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The Cure for Cancer. Really.

by   Posted on December 2nd, 2012 in Aaron Canada, Christopher Robinson  and tagged , , , , , , , , , ,


On June 26th, Amanda Smith found out that she had a malignant tumor in her brain that was roughly the size of a pea.

The mass was located in the 3rd ventricle of the brain which, to give you a better idea of its location, is toward the back of the head and is directly beneath the fornix and corpus callosum, between the brain’s two hemispheres.

The main concern in Amanda’s case was the intracranial pressure created by the tumor that was also causing irregular hormone distribution from the hypothalamus gland to the pineal gland, from serotonin and dopamine to vasopressin and melatonin.

She was very moody, fatigued, and urinated frequently. The doctors told her that they would perform surgery on August 24th.

Amanda was prescribed ONLY Topamax before the surgery, because of migraines that were caused by the aforementioned intracranial pressure. She did not take it, however, because she claimed that it made her more fatigued and drowsy than she already was.

She started taking Manitoba Harvest Hemp oil on June 29th, taking just two capsules every day.

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