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  1. Pam Marshall

    Hi Tanyssa,
    Thank you for sharing your story and experience with medicinal cannabis. I also have had a lifetime of dealing with the issues you speak of. Being new to experimenting with CBD I am having a frustrating time finding what will work for me. I would love to come in and get some advice from you. Is that possible?

    1. beardbros Author

      Hello Pam,
      We am sorry to hear you are also experiencing similar medical issues, but thank you for reading our blog post and reaching out to us. Beginning treatment with medicinal cannabis can be frustrating at times, but finding what works for you is really a trial by refinement process, so to speak. We can certainly help you with this process and are available to answer any questions along the way. You may certainly come in and speak with her, she would welcome the opportunity to provide some advice to you, you may also email her at info@beardbros.ca and or call 250-590-5299.

      1. Pam

        Thanks so much for your response. I will certainly email or call to set up a time to come by. Cheers!

  2. Patti Stoutenburg

    Thanks for sharing your story Tanyssa! I too have many of the same issues as you with the allergies & skin problems! Experimenting with the topical oils & salves for the past few weeks is helping a great deal! I now need to find something stronger than Charlotte which will help my neck & back pain. I have never been a “pot smoker” & have quit smoking 12 years ago so I need to find an edible which will work & not get me high😉 I look forward to coming in & talking with you & the others!

    1. beardbros Author

      Hello Patti,
      Thank you for your response to Tanyssa’s blog post, we are very grateful she has provided her story for patients to know their not alone and that there is options. Wonderful to hear you are finding some relief and with refining your medicating we hope to be able to provide some options for your preferred methods of choice. We do carry a wide variety of medicine in edibles like capsules, tinctures, concentrates, etc that are low in THC, which is the psychoactive component of cannabis that “gets you high”, and hope to have the opportunity to share our knowledge and experiences with you. Please come by, email, or phone us and we can discuss these options with you at your convenience.

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