Thread: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

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    Hello people,

    My mother expired on 6th October 2017. Thanks a lot for your help and guidance during her last days.

    Also, I would like to inform you about this company cbd-international.net which i had mentioned that i have ordered the cbd from them. It turned out they are fraud and cheat:

    I had ordered from cbd-international.net, this was on september 23.

    I sent them a mail to recall the shipment as i didnt received it when my mother expired to which they said they cant and i should send them the shipment back whenever i receive it.

    I had completed last rites for my mother and then asked them how to send the package back, the postoffice first refused to accept but then i wrapped the package in rangoli and sent them the medicine back which the indian post accepted on 25th Oct 2017.

    They received the package on 7th November.

    On 13th November when I followed up on mail, they responded that the accounting department is processing. I said thanks and sent my regards assuming they will send the refund.

    Then I followed up again on Nov 16 to tell them that refund is not reflecting in my account.

    To my surprise, they said, they never found the medicine (also they called it suppositories wherein i had ordered oil). I asked them that you have already said it is being processed by accounting, they said they will get back, and again they refused saying they never received the medicine back and they will not do refund.

    They never provided the name of person talking to me and the phone number provided on their website, nobody ever picks up. Basically they have duped me of 747.5 $ plus the logistics fees i spent on sending the medicine back, and they also have kept the medicine. Request you to beaware about this firm, I am ready to provide all mails, order details etc to whomsoever can help. I am trying to file the complaint with ontario police online, but it seems they wont take complaint from non-canadian citizen.

    Hope you guys are doing well.
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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    My condolences Piyush. I'm glad you were able to give her some relief. It's all we really ask. She's on to the bigger mystery now.

    You know, when my mother passed my husband wasn't with us, he'd had to stay home. When her spirit departed it stopped at our apartment, sat on the edge of the bed and looked at my husband for a brief spell and then went on. It was the moment I accepted that we are eternal beings.

    Thank you for sharing this information on the bogus CBD company. I'll broadcast it loudly and widely. We have a CBD community journal that's heavily populated by Canadian brethren. I'll ask them to spread the word. You can start a thread in the cannabis oil forum with this report, if you'd like.

    Quote Originally Posted by Piyush84 View Post
    Hello people,

    My mother expired on 6th October 2017. Thanks a lot for your help and guidance during her last days.

    Also, I would like to inform you about this company cbd-international.net which i had mentioned that i have ordered the cbd from them. It turned out they are fraud and cheat:

    I had ordered from cbd-international.net, this was on september 23.

    I sent them a mail to recall the shipment as i didnt received it when my mother expired to which they said they cant and i should send them the shipment back whenever i receive it.

    I had completed last rites for my mother and then asked them how to send the package back, the postoffice first refused to accept but then i wrapped the package in rangoli and sent them the medicine back which the indian post accepted on 25th Oct 2017.

    They received the package on 7th November.

    On 13th November when I followed up on mail, they responded that the accounting department is processing. I said thanks and sent my regards assuming they will send the refund.

    Then I followed up again on Nov 16 to tell them that refund is not reflecting in my account.

    To my surprise, they said, they never found the medicine (also they called it suppositories wherein i had ordered oil). I asked them that you have already said it is being processed by accounting, they said they will get back, and again they refused saying they never received the medicine back and they will not do refund.

    They never provided the name of person talking to me and the phone number provided on their website, nobody ever picks up. Basically they have duped me of 747.5 $ plus the logistics fees i spent on sending the medicine back, and they also have kept the medicine. Request you to beaware about this firm, I am ready to provide all mails, order details etc to whomsoever can help. I am trying to file the complaint with ontario police online, but it seems they wont take complaint from non-canadian citizen.

    Hope you guys are doing well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSue View Post
    My condolences Piyush. I'm glad you were able to give her some relief. It's all we really ask. She's on to the bigger mystery now.

    You know, when my mother passed my husband wasn't with us, he'd had to stay home. When her spirit departed it stopped at our apartment, sat on the edge of the bed and looked at my husband for a brief spell and then went on. It was the moment I accepted that we are eternal beings.

    Thank you for sharing this information on the bogus CBD company. I'll broadcast it loudly and widely. We have a CBD community journal that's heavily populated by Canadian brethren. I'll ask them to spread the word. You can start a thread in the cannabis oil forum with this report, if you'd like.
    Its intriguing, how do you know her spirit stayed back!! I kind of felt similar when we took her to perform her final rites, she kind of appeared in front of me and smiled and said, i always told you this is the ultimate truth, i said, why couldnt you spend some more time with us, she said, i couldnt help it was bad disease, and then i asked her, can you please come back, she said, i will come back.

    Thanks for sharing. Will also try to see if i can start a thread on the fraud i went through. Thanks a lot.
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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by Piyush84 View Post
    Its intriguing, how do you know her spirit stayed back!! I kind of felt similar when we took her to perform her final rites, she kind of appeared in front of me and smiled and said, i always told you this is the ultimate truth, i said, why couldnt you spend some more time with us, she said, i couldnt help it was bad disease, and then i asked her, can you please come back, she said, i will come back.

    Thanks for sharing. Will also try to see if i can start a thread on the fraud i went through. Thanks a lot.
    I've left notices on all the relevant threads. We'll get the word out.

    That was a wonderful share. There's so much wonder in this glorious universe. I look forward to my own transition, but by gosh, I'm having so much fun living I'm in no big rush to move on. Everything in its right time.
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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by Nixie View Post
    I do take on board everyone's point about Aunt Zelda's - but the oncologist holds information which Aunt Zelda's needs to best understand my cancer; plus the oncologist isn't going to change her protocol for anything I might bring to the table from Aunt Zelda; she, as part of her team, has decided she is giving me the best treatment available for myself as a statistic; I can't alter that except by refusing treatment which would be unwise, I think, at this stage.

    And this is the trouble with statistics - we need them to make informed choices. But if I ask my oncologist, or even the younger surgeons for specific information relating to me and the likely outcome of this treatment or indeed the disease, they shake their heads and say that they can't comment - because I am an individual, not a statistic - and statistics don't work for individuals; what they could tell me might be totally wrong and not apply at all. Yet when they come to deciding or witholding potentially life-saving treatments, what do they - in fact, what must they - use? Those statistics. So I really think I should have surgery, but I probably won't get it because Mrs. Average (as they put it) has been shown not to benefit from it in my position; and I will have no choice about that. I can turn down surgery but I can't have it on demand.

    Ironically cannabis treatments need more statistics to guide (but not overwhelm) decisions, and Mara Gordon and team are clearly doing a fantastic job of collecting and interpreting them. It is good to know, though, that this is a treatment which you can tweak for yourself, listening to the demands of your own body; so stayalive, I think, has chosen to up her dose given that her body allows her to increase it, and meanwhile I am looking at sourcing my own medicine and hoping that the dosage can be adapted to what I am able to get, both now and in the future. I do love this involvement, and I hope Big Pharma and officialdom never totally take over cannabis culture and make it even more hard to access than it is now, but in a different way.

    Anyhow, I do think the advice re. cannabis can probably be more readily adapted to the formal treatment I am offered, rather than the other way round; and I can always go back and ask to speak to my oncologist again afterwards if it cannot, though as I say, I have come to realise that I can't do much to alter the formal treatment except refuse it. With that in mind I have asked to speak to the oncologist and would expect to be able to do that next week; by which time I will be able to afford the consultation, so things are happening.

    Yes, Kingston Rabbi is totally right about the dosage and the money thing; quite apart from efficacy of treatment, and using bought-in CBD/CBDa, the consultation would pay for itself in - one month! The treatment start can also be brought forward and the full regime is now only really limited by the length of time the fastest autoflowerers take to produce. (Do you get any THC off of immature plants - only one way to go might be to over-plant and then thin the crop, using it juiced or extracted as you go, for an early start and also an insurance against grower incompetence - just selecting the strongest plant to take forward. I worked in a plant nursery where they did this with sweet peas)
    Meanwhile I have been looking on Youtube for Aunt Zelda videos and have learned a lot from them already. One stood out, where Mara Gordon was asked why cannabis seemed to work better for some people than others; she discussed attitude and said that at first she hated the idea of using a mind-altering drug and described how she herself basically loosened up and, I think, had better experiences with it afterwards; for someone like myself, who has avoided most things of this kind for 60 years (but who is now reading the finer details seed catalogues with great interest - I mean, what is this euphoria anyway?) it really struck a chord.

    edited to say: they didn't eat the sweet peas.

    edited again to say - YES! on this amazing forum I have now found the instructions for extracting such oils as there are from immature leaves. Maybe not a heavy harvest, but hopefully enough for a lead up to full dose for a first time user? Really excited now.
    Good morning Nixie.

    I agree with your reasonings. We just want you to get the best value for the money you'll be putting out. My biggest frustration is how we get "anecdotal evidence isn't acceptable" but go to your doctor and one of the first things he does is ask how you've been, essentially asking you to recall your own anecdotal evidence. Medicine as a field is founded on anecdotal evidence.

    It thrills me to watch a new patient catch a whiff of the potential of cannabis. I have a plant in the grow now that dramatically illustrates the way cannabis grows its trichomes from an early stage. This is a plant from a seed I brought back from Jamaica. It's a more primitive genetics than those we purchase from the seed banks.

    Every inch of a cannabis plant is covered with trichomes containing the valued essential oils. Most of them are single-cell structures, but they still contain oils, and in those oils you'll find th building blocks for the cannabinoids. I'm not sure when the conversion to individual cannabinoids occurs but THCA is one of the predominant ones formed in most chemovars available. THCa becomes THC upon activation of decarboxylation.

    This plant is less than a month old, a clone cutting in the soil less than three weeks. I was shocked to see the trichomes building on it already.



    At just about any stage in development you could smoke leaves plucked from a plant, dry them and smoke them to get at least a mild euphoric experience.

    This euphoria is simply a strong sense of feeling good, accentuated wellbeing really. There's nothing to fear from euphoria, and once you've allowed yourself to experience it you'll likely find yourself getting a bit angry at how vilified the plant has been and how blatantly we've all been lied to. It's not worth staying mad. We choose to move forward and improve our management of the regimens.
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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSue View Post
    I've left notices on all the relevant threads. We'll get the word out.
    Piyush, this company comes up as a Spanish concern. Is there some reason you contacted the Ontario police?
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    Re: A Base Treatment Regimen for Cancer

    Quote Originally Posted by SweetSue View Post
    Piyush, this company comes up as a Spanish concern. Is there some reason you contacted the Ontario police?
    Never mind. I figured it out. You wanted to report the fraud, and that's the only place available that made sense, wasn't it? Our community is a start. We've warned others, and we'll be alert for them in the future. I'm going to assume the universe will find some way to make it easier to see the value of what happened to you. Harboring anger only keeps you from flying.

    You don't need that vibration mucking up your cellular signalling. Sooner or later you'll find your way to forgiveness. Do your best to get there sooner. She'd have wanted you joyful. You can be sure she was proud.
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