From the Desk of John Malanca
Date: March 15, 2019
If there was a simple way to slash your pain level by 50%… 80%… perhaps even 100% — wouldn’t you want to know about it?
What if you could reduce (or even eliminate) your need for dangerous drugs, surgeries, or other medical procedures?
And do this without spending an arm and a leg…
I know — it sounds almost too good to be true. That’s why I wouldn’t blame you if you’re skeptical. After all, you may have lived with pain for months — or even years.
Your pain may stop you from sleeping through the night. And prevent you from enjoying the activities and hobbies you used to love…
Pain can make it difficult to play with your grandchildren — or even walk or sit comfortably.
If you’ve been suffering for some time, odds are you’ve tried just about everything to ease your suffering…
Painkillers, aspirin, exercise, rest, hot and cold packs, cortisone shots, maybe even surgery. At best, these offered only temporary relief.
It’s likely nothing has succeeded at giving you a lasting solution to your pain…
Maybe you’ve even wondered about — or tried — medical cannabis or CBD… but may not have been 100% sure where to begin. You may have questions. And you don’t know where to turn to for help.
That’s why I’m writing you today…
You’re about to discover the TRUTH about medical cannabis.
Even better, to help you decide whether cannabis could be an option to reducing or even eliminating your suffering.
And in a minute, you’ll discover how other people are using medical cannabis as a safe and natural way to ease or eliminate pain due to common health problems such as:
You’ll see with your own eyes what current medical and scientific research says about medical cannabis…
What’s more, you’ll read — in their own words — how they are relieving pain with this sacred plant naturally.
But first, let me introduce myself…
My name is John Malanca.
I didn’t always know much about medical cannabis…
But when my father-in-law Stan was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer with metastasis to the brain and sent home to hospice with 2 weeks to live…
My wife, Corinne and I started searching for treatments to help ease his suffering. We discovered medical cannabis and we began using it to help him eat.
We were surprised when instead of getting worse… he began to feel better.
And while it may seem shocking… after incorporating medical cannabis into his own healing journey, Stan is still alive — 8 years later!
Of course, Stan’s case isn’t the only amazing outcome I’ve seen. Throughout the past 8 years… I’ve been blessed to receive countless messages from people whose lives have been touched by this sacred plant.
That’s because, for many years, I’ve been on the front lines of advocating for the legal use of cannabis.
I’ve consulted with thousands of people suffering from painful and debilitating ailments — along with their family members, caretakers, and doctors.
And I’ve made it my mission to educate patients and the public about the benefits of medical cannabis — and how to safely access and use it to ease pain and suffering.
Along the way, I decided to join forces with The Sacred Plant company, an organization dedicated to helping millions of people benefit from the healing power of cannabis.
Before getting to the powerful benefits of this natural plant medicine, it’s important to know a few key facts about pain…
When you go to the doctor with a complaint of pain, you’ve probably been asked to describe it.
That’s because pain comes in many “flavors.”
Pain can ache, throb, sting, twinge, shoot, stab, or cramp…
It can be dull or sharp.
It can range from irritation or discomfort all the way to torment and agony.
Regardless, just know you have a lot of company if you’re a pain sufferer.
And according to the Institute of Medicine of The National Academies, 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain.1
In fact, pain affects more Americans than heart disease, cancer, and diabetes combined!
This makes pain one of the most common reasons adults seek medical care. And one of the most common reasons doctors write prescriptions for strong medications.
Pain-relieving drugs have literally been a life-saver for millions. Truth is, they play a vital role in easing human suffering.
Just imagine what life would have been like before people had medications to tamp down pain due to broken bones, serious diseases, even toothaches…
However, as beneficial as they may be, these pain drugs also come with frightening risks.
Rock music legend Tom Petty died in 2017 at the age of 66. His death was attributed to an accidental overdose of the powerful painkillers fentanyl and oxycodone, plus sedatives and antidepressants.
Sadly, his tragic story is not uncommon…
Petty had previously suffered a serious hip injury along with other ailments.
And after his autopsy findings were made public, his wife and daughter released this statement:
“Despite this painful injury he insisted on keeping his commitment to his fans and he toured for 53 dates with a fractured hip. And, as he did, it worsened to a more serious injury. On the day he passed he was informed that his hip had graduated to a full-on break.
It is our feeling that the pain was simply unbearable and was the cause for his over use of medication… Many people who overdose begin with a legitimate injury or simply do not understand the potency and deadly nature of these medications.”
Of course, celebrity deaths capture all the attention…
So you probably know that rock superstar Prince, “The Purple One,” also died from an overdose at age 57. His death also was attributed to the painkiller fentanyl, which is considered one of the most powerful of all opioids.
Then there was actor Heath Ledger, star of Brokeback Mountain and the Batman sequel The Dark Knight. Ledger died at the young age of 28 from a prescription drug overdose.
Opiate drugs such as oxycodone (OxyContin) and hydrocodone (Vicodin) were found in his system, along with drugs for anxiety and insomnia.
These are just the famous people…
But what about the millions of Joes and Janes who take strong medications for pain?
Sadly, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) tell us that every single day, more than 115 people in the United States die from overdosing on opioids.
The plain and simple truth is, these drugs, while necessary at times… are dangerous.
That’s why the NIH now recommends a change in focus… a shift to safe, effective, and non-addictive strategies to manage chronic pain.
It’s my firm belief that medical cannabis can truly help fill this need.
However, there are still many obstacles to overcome…
Did you know… that in the 1920’s, American doctors wrote 3 million prescriptions containing cannabis — per year?
Unfortunately, decades of bias, propaganda, fear, and even racism severely damaged public perception of this natural medicine.
Despite an outcry from the American Medical Association in 1937, Congress went on to pass laws criminalizing cannabis…
This led to many decades of vilifying the herb as a “menace” or “demon weed” — leading to false claims of “insanity, criminality, and death” from its use.
As part of the so-called “War on Drugs,” the Controlled Substances act of 1970 was signed into law by then-President Richard Nixon.
This effectively listed cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug (along with heroin, LSD, and ecstasy) — wrongly proclaiming it had no medical uses and had a high potential for abuse.
Yet, strangely enough (or perhaps, not so strangely when you think about it)…
The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office has issued medical cannabis-related patents to the pharmaceutical industry and to the very own U.S. Department of Health and Human Services — despite cannabis being classified as an illegal Schedule 1 drug under the Controlled Substances Act.
There was some good news in 1996, when the Compassionate Use Act was passed in California, allowing the medical use of cannabis for diseases such as cancer and AIDS.
And the news continues to improve…
While it’s still an uphill battle, many states have now passed laws for both medical and recreational use.
So where are we at today when it comes to cannabis research?
Before you hear about the research done on cannabis and pain, it’s good to first have a little background. In school, you probably learned about major body systems such as the circulatory system, the skeletal system, nervous system, and others…
But did you know your body also contains what’s called the endocannabinoid system (ECS)?
According to experts, the endocannabinoid system could be the largest neurotransmitter system in the human body. (Neurotransmitters are chemicals that transmit signals between nerve cells.)
The ECS was discovered by Dr. L.A. Matsuda in the 1990’s when he was investigating the effects of THC — the primary intoxicating substance in cannabis — on the body. That’s how the ECS got such an unusual name.
Dr. Matsuda and other researchers discovered a complex network of cannabinoid receptors in cells of the nervous system, the immune system, the GI tract, and other organs.
Scientists also discovered naturally occurring chemicals inside the body that would bind with them.
This is a complex subject, but here’s what you should know:
The ECS promotes homeostasis or balance throughout the body, ensuring that all systems work in concert with each other.
Researchers have observed ECS abnormalities in a number of diseases, ranging from cancer to rheumatoid arthritis to neurodegenerative conditions.
One theory suggests that a deficiency of endocannabinoids may lie at the root of many disorders…
And it’s theorized that supplementing the body with naturally occurring cannabinoids from the cannabis plant can help correct the deficiency, relieve symptoms, and restore good health.
Unfortunately, most doctors know very little about the ECS… In fact, a 2013 survey found that only 13% of medical schools in the U.S. teach future doctors about the ECS.1
This means that, by now…
You may know more about it than your own doctor!
I won’t waste your time going into all the studies that support the use of medical cannabis for relieving pain and decreasing inflammation.
There’s no need to…
An analysis recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association examined a whopping 79 clinical trials involving 6,462 patients using medical cannabis.
Now, this is not some flimsy faux research published on an obscure website…
It’s a major analysis published in JAMA, one of the world’s leading medical journals.
And the results of the analysis were astonishing…
After examining all the data, researchers confirm that patients who used medical cannabis experienced:
• Less pain,
• Improved quality of life,
• And the ability to enjoy more daily activities.
In conclusion, researchers concluded that evidence supports the use of cannabinoids for the treatment of chronic pain.
And that’s just one drop in a growing sea of evidence.
It seems that every week, universities like Harvard, Yale, and John Hopkins publish new studies and positive stories related to medical cannabis.
In fact, the John Hopkins University recently examined the growing evidence, and went on record to say:1
“PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC PAIN WHO WERE TREATED WITH CANNABIS OR CANNABINOIDS WERE MORE LIKELY TO EXPERIENCE A SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION IN PAIN SYMPTOMS.
For adults with multiple sclerosis-related muscle spasms, there was substantial evidence that short-term use of certain oral cannabinoids improved their reported symptoms.
In adults with chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, there was conclusive evidence that certain oral cannabinoids were effective in preventing and treating those ailments.”
As you can see, modern medicine is finally catching on and admitting that medical cannabis is an effective remedy for pain and numerous ailments. I know I’m biased, but that’s because I know…
From my experience working with thousands of pain sufferers, I’ve seen that medical cannabis is truly one of those safe and effective strategies we need so desperately.
There’s a problem, though. Many people have questions or concerns that may prevent them from taking advantage of all medical cannabis has to offer…
Many pain sufferers initially come to me with one, two, or all three of these questions…
In fact, smoking the sacred plant is the least recommended way to dose…
The correct method of administration will depend on your condition and symptoms (I’ll tell you how to get more details later).
The next question is like the first…
You see, the cannabis plant contains over 113 different cannabinoids or chemical compounds. The two main cannabinoids — THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) — have differing effects.
THC can have psychoactive effects, while CBD typically does not. That’s why CBD is more readily available, even in many states that haven’t legalized medical cannabis.
Patients are now able to select cannabis products based on the dosage, compound ratios and delivery method. Some are higher in THC, and others are higher in CBD.
Some people may choose a product containing only CBD, one that offers health benefits without the “high.” Others may desire the euphoric feelings to help relax as the THC compounds or any of the 113 cannabinoids work to ease their pain.
With such a high level of sophistication, specific products have been developed to help increase energy, promote sleep, relaxation, manage pain, reduce nausea and inflammation, and more.
The third most common question is:
First, you should know that there are prescription forms of cannabis that can help treat pain. In some cases, they aren’t as effective as the whole plant products found in legal states…
But don’t let this stop you from getting the pain relief benefits this way as you wait until cannabis becomes legal in your state. I would also say, it’s not a matter of IF it will be legal in your state or country, it’s a matter of WHEN.
You probably have many more questions about cannabis and pain… I know I sure did when we first began researching it.
And because so many people with chronic pain have questions that deserve answers…
I recently teamed up with Dr. David Bearman to create an inexpensive resource that helps answer questions you may have about using medical cannabis for pain relief — no matter where you live.
David Bearman, M.D. is one of America’s leading cannabis doctors. He’s spent over 40 years working in substance and drug abuse treatment and prevention programs.
He is also the co-founder of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine (AACM), an organization dedicated to bringing higher standards to medicinal cannabis through scientific studies and board certification for qualified medical professionals.
Perhaps most importantly, he’s sat down knee-to-knee to talk with, listen to, and help more than 3,000 patients.
Because of his vast experience — and all the patient advocacy I have done — Dr. Bearman and I decided to put our heads together in an effort to help more people get the facts about this healing plant.
To do this, we’ve created a practical, easy-to-read guide called:
This means you can access Medical Cannabis For Pain: A Patient’s Guide anytime day or night from your desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or even your phone — whatever and wherever is most convenient for you!
This book answers the most common questions pain sufferers have, like:
For years, you couldn’t get answers to these and other questions about medical cannabis. This may have left you feeling frustrated and confused.
And you had no other options but to remain at the mercy of strong medications with the potential for dangerous side effects.
But that’s all about to change for you.
When you get your own copy of Medical Cannabis For Pain: A Patient’s Guide, you’ll see how cannabis can help you use your prescription medicines more safely.
Some pain sufferers are finding themselves able to eliminate medications…
And many others are discovering how they can reduce the amount they take, which makes them inherently safer to use.
Regardless, the main goal is to make these strong narcotics a last resort, rather than the first option.
OSTEOARTHRITIS or painful injuries and conditions, those affecting the neck, back, knee, hip, hands, and other body joints
NERVE PAIN including diabetic neuropathy, sciatica, trigeminal neuralgia, and other nerve-related disorders
HEADACHES migraines, cluster, and tension headaches
AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS including rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, and others
SPINAL STENOSIS plus disc problems and even compression fractures
POST-SURGICAL PAIN including mastectomy, breast biopsy, hysterectomy, hernia repair, heart bypass, and others
FEMALE-SPECIFIC PAIN endometriosis, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, menstrual cramps, and PMS
You’ll also see suggested dosages and forms of cannabis to treat these painful conditions.
Prefer to listen to books while you’re in the car or resting at home?
Then you’ll love being able to listen to the audiobook version of Medical Cannabis For Pain: A Patient’s Guide.
This companion to the digital book is personally narrated by me. I’ve guided thousands of people suffering from pain and countless medical issues in the safe, effective use of medical cannabis.
By now, you may be wondering what this book will cost. Well, let me set your mind at ease…
We want Medical Cannabis For Pain: A Patient’s Guide to be your go-to resource for using cannabis to treat pain. And the last thing we want is for price to stop anyone from accessing this life-changing resource.
After all, nobody deserves to live in chronic pain. That includes you!
Fact is, we were originally going to sell it for $77.
But since it is a brand-new book… And since we want to get it into the hands of as many pain sufferers as possible…
We are offering it to you today at a deeply discounted introductory price.
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That’s less than the co-pay you could shell out on just one drug — or one doctor visit.
Just consider for a moment how medical cannabis may even help reduce the cost of your medical care…
If the sacred plant helps you find pain relief and cut down on any medications or medical treatments, you could end up saving big on your health care costs.
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We want you to rest easy…
We’re certain you’re going to love Medical Cannabis For Pain: A Patient’s Guide. But if for some reason you’re not satisfied, you can get a full refund within 180 days.
No questions asked, and we’ll still be friends.
PLUS, you can keep all of the bonus gifts we’ve added to this special offer… Bonuses you can access immediately.
One question I hear all the time is “How do I get legal access to medical cannabis where I live?” Well, we’ve got you covered — no matter where you live or travel.
In your FREE bonus report Know the Law – A State by State Guide to Medical Cannabis, you’ll discover:
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In your FREE bonus report Know the Law – The International Status of Medical Cannabis by Country, you’ll see:
You’ve probably heard about or used CBD oil… After all, the use of CBD has exploded as the public discovers its ability to reduce pain and other ailments.
And in your FREE bonus report The Truth About CBD Oil, you’ll get the answers to questions like this:
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If you listen to the U.S. government and other uninformed sources, it’s easy to become confused about hemp and cannabis.
While this special report won’t earn you a degree in botany, it will help you gain some basic knowledge you need in your quest to defeat pain.
Smoking is not the only way to receive benefit from medical cannabis, you’ll discover 6 other options as well as:
Discover if state medical cannabis laws can protect you from federal prosecutors, plus…
If you’re on the fence about whether you should make this small investment. Or if you wonder whether medical cannabis can help relieve your pain…
Listen to what other pain sufferers and their family members have to say.
“He was on over nine different prescriptions at one time, and it had changed him. After a year, we saw such improvement… he was off all his pharmaceuticals that we started looking into this as a lifestyle change.
Instead of going for Tylenol and Ibuprofen or the pharmaceuticals they give after surgeries, go for cannabis.”
— Catherine Lewis about her husband Glenn
“I have MS, also fibromyalgia, and my back is broken in a few places… I’ve had three strokes now and was in a wheelchair… at one point I was at 34 pills a day.
With the medical cannabis program now, I’m one year completely pill-free. Instead of being a lump on the couch… I’m now working full time and taking care of my family. I’m off of Social Security and making it on my own.”
— David Patton, medical cannabis patient
“It was really important to me to be able to decrease the opioids. I decreased them by 75%. I went from taking a really high dose to a much lower dose and still working on that, but it’s getting there. I have more of a chance to be healthy because of it. It wasn’t an option before.
It wasn’t legal in this state until recently. The Oxycontin, I was on 80 milligrams, and I went down to 10. It really helps with pain. I think people should have access to it and they should be aware of it, aware of all the good that it can do.”
— Katherine Hubert, medical cannabis patient
“What [medical cannabis] allows me to do is moderate my pain in a way that I otherwise wouldn’t be able to do. And what I mean by that is, pain for me, how I experience it, it’s very immediate, it’s very overwhelming…
And [medical cannabis] helps me to create a kind of a psychological buffer where I can get a handle on it and manage it from within as opposed to just being victimized by my own body.”
— David Eagle, medical cannabis patient
These are just a small snapshot of all the stories we hear from people using medical cannabis to help lower their pain levels safely and naturally.
If it worked so well for Catherine, David P., Katherine, and David E. — and for thousands of others — don’t you think it’s at least worth trying?
I’m guessing you really, really want to reduce or eliminate your pain. The pain that saps your energy… steals your happiness… and makes you worry you’ll never have a normal life again.
But imagine, just for a moment, how different your life could be if medical cannabis worked for you. You could finally do “normal” things again…
Things like sitting, driving, and climbing stairs without pain.
Sleeping peacefully through the night and waking up feeling refreshed. You could finally say “yes” to the things you really want to do – and enjoy an active lifestyle again.
Listen, I know how pain can smother your hopes and dreams. But just imagine how different life could be without the relentless discomfort.
This Medical Cannabis For Pain: A Patient’s Guide package will show you exactly how to use this natural remedy to get your life back on track again!
You’ve seen the studies and evidence on this page…
You’ve read what people using medical cannabis say about how it helps them ease their pain…
And don’t forget…
You may even be able to save money on your health costs by reducing your need for pain drugs or office visits.
So now it’s your turn.
Just click the button above to join us by taking the next step. I invite you to invest in yourself – and in a happier, healthier, pain-free life.
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