Cannabis has proven to be effective in the fight against many illnesses, including cancer. Numerous studies suggest that Cannabis may hold the cure.
It is time to thoroughly research the healing properties of the Cannabis plant to determine whether compounds found in Cannabis could be a cure for cancer, as well as for many other devastating diseases.
No chemotherapy can match this nontoxic anti-cancer action. The implication is that this plant compound could be a safe medicine against brain tumors, without the side effects of chemotherapy. These exciting results may be just the tip of the iceberg, however, because Ä9-THC is only one of many active compounds in medicinal cannabis. Other active constituents of the Cannabis plant (called cannabinoids) are also likely to have a nontoxic anti-cancer action. (SOURCE)
Rick Simpson of Nova Scotia, Canada, found that when compressed into an oil, the Cannabis flower heals numerous types of cancers. Rick provided Hemp Oils made from Marijuana to many who have been inflicted with various types of cancer and other terminal illnesses.
The active ingredient in marijuana ( Delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol) cuts tumor growth in common lung cancer in half and significantly reduces the ability of the cancer to spread, say researchers at Harvard University who tested the chemical in both lab and mouse studies. (Source)
A compound found in cannabis may stop breast cancer from spreading throughout the body, according to a new study by scientists at California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute. The researchers are hopeful that the compound called CBD, which is found in cannabis sativa, could be a non-toxic alternative to chemotherapy. (Source)
One of the most exciting areas of research in the cannabinoid field is the study of the potential application of cannabinoids as antitumoral agents. Cannabinoid administration has been found to curb the growth of several types of tumor xenografts in rats and mice. Based on this preclinical evidence, a pilot clinical trial has been recently run to investigate the antitumoral action of THC on recurrent gliomas. (Source)
Cannabinoids exert palliative effects in cancer patients by preventing nausea, vomiting and pain and by stimulating appetite. In addition, these compounds have been shown to inhibit the growth of tumour cells in culture and animal models by modulating key cell-signalling pathways. Cannabinoids are usually well tolerated, and do not produce the generalized toxic effects of conventional chemotherapies. (Source)
Cashy's tumor returned, and again with the help of Cannabis, he beat cancer a second time. Unfortunately it returned for a final time and after battling cancer for the third time in just 4 short years, Cashy was taken home to heaven on November 14, 2012. An inspiration to all, Cashy found a place in our hearts and will live for eternity through our memory of his courageous soul.
~Rest In Peace, Little Man~
When MyKayla was diagnosed withintermediate risk T-Cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia on July 14, 2012, her mother, Erin, knew instantly that she needed to get her 7 year old daughter a medical recommendation for the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program. MyKayla joins 52 other children in Oregon who benefit from the amazing medical properties of Cannabis.
Because of her previous education and experiences, Erin knew how studies have proven that Cannabis is a nontoxic option that is safer for her daughter's development and extremely helpful in the fight against cancer.
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