Posted February 2015

Hello my loyal readers!!

Please know I value each and every one of you and when it gets late in the month and I realize I haven’t put out the newsletter something in me stirs, very violently forces all other important items from my schedule, and allows me the time to communicate with you. This tells me that even though I am aware of our very small reach, I know that somehow the people who need to know pass it on in this ever expanding informational revolution. I thank you for allowing me to reach you in this dying form of written word. I may be telepathically communicating with you in the current or near future… :-)

So it’s cold out there….everywhere!! And it has nothing to do with the Pole Shift, Two suns in the sky, Planet X, Wormwood, or Hercobulus approaching rapidly…Yeah right!! I’ve been watching this story for a year now, and if what I just mentioned is new to you, don’t be alarmed, just don’t make any plans for longer than 4 years from now! If you laugh, that’s a good sign. If you are terrified, please don’t be. I have kids and I’m not worried at all. There clearly is something more to this life than just the act of being alive. I truly believe our interactions, our love, and our energy is what makes this life anything other than a bitter struggle for survival. Which I’ll remind everyone: we lose in the end…or do we?

I would encourage everyone to read Atul Gawande’s remarkable book “Being Mortal.” It is not a metaphysical hippie book, the man is a doctor who watched people die of disease. He realized that even though, as a surgeon, sometimes he could do a risky surgery and extend a patient’s life, sometimes it wasn’t worth doing it. The pain in the last months of the patients’ lives were sometimes worse than not doing surgery. He chose to wait for surgery for his father – who had a tumor in his spine for 4 years before it gave him too many problems. If he had the surgery immediately, he may have not had those valuable 4 years. Everyone in the Phoenix Tears community needs to read this book and realize we are not “faith healers”, “Mystics”, or even “Herbalists.” We are “Palliative Care Specialists” who happen to have the Templar secret of the Holy Cannabis Oil we call Phoenix Tears.

I deal with patients every day, including one today, who are battling for their lives using every available tool. I have one patient who has been surviving in the most unlikely of statistical categories for 5 years using cannabis oil and has just been told a “Solid Tumor” is growing again. Today we talked about how fast it is growing, and I encouraged her to weigh all of the options. “Growth” can mean many things in the medical world. She showed remarkable strength in the face of this crisis and I realized that by talking together we would make the best choices about her care that would provide her the best quality of life. It’s not just about the cannabis oil, or the chemo, or the new experimental drug. Sometimes it’s about listening to your patients and setting small attainable goals. Making it to a grandchild’s concert is much more important than living 3 more months in absolute misery because a surgery or treatment failed, when doing nothing would have allowed that patient to make it to little Jamie’s recital. Just because a doctor says we need to do surgery now does not mean you need to; it’s up to the patient to weigh the risks and the rewards. I would encourage all my fellow healers out there to read Gawande’s book and take more time studying palliative care techniques, to avoid emotional burnout or what’s called “compassion fatigue.”

Remember folks…you are all beautiful and you are totally loved, and this lifetime does not last forever. It’s what we do with our limited time that really matters…not how much time we end up having.

Onto positive time-use, Washington D.C. fights to enact their legalization, but Alaska just legalized marijuana officially a couple hours ago!! They join Colorado and Washington State in the “Trinity of Truth” states who recognize cannabis as a valuable plant. Congratulations, Alaskanite’s! Enjoy your days of Sunshine and no snow (See: Geomagnetic Pole Shift mentioned earlier, the alien stuff is the most entertaining and seemingly accurate stuff to read if you do look it up :-)).

I would also like to report on the “Death of the Red Card” as I was surprised to get a flimsy plastic Purple card in the mail from the State instead of my usual Tri-Fold heavy paper “Red Card” indicating my medical marijuana status in Colorado. It’s a harbinger that the state is trying to eliminate medical marijuana; though with 118,000 patients on the registry and the law in our state constitution it will be mighty tough.  I don’t foresee medical marijuana going away in our state ever, until we aren’t a state anymore, but medical shops may soon be converting to recreational only and my crappy purple medical marijuana card may be a bad harbinger for medical marijuana in the state.

One last thing: I received a thick envelope in the mail from an insurance company the other day and instead of the usual life insurance offers, it was an offer for “Cancer Insurance” and had very scary statistics about how many of us Americans get cancer (1/2), the cost of treatments (one treatment: $20,000), and what I could do to protect myself (nothing). It offered a very specific cancer only policy for a discounted rate and they wouldn’t even ask if I smoked! I felt like sending it back with a copy of “Run from the Cure”, but saved it instead to mention in this newsletter. I have my own damn cancer insurance. It’s called Phoenix Tears. Right now it’s the only insurance I need.

 

Stay Warm out there, it’s almost time for 4-20!!
Much love and positive thoughts to you and yours-
Kyle Marsh

 

P.S. We are considering starting a new non-profit to begin tracking everyone who has taken more than 10 grams of the oil called “Project Anecdotal”. We need to know the success rates (percentages) for each and all of the more than 400 cancers, and other diseases as well. If you have taken 10 grams or know someone who has please download and take the time to fill out this lengthy questionnaire- and send it back to us at cannabischorus@gmail.com. We will share the results when our website launched or in newsletter form in the following months. It’s time to add up the stats, folks, if you can help with that in any, way please do it now! We really appreciate it! :-)

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