By Dee Mani-Mitchell
Dee Mani-Mitchell is a British cancer warrior. In 2017 she healed her aggressive breast cancer in 5 months by refusing the conventional toxic medicine of chemotherapy and radiotherapy and instead opted to treat with a combination of natural methods: diet, nutrition, a range of supplements, meditation, and the most crucial component being - full extract cannabis oil.
To raise awareness of natural healing, she wrote about her journey in a self-published book called “My Way,” which led her to become an Amazon best-selling author. After her story was featured worldwide in all mainstream news journals and interviewed by many big cannabis brands such as The Sacred Plant and The Cannabis Health Radio Show, it led to a natural health and cannabis advocate’s path.
Dee has also launched My Way CBD, her range of award-winning, high-quality oils, skincare, and wellness products. She’s also a columnist for two medical marijuana publications and runs a cancer support group www.mywaycancersupport.com
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After many years of studying the sacred plant, Dee believes that most illnesses and diseases are caused by an endocannabinoid deficiency and is on a quest to help educate people on the fantastic benefits of the plant by helping break down stigmas that are still rife in today’s society.
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