The concept that marijuana eliminates cancer cells seems to no more be a conspiracy theory in the United States. With this information, can any state legally disregard medicinal marijuana?
Or could it even be thought about a preventative herb to avoid getting cancer?
Amy Willis with City states that the United States government has included a page on using cannabis and cannabinoids to their main cancer advice site.
Willis recommends, "The National Cancer Institute, part of the United States Department of Health, now recommends that 'cannabinoids might be useful in treating the negative effects of cancer and cancer treatment' by smoking, consuming it in baked products, consuming herbal teas or even spraying it under the tongue."
The official federal government website has a long list of medical uses of marijuana, including: Anti-inflammatory activity, pain relief, anti-anxiety, stress relief, anti-tumor, antiviral activity and relieving muscle convulsions brought on by multiple sclerosis, and many much more.
The website goes on to talk about how cannabis has been proven to destroy cancer cells in laboratory experiments.
Willis continues, "A number of clinical research studies have suggested this in the past, and in April this year the US federal government's National Institute on Substance abuse revised their publications to suggest marijuana could shrink brain tumors by exterminating cancer cells."
If the United States government is finally willing to admit these advantages which cannabis has been proven to eliminate cancer cells, then will other western countries follow suit?
If good health and decreasing cancer rates is essential to you, then contact your federal government and inform them about the excellent advantages of cannabis-- a natural herb that has a long list of benefits without the adverse effects of man-made cancer treatments.