90% of Lupus Patients are Women + Finding Relief with Cannabis

Episode 147

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Talking to Your Doctor About Cannabis

When Christine De La Rosa was diagnosed with lupus in 2010, her team of nearly a dozen doctors put her on 11 pills a day — five of which were opioids. Christine’s health suffered so deeply on this medley of prescription drugs that even basic tasks like eating became too difficult for her to endure. After five years of debilitating symptoms, Christine found medical cannabis, and for the first time since her diagnosis, she began to feel better. In today’s inspiring episode, Christine shares how swapping prescription drugs for cannabis saved her life, and she encourages others to advocate for themselves on their journey to holistic healing.

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