Peter, treating diabetes and obesity by digesting cannabis oil Hi my name is Peter. I'm 52 years old. I wanted to tell you. How I very successfully treated my type 2 diabetes. And obesity problem by digesting cannabis oil. In August of 2011 I wentfor my regular 12 hour blood sugar fast test. The test were 12 %. That's 3 times too high.
I was on 8 pills a day. 4 metaforminand 4 diamicron. The family told me that there was nothing more he could do. He was sending me to a diabetic . The diabetic told me I was leaking 12 grams of protein out of my kidneys every day. And that he was sending me to a kidney . Obviously the medicine is not working. So I decided to try alternative methods to treating my type 2 diabetes.
I discovered what scientists call the endocannabinoid system (ECS). A small film by Sanofi Aventispharmaceutical company. Claiming that the endocannabinoid system ischarge. Of body sensitivity to insulin and sugar levels. I saw a statement from Robert Melamede, PhDbiology, Claiming that cannabis oil can treat autoimmune diseases. I came across Rick Simpson @ phoenixtears.ca. On this site is recipes for how to make the oil and how much to take.
six weeks time I went from this guy to this guy. The next fast test, which was at the end of November, showed that my blood sugar was 4.5 %. I had to stop taking my pillsthe middle of November Because my blood sugar had gone below 4 %. What you're seeing here is two pictures taken a year apart. August 2011 and August 2012. I'm 50 + pounds lighter.
My diabetes has not been over 10 % since November. You know it took me less than two weeks to figure out how to cure my diabetes and obesity. I'm not suggesting there's been a suppression of evidence. But maybe a lack of interest because there's no moneyit. I'm urging sCanada and the States. To research themselves on the endocannabinoid system. Make your decisions on sciencebased evidence.
The evidence is all out there on the endocannabinoid system. It's an incredible part of our biology. And it should be learned by every . Thank you.