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When work becomes a mission you just want to share with everyone!

Y’all know I’ve been on the Green crusade. I’ve even heard from my close “people” “”Enough Already, it’s like your obsessed””

Well the truth is I probably am. If you followed along and you know my little journey, and you’ve seen some of the good changes and I appreciate your interest.

 Here’s where the journey changes up a little bit, in a big way, in a good way  and now I feel like I could do anything. 

 Personally, from a healing perspective, I have begun the RSO protocol. Just a few weeks in, and I feel like a new person. See, it’s show season and you have to be on your game.  It is a time that is totally consuming, do you need every ounce of energy you can muster and then some. Well I was one show in the five weeks schedule, and the migraine began along with a lupus episode. I thought I was going to have to cancel all my events. I had purchased An RSO syringe, with the hopes to try it in the summer when my show settle down. Well in the heat of the migraine knowing I was a special guest at Natures Care and Wellness -I thought what the hell I might as well try it now. 

 That night, I went to bed fingers crossed that I would wake up feeling a little bit better, as I knew how much effort time and money has been invested. Well to my surprise, I woke up feeling a lot better actually but I thought it was just a head game. Showing on we had a great time, it was successful,  but I was feeling pretty rough.  

  That night I mentally prepared myself for three months of who knows what it said this just might be what makes a difference. Well, it’s been a few weeks and I have been faithful with the RSO medication, and I feel 30 years younger. I feel as if I did before I had a lupus diagnosis, and most days I feel as if I was never in the accident. And I still have two months to go.

 Well, it’s been a few weeks and I have been faithful with the RSO medication, and I feel 30 years younger. I feel as if I did before I had a lupus diagnosis, and most days I feel as if I was never in the accident. And I still have two months to go.  

 However let me explain what I am doing.  From all the research and reading I had done on RSO, I knew it had to be done at a time where I could relax, rest, and let my body heal. From what I read the highs, the sleepiness, and all those things you would have to endure.  Well I knew I really couldn’t afford that kind of downtime, so I opted for an unconventional way to administer the medication.  

 Yes you guessed it, I have made and continue to make suppositories, and I have experienced no mental high. What I have experienced, is overall body wellness, a much clearer head regarding my bipolar stuff, inflammation swelling and overall body  pain is gone, and even some skin issues have settled. I feel stronger, and much more mentally sharp, even my social anxiety is gone. This is huge considering the work and frustration, I deal with daily because of the Traumatic Brain Injury. I almost look forward now to going to bed so I know in the morning I’m going to wake up feeling better than the day before. 

 With all of these changes, and how it has made me a more productive human, life is so much better. That is why I feel it is my duty to spread the good news about this magical  medicine.  

Fingers crossed the healing will continue as I go through the Dose plan of RSO.  This is not something to be taken lightly or granted, and I’m so grateful I have been able  to work with a few dispensaries who are tracking my progress and helping me through the changes. 

I will keep you all posted, but I do think this is the miracle I have been praying  for.

 

 

 

Linda Biggs
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