I am getting ready to travel again. I am not fond of flying, but I do it to get from point A to point B for a good reason. Also, because of my health problems, I am unable to sit in a car for the length of time it would take to get to Arkansas from Massachusetts. So I keep in mind the good reasons I am traveling to stay positive and focused. In this case, I want to spend time with family. I also want to continue with my passion, Bulldozer Health Incorporated. With the help of amazing volunteers, I want to reach every American, and show them how to take back their health!
Bulldozer Health Inc. has numerous events planned in Fayetteville from the end of October, through the month of November. We have a health fair at the Fayetteville Senior and Wellness Center, healthy cooking classes at Ozark Natural Foods, meditation class at Evander Publishing, and a Health Talk at the Fayetteville Public Library. We will also continue to network with alternative care providers, as this is essential to have a network that people can connect with if they decide that “mainstream” medicine isn’t working for them. We also have a new documentary to shoot. Our Director of Media Services, Note Louis, will be coming to town mid-November to work on the documentary. This is all very exciting!
My excitement is marred though, by something that is really hard for many people to believe. The medicine, that has changed my life, Cannabis, is not legally available to me in Fayetteville. Yes, this it true even though I have been examined by a doctor here in MA and told that cannabis would work for my numerous health problems. In fact, if I use it in Fayetteville, I am breaking the law. As incredulous as this is, it is true. I cannot legally travel on an airplane with my medicine due to Federal law. I cannot obtain my medicine legally while in Arkansas. In short, I must go without it, or be a criminal.
Most people would not travel in this case. I understand that thinking. But when I started this project, I remembered a vow I made when I was very sick and living in Arkansas. I said, “If I find a way to get better, I will come back here and work to improve this health care system”. I am a woman of my word. So, with my other herbal treatments in tow, I will go back to Arkansas again, and effect change through the Bulldozer Health Inc. project. We have great volunteers who will help me. I have family who will help me. They will help to get me through my time there as my body declines in front of them. Thankfully, the cannabis has healed some of my health problems. But the fact is, I am still working on taking back my health. The cannabis is still working at healing many of my issues and it helps tremendously with inflammation, eye problems and pain. It is a needed medicine for me. Since it takes a while to leave the body, it will be a little while before the full effect of not having it is realized. I am preparing myself for that.
Our health system is incredibly flawed, and we are still living with cannabis prohibition. For things to truly be right, we have to work to lift this prohibition, so that everyone can have access to this medicine and grow it themselves if they want to. Until then, we must stop treating patients as criminals, and at least legalize it across the country. I am living proof that this medicine works. And there are so many people like me. The fact is, we must all have access to all of the health alternatives available. As it stands right now, we are all paying for mandatory health insurance, that mainly gives us access to pills and/or surgery. This is not enough. We must demand more. We must demand better. The pharmaceutical companies have owned all of us including our doctors and our government for far too long.
Take back your health America!
Wendy Love Edge
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