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CBD Transformed Scots Mother's Fibromyalgia Pain

Saturday 5 December 2020


From Scottish newspaper The Herald:


Carolyn Samson with son Robbie
Carolyn Samson with son Robbie who
says CBD has transformed her quality
of life after suffering "relentless pain"
caused by Fibromyalgia.
(Image: Gordon Terris)

CBD transformed Scots mother's Fibromyalgia pain

Exclusive by Caroline Wilson
Senior Reporter
30th November 2020
© Copyright 2020.

“IT’S life-changing,” is how Carolyn Samson describes CBD, the plant extract that she says has allowed her to become almost pain and pill free after taking 62 different drugs for a chronic condition.

The 40-year-old says that a high-strength tincture of the oil has almost entirely alleviated the relentless and excruciating pain of Fibromyalgia and says it’s her “biggest hope” that the Scottish Government will follow other countries including Australia and make it available on prescription.

Ms Samson, who lives in Edinburgh, was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, a long-term condition that causes pain all over the body, at the age of 30 after first developing symptoms as a teenager.


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