It took months, but I slowly came off all the medications and began exploring using marijuana and CBD (cannabidiol) products — along with huge changes in diet and exercise -- to try and manage my disease and its symptoms.

I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2007. At the time, I was a 37-year-old mom with three young children to raise, and I didn’t have time to be sick.

So I did what I believed to be the right thing, which was turn to medical doctors to make me better.

I relied on them and their knowledge and advice to make decisions regarding my body and my disease, and I relied on their drugs and medicines.

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Meg Lewellyn ~ EverydayHealth.com

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