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  • September 8, 2022
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Met me at the door of her rented home, where a copy of my book on cannabis and its place in New Zealand society sat on the arm of a sofa. Lunch was fragrantly near ready, and her story unfolded after the olive-infused chicken emerged from the oven, served with rice and steamed broccoli — simple food, consciously chosen, demanded by a digestive system constantly on the verge of revolt. After years of seeking something within the confines of conventional medicine to ease this condition, she’d found cannabis. Her customers, she said, often shared that part of her story. “A lot of these people are similar, in similar situations. They don’t trust their doctors. The doctors are not helping them.”

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Met me at the door of her rented home, where a copy of my book on cannabis and its place in New Zealand society sat on the arm of a sofa. Lunch was fragrantly near ready, and her story unfolded after the olive-infused chicken emerged from the oven, served with rice and steamed broccoli — simple food, consciously chosen, demanded by a digestive system constantly on the verge of revolt. After years of seeking something within the confines of conventional medicine to ease this condition, she’d found cannabis. Her customers, she said, often shared that part of her story. “A lot of these people are similar, in similar situations. They don’t trust their doctors. The doctors are not helping them.”

  • Monophasic pills. These are used in 1-month cycles. Each active pill gives you the same dose of hormone. During the last week of the cycle, you can take (or skip) the inactive pills, and you still have your period.
  • Multiphasic pills. These are used in 1-month cycles and provide different levels of hormones during the cycle. During the last week of the cycle, you can take or skip the inactive pills, and you still have your period.
  • Extended-cycle pills. These are typically used in 13-week cycles. You take active pills for 12 weeks, and during the last week of the cycle, you can take or skip the inactive pills and have your period. As a result, you have your period only three to four times per year.

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Met me at the door of her rented home, where a copy of my book on cannabis and its place in New Zealand society sat on the arm of a sofa. Lunch was fragrantly near ready, and her story unfolded after the olive-infused chicken emerged from the oven, served with rice and steamed broccoli — simple food, consciously chosen, demanded by a digestive system constantly on the verge of revolt. After years of seeking something within the confines of conventional medicine to ease this condition, she’d found cannabis. Her customers, she said, often shared that part of her story. “A lot of these people are similar, in similar situations. They don’t trust their doctors. The doctors are not helping them.”

Conclusion

Met me at the door of her rented home, where a copy of my book on cannabis and its place in New Zealand society sat on the arm of a sofa. Lunch was fragrantly near ready, and her story unfolded after the olive-infused chicken emerged from the oven, served with rice and steamed broccoli — simple food, consciously chosen, demanded by a digestive system constantly on the verge of revolt. After years of seeking something within the confines of conventional medicine to ease this condition, she’d found cannabis. Her customers, she said, often shared that part of her story.

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