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Cannabis Suppositories, Yes - You Heard Us.

Remember way back in 2012 when we received an amazing story about a patient who successfully withdrew from Morphine wih the use of daily medicinal cannabis dosing?  /opiate-withdrawal/ Well we have another success story you've got the hear!

Dr. Paula-Noel Macfie was diagnosed with M.S. (Multiple Sclerosis) in 2001 and has found a new way to manage her pain with the use of cannabis. Watch this video to see exactly what she does to make the perfect pain management suppository. 

Cannabis Cures Cancer: 0:42 mark

[Exerpt] My brother, who passed away about 5 years ago, died of rectal and liver cancer. It's kind of always been with me. I found a recipe, and at literally 2 in the morning I used a straw, I tried to figure out what I could use for a mold, and I happened to have some of the oil. In 2 days everything was completely gone. Everything was completely healed, there were no hemorroids, there was no fissure, it was sort of my epiphany moment. Like, "Oh my gosh, if this can do this for me, what can this do for all these people I know that are suffering?"

See the recipe at the 12 second mark

To get right to the cooking, jump to 1:20

 

About Dr. Paula-Noel Macfie:

I am a proud mama of two daughters and a philosopher who loves research. I spent several years with indigenous elders and healers developing a psychological process for western mind decolonization called “Remembering Our Ancestors”. My passions are dark leafy greens, backyard habitat, gardening and nutritional healing for multiple sclerosis.

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  1. mediumtroy

    Joe and Gray Wolf Hate to inform you that suppositories don't work for administration of THC without being bound to hemisuccinate. That's why they don't get you high, because THC doesn't enter your bloodstream. I've been doing a lot of suppository research because I think theres a lot of misconceptions being spread. I've gotten every doctor and site I've talked to to take down articles in support after seeing this info. Primary Sources "Disposition and bioavailability of various formulations of tetrahydrocannabinol in the rhesus monkey" http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jps.2600740213/abstract "Rectal bioavailability of ?-9-tetrahydrocannabinol from the hemisuccinate ester in monkeys" http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jps.2600801008/full Overview http://www.greenbridgemed.com/latest-thoughts-on-rectal-administration/

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  2. SPR-Team

    Good catch. All our conversations with Dr. Paula-Noel Macfie have been around the benefits of CBD oil, so I believe that was what she meant to say. I appreciate you contacting us with that clarification though.

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  3. Liam

    At the beginning, when it lists ingredients, it states CBC (cannabichromene) which as far as I know is not that readily available as an extract from the majority of dispensaries. Then later, you clearly here her say "CBD oil". I just want to clarify which cannibinoid we are talking about in this recipe, since they are quite different, and one is readily available while the other isn't

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