Cannabis Oil and Cancer Treatment

Drop of cannabis oilResearch Can Make a Difference

During the last ten years, the amount of research conducted on the effects of medical marijuana is staggering. Patients don’t have to smoke marijuana anymore in order to reap the benefits from it.

Today, we can consume marijuana in almost every way possible, albeit through a vaporizer or an edible cookie. However, cannabis oil is not to be confused with “ordinary” hemp oil because the two differ greatly, especially in the amount of THC available in the plant from which the oil is derived from. So before you run out and get some of that wicked hemp oil, be sure you know exactly what you’re looking for because most of the hemp oils out there have no nutritional value whatsoever, let alone medicinal value.

Hemp Oil

Hemp oil is usually derived from male cannabis plants that have up to 0.3% of THC in them. If a farmer/grower/connoisseur decides to grow anything with more THC in it, he could be facing jail-time and a fine, and his crop would face devastating consequences. Hemp oil is quite nutritious as it contains essential fatty acids such as omega-3 and omega-6, both of which can be found in salmon and fish as well. Therefore, it is a great addition to your healthy lifestyle but its not really breaking boundaries in cancer research, is it?

Cannabis Oil

Pure cannabis oil has taken a revolutionary role in cancer research. If you take a look at Rick Simpson’s story, you’ll figure out why. The oil is derived from female flowers of an indica cannabis plant. Depending on what you are after, you can make cannabis oil out of any female plant currently available in nature. It doesn’t matter if it has 2% or 27% of THC, the point is – it heavily surpassed the nutritional values of regular hemp oil. And that’s where Rick Simpson struck gold.

Rick Simpson / Run From The Cure

Rick Simpson is not a man with an excellent academic record or a man with a brilliant past. He started drinking when he was 16, even though most of his friends were smoking weed at the time. However, he wasn’t really that into it. In 1972, his cousin passed away from cancer.

A couple of month afterwards he found out about a study where THC reduced the size of a brain tumor in mice. He was awed. That particular event triggered Simpson to find out more about marijuana as a possible cure for cancer.

So he went into research, produced his own THC-rich cannabis oil and tried it on himself. To his own surprise, he was able win his own battle with cancer, cure his mothers psoriasis and a truly great number of testimonials on youtube prove that this actually just may be the real deal. To be honest, if you have cancer, try cannabis oil  – what have you got to loose?

If you’re wondering how to make cannabis oil yourself, then just click here and get right to it.

To find out more visit our recent blog post and forum thread on cannabis oil and cancer research.

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  1. Does chewing marijuana leave in small amount or boiling it in soup have any medicinal effects? Any pro or cons of these mentioned techniques? Please comment. Thanks

  2. My cousin’s husband has cancer but lives in Florida….Is there any way to purchase this oil in Arizona and get it to him??????

  3. Georgia already has a medical marijuana law put in place in 1980. Perhaps Georgia will be the next state to have access to medical marijuana. with the help of GaCareProject.com

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