Michael J. Fox: Medicinal product assists Parkinson’s

Donna Crane
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Reprinted from The Voice, November 9, 2017.

Suzanne Pischner (CNN) reports: “After decades of battling with Parkinson’s Disease, Michael J. Fox and Cornell University student, Amanda Pyces, commenced to find the safest, most effective form of medicinal cannabis.

“Their goal: Bring an all natural product to the masses that actually works to treat both Parkinson’s and the countless conditions that can be alleviated from the naturally occurring medicine. Cannabis has widely been considered as the most natural way to help people relax and relieve stress.

“After seven years of nonstop research and advocacy, those goals are finally within reach with the launch of his new, medical-grade line of cannabinoid oils and products…and don’t expect him to slow down anytime soon.

“Michael J. Fox explained by phone that the medicinal and recreational surges of popularity as of late have brought a huge rise in the number of different cannabis producers, all operating under fluctuating, often obscure regulatory standards.

“‘There’s a lot of garage scientists in this industry, who are well-meaning people…I don’t think anyone gets up in the morning, goes to the garage, and thinks they’ll make something poisonous that could hurt people,’ he said.

“‘That’s why I chose to be a partner with Cornell researchers and Amanda; she’s a chemistry major who proved herself after winning gold at a recent nationwide pain-reflief competition. This exclusive formula can’t be found anywhere else.’

“With the help of Amanda and advanced researchers at Cornell University, we have created Liquid Tree CBD, which contains a number of natural healing properties. This is the product of thousands of hours of research and development. I wouldn’t endorse something I don’t believe in and have tried myself.”’

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CNN: ‘Tell us, how did you know where to start?’

Amanda: ‘To be honest, I really didn’t. I was given a budget for the project by the University, and I spent nearly all of it researching everything under the sun. I looked into other previous research, case studies, and even successful pain relief stories of others. Once Michael J. Fox reached out to me, I knew that I was on to something.’

CNN: ‘So Michael J. Fox, how did you find out about Liquid Tree CBD?’

Michael J. Fox: ‘Well, I’ve struggled with Parkinson’s and the anxiety that came with it for most of my life. Once I heard there was research being done at Cornell, I really felt compelled to help others experiencing the same thing as me, along with any other conditions people may be facing.’

CNN: ‘Was it expensive to get Liquid Tree CBD?’

Michael J. Fox: ‘I’ve personally invested my own resources to ensure the efficacy and safety of this product. By the time I had found out about Liquid Tree CBD, they had luckily already made substantial progress. Since Liquid Tree CBD is a completely natural formula, the supplier doesn’t spend a lot to manufacture it.’

“How does it work?

“Cannabinoid, or CBD, is a miracle product that everyone has been using to alleviate various conditions, including chronic pain, anxiety, nausea, rheumatoid arthritis, schizophrenia, diabetes, PTSD, alcoholism, strokes and cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other ailments. If you haven’t already heard, Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive component of Cannabis that has a wide range of therapeutic benefits. CBD is naturally occurring in the Hemp plant and according to the United States’ own government patent 6,630,507 it supports the nutrition of aging bodies. Cannabidiol is found to have particular benefits as a neuroprotectant, for example in limiting neurological damage following stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neuro-degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimers disease and Parkinsons disease.

“Liquid Tree CBD has been clinically proven to:

“Reduce acute stress and anxiety;

“Reduce neck, chest, and lower back pain;

“Boosts energy levels and improve mood;

“Improve immune system health,” Pischner wrote.

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