Parkinson’s disease is genuinely no walk in the park.
- But it’s not a death sentence either.
I think we’ve all seen great instances of that over the past 30 years. First, the advances in therapeutics have genuinely made large strides. While there is no fix yet, both of us have a lot of very effective treatments. About a year back, I added medical weed to our own treatment regimen to great results. I’m not quite 65 plus I’ve seen some amazing results since I started using medical cannabis. Specifically, I find a more bizarre sort of pain management than traditional pain medication. And the less of the pain pills I have to take, the greater. Sleeping is also something that improved almost instantaneously when I started using the cannabis flower products. From the very beginning, I fell asleep quicker and stayed asleep longer. But the big difference has been in the rigidity that comes with Parkinson’s. Medical marijuana allows for much less shakes or rigid muscles. I even treat it with cannabis products. It’s almost like I can get my whole body to relax. That’s not a great way of describing it, however the best that I can articulate. Another important facet of using cannabis flower products is the fact that I stress about our situation so very much less. There is almost a positive acceptance which in turn has made our efforts to manage our symptoms that much more effective. I sure hope for a cure plus perhaps I’ll live long enough to see that go on. In the meantime, medical marijuana has become a very important proponent in our treatment regimen.