Hand in Hand – Diet and Cannabis Oil


Last September I wrote a blog about “Saying Goodbye to the GAPS diet.” The verdict is still out but it was either the best or worst decision I have made in the past couple of years in regards to her health. I slowly incorporated starches into our regimen. At first it was very small amounts of quinoa. Then I let [...]

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I am Not A Criminal


I was born a rule follower. Ask anyone who grew up with me. I didn’t break the rules. I didn’t cuss, didn’t drink, blah, blah, blah. I was the good girl. Not perfect, just the typical societal sheep that didn’t question authority. Fast forward to my baby girl getting sick and the tide has turned. There is not one rock [...]

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A Day In Our Life……

new day

We were driving to Reagan’s paddleboarding practice. It is her favorite extracurricular activity. My husband had just left the same day to go back to Texas. (If you are not caught up with our story, we recently split our family between Texas and California so that we can have Medical Cannabis as an option for our child) It takes a [...]

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Puzzle Pieces – Magnesium, Masking and Essential Oils

Egg Yolks

We recently made some hard decisions and split our family so that Kennedy could have a better chance of healing. A month ago Reagan, Kennedy and I made our way into a beach town in Southern California. Why a beach town? Dr. Natasha McBride Campbell suggests that ocean living promotes healing. Why California? A chance to try Medical Marijuana without [...]

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Are You Pro Life?


Hopefully that tagline got your attention! Here is where it stems from: “There is no such thing as a pro-life opponent of medical marijuana.” -Ann Lee 6/8/2014 Texas NORML Regional Conference And the point is how can one be so dead set on campaigning for “life” and NOT be FOR medical marijuana that is saving people’s lives? We are at [...]

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Saying Goodbye to the GAPS Diet


This is not going to be a blog on bashing the GAPS diet. In fact, I am so thankful for my GAPS journey and all that I have learned. I wouldn’t be able to write this blog if it wasn’t for the GAPS diet. On March 17, 2011 we started a healing protocol for Kennedy called the Specific Carbohydrate Diet [...]

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Part II: Saying Goodbye to the GAPS Diet

My daughter has Dravet syndrome and is 5 ½ years old. She is not on any meds and has never been on meds for longer than 3 weeks. In fact, she has only taken AED’s for about 39 days, not consecutively, for her whole life. We attribute this to how far advanced she is for her age. She has not [...]

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