Almost five years ago, Corrie Yelland was given a death sentence by doctors: undergo radiation for your cancer (with devastating side effects) or you will be dead within months. She refused conventional treatment, researched cannabis oil and started taking it. The next time she saw her doctor, she was cancer free. Since then, Corrie has helped thousands of people around the world with their health issues by sharing information about medical cannabis.

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30 comments on “Episode 1: Introduction & Corrie’s Story

  1. Jos Oude Moleman Oct 16, 2016

    thanks Corrie for guiding so many peeps to the right track
    (including this guy here)
    Lots of love from a cured one

  2. Pamela Forstner Oct 16, 2016

    Corrie, you are my hero. Bless your heart.

    • Great, Rhonda! Thanks for joining with me. I am certainly familiar with stress eating and I’m convinced that there is a better way that God would have me handle it. That’s what I hope to learn doing this study.

  3. Marilyn Stante Oct 16, 2016

    Beyond thrilled that this is happening!! Thank you Corrie and Ian!!!

  4. MARK BARTLETT Oct 16, 2016

    Great job. We have to keep getting to the word out! Small donation made as well.

    Thanks to both to you.

  5. Amanda Neugebaur Oct 16, 2016

    Thank you, Great podcast. Looking forward to more! 🙂
    Live long with cannibis

  6. Good Morning Ian & Corrie;

    I was just going to take a moment or two to listen to your debut podcast which was forwarded to me by Michael Easton at Puget Sound Radio.

    Having lost the love of my life (my wife) 6 years ago to cancer I empathize with your journey Corrie.

    I will do everything I possibly can to share this information with as many people as I can. I look forward to hearing future episodes of Cannabis Health Radio.

    I salute you both. Thank you.

  7. Ann Holaday Oct 17, 2016

    As much as I am sure this is true this kind of propaganda is very misleading and damaging to those of us who are advocating natural medicine. We in ayurveda have to be very careful about the claims we make in the present-day arena and so should the lay person it only sets our cause back.

    • cannabisadmin Oct 17, 2016

      Marijuana is also natural medicine, but nothing is 100% effective in all people. We make no claims on this website, simply allow people to share their own experiences and findings via the podcast and we post what we think may be helpful for people to aid their own research.

  8. Lorna Oct 17, 2016

    Great Show…’s to many many more.

  9. Amanda Neugebaur Oct 17, 2016

    Great second show Ian & -Corrie…
    Thank you Mandi for sharing your story.. posative vibes to you and your children ♡

  10. Patti Piper Oct 18, 2016

    Enjoyed listening to you. I have stage 4 gastro cancer. My son is in CO wanting me to move there. It helps me to be brave enough to move there with him.

  11. Way to go Ian. Can’t keep a good man down. Much good fortune going forward. Love and laughter, matti

  12. Panthea Vine Oct 18, 2016

    Fabulous to hear you back Ian. We’ve missed you!! Thank you Corrie for keeping us posted on your Facebook page. I’ll do all I can to get the word out.

    • Cannabis Health Radio Oct 18, 2016

      Thank you for your kind comments and thank you for helping us get the message out.

  13. Marie Oct 18, 2016

    I wish I’d know all this information last August. My husband was diagnosed with stage 4 stomach cancer and it was inoperable last August. He had started using Rick Simsons Method;cannabis 1 gram a day and was feeling much better. It was a hard call for him to have chemo but the oncologist made us feel silly. Harry was so poorly after his fourth chemo round he spent 15 days in hospital. They couldn’t stop him from vomiting for 15 days it was terrible as I’m sure you can imagine. After 14 days, a junior doctor had an idea that it could be his vagus nerve. Before this they blamed the cannabis oil. My husband Harry had been diabetic, type 2, for several years but because he was having chemo they thought he should go on insulin. The problem was they were giving him far too much and this had a bad effect on the chemo and steroids and that is what had damaged his vagus nerve. He was told he must cut down is cannabis till after chemo. He wasn’t happy about this but again they really do make you feel silly has if a plant could get rid of cancer. When Harry had finished chemo it was all too late. We never had a chance to get back on the cannabis properly again because he died a few weeks after. I apologise if this does not make a lot of sense. It would have been Harry’s birthday today.

    • Cannabis Health Radio Oct 18, 2016

      Marie, We’re sorry for your loss and what Harry had to endure in his final days. The most difficult people to educate with respect to cannabis oil is the medical profession. Some doctors are willing to learn but sadly, the majority are not — at least at this point in time. Hopefully, things will change in the years ahead. We wish you all the best.

      Ian and Corrie

  14. MICHAEL CHAHINE Oct 18, 2016



    • Cannabis Health Radio Oct 19, 2016

      Michael, I suggest you Google the information to seek an answer.

      • tom gray Mar 18, 2017

        I would try it because it has never killed anyone that has ever tried any part of the plant in thousands of years so the worst that could happen is you do not get cured, but get some much needed rest!!!

  15. Amazing story my mother is in the later stages of cancer and family are against cannabiodtreatment really needo as much proof and stories to hopefully play to them

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  17. kathy= Mar 18, 2017

    How did you research for which strain you needed ?

  18. James Peters Mar 21, 2017

    From the limited evidence I could find the diagnosis was squamous cell carcinoma in-situ. This was then excised. Ms. Yelland turned down radiotherapy which would have reduced the risk of local recurrence and took an unproven treatment instead.

    • Cannabis Health Radio Mar 21, 2017

      And she’s alive today with her “unproven” treatment.

      • James Peters Mar 21, 2017

        Thankfully it was detected at an early stage and removed promptly. This is why Ms. Yelland is still in remission to this day.

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