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D/x: Polyarticular Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
Age: 13 / Year: 2001(ZOOM)
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🔰 2001-2003: pain, shock, fear, uncertainty contribute to more time in bed, not moving, getting kinda depressed, eating terribly still, homeschooled suddenly (not choice)
🔰2004: begin dietary lifestyle changes, read

D/x: Polyarticular Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Age: 13 / Year: 2001(ZOOM) ⠀ 🔰 2001-2003: pain, shock, fear, uncertainty contribute to more time in bed, not moving, getting kinda depressed, eating terribly still, homeschooled suddenly (not choice) 🔰2004: begin dietary lifestyle changes, read "Conquering Arthritis" 🤔🍽💜, return to public school, motivated, moving, happier 🔰Tried Enbrel + MTX at some point in h.s: sick & major hair loss, no improvements 😢 🔰2006: started working 35+ hours/wk + maintained honor roll & college prep + started drinking socially 🍻 🔰2007: move out, move back in, grad h.s., start college, stay in dorms + parents'home 🏡 🔰2008: college break 1 semester, get own apt, work 35+ hr wks, running regularly, eating gluten & peanut butter still, sudden MAJOR FLARE, put on #prednisone , realize peanuts aggravate arthritis, lose/relinquish job due to RA, back to college 🤓 🔰2009: m/c @ 9wks, major depr, carefully orchestrated alt treatments for dep & anxiety (see reset.me and @mapsnews ) w/success - also began researching & smoking cannabis for conditions 🍃👍 🔰2009-2014: taking between 15-30mg Prednisone 2x/day, (+ drinking reg), #moonface developed, insane acne, hideously painful yeast infections, #buffalohump shoulders formed, weight ballooned to 170lbs, mood swings, bad gums, etc, drop out 🔰 2013: 1st time #synvisc injections in knees 😍 🔰 2014: try Sulf, no luck, go gf finally... still only taking Pred, start sublingual THC nightly @ end of year 🍯 🔰 2015: find out about #Reishi to replace Pred, begin new research on EVERYTHING, start tapering slowly myself b/c docs want me off of it but aren't sure how to help 🤷🏼‍♀️👩‍⚕️ Try vegan.. 🔰 2016: start mixing THC w/MCT, try #Sulfasalazine again w/#Plaquenil , begin #CBD therapy every day, add #Enbrel due to safety afforded by #cannabinoids while refusing the usual MTX with it 👍 Visual pred side effects abating 👀 Vegan bad for Me, weight 109lbs, MEAT AGAIN, big improvements 🔰2017: 122lbs, Enbrel helps, try working, get horrible, quit, dedicate 2 health, winter WORST 🔰 2018: GOT OFF PRED❣🙌🌈START EXERCISE- FEELING GREAT! Reishi + collagen + magnes, more #orthovisc shots! HEALING! ...

#Repost from @diariodelupus (@repost_media_app)
Um dia eu estava na faculdade à noite (era inverno, estava bastante frio) fazendo aula de natação (nunca falei sobre isso... sou formada em Educação Física), e percebi que não tinha sensibilidade nos dedos dos pés, e eles estavam super brancos (parecia não ter circulação). Na hora de tomar banho pra ir embora, os dedos das mãos também estavam assim. Isso se repetiu em todas as aulas, e, a partir daí, sempre que fazia frio. 
Sempre fui um pouco “fora da casinha” haha. Nunca liguei muito para as coisas e sempre achei tudo normal. De fato vi que tinha algo diferente, mas pensei que fosse apenas uma sensibilidade a mais para o frio. Mal sabia que era meu corpo já começando a dar os sinais... e foi justamente por causa dele (no futuro) que eu descobri o lobo! 🐺 
Para quem não conhece, esse é o chamado Fenômeno de Raynaud. Ele é caracterizado por um vasoespasmo das extremidades. O resultado é esse: a ponta dos dedos fica pálida, e depois, no meu caso, roxa. Essas mãos são minhas, sem efeito de foto algum... (Como alguém pode achar que isso é normal? Hahaha). O Fenômeno de Raynaud existe em grau primário e secundário. No primário, ele é apenas uma sensibilidade mesmo e não está associado à alguma doença. No secundário significa que ele é indício de alguma doença autoimune (que foi o meu caso ☹️). No geral, ele não me atrapalha em absolutamente nada. Existem remedinhos para que o mesmo não aconteça, mas nunca me incomodei. Em situações de frio, coloco minhas luvinhas e mantenho minhas mãos sempre quentes. No fim, acho até engraçadinho rs. Esse é mais um detalhinho que nos deixa tão especiais! 🥰✨ Mais alguma aqui Borboletinha convive com o amigo Raynaud? 🥶❄️🧤🧣🦋 ______________
🇺🇸 - English translation in the comments below 😉 
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#lupus #les #reumatologia #lupuseritematososistemico #reumato #reumatismo #doencacronica #rheumatology #corticoide #prednisona  #rheumatologist #autoimune  #vidacomlupus #lupuswarrior #lupusfight #lupusfighter #lupusawareness #lupusandme #chronicpain #autoimmune #autoimmunedisease #lupuslife #corticosteroids #prednisone #blog #blogueira #raynaud #fenomenoderaynaud #raynaudsphenom.

#Repost from @diariodelupus (@repost_media_app ) Um dia eu estava na faculdade à noite (era inverno, estava bastante frio) fazendo aula de natação (nunca falei sobre isso... sou formada em Educação Física), e percebi que não tinha sensibilidade nos dedos dos pés, e eles estavam super brancos (parecia não ter circulação). Na hora de tomar banho pra ir embora, os dedos das mãos também estavam assim. Isso se repetiu em todas as aulas, e, a partir daí, sempre que fazia frio. Sempre fui um pouco “fora da casinha” haha. Nunca liguei muito para as coisas e sempre achei tudo normal. De fato vi que tinha algo diferente, mas pensei que fosse apenas uma sensibilidade a mais para o frio. Mal sabia que era meu corpo já começando a dar os sinais... e foi justamente por causa dele (no futuro) que eu descobri o lobo! 🐺 Para quem não conhece, esse é o chamado Fenômeno de Raynaud. Ele é caracterizado por um vasoespasmo das extremidades. O resultado é esse: a ponta dos dedos fica pálida, e depois, no meu caso, roxa. Essas mãos são minhas, sem efeito de foto algum... (Como alguém pode achar que isso é normal? Hahaha). O Fenômeno de Raynaud existe em grau primário e secundário. No primário, ele é apenas uma sensibilidade mesmo e não está associado à alguma doença. No secundário significa que ele é indício de alguma doença autoimune (que foi o meu caso ☹️). No geral, ele não me atrapalha em absolutamente nada. Existem remedinhos para que o mesmo não aconteça, mas nunca me incomodei. Em situações de frio, coloco minhas luvinhas e mantenho minhas mãos sempre quentes. No fim, acho até engraçadinho rs. Esse é mais um detalhinho que nos deixa tão especiais! 🥰✨ Mais alguma aqui Borboletinha convive com o amigo Raynaud? 🥶❄️🧤🧣🦋 ______________ 🇺🇸 - English translation in the comments below 😉 ______________ #lupus #les #reumatologia #lupuseritematososistemico #reumato #reumatismo #doencacronica #rheumatology #corticoide #prednisona #rheumatologist #autoimune #vidacomlupus #lupuswarrior #lupusfight #lupusfighter #lupusawareness #lupusandme #chronicpain #autoimmune #autoimmunedisease #lupuslife #corticosteroids #prednisone #blog #blogueira #raynaud #fenomenoderaynaud #raynaudsphenom ...

Today marks the 1 yr anniversary my doctor took me off #methotrexate. I started weekly injections at the office May 2016 and in June 2016 I almost died from a combo of methotrexate and Imurin. My RBC count was at 1 and my WBC count was at 2 and I had pancreatitis. When I switched doctors in March 2017, my hubby took over and started giving me injections. I can recall the pain, fatigue, vomiting, and nausea from it & begging my hubby if we could just say we did the injection and not do it. I lost a lot of hair (I had a lot) so I cut it short and it was out of control! My nails had a really gross growth on them. I found @medicalmedium via Amazon recommendation and I started my journey (w/ my team of doctors’ approvals) w/ his 1st book on July 1, 2017.  For the past 22 months, I’ve been taking 1 day at time healing my lupus and RA, 2 benign vascular brain tumors and microvascular brain disease (I had a stroke). This is how blending all 4 MM books & podcasts worked for me: by March 7, 2018 my doctor took me off chemo. By July 2018, my brain disease healed and my brain tumors were gone. By September 2018, I was finally off prednisone. These days, I don’t feel my lupus or RA symptoms anymore. We’ve wanted to start our family since we got married Dec 2015, but being on meds and bedridden for so long wasn’t an option. I thought I was going to be on them for life. Doctors advised me to live a life w/out kids. Anthony/Spirit’s knowledge gave us another chance & now that we’ve waited 1 year after my last treatment, I can’t believe that our dreams of wanting to start a family is here! We’ve been waiting for this day to arrive and we are hopeful for what our future may bring. We hope to grow our family and I thank Anthony for helping to make our dreams become a possibility when it wasn’t for so long. I’m 37 and after everything my hubby & I went through in the last 3 yrs, we never imagined that we would be here in good health & alive! Every day, we are humbled & grateful. I know our lives would be very different w/out Anthony’s books. Each day is a gift to do what we can for our health w/ kindness, gentleness, love & compassion. With love light & gratitude, Ginny 💛🌟🙏.

Today marks the 1 yr anniversary my doctor took me off #methotrexate . I started weekly injections at the office May 2016 and in June 2016 I almost died from a combo of methotrexate and Imurin. My RBC count was at 1 and my WBC count was at 2 and I had pancreatitis. When I switched doctors in March 2017, my hubby took over and started giving me injections. I can recall the pain, fatigue, vomiting, and nausea from it & begging my hubby if we could just say we did the injection and not do it. I lost a lot of hair (I had a lot) so I cut it short and it was out of control! My nails had a really gross growth on them. I found @medicalmedium via Amazon recommendation and I started my journey (w/ my team of doctors’ approvals) w/ his 1st book on July 1, 2017. For the past 22 months, I’ve been taking 1 day at time healing my lupus and RA, 2 benign vascular brain tumors and microvascular brain disease (I had a stroke). This is how blending all 4 MM books & podcasts worked for me: by March 7, 2018 my doctor took me off chemo. By July 2018, my brain disease healed and my brain tumors were gone. By September 2018, I was finally off prednisone. These days, I don’t feel my lupus or RA symptoms anymore. We’ve wanted to start our family since we got married Dec 2015, but being on meds and bedridden for so long wasn’t an option. I thought I was going to be on them for life. Doctors advised me to live a life w/out kids. Anthony/Spirit’s knowledge gave us another chance & now that we’ve waited 1 year after my last treatment, I can’t believe that our dreams of wanting to start a family is here! We’ve been waiting for this day to arrive and we are hopeful for what our future may bring. We hope to grow our family and I thank Anthony for helping to make our dreams become a possibility when it wasn’t for so long. I’m 37 and after everything my hubby & I went through in the last 3 yrs, we never imagined that we would be here in good health & alive! Every day, we are humbled & grateful. I know our lives would be very different w/out Anthony’s books. Each day is a gift to do what we can for our health w/ kindness, gentleness, love & compassion. With love light & gratitude, Ginny 💛🌟🙏 ...

Many people with #crohns and #ulcerativecolitis who take common #ibd drugs such as #prednisone #humira and #remicade experience side effects. It can be weight gain, mood swings, hunger, rage, flu like symptoms and many other.  What side effects were the worst for you? P. S. I would like to let you know that a reputable health company is giving away a FREE container of high quality premium protein and FREE live potent probiotic for people to try out and experience benefits for themselves. It’s truly free, no strings attached, worldwide shipping. You are very welcome to get it through my website at https://outsmartdisease.com/IBD-resources or just use the link in my instagram profile description at @crohnsresearch <<== clickable link.

Many people with #crohns and #ulcerativecolitis who take common #ibd drugs such as #prednisone #humira and #remicade experience side effects. It can be weight gain, mood swings, hunger, rage, flu like symptoms and many other. What side effects were the worst for you? P. S. I would like to let you know that a reputable health company is giving away a FREE container of high quality premium protein and FREE live potent probiotic for people to try out and experience benefits for themselves. It’s truly free, no strings attached, worldwide shipping. You are very welcome to get it through my website at https://outsmartdisease.com/IBD-resources or just use the link in my instagram profile description at @crohnsresearch <<== clickable link ...

Oh, the accuracy of this picture makes me laugh and cringe at the same time!! Does anyone feel like an absolute maniac when they are taking steroids? My poor household, they all prepare for it when the doctor increases mine. Some days I feel like I can lift a car with my pinky, and others I just feel off, like my blood is boiling, but at the same time, the steroids always help me come out of a flare faster. It is a bittersweet medication, that is for sure. 
How do steroids affect you? How long have you been on them? Six years ago I was supposed to go on a two week course and it has been just over six years now - I am finally down to my lowest mg ever in that time, praise God!
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#steroids #prednisone #medication #lupus #lupuschick #flare #flareup #chronicillness #autoimmune #warrior #spoonie #sle #iamalupuschick #chronicillnesslife #chronicillnessmemes #humor #meme #chronicillnesscommunity #lupussupport #lupusawareness #chronicillnessadvocate.

Oh, the accuracy of this picture makes me laugh and cringe at the same time!! Does anyone feel like an absolute maniac when they are taking steroids? My poor household, they all prepare for it when the doctor increases mine. Some days I feel like I can lift a car with my pinky, and others I just feel off, like my blood is boiling, but at the same time, the steroids always help me come out of a flare faster. It is a bittersweet medication, that is for sure. How do steroids affect you? How long have you been on them? Six years ago I was supposed to go on a two week course and it has been just over six years now - I am finally down to my lowest mg ever in that time, praise God! . . . #steroids #prednisone #medication #lupus #lupuschick #flare #flareup #chronicillness #autoimmune #warrior #spoonie #sle #iamalupuschick #chronicillnesslife #chronicillnessmemes #humor #meme #chronicillnesscommunity #lupussupport #lupusawareness #chronicillnessadvocate ...

This is the result of me being on prednisone for 7 weeks (60/40/30mg wean). Both of these pictures were taken without any makeup on. The prednisone has made me retain crazy amounts of water causing the puffiness in my face. It has caused “steroid acne” which thankfully is starting to improve. My lips have even started to swell up. On the positive side, my hemoglobin levels are back to normal and my eyes as you can see are no longer jaundice. Sometimes this medication is a matter of life and death. I am not as weak as I was over a month ago but these side effects are killer. I wish those of us living with autoimmune conditions had better options for medications when it’s a matter of life or death. Simply put, if it weren’t for this dang medicine I love to hate, I could very well not be here today. Dang antibodies.
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#lupus #lupusawareness #autoimmunedisease #autoimmunehemolyticanemia #hemolyticanemia #prednisone #steriods #hematologist #moonface #sjogrens #puffy #feellikeaballoon #chronicillness #invisibleillness.

This is the result of me being on prednisone for 7 weeks (60/40/30mg wean). Both of these pictures were taken without any makeup on. The prednisone has made me retain crazy amounts of water causing the puffiness in my face. It has caused “steroid acne” which thankfully is starting to improve. My lips have even started to swell up. On the positive side, my hemoglobin levels are back to normal and my eyes as you can see are no longer jaundice. Sometimes this medication is a matter of life and death. I am not as weak as I was over a month ago but these side effects are killer. I wish those of us living with autoimmune conditions had better options for medications when it’s a matter of life or death. Simply put, if it weren’t for this dang medicine I love to hate, I could very well not be here today. Dang antibodies. • • • #lupus #lupusawareness #autoimmunedisease #autoimmunehemolyticanemia #hemolyticanemia #prednisone #steriods #hematologist #moonface #sjogrens #puffy #feellikeaballoon #chronicillness #invisibleillness ...

Flashback Friday 💥 ▪️Woke up feeling a little nostalgic today as I stared into that photo you see on the left. That picture was taken by by husband just a little less than a year ago. ▪️Last year in September, I was put on a high dose of Prednisone to help with all the Lupus complications that surged on after my diagnosis. I actually never even bothered learning about that medication and simply drank them as my doctor prescribed them. ▪️But soon enough, I noticed my face started changing. Quickly, my cheeks got huge. My eyes got smaller. My face got rounder. I got rashes and red flares. I started gaining weight like crazy and there was absolutely nothing I could do to stop it. ▪️Prednisone is a drug that is used to suppress the immune system and the inflammation in your body. Having an auto immune disease means your body is overactive and attacking itself therefore you’ll almost always see us drinking these pills. ▪️I can’t say I totally hate prednisone, I mean it did save my life. But it also caused a tremendous amount of damage to my physical and my morale. I hated the way I looked. ▪️Although I am not completely off of this medication, I am at a low enough dose where the side effects of it are very minimal. Prednisone cannot simply be stopped, you have to gradually taper it down so your body has time to recover and produce its own. ▪️Now, I am staring at the picture on the right. My face is back to normal, with the exception of those scars I now have. But they serve as a reminder that I am no longer in the place I was a year ago. ▪️ It’s crazy how much things change in the course of a year. Seriously, those flashbacks are so unreal but I am so thankful I am here..

Flashback Friday 💥 ▪️Woke up feeling a little nostalgic today as I stared into that photo you see on the left. That picture was taken by by husband just a little less than a year ago. ▪️Last year in September, I was put on a high dose of Prednisone to help with all the Lupus complications that surged on after my diagnosis. I actually never even bothered learning about that medication and simply drank them as my doctor prescribed them. ▪️But soon enough, I noticed my face started changing. Quickly, my cheeks got huge. My eyes got smaller. My face got rounder. I got rashes and red flares. I started gaining weight like crazy and there was absolutely nothing I could do to stop it. ▪️Prednisone is a drug that is used to suppress the immune system and the inflammation in your body. Having an auto immune disease means your body is overactive and attacking itself therefore you’ll almost always see us drinking these pills. ▪️I can’t say I totally hate prednisone, I mean it did save my life. But it also caused a tremendous amount of damage to my physical and my morale. I hated the way I looked. ▪️Although I am not completely off of this medication, I am at a low enough dose where the side effects of it are very minimal. Prednisone cannot simply be stopped, you have to gradually taper it down so your body has time to recover and produce its own. ▪️Now, I am staring at the picture on the right. My face is back to normal, with the exception of those scars I now have. But they serve as a reminder that I am no longer in the place I was a year ago. ▪️ It’s crazy how much things change in the course of a year. Seriously, those flashbacks are so unreal but I am so thankful I am here. ...

Prednisone was always meant to be short term. Long term side effects are nasty. This is a HUGE milestone in my #rheumatoidarthritis journey. #prednisone #chronicillness #rheumatoidmumstar #celebrate #timetoloseweight #prednisoneweight.

Prednisone was always meant to be short term. Long term side effects are nasty. This is a HUGE milestone in my #rheumatoidarthritis journey. #prednisone #chronicillness #rheumatoidmumstar #celebrate #timetoloseweight #prednisoneweight ...

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Went out to dinner for my brother’s birthday.  Had a filet minot, steamed broccoli and a salad with homemade dressing I smuggled in.  Watched everyone eat bread and dessert without batting an eye.  Last year on Easter I was admitted for my Crohn’s flare.  This year I’m thriving on SCD and sooooo thankful! 
#scd #scddiet #crohns
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Went out to dinner for my brother’s birthday. Had a filet minot, steamed broccoli and a salad with homemade dressing I smuggled in. Watched everyone eat bread and dessert without batting an eye. Last year on Easter I was admitted for my Crohn’s flare. This year I’m thriving on SCD and sooooo thankful! #scd #scddiet #crohns #crohnsdisease #crohnsandcolitis #ibs #ibd #breakingthevicouscycle #digestive #naturalhealing #healyourgut #healyourbody #crohnsawareness #crohnswarrior #colon #prednisone #autoimmunedisease #naturalhealing #thetaoofsteff #spiritual #lifelessons #mindandbody #fistula #bewell #remission #crohnscure #spirit #foodismedicine #naturalhealth #holistic #paleo #remission ...

Not close to legal or SCD period but sometimes I have to make the kids funfetti bunny cupcakes.  We had a neighborhood gathering where tons of little people colored tons of eggs.  Super fun.  I love kids and holidays! 🐰 🐣 
#scd #scddiet #crohns
#crohnsdisease #crohnsandcolitis #ibs #ibd
#breakingthevicouscycle #digestive
#naturalhealing #healyourgut
#healyourbody #crohnsawareness
#crohnswarrior #colon
#prednisone #autoimmunedisease
#naturalhealing
#thetaoofsteff #spiritual
#lifelessons #mindandbody  #fistula
#bewell #remission #crohnscure
#spirit #foodismedicine #naturalhealth
#holistic #paleo #remission.

Not close to legal or SCD period but sometimes I have to make the kids funfetti bunny cupcakes. We had a neighborhood gathering where tons of little people colored tons of eggs. Super fun. I love kids and holidays! 🐰 🐣 #scd #scddiet #crohns #crohnsdisease #crohnsandcolitis #ibs #ibd #breakingthevicouscycle #digestive #naturalhealing #healyourgut #healyourbody #crohnsawareness #crohnswarrior #colon #prednisone #autoimmunedisease #naturalhealing #thetaoofsteff #spiritual #lifelessons #mindandbody #fistula #bewell #remission #crohnscure #spirit #foodismedicine #naturalhealth #holistic #paleo #remission ...

Day20 @goodbyelupus Hyper nourish diet: breakfast, lunch and dinner

今日は旦那の幼なじみの子どものお誕生日会でサクラメントに行ってきました。自宅から車で2時間くらいのところです。サクラメントには日本人がやっている有名なパン屋さんがあってずっと行きたかったところです。今の私にはパンは食べれませんが、たくさん買ってパーティに持って行きました。パーティーでも、ホットドッグやバーガーなど、ほぼ肉料理ばかりなので、野菜は一切ないので、野菜スティックを買って持って行って、私はそれをひたすら食べていました😅

Today, we went to Sacramento for my husband’s friend’s son’s birthday. We also went to Japanese bakery on the way. Off course, I cannot eat their bread, but we got some for the party. I also bring my vegetables to eat at the party.

今日の朝ごはんは野菜スティックをワカモリで食べて、サクラメントに向かう途中もグリーンスムージーを飲みながら行きました。旦那はこのスムージーが大好きです😘

I had vegetable sticks with guacamole for breakfast. We brought a bottle of green smoothie and drank it on the way to Sacramento. My husband loves the green smoothie.

#シェーグレン症候群 #全身性エリテマトーデス #全身性エリテマトーデス仲間募集 #リウマチ #ループス腎炎 #膠原病 #難病 #難病指定 #膠原病女子 #膠原病の人と繋がりたい #膠原病核抗体あり #腎生検 #食事療法 #ステロイド #ステロイド治療 #免疫抑制剤 #セルセプト #免疫抑制剤 #プラケニル #グッバイルーパス #lupus #lupuswarrior
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Day20 @goodbyelupus Hyper nourish diet: breakfast, lunch and dinner 今日は旦那の幼なじみの子どものお誕生日会でサクラメントに行ってきました。自宅から車で2時間くらいのところです。サクラメントには日本人がやっている有名なパン屋さんがあってずっと行きたかったところです。今の私にはパンは食べれませんが、たくさん買ってパーティに持って行きました。パーティーでも、ホットドッグやバーガーなど、ほぼ肉料理ばかりなので、野菜は一切ないので、野菜スティックを買って持って行って、私はそれをひたすら食べていました😅 Today, we went to Sacramento for my husband’s friend’s son’s birthday. We also went to Japanese bakery on the way. Off course, I cannot eat their bread, but we got some for the party. I also bring my vegetables to eat at the party. 今日の朝ごはんは野菜スティックをワカモリで食べて、サクラメントに向かう途中もグリーンスムージーを飲みながら行きました。旦那はこのスムージーが大好きです😘 I had vegetable sticks with guacamole for breakfast. We brought a bottle of green smoothie and drank it on the way to Sacramento. My husband loves the green smoothie. #シェーグレン症候群 #全身性エリテマトーデス #全身性エリテマトーデス仲間募集 #リウマチ #ループス腎炎 #膠原病 #難病 #難病指定 #膠原病女子 #膠原病の人と繋がりたい #膠原病核抗体あり #腎生検 #食事療法 #ステロイド #ステロイド治療 #免疫抑制剤 #セルセプト #免疫抑制剤 #プラケニル #グッバイルーパス #lupus #lupuswarrior #autoimmunedisease #sjogrenssyndrome #rhuematoidarthritis #cellcept #prednisone #plaquenil #goodbyelupus #healingfood ...

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According to popular legend, today is 420 day, and the day has become synonymous with smoking weed over the years to the point where it’s basically

🔥 Follow @CRPSTruth to learn tips and tricks about managing life with Chronic Pain. . . Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, CRPS is the most painful condition known to human existence. It is a disease of the nervous system, starting after an injury on a limb. People who suffer from CRPS are looking to solve pain, nausea, stress and other issues through natural pain killers like medical marijuana. . . According to popular legend, today is 420 day, and the day has become synonymous with smoking weed over the years to the point where it’s basically "National Marijuana Day". That’s only getting bigger as pot legalization becomes more and more widespread. . . A common misconception is that “420” is the amount of chemicals in the weed or that it is police radio code for marijuana smoking. Neither are true. Legend has it that a group of potheads in San Rafael, California, who were roadie's for the Grateful Dead in the the early 1970s, used to get high at 4:20 p.m. in front of a statue of scientist Louis Pasteur. This led to 420 being code for anything marijuana related. . . It took off from there, and by 1990 marijuana publication High Times was using the term 420 and eventually bought the website 420.com. . . Medical Marijuana comes in many different strains, but most chronic pain sufferers use Indica & Sativa strains because they alleviate nausea to a similar degree. Visit our site for more information and what strains will be best for you. . . ComplexTruths, Inc., and Quick Facts are for educational purposes only & are not intended to take as medical advice. . . https://complextruths.org/treatments/natural-therapies-treatments/ ...