear that you lost your husband.  You have a great attitude and that is everything.  There are great wigs out there and hair grows back.  Praying that you recieve the results you seek and get cured.  I am here as a friend when ever you want to chat.  You go Girl!!!

              April 25, 2018 view post
              • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

                Greetiings to you Peter, Thanks for the reply.  When I first got diagnosed I was still running my manufacturing company in 2014 but as things progressed my daughter took over.  I still help her a bit but cancer and facing the end of my life has been a wonderful experiment in moving past who I was and into who I am - daily.  I realize none of us get out alive, duh.  Cancer has helped me realize ho...

                April 25, 2018 view post
                • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

                  Hello, my name is Lynne and I also had a full parotidectomy with facial nerve sacrifice in 2016.  Reconstructive surgery at Virginia Mason gave me a less droopy face but my one eye doesn't work well so my vision suffers.  I am tired all the time.  Chemo doesn't work in this situation.  To control the nausea and dirarehha I use a marijuana vape pen which works very well.  I opted for no r...

                  April 25, 2018 view post
                  • lynnehaines has replied to a post on the message board

                    Hello, I like your Subject Line.  I know how that feels!  I'm 70 and I didn't expect to be "retired by AdCC" so early in life.  Long story short I'm at the inoperable but not suffering stage.  At least compared to the pain of some cancers I only experience increasing fatigue, nausea and diarehha.  Radiation would only decrease my ability to see, hear and eat; chemo won't work on this one. I...

                    April 25, 2018 view post
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                    Brain Cancer, Esophageal Cancer
                    After Treatment, Alternative Treatments, Cancer Diagnosis, Emotional Support

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