There are many conditions that are terribly debilitating and life destroying yet don't manifest any visual signs that others would identify as an illness or disability just by looking at you. They include autoimmune conditions (like lupus and hashimotos), mental health conditions (such as depression, OCD and Bipolar), chronic pain conditions (like CRPS, EDS, fibromyalgia, dysautonomia, etc), respiratory conditions (such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, etc) and heart conditions to name just a few. People who suffer from these illnesses, despite looking healthy on the outside most of the time, can be severely restricted and disabled by their symptoms.
The answer… beyond belief. As many with CRPS know, it sucks having this pain that refuses to go away. So we started looking outside of western medicine. Outside of Opiods and medications with many side effects. That’s when we found CBD. I didn’t think it would help because nothing else did. Much to my surprise, it did help. It took away the muscle spasms and the extreme pain. It helped me regain confidence. And walk again without throbbing pain. It meant a lot to me how Jimmie was so helpful and kind and compassionate. I can’t begin to thank her for all she does for me, it’s a huge blessing! Jimmie Faye's CBD was the biggest life changer I have had in the last year.
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Payton is an aspiring equestrian who suffered permanent nerve damage from a horse falling on her in 2017. Since then, she and her mom have exhausted finances paying for ongoing medical expenses and they need help for an upcoming surgery. Payton continues to use her horses as her legs on the days she can't walk on her own. Her attitude is incredible, as she smiles through excruciating pain that is continual. Beth, her mom, is a single parent who works hard to care for herself, her daughter and maintain their very simple, but wholesome life in Cotopaxi, Colorado. If you can help, you would be blessing them a great deal. Payton's next surgery is scheduled Dec. 19, 2018. Thank you.
Hi! My name is Beth, founder of HAPPY DOGS. In September of 2017, a horse my daughter was riding fell, landing on her left leg crushing it. As a result, she now has complex regional nerve syndrome (CRPS). This is a painful condition, high levels of incorrect nerve impulses are sent to my leg. [READ MORE]