Cure COPD and It’s Side Effects

Pharmaceuticals Will Tell You COPD is Incurable

Of course they can provide expensive drugs to provide some relief for the remainder of your life. These drugs may require you to need other drugs as well.

Man who treated stage III COPD with cannabis off all meds and back to work full time!

by: Paul Fassa

(NaturalNews) Back in April of 2014, this author presented an article about how cannabis is very helpful for COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). The story of Jeff Waters, diagnosed with stage III COPD at the age of 36, was featured in that article. Some may wonder how he’s doing now.

First a quick review of what COPD is. It’s a strange name that describes different lung problems that aren’t cancerous but very debilitating. Those you see carting around oxygen tanks that feed into their nostrils have some form of COPD. And the prognosis from mainstream medicine is that it only gets worse. There’s no cure in sight from Big Pharma.

Yet all sorts of prescriptions are given to purportedly give some relief. Their side effects are what put Jeff into the hospital under life support at one time.

Jeff was on 15 pharmaceuticals including COPD drugs, high blood pressure meds and drugs for depression, anxiety, aggression, high cholesterol, insomnia and pain. Acute upper respiratory disease is a black box warning on some of them.

After spending 28 days in intensive care going in and out of a coma from a reaction to one of those drugs, Jeff decided to find a better way to handle his COPD than what the medical monopoly and Big Pharma offered.
Jeff’s discovery and latest developments

Though residing in a non-medical marijuana state, Jeff managed to get his hands on FECO (full-extract cannabis oil) made with full-spectrum cannabis that includes THC and uses grain alcohol as the solvent. He managed to get up to a half gram twice daily.

Soon, he was walking two to five miles daily without lugging an oxygen tank around. Prior to using cannabis, he couldn’t climb a flight of stairs. In addition to his walking exercise, he had begun improving his diet.

As time went on, his pharmaceuticals, oxygen tanks and oxygen concentrators went out. His weight went from 189 pounds on a slightly short frame to a more appropriate 142 pounds. His blood pressure went back to normal without using blood pressure pharmaceuticals.

Until recently, Jeff had to limit his activities according to his oxygen tank’s logistics and be assured that his COPD meds were nearby. Many COPD victims report how they have to take a break from whatever they’re doing to rest or use a nebulizer or inhale some stored oxygen.

Jeff proudly states, “Now my inhalers and nebulizers collect dust in storage and I sold my oxygen concentrator and I walk every day and occasionally jog. I no longer set limits on what exercise or anything else I can do!”

About the author:

Paul Fassa is dedicated to warning others about the current corruption of food and medicine and guiding them towards direction for better health with no restrictions on health freedom.

You can check out his many non-compromising cutting edge, non-fluff articles here http://www.naturalnews.com/Author712.html

And you can visit his blog at http://healthmaven.blogspot.com

 

Cannabis May Be Cure for COPD

Cannabis oil from marijuana is having success treating COPD

by: Paul Fassa

(NaturalNews)

COPD is the often used term for “Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease,” a rather clumsy and vague description for most of us. It includes a few different lung issues, such as emphysema, bronchiectasis and chronic bronchitis. The scary part is that it’s a mystery to our pharmaceutical-dependent medical system.

And it gets progressively worse, often leading to death. It’s third in disease death rates, behind only heart disease and cancer.

COPD creates constricted airways in one’s lungs or renders small lung sacks inelastic and unable to fully accommodate breathing cycles; thus, there is obstruction.

COPD symptoms include some or all of the following: losing one’s breath with minor activity, chronic coughing, increased sputum, chest tightness or pain with difficulty breathing, increased lung infections and fatigue.

It has been observed to have four stages. Many of those lugging oxygen canisters around are in the last two stages. The pharmaceuticals prescribed for treating symptoms often have side effects that cause more problems. Big Pharma is still fishing for cures, while COPD diagnoses rates continue rising in our toxic environment.

Medical marijuana to the rescue once again

The treatment situation is so bleak and harmful with mainstream medicine that those desperate to breathe normally and cough up less mucus have desperately turned to medical marijuana for at least some relief without negative side effects. Smoking marijuana cigarettes is shunned for obvious reasons, but many claim that vaping, or using a vaporizer to inhale cannabis, is useful for COPD without exacerbating the lungs’ inflammatory condition. But better results have been achieved by ingesting cannabis, especially the potent, highly condensed oil extract that Rick Simpson pioneered in Canada and now in Eastern Europe. Many medical marijuana advocates, especially those in medical-cannabis-friendly states, have learned to make the oil and provide it to those in need. Most of the cannabis treatment publicity has gone toward cancer, Crohn’s disease, chronic epileptic seizures and glaucoma. Even Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis victims have experienced positive results from various cannabis products with THC applications.

Pharmaceutical-dependent mainstream medicine hasn’t been able to cure any of these diseases or even alleviate symptoms without creating complications, some fatal.

More COPD patients have hopped on the cannabis cure bandwagon with positive results lately. These results include folks with late-stage COPD and severe emphysema.

An anecdotal sampling

At the relatively young age of 36, Jeff Waters was diagnosed with COPD. Eight years later he had to be rushed to an ER during another bout with bronchitis. Lung scarring was discovered, and his condition was raised to stage 2 COPD. While prescribing several pharmaceuticals, the doctor told him that it would continue to get worse and eventually kill him. Jeff did continue to get worse. He was unable to climb a flight of stairs and he wound up with stage 3 COPD and an oxygen canister to prove it. Showering and shaving without his oxygen supply turned out to be almost too arduous of a task. Then an allergic reaction to a prescribed high blood pressure medication put him on life support in ICU with severe pneumonia for a month. After his recovery, he resolved to handle his COPD without mainstream medical interventions. Jeff found COPD sufferers online who had resolved their COPD issues with cannabis oil. He networked with them and found his own sources for cannabis oil. After only two months of using the oil, Jeff went off oxygen and all the pharmaceuticals he had been prescribed. He now walks two to five miles daily and claims that cannabis oil has allowed him “to get his life back.”

Sources for this article include

http://healthmaven.blogspot.com http://copd.about.com http://www.cannabiscure.info http://www.gofundme.com http://copd.about.com http://science.naturalnews.com

About the author:

Paul Fassa is dedicated to warning others about the current corruption of food and medicine and guiding them towards direction for better health with no restrictions on health freedom.

You can check out his many non-compromising cutting edge, non-fluff articles here

http://www.naturalnews.com/Author712.html

And you can visit his blog at

http://healthmaven.blogspot.com

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/044664_cannabis_oil_COPD_marijuana.html#ixzz3zCM2Pcan

Kyle Busch’s NASCAR championship a comeback story for the ages

Get Used to Hearing it – Kyle Busch Sprint Cup Champion

Sporting News Said

Kyle Busch did more in 25 races than almost every other driver did in 36.

Kyle Busch Champion

Kyle Busch Champion

Busch won five races, second only to Joey Logano’s six. He finished with five wins, 12 top-five and 16 top-10 finishes in 25 races — championship numbers by any measure.

Shortly after returning from a severely broken leg, Busch went on one of the most amazing streaks in recent years, winning four of five races to not only make him eligible for the Chase, but prove emphatically that he belonged there.

The new Chase is all about winning races — that’s how you qualify for the Chase and earn a guaranteed spot. Busch met that qualification, and then some.

Once in the Chase, Busch raced smartly and consistently and did everything he had to do to make it to the championship race. Once there, he rose to the occasion, winning the season finale to capture the championship.

http://www.sportingnews.com/nascar-news/4661855-kyle-busch-wins-sprint-cup-championship-homestead-race-jeff-gordon-kevin-harvick

Kyle and Family

Kyle and Family

To people bitching that he did not run every race – There is no rule, and never has been a rule, that states you must run every race. The rule that was waived is.
” attempt to qualify for every race”. That was the rule that was waived due to medical issues!! Boohoo!! He is the 2015 Champion!!! Get used to hearing that!

 

Even Larry McReynolds Said Something Good About Kyle

To see what Kyle Busch did, to me is the comeback of 2015, not just in motorsports, but in all professional sports. For anyone to deny that Kyle should have been a championship contender, well honestly, I have nothing left to say to those people.

Tom Jensen of Foxsports says:

There have been many unbelievable stories throughout the history of NASCAR. Now the one of Kyle Busch’s comeback to win the 2015 Sprint Cup title can be added to the long list.

But then, Kyle came back and caught fire, winning four races in a 5 race stretch. Busch didn’t win again until the season-ending race at Homestead, but he ended the year with that race win and four straight top-five finishes to win his first Sprint Cup championship for himself, the first for Toyota and the fourth for JGR.

Even Kevin Harvick, last year’s champion and a man who has locked horns with Busch on occasion, was impressed.

USA Today
Kyle Busch’s NASCAR championship a comeback story for the ages

Making NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup? Unthinkable, as Busch figured to be out until at least July. Winning his first career title? The kind of comeback only Disney could imagine

But that’s exactly what happened Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway, with Busch pulling off another unlikely victory in the Ford EcoBoost 400 — his fifth of the season — to clinch his first career championship.

“He’s got that internal strength,” his brother, Kurt Busch, told USA TODAY Sports, his voice cracking. “That’s something my dad instilled in both of us.

The Best Car and Driver Won

The best car and driver outright beat them Sunday. He flat beat them all on the restart so he was the fastest. Phantom cautions happen all the time. He was going to win the championship without the caution.

I so much wish we would go back to the good old fashioned point sytem but it is what it is. Now somebody will win the Daytona 500 and be in the chase for next year immediately. That is bizarre.

Kyle Busch did more in 25 races than almost every other driver did in 36.

Busch won five races, second only to Joey Logano’s six. He finished with five wins, 12 top-five and 16 top-10 finishes in 25 races — championship numbers by any measure.

Shortly after returning from a severely broken leg, Busch went on one of the most amazing streaks in recent years, winning four of five races to not only make him eligible for the Chase, but prove emphatically that he belonged there.

The new Chase is all about winning races — that’s how you qualify for the Chase and earn a guaranteed spot. Busch met that qualification, and then some.

Once in the Chase, Busch raced smartly and consistently and did everything he had to do to make it to the championship race. Once there, he rose to the occasion, winning the season finale to capture the championship.

No asterisk* – get used to hearing it – Kyle Busch Sprint cup champion.

Championship weekend was a banner one for the 30-year-old Busch. In addition to his Sprint Cup championship, Kyle Busch Motorsports driver Erik Jones won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship on Friday night and KBM won the owner’s championship in that series.

Celebration

Busch joined “The Dan Patrick Show” Monday morning to chat – from his airplane somewhere “over Washington, D.C.” nonetheless – about the celebration, which started for him about seven hours after the checkered flag fell.

Busch’s tour on Monday included appearances on ESPN SportsCenter, FS1 RaceHub, NASCAR America and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

On Tuesday, he will make appearances on FOX and Friends, Live! With Kelly and Michael, SiriusXM and at Facebook and ESPN.

Denny Hamlin to Kyle Busch: Way to ‘pound ’em in the ground’

When the 2015 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup kicked off with a media event in downtown Chicago, defending champion Kevin Harvick indicated he had a simple plan for the red-hot Joe Gibbs Racing team.

“I think we’re going to pound them into the ground,” Harvick said of the JGR teams during the Chase-opening media event in Chicago. “That’s what I think. Hopefully, they can beat themselves.”

Windsor Ontario Horseracing History

Greatest Horse “Match Race” of All Time

Back in October 1920 one of the most anticipated and hotly contested horse races in the world took place at Kenilworth Race Track (Windsor Ontario). It was the first horse race ever filmed in its entirety, and had a purse of $75,000 (about $747,000 in 2008 dollars).

Public Domain Photo

Public Domain Photo

A match race between two of the most famous and successful horses of the time.

Sir Barton was owned by Commander J.K.L. Ross of Montreal.

 

 

 

Public Domain Photo

Public Domain Photo

Sir Barton was horse racing’s first triple crown winner, capturing the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes in 1919.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Domain Photo

Public Domain Photo

Man o’ War was one of the most dominating and impressive horses of all time, Man o’ War is considered by many to be the greatest Thoroughbred racehorse of all time. In 21 career races, Man o’ War won 20 of them. The only one he lost was in 1919, was under dubious circumstances.

 

 

 

 

The race at Kenilworth Park was filmed. They had a capacity crowd. Reports at the time put attendance at more than 20,000.

The final start of Man o’ War’s career came in Windsor Ontario Canada in the Kenilworth Park Gold Cup (the first race to be filmed in its entirety). For this 1¼-mile match race, Man o’ War ran against Sir Barton but easily drew away in the first furlong and was slowed to win by seven lengths. Over his two-year career, Man o’ War won 20 of 21 races, setting three world records, two American records and three track records.

The Kenilworth Park Gold Cup was in actuality a “match race” between Sir Barton and Man o’ War. Another champion horse named Exterminator, was invited to compete in the race, since Canada did not allow match races. Due to the owners of the three not coming to a compromise on the conditions of the race, Exterminator was scratched, and in fact raced that same day on a different track.

Man O’ War – Only Loss

In the early 1900s, there were no starting gates. Horses circled around and then lined up behind a piece of webbing known as the barrier and were sent away when it was raised. In Man o’ War’s only loss, the Sanford Memorial Stakes, he was still circling with his back to the starting line when the barrier was raised (though some accounts give other reasons). After Man o’ War turned around, he already was far behind the starters. Jockey Johnny Loftus put Man o’ War in a bad position, getting boxed in by other horses. Despite this, he came close to winning, losing by a half-length.

 

David Suzuki Snake Oil Salesman

David Suzuki Mangles Truth About Hunting

David Suzuki seems to believe he has the right to call himself an “elder” and savior of our current world.

If he is referring to the true elders of our nation that rely on hundreds of years of learning how to hunt to balance resources and to allow all life forms to survive, he has not earned that honour.

He is a fanatic anti-hunter. No true “elder of society” would ever support a position of anti-hunting.

Suzuki appears to base his rhetoric on personal bias, not science.

Typical of his hypocrisy, a man who spends his time preaching that humans are desecrating the environment due to our sheer numbers nevertheless indulged himself five times in this regard, having 5 naturally conceived and born children.

According to author Vivian Krause, she had a very unpleasant personal experience when trying to speak with Suzuki.

She states that for years, David Suzuki and his foundation have refused to answer any questions about their foreign funding. he states that they have gotten away with it because no one has been willing to call them on the carpet. She also states that when he has been confronted with clear evidence that he has falsely reported some of his foundation’s research findings about both PCBs in farmed salmon, and sea lice, so far David Suzuki has refused to admit it.

It appears that instead of publicly clarifying the whole truth about its research findings with regards to PCBs in farmed salmon, and sea lice, the David Suzuki Foundation seems to have simply and quietly arranged the removal of at least 23 press releases and web-pages against farmed salmon.

She also believes that David Suzuki, Canada’s leading environmentalist, is refusing to tell the whole truth about his foundation’s own research findings and funding sources with regards to a major environmental controversy. It appears that this has been manufactured in order to serve the purposes of foreign funders. This tells us something about David Suzuki and his foundation.

The deeper question that we need to be asking is what can we change about ourselves and our society so that we don’t get fooled again.”

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