Olivia Newton-John feels ‘very good’ amid ongoing battle with breast cancer

Olivia Newton-John feels ‘very good’ amid ongoing battle with cancer… and credits husband John Easterling’s ‘herbs’ and cannabis for her recovery

She is married to John Easterling, the founder of the Amazon Herb Company.

And Olivia Newton-John has credited her husband of 13 years with helping her manage the pain associated with her cancer battle.

“My husband makes me tinctures that help me tremendously with pain, inflammation, sleep and anxiety,” the 72-year-old singer-songwriter said in an interview with Closer.

Her husband: Olivia Newton-John, 72, credited her husband of 13, John Easterling, for helping her manage the pain associated with her cancer battle. Pictured here in October 2019

“I would like to explore all that and find out what else is going on because I feel good,” the Grease star added.

She married John, a former “treasure hunter” who has no formal medical training, in 2008.

Olivia also revealed that she takes “a lot of herbs” for her breast cancer, which was first diagnosed in 1992, in addition to conventional treatments such as radiation.

“I’ve been using cannabis for the past 10 years,” added the mother of one, whose cancer has recurred twice over the years and finally spread to her bones in 2017.

‘I also started eating vegan because my daughter [Chloe Lattanzi] was visiting and she is vegan. I feel very good.’

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On top of the world: “My husband makes me tinctures that help me tremendously with pain, inflammation, sleep and anxiety,” the singer-songwriter said in an interview with Closer

Her daughter Chloe, an anti-vaxxer and covid conspiracy theorist, recently claimed that “plant medicine” cured her famous mother — which isn’t true.

“The planet is awakening,” she wrote on Instagram last month.

‘I know the power of plant medicine. I see it healing my mother every day. I also know how much Big Pharma doesn’t want you to know about it.

“And my family also knows how many plant medicine healers were killed because they found the plant-based remedy for an ‘incurable’ disease.”

‘There is no more time for silence. Or fear. The medicine is all around you.’

False: Olivia's daughter Chloe Lattanzi, an anti-vaxxer and covid conspiracy theorist, recently claimed 'plant medicine' cured her famous mother — which isn't true

False: Olivia’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi, an anti-vaxxer and covid conspiracy theorist, recently claimed ‘plant medicine’ cured her famous mother — which isn’t true

The Big Pharma conspiracy holds on to the false belief that the medical industry hides or suppresses effective treatments and alternative medicines for sick patients, usually for financial gain.

Chloe is also wrong in saying that plants “cure” her mother’s cancer, as Olivia has received medical treatment such as radiation and only uses cannabis to manage pain.

It’s not the first time Chloe has shared conspiracy theories and weird content.

In April, the Sharknado 5 posted about her belief in extraterrestrials, and in January she expressed unscientific anti-vaxxer views in an interview with the Herald Sun.

Blocked: She recently claimed Instagram had shadowed her after she shared a text from an unnamed friend telling her she

Blocked: She recently claimed Instagram had shadowed her after she shared a text from an unnamed friend telling her she “can’t see” her Instagram story

She also recently claimed that Instagram had shadowed her.

“Shadow banning” refers to when a person’s social media account is made less visible as a punishment for sharing dangerous, false or misleading content.

She made the claim after sharing a text message from a friend informing her that they “cannot see” her Instagram story.

Chloe, who has no medical qualifications and runs a cannabis farm in Oregon with her fiancé, captioned the post: “Wonder why I keep getting a shadow ban?”

Reality: Chloe has no medical qualifications and runs a marijuana farm in Oregon with her fiancé

Reality: Chloe has no medical qualifications and runs a marijuana farm in Oregon with her fiancé

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