Jack Kungel story ~ how he healed himself of Cancer
Jack Kungel is unlike any other man I have ever met. Since I started blogging about Medical Cannabis, I am continually searching for people to interview on this subject. Jack was featured in our local newspaper and was also asked to speak at the annual Epic 420/421 event being held in Windsor, Ontario on April 20th-21st. My first impression was how genuine he was. An animal lover (I met his cat and dog) and a man who walks the talk when it comes to Health and Wellness. He shared his amazing story of how he was able to wean himself off of a huge list of opiates and other drugs, as well as finding a natural way to become Cancer free. Jack also showed me how he made his famous smoothie recipe which he contributes to helping him keep healthy and Cancer free. **Update** he wrote this today on Facebook and I must share:
THERE IS NOTHING THAT TASTES AS GOOD AS YOUR HEALTH…NO DONUT…NO CANDY… NO STEAKS…..NO CHIPS….NOTHING……HEALTH TASTES WONDERFUL ….. THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT…..
YOU CAN’T BUY HEALTH…..
YOU EAT YOUR WAY TO HEALTH…
JUST LIKE YOU ATE YOUR WAY TO SICKNESS.…
JUST AN IDEA…..!!!!
Most people have a reactive approach to being diagnosed and take the advice of their Doctors by going through Chemo and Radiation. But Jack took it upon himself to do his own research and it SAVED HIS LIFE. He shares his story and hopes that people will take his advice. Sugar feeds Cancer he said, and he makes sure that anyone who has been newly diagnosed knows this.
This image from Jack’s website says it all. Cannabis is the anti-virus and it could also be the solution for the growing Opiate crisis in Canada and in Windsor Ontario The interview was an emotional one as we shared our stories. The undying support he got from friends, moved him to tears at one point. He was diagnosed with Adenocarcinoma of the bladder and his solution for Cancer would cost a lot of money.
You truly find out who your real friends are when the chips are down “Jack said.
Jack, with the help of many of his friends, funded his cure. He still had to go in debt to fight his Cancer but he was proud to say he has now paid off that debt. It is true that you can’t buy Health but unless you invest in your body, you will pay the price. Over the years, Jack has developed relationships with people worldwide. He received a video call while I was there from a friend in Texas who will also be speaking at the two day Epic 420/421 in Windsor. During my interview several people dropped in to visit him. They all had stories to tell about their health conditions and how Jack had helped them. He is a magnet for people who are sick and tired of being lied to by the media and Doctors. Not enough Doctors are recommending Medical Cannabis and yet it saved Jack’s life and thousands of others. The more Jacks we have in this world, the more people will realise that prescribed drugs are not the answer. Read his website and see just how many drugs he was on at one time, and how much pain he was in. Doctors just want to prescribe more, they do not advise about diet or nutrition. Jack did his homework and it paid off with his Life.
Jack Kungel on Youtube – how to make an alkaline smoothie
Jack has been featured on the Cannabis Radio channel on Youtube as well where he spoke about how he cured his Cancer
Jack Kungel Youtube – how to fill capsules with Cannabis coconut oil
I loved the shirt that Jack wore on the day of our interview. It said “You don’t know Jack” and his website underneath it. (a gift from a friend) I have to say he was the most interesting person and has earned the respect of 100’s of people The world needs more Jacks in the world to educate people about Cancer and how they can cure themselves.
If you would like to share your story of how Medical Cannabis has helped you please contact me. Once Trudeau decides to truly legalise edibles/medibles I will feature companies here as well.
For those who do not know, the festival is the second annual event planned by Leo Lucier of Windsor Ontario. More information can be found on the 420 Windsor Ontario Facebook page.