STRENGTH IN NUMBERS

Strength in Numbers dedicated to my late mother Kay

CBD Oil, What do you know?

With so many CBD Oils also available on the market. It is very easy to assume they’re all the same. However, as with most things in life, the devil’s in the detail and no two oils are the same. Quality and effectiveness of both affected by many things, but most importantly; https://maxx4.com/online-store/?sponsorid=100057

  • The extraction method
  • The ingredients
  • The levels of THC
  • Levels of Turpines
  • Levels of Lectins
  • The purity

Full spectrum or made from Isolates

Oil from the whole plant, not just the stalk

Critical CO2 Extraction

 

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Are you living with a silent hell?

I know people close to me like this. They look great on the outside, but inside they are living with a constant hell. Pain, Stress, Bereavement etc. People do not understand that by putting on some make up everything is OK. Well it’s not… Joanna

Are you living with a silent hell? Please comment on our private survey. Please click on the link   https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/hell

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Coroner hits out over care of Russells Hall patient who suffered ‘unnecessary pain’

My comment… How many more times will we read ” Following the inquest, Beverley Parkes, Mrs Jones’ sister, said “We just hope that lessons have been learned ” But Lessons are never learned!!! this keeps on happening. Joanna

Black Country coroner Zafar Siddique said staff at Russells Hall Hospital in Dudley could have done more to ease the suffering of Medina Jones, who had been diagnosed with the rare condition calciphylaxis, which affects patients with kidney disease and results in chronic non-healing wounds. An inquest at Smethwick Council House heard a series of concerns raised by Anna Diamond, the lawyer representing Mrs Jones’ family, that her wounds had not been dressed properly, while a tissue viability nurse had not been involved early enough in her care. Tissue viability is a specialism in wound prevention and management. Other issues included the fact she was moved between wards and there appeared to be a lack of communication between departments.

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http://www.expressandstar.com/news/local-news/2015/01/22/coroner-hits-out-over-care-of-russells-hall-patient-who-suffered-unnecessary-pain/

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Senior Black Country coroner Zafar Siddique

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