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Doctors Give Boy 3 Days To Live, Recovers After Mother Gives Him THIS

David Avocado Wolfe

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When doctors gave Callie Blackwell’s son only 3 days left to live, this heartbroken U.K. mother felt hopeless after the four-year battle against cancer.

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Since the age of 10, Deryn Blackwell battled tirelessly against leukemia, but nothing was working—including four exhausting bone marrow transplants. Although the last marrow transplant was successful in eliminating the cancer in his body, he became extremely sick due to his weakened immune system after contracting an infection while staying in the hospital.

“He was literally being kept alive by antibiotics,” said Callie, “That’s what [doctors] told us.”

The outlook was so dire that Deryn was already coming to terms with his impending death and began planning his funeral.

“After four years of treatment,” said Callie, “it [was] enough.”

Desperate times call for desperate measures, and as any concerned mother would do, she began researching alternative treatments for her son—even one treatment that’s been criminalized in the U.K. for years: cannabis.

However, since doctors told her that Deryn’s cancer was already gone, Callie assumed cannabis had no application for him.

“The cancers [were] gone,” she said, “This [was] now a completely different issue. I would dismiss it and dismiss it.”

Hopeless and in acceptance of his fate, Callie stayed by her son’s side in hospice care as he was given large doses of opiate painkillers—but that’s when she remembered hearing about Bedrocan, a cannabis-based painkiller commonly used throughout Europe.

Wanting to “go through the proper measures,” Callie asked doctors if her son could use the Bedrocan, but they refused since the drug had not been approved for children.

However, in spite of doctors’ cautions, Callie decided to take matters into her own hands: she found a local distributor of cannabis, purchased a small quantity, then researched how to convert it into a liquid form for her son.

“He’s dying anyway,” said Callie, while her son, Deryn, said, “I was happy to [try it].”

Specifically, Callie did not use cannabidiol (CBD) or THC oil, both of which are known in alternative health circles for having anti-cancer uses.

Instead, she used a tincture, saying, “The effects of it blew my mind. It wasn’t what I expected.”

The emotional effects were noticeable within an hour of taking the tincture, as Deryn’s anxiety attacks over his impending death were quickly eliminated, saying he felt, “chilled out, just relaxed.”

But the physical effects were the most incredible of all: Deryn’s hand condition had drastically improved, while his white blood cell count increased significantly.

“All of a sudden his white count [had] appeared,” said Callie,”Doctors were running around frantically” in order to perform more tests.

Cunningly, Callie decided to test the tincture’s effectiveness by temporarily suspending it—quickly noticing that Deryn’s white blood cell count began to drop.

Although Callie says she does not believe cannabis can cure cancer, she nonetheless has no doubts or regrets about its effects on her son.

Sources:
The Anti-Media
The New York Daily news

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