From Fibromyalgia to Menopause, How Cannabis Can Help You w/Dr. Michele Ross

Without a doubt, you’ve heard about the many benefits of CBD, considering it’s everywhere these days.

But do you know how supportive CBD or THC, or best yet, the *combination* of the two can be for reproductive and autoimmune issues?

In today’s interview, I sat down with Dr. Michele Ross, a neuroscientist that studied addiction who fell into using cannabis after debilitating illness struck her and nothing else would help. Once wheelchair bound and on oxygen after surviving deadly bloodclots, Dr. Ross found her way to plant medicine after deciding she couldn’t live a life using opiods to just get through.

She found her way to thriving.

We have a powerful discussion about how the proper use of cannabis can not only help the extreme pain of fibromyalgia, but also period pain, menopause, and chemically-induced menopause. We dive into how cannabis suppositories may even help with fibroids and ovarian cysts, plus other issues in the uterus.

I was blown-away with what I learned, and I’m sure you will be too. This is information that *everyone* should be aware of.

And we definitely chat about her time on Big Brother 11!

 

Dr. Michele Ross holds a doctorate in Neuroscience and an Executive MBA. As both a patient with multiple chronic illnesses including fibromyalgia and a scientist, she has been a leader in drug policy reform, patient advocacy, and cannabis education.

Dr. Ross is the author of five books including Vitamin Weed: A 4-Step Plan to Prevent and Reverse Endocannabinoid Deficiency and the upcoming CBD Oil For Health. She has created educational courses on multiple platforms including the Holistic Cannabis Academy, Green Flower Media, and her own sites including fibrouniversity.com and drmicheleross.com.

Dr. Ross is known for breaking boundaries as the first scientist to star on a reality television series in the world, finishing 4th place on the hit CBS series Big Brother 11. She has been featured on the Today Show, the Doctors, Vice, and many other media outlets, and now lives in Las Vegas. Find her at her website, or order her book, Vitamin Weed: A 4-Step Plan to Prevent and Reverse Endocannabinoid Deficiency.

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