When it comes to cancer and cannabis, the hits just keep on coming. the latest example comes from the University of Newcastle, in Australia. According to their press release,"Laboratory tests
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"Cannabinoids are a large and important class of complex compounds that have a promising therapeutic potential for the treatment of variety of diseases, including cancer", according to one of many
The anti-tumour effects of compounds found within cannabis have been well documented for decades. There is study after study showing that cannabis shows a strong potential to treat and even
Amanda has battled brain cancer TWICE and uses medical cannabis to treat her symptoms. It’s one of many stories out there. We share this because we connect people with compassionate
Now that medical marijuana is being slowly legalized across the world, it’s opened the door for scientists and researchers to conduct more studies and find out more about it. This
In the video below, Dr Cristina Sanchez PhD answers questions about medical cannabis. She is well known in the field, having studied the effect of cannabinoids on lipid and carbohydrate
A study published in Current Oncology published by scientists who have bee studying the anti-tumour effects that multiple compounds within cannabis have on cancer state: In addition to the well-known palliative effects
“Monday 16th December 2013 I had been complaining of a small niggling pain on my left side around my ribs for a few days but nothing too bad. I’d had
Below is one of many real life stories that are actually real when it comes the cannabis and cancer. Linda Coxon’s story was briefly picked up by mainstream media in
MSince the medical industry has completely failed to examine cannabis in depth via clinical trials, after decades of research has shown its potential to treat and even cure a wide