When despite all the efforts doctors told David that his cancer was lethal, he didn’t listen to them. He took treatment into his own hands and use cannabis oil as last hope. David found a local dealer and bought for $70 a gram.
After treatment with cancer oil, Habbitt stated that he is cancer free for a year or so, and now is trying to make a support group for all the people who want an alternative treatment when it comes to cancer.
“Friends had told me about cannabis oil and I dismissed it at first. I’ve never been into drugs. But in February last year I was told I only had 18 months to five years to live, and I felt I had to try everything I could. I felt like the chemo was killing me and I had nothing to lose. I couldn’t accept I was going to die.”
It is not easy when you hear that your illness is terminal. The only thing David didn’t want to do is to give up, so he looked several sites and found the benefits of cannabis oil, and decided to give it a chance.
“When I was told I had terminal cancer, I just couldn’t accept it. I was in my early 30s and I had my son to think about, so I decided to try alternative treatments. A few people had already suggested using cannabis oil, so I decided to look into the research before I decided to give it a go,” said David.
He used small amounts of this oil aside with courses of chemotherapy.
“I took very small amounts at first alongside chemotherapy, but I started missing my appointments at the hospital for one reason or another. Come to the end of August, I felt that the chemotherapy was actually making me poorly. I thought that if I was going to die, I didn’t want to feel this ill, so I decided to stop my treatment. I continued taking cannabis oil, but I also had other treatments such as radiotherapy, and I also had an operation at the end of October 2014,” added this father of one.
Doctors told David that he is clear of cancer in April, and then confirmed that with scan in January. Now, when he is cancer free, David works on establishing David Hibbit Foundation.
“Since telling others about my story, I have had a lot of people get in touch wanting to know more about alternative treatments. It just seems like there is nowhere for people to go to get this sort of advice. I don’t want people to think that cannabis oil is a miracle cure, but I just want people to know there are other treatments out there that can help. The Foundation will have a support group that is completely free to join and it will be a place where people can get advice, as well as talk to each other about their experiences. It’s about giving people a bit of hope.”