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Joe **

1/19/2021
11:59:33 AM
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This past Saturday's edition of CT&M featured special guest Robert Scott Bell, from the "Robert Scott Bell Show - The Power to Heal is Yours!" For those of you who are unfamiliar, RSB is a homeopathic practitioner with a passion for health and healing, who has personally overcome numerous chronic diseases using natural healing principles and has dedicated his life to revealing the healing power within all of us. Robert wasted no time and dove right into the key topic: the healing properties of Cannabis/CBD. Robert addressed question after question, as this has been spoken about and advocated extensionally by Mel (see Mel's many posts to self-educate on the Endocannabinoid System here:
https://howicuredmorgellons.com/myforum/goodnewsformorgell/

Additionally, Robert spoke about the controversial debate surrounding Kratom - a tree in which the leaves contain mitragynine - a chemical that works like opioid drugs to relieve pain. Although currently listed side effects are both positive and negative, there is really not enough information on the plant and really should be discussed with Mel prior to any kind of experimentation with Kratom.

It was a very informative call with lots of great discussion regarding the plethora of benefits that CBD offers - not just as an additional form of treatment for toxic disease sufferers, but for general health. With all things considered, it's still highly recommended each of us discuss individually with Mel and if it's a healthy alternative to try on. Be sure to listen to the recording when it comes out later this week!

Coffee, Tea with Me 01-16-21


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