CBD Phoenix Tears
100% decarboxylated organic hemp-based Co2 CBD oil in an easy to use oral syringe, with 300mg full spectrum CBD/1g syringe. Each batch of hemp is 100% organic, locally farmed and lab tested. CBD is used in herbal medicine as a treatment for depression, anxiety, epilepsy, nausea, chronic pain and many other ailments. Take orally.
100% decarboxylated organic hemp based Co2 CBD oil in an easy to use oral syringe. 300mg CBD/1g syringe.
Phoenix Tears Cannabis Oil: An Experimental Review Of The Revered Medicinal Super-Cure…
Medical marijuana has come a long ways since I begun passionately advocating it two decades ago, during my teens as a daily pot-smoker. I can’t say I was actually using it medicinally then – unless I actually was unknowingly self-medicating for anxiety, depression, and neurosis that I wasn’t really conscious of. Nonetheless, I educated myself on the benefits of medicinal use and believed strongly it ought to be legalized. Now years later, it nearly has been.
Prior to my departure for a 5-year adventure in Bali, there was one compassion club – medical dispensary – in Vancouver and one in Victoria, where I had cards at both. Upon returning, the industry had boomed to around 40 dispensaries in each city. Progress.
My days of smoking recreationally are behind me. Upon returning to Canada, I did test out a few dozen varieties of herb experimentally to see what benefits might be had – though found most to pique a very uncomfortable anxiety and mess with my head in ways that overpowered any small benefits. Nonetheless, a curiosity persisted to test for the numerous benefits advocates have been preaching about and find something that would work well for my body.
I’ve been hearing and reading phenomenal reviews about the stuff for years. It’s claim to fame probably came after the viral popularity of Rick Simpson’s “Run From The Cure” movie (imbedded below for viewing if interested). And since, it’s been touted to help relieve all kinds of medical conditions – to the point one might question whether this is just a 21st century snake oil. But, the results tend to speak for themselves – and alot of people using it have apparently been getting pretty impressive results:
“In fact, Phoenix Tears treats some of the most pharmaceutically prescribed ailments in North America today. Simpson says the plant’s chemical effects have been proved to safely and successfully treat “skin conditions, cancer, diabetes, infections, glaucoma, arthritis, chronic back pain, burns, ulcers, warts, moles, any condition involving mutating cells, migraine headaches, asthma, insomnia, anxiety and depression”. The medicine also works to regulate your weight, heal scar tissue, and rejuvenates vital organs— all without the dangerous and deadly side affects of pharmaceutical drugs. In fact, Simpson believes there is no disease Phoenix Tears can’t treat!”
So why do I want to try it / what am I intending to use it for?
That’s a humbling question, requiring a vulnerable answer.
For a long time, I naively thought of myself as invincible. That delusion got shook up last year at age 32 with a surf accident that spiraled out from whiplash to a ruptured shoulder ligament, ribs out of place, and a pinch nerve in the back / shoulder blade. Since, it’s never all healed 100%, and the pinched nerve comes and goes.
The pain level is never that high. But, I’m not sure what that pinched nerve is connected to up in the brain. However, when it acts up, my mood tends to go down correspondingly, and energy levels slowly decrease with the inconvenient discomfort of the whole system out of balance.
In addition to that, the shoulder still aches at times. And perhaps entirely a separate issue, my mind is often revving on high to the point of semi-anxiety at worst, or a simple inability to relax at best. Nothing major. But considering some are hyping the Phoenix Tears up to be a cure-all for almost everything under the sun, I figured it’d be an interesting test to see what all it might help with that’s been a little out of balance.