Free At Last, Free At Last

Okay, so EVERYONE who lives with migraine knows the excruciating "I want to die" pain. Debilitating! I've had them ever since I had a hysterectomy at 36. I'm 65 now. I'm in great health otherwise but was becoming unable to function. I never took meds because I'm just that way.

The chiropractor would help for a while but it would always come back. A couple of years ago it came back and never left. EVERY day I had a headache from bad to "just let me die."

A new treatment

A friend told me about some stem cell activator patches that had zero chemicals or drugs (not even stem cells). Desperate for relief, I tried them because they had a 30-day money-back guarantee.

The first day I didn't "feel" anything. But at 10 p.m. that night I realized 1. I didn't have a headache that day and 2. I didn't crash at all during the day. I just felt good. The next day was even better. I felt alive. I hadn't known what it felt like to be without a headache for soooo long!

Back to living

I can say that today 5/25/22 I am 86 days FREE of any kind of headaches. Not even one inkling of pain!!! I LOVE my life now. My heart goes out to those in that kind of pain. 1. NEVER give in and take your life NEVER. 2. There is hope and this might work for you too. I'd be happy to connect.

Olympic Athletes use these patches and the Anti-Doping Agency approves of them because it has nothing but light. Works like the sun to make your body produce vitamin D. 130 patents - the guy is a genius and for me a literal lifesaver.

I can now enjoy my life with my family and with my horse.

Feeling alive with my horse

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