Still….a LONG road ahead

The fight is just beginning.........

Cashy is Cancer Free…..again…..for now.

By no means is the fight over.

That became quite apparent to me traveling back to Montana with the Hyde’s. As I watched the reads on Cashy’s story go up, and up…….and the relief spread across the world (we have comments from as far as South Africa)………

I cringed.

Does everybody think we’re done? Do they all think Cashy and his family are home free?

I hope not, because brutal point in fact is – the fight is NOT over. Not even for a second.

Grab a Kleenex…..and read this.

PNET Brain tumors from Wikipedia

Definition – “Primitive neuroectodermal tumor (PNET) is a neural crest tumor.[1] It is a rare tumor, usually occurring in children and young adults under 25 years of age. After successful chemo- or(and) radio- therapy the 5 year survival rate is only 7,6-8% .[2]

“Survival – Patients diagnosed with a medulloblastoma or PNET are 50 times more likely to die than a matched member of the general population. The most recent population-based (Surveillance, Epidemiology and End-results Database) 5-year relative survival estimates are 64% in children (1-9 years) and 35% in adults (20+ years). [4]

So….yes, we can breathe easy that Cashy is cancer free – for NOW.

But this fight goes on EVERY day! Every day is the battle to find the proper, safe medicine for Cashy. Ensure he has supply, and oil rich in CBD.

There are good souls out there who attempt to donate oil. Not many, but a few brave souls. I commend their efforts, and hope to educate some folks so they understand exactly how dialed in this entire process is. Encourage folks to know what is in their garden. Test it. Buy CBD strain seeds – PLEASE. Research those seed companies, ensure they are really selling CBD rich strains.

It’s not just “fill a syringe with oil, and put it into the kid.” There are three different types of oil, used at different intervals throughout the day for different purposes. They are all tested and use absolutely NO chemical processing. Water only, and suspended in a hempseed oil. 140mg/ml to be exact.

It’s not a game here, it’s serious science.

Life saving science, dialed in with an organic diet, and parents determined to see their son live, no matter what the cost.

During the drive back to Montana, Mike and I talked for a long time. The most profound statement I heard come out of Mike’s mouth, that I wish to share is soon to follow. Let’s lead up to it a bit first……

Mike has had to search diligently for oil, and product to make oil. He has spoken to many many growers in many different states. Many caregivers in many states. Business people, scientists, doctors, and “hippies”. All walks.

You’d be surprised who is actually the most compassionate and generous. One day I hope we can tell the stories……I think you would be amazed to witness who is the bravest of all, if you don’t already know.

Point is: Cashy’s life is that important. We know we can save him with cannabis oil. We are proving it every day, with every little success, every HUGE success.

Every little smidge of help counts.

On our drive – Mike had one statement to make to anybody and everybody out there flying the medical flag.

“If you aren’t testing your products, ALL of your products, you are NOT medical. You’re just playing the game.

WE NEED to know what dosages are. People can be so generous, and want to give us oil. If that oil is processed with a chemical, and is only 30mg/ml we really can’t use it. It’s too much oil to have to ingest for treatment. We cannot and will not use chemicals on our son.

I cannot have poor product for my son. The dosages have to be right on, no matter how big their hearts are and how good their intent. Cashy’s life depends on it. I will not give my son product that has not been tested.

Period.

I cannot put his life at further risk no matter how pure intentioned the donor”

That hit home for me. Our entire conversation hit home for me.

As Mike talked about the children he had witnessed die over just the past year, my heart not only broke, but my fear for Cashy increased a hundredfold.

I witnessed Mike taking calls from those very same parents. Two called to celebrate the news while I was with Mike. Their own children had died of the very same type of tumor within the past few months, yet they were so filled with hope and excitement for Cashy and his family. Thrilled with their success. Hopeful to see one child survive of the many they personally know battling the same vicious cancer.

Ever fought cancer? Ever administered life-saving oil to a patient?

Ever made the oil to save a person’s life?

Even with a 2 oz limit – that is not near enough quantity of plant and flower material needed to make a quality oil at cancer fighting dosages. It takes roughly a pound of plant material to make one ounce of oil. If that plant material is not quality – it takes MORE. Lot’s more.

To treat Leukemia effectively in an adult, I know you need about 6 pounds of product per month – to make 3 ounces of oil – to really dose an adult, and get apoptosis into effect.

The type of tumor directly affecting Cashy’s brain is very aggressive. We all witnessed that with its recurrence in 2011.

It’s gone now. I sincerely hope it will remain gone.

Before I we go any further, I ask each and every one of you to watch this:

Define Better

What is better for our children? The general populations seems to think chemical intervention is the only way.

What does Cashy’s story tell us all?

It tells me, there is a better way, and we are well on the path to it.

Last year, Racing Horse Productions was in Montana filming a documentary. It started in the fall of 2010, and they filmed through the summer of 2011. Many of us in Montana were filmed for the movie.

I believe when it began, they had one idea of the direction they were going. As they saw what transpired, it shifted.

I am excited to see the results, and I am told it depicts what happened in our legislative session well.

It’s what we were up against – it’s what we fought.

Code of the West Trailer

See that green button they pushed there in the end of the trailer?

That was the green button for repealing medical marijuana in Montana.

That green button being pushed to kill Cashy. On St. Patrick’s Day 2011 no less.

The day after Montana politicians met Cashy at the state capitol.

We can NEVER let that happen again.

Ever.

Warriors – keep up the fight! Subscribe to this blog, stay tuned. Share the postings, and share Cashy’s story.

Spread it far and wide across the world – so we can save not only Cash – but many more children just like him.

Industry people – TEST YOUR PRODUCT! Ensure your clients are getting the right medicine. Safe, with accurate dosages! No matter where you are – find a way.

People’s lives depend on it.

Also – always keep your doors open to parents like Cashy’s parents. Find a way to help. Train your staff.

Pay it Forward.

You never know who you may help one day, and just how far their gratitude will go.

Politicians – please – know what you do. Protect the innocent at all costs, and do no harm.

Cashy is the most innocent of all……and Montana politicians attempted to murder him last year. That is my honest opinion. They did not care to look at the science and truth, or protect the patients. They treated us as criminals – called us scourge.

Montana Politicians opinions.

We had a select few defenders, but the majority were out for murder.

Funny – all with the intent to “Save the Children”

If only they would have listened when they met Cashy.

If only……

Please support the Cash Hyde Foundation

Also – please support the next issue of Montana Connect. A good portion of the proceeds will be going to the Cash Hyde Foundation.

Stay tuned for details

Winning!

3 Comments to “Still….a LONG road ahead”

  1. i have copd and enfazema, i am 64 years old butt had young wife of 16 year her age was 36 , butt we have two young kids yet at home 9 year old boy gilrl just 13 , well there mom ran out on us and i am very sick , and now haveing to do it all my self, hard taking care of my self and do for them, so i am going with the hemp iol very soon , i have to b in good health for the kids , if i die they may be going to foster, there mom has been gone 3 moths now , its hard on us all , so i am hopeing to get ever thing i need to get the hemp to help my self for them,

  2. Excellent work.
    This impacts all people, and we ALL have a responsibility to educate ourselves, share, act and love for a better tomorrow today.

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