This article focuses on exactly how cannabis and cannabis oil kill cancer cells. The use of Cannabis and cannabis oil for healing purposes dates back to ancient times. Cannabis has been studied and documented to kill cancer cells laboratories.
As people continue to search for alternative cancer treatments, the cancer killing potential of cannabis and cannabis oil has been examined in numerous scientific studies on cannabinoid receptors and endocannabinoids, resulting in promising discoveries and scientific breakthroughs.
Judging by all the research and the testimonials of cancer survivors who swear by the effectiveness of cannabis oil, it appears that cannabis oil is in fact a natural cancer cure. This begs the question, if cannabis is such an effective cancer killer and cancer treatment, why is it not approved by the FDA as a cancer treatment or cancer cure?
First, we must fully understand just how cannabis oil effectively kills cancer cells. The following informational videos help explain just how cannabis kills cancer.
How does Cannabis Oil Kill Cancer Cells?
What does the American Cancer Society say about the use of cannabis and cannabis oil in treating cancer?
The American Cancer Society supports (AMS) emphasizes the need for more scientific research on cannabinoid treatments for cancer patients, and recognizes the need for better and more effective therapies that can not only kill cancer but also help to overcome the painful and debilitating side effects of cancer and its treatment.
The AMS also believes that the classification of marijuana as a Schedule I controlled substance by the US Drug Enforcement Administration imposes numerous conditions on researchers and deters scientific study of cannabinoids. Federal officials are being encouraged to explore legalization options consistent with federal law for enabling more scientific study on marijuana and it’s ability to treat cancer and to help patients manage their symptoms.
Potential Side Effects
It should be noted that people who have a history of emotional illnesses such as depression, anxiety, paranoid disorders, or hallucinations may find their symptoms may worsen when using marijuana, cannabis oil, or certain cannabinoid drugs.
As with any medical condition or treatment, always talk to your doctor about what you should expect when beginning a treatment with one of these drugs. It’s also a really good idea to have someone you trust with you when you first start taking cannabis or cannabis oil and after any dose increases or changes.
All medical decisions about cancer treatment, pain management and cancer symptom management should always be fully discussed between the patient and their physician.