Life is precious.  Life is actually priceless.  A young child’s life is even more so than a mature adult’s in the eyes of modern societal norms.  That’s why children are often given seats in lifeboats over adults – like in the case of sinking Titanic.

This fact is brought home quickly when an innocent two-year-old toddler gets violently sick, goes to a “practicing” MD and is given a diagnosis of Acute Lymphoma Leukemia (A.L.L.) and then given literally days to live.

2 yr. old Landon Riddle and his mother Sierra were given this sad and sobering bad news back in 2012.  The medical “professionals” immediately began administering aggressive chemotherapy drugs – but they only seemed to make Landon sicker and weaker by the hour.  Finally, the medical professionals informed Sierra that Landon would likely soon be dead — that he had “only about an 8-10% chance of living another 48 hours.”

In a last-ditch effort to save his life, Landon was given “medical marijuana” in the form of concentrated CBD (cannabidiol) oil.   Immediately, the extreme vomiting and nausea lessened – and Landon slowly began to rebound.

Today, Landon is a healthy and precocious 8-year old – with absolutely no sign of cancer.  He is in total remission, and he is busy writing the pages of his Book of Life.

Today, August 17, 2018, Landon and his mother Sierra will be sharing their amazing story at the “Seattle Hempfest” being held at the Mrytle Edwards Park (3130 Alaskan Way, Seattle WA).

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Below is the CNN story documenting Landon and Sierra’s saga and journey through the mine-fields of cancer treatment options.  What is perhaps most problematic is that parents who dare to even explore “alternative” therapies such as CBD oil are labeled as being dangerous “conspiratorial” and “unfit parents.”  Remember – the name of the HERB is “Cannabis Sativa”.   That is Latin.  Cannabis literally means “human flesh” (if you eat human flesh, you are a cannibal) and Sativa means to “supply all needs” (which is the root of the English word “satisfy”)  It appears that the herb of the field is aptly named.

And this CNN follow up story featuring Dr. Sanja Gupta: