Many people with cancer these days are exploring alternative treatments. It’s definitely important to keep up with research and to be aware of what is happening in the world of traditional and alternative medicine.
As I mention in all of my cannabis articles (for those who don’t know), cannabinoids refer to any group of related compounds called endocannabinoids and they play an important role in many processes within the human body that help to create a healthy environment.
Cannabis has been proven to reduce cancer cells for a long time now, as it has a great impact on the rebuilding of the immune system. This doesn’t include smoking it. Success is usually achieved by creating oil from the plant or eating the plant.
If you’d like to start on your own research you can start here. This is some of the information we’ve found but there is a lot more out there, so make sure to do your own research.
20 Medical Studies That Prove Cannabis Can Cure Cancer
Oregon’s Youngest Medical Cannabis Patient is Curing Her Cancer ( With links to current research concerning Cannabis and Leukemia)
Molecular Biologist Explains How THC Completely Kills Cancer
Cannabis is Key to Good Health When We Eat it vs. Smoke it
Teenage Girl Uses Cannabis To Treat Leukemia & Great Results Were Seen
A Recipe To Make Cannabis Oil For A Chemotherapy Alternative
We’ve already seen a number of success stories with regards to people using cannabis to treat their cancer. In fact, the last article I wrote on this subject was about Mykayla Comstock, the 9 year old girl who used cannabis to cure her cancer.
Here are a few studies I found that show cannabis can be effective when it comes to brain cancer, but there is A LOT more research out there, hopefully this gets you started if you are interested.
1. A study published in the British Journal of Cancer, conducted by the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Complutense University in Madrid, this study determined that Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other cannabinoids inhibit tumour growth. They were responsible for the first clinical study aimed at assessing cannabinoid antitumoral action. Cannabinoid delivery was safe and was achieved with zero psychoactive effects. THC was found to decrease tumour cells in two out of the nine patients.
2. A study published in The Journal of Neuroscience examined the biochemical events in both acute neuronal damage and in slowly progressive, neurodegenerative diseases. They conducted a magnetic resonance imaging study that looked at THC (the main active compound in marijuana) and found that it reduced neuronal injury in rats. The results of this study provide evidence that the cannabinoid system can serve to protect the brain against neurodegeneration.
3. A study published in The Journal of Pharmacology And Experimental Therapeutics already acknowledged the fact that cannabinoids have been shown to possess antitumor properties. This study examined the effect of cannabidiol (CBD, non psychoactive cannabinoid compound) on human glioma cell lines. The addition of cannabidiol led to a dramatic drop in the viability of glioma cells. Glioma is the word used to describe a brain tumour. The study concluded that cannabidiol was able to produce a significant antitumor activity.
4. A study published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics outlines how brain tumours are highly resistant to current anticancer treatments, which makes it crucial to find new therapeutic strategies aimed at improving the poor prognosis of patients suffering from this disease. This study also demonstrated the reversal of tumour activity in Glioblastoma multiforme.