Let All Terminal Cancer Patients Try Cannabis Oil


Allow all terminal cancer patients the use of cannabis oil

Why is this important?

1 in 2 of us will get cancer at some point in our life times, but right now patients are being denied drugs that could ease their pain, or relieve side effects of chemotherapy, because they are currently illegal.

Cannabis oils and other cannabis based medicines can be used to relieve the side effects of chemotherapy like nausea, and can help relieve severe pain. Everyone deserves to get the care they need, especially terminally ill cancer patients. Doctors should be allowed to prescribe cannibis oil to any patient they think it would help.

We review and update this article as new research emerges. The last update was May 2018, where we made edits to the structure of the article to make the introduction and several sections clearer.

Few cancer topics spark as much online debate as cannabis.

The bottom line is that right now there isn’t enough reliable evidence to prove that any form of cannabis can effectively treat cancer in patients. This includes hemp oil, cannabis oil or the active chemicals found within the cannabis plant (cannabinoids)