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CBD Oil for Vulva Cancer: Managing Vulva Cancer with CBD Oil

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CBD Oil for Vulva Cancer Managing Vulva Cancer With CBD Oil

You have probably come across many names for cannabis, including marijuana, hemp, pot, grass and hash. Cannabis has been used by people for thousands of years, both medicinally and recreationally.The cannabis plant produces a resin that contains various substances. Some of these may have medicinal value. These substances are known as cannabinoids.Two main cannabinoids have been identified: -delta-9-tetrahydrocannabidiol (THC) .-cannabidiol (CBD) – CBD.There are some drugs available that are derived from cannabis, for example Sativex, used for multiple sclerosis and Nabilone, used sometimes for sickness caused by chemotherapy. These go through the same processes as any other medicine to be licensed in the UK as a prescribable drug.Cannabis oil is a thick, sticky substance composed of cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, which is obtained from cannabis flowers using a solvent extraction procedure. It is the most concentrated form of cannabis products, which makes cannabis oil the most powerful. The oil can be vaporized into the lungs, ingested orally, applied topically or used as a suppository. It can also be mixed with creams or salves for beauty treatments, and other external uses.The cannabis plant originated from Central Asia, and is one of the oldest, mental stimulating drugs known to mankind. The beginnings of its use are difficult to trace, since the plant was cultivated and consumed long before the appearance of writing. According to archeological discoveries, the cannabis plant has been known in China at least since around 4000 BC.Cannabis, particularly cannabis oil, is a popular topic. Understandably, many people want to try anything that may help treat their own, or a loved one’s, cancer – particularly if things are not going well with conventional treatments. Cannabis oil is only one of a number of treatments people might come across. Cannabis oil can contain varying amounts of CBD and THC.Some of the diseases and conditions that cannabis oil has been used for include: Crohn’s disease, diabetes, gout, pain relief, glaucoma, migraines, Dravet syndrome, asthma, Doose syndrome, epilepsy, anorexia, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, opioid dependence, strokes, head trauma, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, HIV, dementia and – what I will be focusing on -vulva cancer.CBD oil does not contain THC and therefore does not have any psychoactive effects. It can be sold in many countries of the world as long as it is sold as a food supplement and the sellers are not making any claim about its medicinal properties.There are a number of examples where people say that using CBD oil has had a dramatic effect on their health. These are testimony to the efficacy of CBD Oil as an alternative therapy.

My Vulvar Cancer Treatment

I was diagnosed with vulvar cancer (stage 1b infiltrating squamous cell carcinoma, moderately well differentiated of the vulva) in August 2017. Keratinizing (developed from a tear that wouldn’t heal from Lichen Sclerosis (an autoimmune skin disorder diagnosed at the same time), not HPV).

I had surgery to remove the nodule in September 2017. However, I did not get clear margins because I refused to let them take my clitoris. Post-surgery I was given two treatment options:

  1. Additional surgery to let them remove whatever they needed to remove to ensure clear margins, including my clitoris.
  2. Radiation and low-dose chemotherapy to kill the remaining cancerous cells.

I refused both options. Instead, I went the controversial route choosing naturopathic oncology over conventional treatment. cuz I don’t do anything the traditional or easy way. I’m a rebel by nature and I started reading about the Metabolic Theory of Cancer and it just made sense.

My Cancer Treatment Team

  • Naturopathic Primary Care Doctor (NMD)
  • Naturopathic Oncologist (NMD, IFMCP, BSN)
  • Gynecologic Oncologist (surgeon) (MD)
  • Vulvar Specialist (MD)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
  • Licensed Massage Therapist & Reiki Master Practitioner (LMT)
  • Hubby, Friends, & Family

Lifestyle Changes

When I say I had to change my entire life to heal my body of cancer, I’m not kidding. Here’s a list of all the lifestyle changes I made to heal mind, body, and soul

I had to change my mindset from focused on killing cancer to healing every part of my being.

  • Strict whole foods dairy-free (due to allergies) therapeutic ketogenic diet, zero sugar, grains, starches, dairy, or sweetened foods other than stevia and a lot of fat (dairy & gluten-free due to food sensitivities)
  • Intermittent fasting on a 16 hrs fasted / 8 hrs eating schedule for cell regeneration
  • Reiki energy healing
  • Counseling
  • Journaling
  • Daily detox rituals including dry-brushing and oil-pulling
  • Stress management – resigned from a high-stress job
  • Meditation & visualization
  • Sunshine & earthing
  • Regular, good quality sleep
  • Quit drinking alcohol
  • Quit smoking – I was a major cigar connoisseur

Alternative Clinical Treatments

I received clinical treatments consisting of Nutrient IV’s with high-dose vitamin C and hyperbaric oxygen therapy 3x/wk for 12 weeks.

Prescription Medications

The only medications I took during my treatment were Low Dose Naltrexone and my regular thyroid medication.

Supplementation

My supplementation routine included large handfuls of pills three times a day in addition to my 3 times a week nutrient IV’s in the naturopathic clinic.

All of these with the exception of the controversial substances (RSO & B-17) were prescribed in doses specific to my body and health issues by either my Naturopath Oncologist or my Primary Care Naturopath and accompanied by lab testing.

Please make sure you do your research and consult with your physician before starting any supplement protocol.

My Vulvar Cancer Treatment Results

January 2018 scans came back clean, no evidence of disease!

Both my Lichen Sclerosis and Hashimoto’s are in full remission, with no symptoms, and blood markers are negative. I’ve dropped almost 70lbs, 5 dress sizes, and 13% body fat. I’ve reversed fatty liver (my liver was ⅔ fatty before these changes), reversed atherosclerosis, and balanced my hormones and reversed estrogen dominance. My skin is awesome, energy is good, libido is up, I’m sleeping like a baby, and I feel amazing!

I will be regularly monitored and continue with the ketogenic diet, supplementation, regular exercise, good sleep, hydration, regular detoxification, stress management, and sunshine.

Who would have thought that cancer would be the best thing to ever happen to me!

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Hi, I’m Heather! I’m a Functional Nutrition Consultant and Educator helping women suffering with autoimmunity and cancer to take control of their health and their care through education, data-driven nutritional therapy, and strategic lifestyle design.