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Bipolar Disorder Treated With Cannabis – Off Pharma For 14 Years!

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I’ve been pharmaceutical free for over 14 months and my psychiatrist is now recommending full extract CBD oil to other patients!

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My name is Richard and I’ve been using cannabis to treat bipolar disorder and acute anxiety disorder (both social and generalized) with great success. I also have a very active mind…some might say ADHD. I use 200 mg of CBD oil daily and I’m now clear and focused. I am able to stay on task without problem.

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I’ve been pharmaceutical-free for 14 months and have been stable for that whole period: no manic episodes or depression. My anxiety is well managed and I’m now living a life I could not have imagined 2 short years ago.  My psychiatrist is amazed with how successful my experiment with cannabis therapy has been. In fact, he’s now recommending it as a treatment for other patients!

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I wanted to say that the terpene profile of a strain is what matters most in these conditions. Caryophyllene, Myrcene and Linalool are the three I find most beneficial.
The strains I use are: Blue Dream, Strawberry Cough, Sour OG, Strawberry Diesel, Sour Diesel. I find Very Berry Haze to be an excellent mood elevator.

Experiment with different strains, research terpenes and find what works for you.

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    Robert Asher

    How can I get in touch with this Richard guy who uses this to treat bipolar disorder

    January 28, 2019 at 1:34 pm Reply
    • Jennifer Grant

      We don’t have contact for Richard. He submitted his story through Facebook over 14 months ago. Sorry. But, perhaps by commenting here, he will see your request for connection.

      January 30, 2019 at 11:04 am Reply

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