Welcome to my RSO Video Vlog Webisode 21

My name is Nicola Dickens, and I am a 4 x cancer patient. I have given up on conventional treatments, and now I’m happy, feel better, have more energy, and have a life again. In this journey, I’m asking all of you to share, comment, subscribe, and help me, help other patients that need help. Cancer is a hard journey for anyone, let alone four different journeys for the same person, and up until about three years ago or so, I thought it was going to be a much shorter journey.

This is day number 21, and I have taken 32.0 grams of RSO to date. I was diagnosed with terminal bladder cancer. When the Doctors said I was going to die, all I thought was “Wanna Bet,” and now I’m going to prove them wrong. This video diary is to help any other patient that needs relief from pain, nausea, depression, and anxiety. Please share. As my days are getting back to normal and I’m getting more energy, I will be adding an exercise program to help build strength.

Rick Simpson Oil has a soft texture and can be swallowed easily, but as you get into higher and higher dosing, please be sure to drink between 1 and 2 gallons of water a day and don’t take larger doses of RSO on an empty stomach; it can upset your stomach and even cause your stomach to have a burning feeling.

I will be putting together live videos for YouTube and Facebook every couple of days and every week. I will be logging my results here on my website as we are updated with them. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to contact us!

December 22, 2021, I am now cancer-free and have been for three years now.  I had my Bladder Augmentation in March 2021, which was a challenging surgery and recovery.  The surgery was done by a team of doctors, nurses, anesthesiologists, and techs that lasted over 8 hours.  I often look back on this time, and I associate it with doctors and others eating, drinking, even resting in the corner until needed for the following surgical phase. I’m sure that’s not how it went entirely, but for reference of time for me, I guess that’s how my brain files my experiences away, but when I woke up, I was in a world of hurt, and for good reason.  My lead surgeon was the first voice I remember hearing and face I saw when I finally opened my eyes.  Going into the surgery, I was scared shitless for a wide variety of reasons, but I was so happy to finally be having it, knowing the pain it could relieve.  You see, I could no longer use the bathroom as normal because my urethra no longer worked correctly. I had to self-catheterize up to 17 times a day, and if you have ever used a catheter, you will agree it hurts, and this was going to fix that.

When I woke up from the surgery, I had four different IVs, 1 for blood transfusion, 1 one that could be used for IV’s medications, and a small one that could be used in case one of my veins blew, and 2 of them did.  I believe the neck IV was the most painful. I had two urine drain bags, a laticane ball for pain that dispensed medication to the pelvic floor, and a drain tube from each kidney, 25 external staples, internal sutures, and more pain than I had had in my entire life.  That was eight months ago, and most of the pain has started to subside. I don’t have a bladder anymore; I have an internal bag that I have to catheter every 4 hours through a stoma in my abdomen to alive any urine that will leak, and it does. I still have difficulties and infections, but my quality of life has been dramatically improved.  Cancer sucks, and living with cancer sucks even more. Still, I was able to use Rick Simpson Oil (RSO), and not only did it help with my cancer, but it also helped with the pain, depression, and nausea, allowing me to go a day to several days without throwing up finally.

I decided to add this information into this post because I talk to people every day, and they don’t know or have access to RSO oil, and I feel I owe my life to Cannabis today, and so do many others.  If you have cancer or know someone with cancer, look into Cannabis and add Cannabis to your medical treatment. It helps considerably, and I often wonder if Cannabis was always a part of a healthy list of suitable medications. Would we still have a lot of the same cancers, severe mental illnesses like depression, anxiety, or overdoses we have today?

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