Proof of How Medical Marijuana (Cannabis/Hemp Oil) cures Cancer

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Marijuana Medicinal Usage in Ayurveda

The magical medicinal properties of Marijuana (or Bhang in Sanskriti) were described by ayurvedic physicians thousands of years ago in India. However, this medicinal plant has been put into the category of “Synthetic Drug” despite being naturally produced in Mother Nature.

Modern medicine views Marijuana as a Drug despite knowing its medicinal properties which are known to cure deadly diseases like Cancer.

What is the Difference between Marijuana and Hemp ?

Both marijuana and hemp come from the same species of plant called “Cannabis Sativa L”.

Hemp was originally cultivated in Taiwan nearly 10,000 years ago. Ancient cultivators of the cannabis plant recognized that it was dioecious meaning that it had dual characteristics.

Cultivators specifically grew one variety of the cannabis plant to make it tall and durable. This is what we know as industrial hemp. After discovering that the flower buds of the cannabis plant had psychoactive effects, cultivators then began to separate the hemp plants from the flowering plants in order to isolate their “medicinal” characteristics, these plants closely resembled what we call marijuana plants today.

How Hemp Oil (Oil Extracted from Hemp (Marijuana Plant) Seeds) Cures Cancer and Why No One Knows

Cannabis extract medicine, also known as “hemp oil” when referred to the type first started by Rick Simpson, is a concentrated cannabis formulation that is ingested orally.

By eating large amounts of the oil for a period of three to six months, almost any illness you can imagine can be cured or completely controlled.

Biggest Proof on How Marijuana (Cannabis) Cures Cancer

This is possible because cannabis medicine works fundamentally through the endocannabinoid system, the super-regulatory system of our body that maintains homeostasis in the other systems.

It is widely known and observable that people with cancer, chronic pain, inflammatory conditions, and other conditions use Hemp oil with remarkable effectiveness.

Scientific Evidence on How Marijuana (Hemp Oil) cures cancer

There are hundreds & hundreds of scientific studies to prove that cannabinoids like tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), as well as whole plant formulations, are effective against virtually any disease imaginable.

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Why Marijuana is labeled as a Drug and Banned in some regions of the world ?

The ban on Marijuana has been imposed keeping in mind that it can be misused as a drug. But, what about Alcohol, Tobacco and various other similar “licensed drugs.” People who want to abuse the medicinal properties are known to drink 5 Bottles of Common Cold Syrups, just to enjoy that feeling of intoxication in the absence of drugs. Does that mean Cold Syrups should be banned?

82 studies on the effectiveness of marijuana against cancer

Cancer represents one of the leading causes of death in industrialized countries. Until now the treatments offered by the pharmaceutical industry have, for the most part, a limited efficiency, accompanied by significant toxicity and very undesirable side effects. It is known that the marijuana plant can naturally help and relieve the symptoms of cancer and chemotherapy: reducing pain, nausea, vomiting, improving appetite, mood, sleep, relationships with the environment and we know the importance of having a good quality of life during the treatment process.

So we can now see something even more interesting: some cannabinoids in the marijuana plant have a remedial action against various forms of cancer. Several patient testimonials are now available on social networks, particularly in the United States where therapeutic marijuana is accessible much more easily than in Europe. The most frequent examples of healing concern cases of leukemia, as well as brain tumors (gliomas), usually in children, even in infants.

But these numerous testimonies are not enough to convince the medical and scientific community which needs serious studies to confirm these claims. To rectify the situation, here is a list (not exhaustive) of 68 international scientific publications, from the best research laboratories, demonstrating the efficiency of cannabinoids present in the marijuana plant in cancer treatment.

Cannabinoid Cancer Action Studies

Use of cannabinoids as anti-cancer agents. This study, available online from June 2015, was published in the journal Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry in January 2016.

Endocannabinoids and Cancer. Published in the Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology in September 2015.

Anti-tumor effects of marijuana. Updated publications on the US Government’s National Cancer Institute website in August 2015.

Cannabis in the treatment of Cancer. A study published in the journal Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics in June 2015.

New looks on the anti-metastatic and anti-angiogenetic effects of cannabinoids. A study published in the International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology in January 2015.

Cannabinoids as therapeutic agents against cancer: current status and future implications. A study published in the medical journal Oncatargeten July 2014.

Preparation and characterization of biodegradable microparticles loaded with THC and their antitumor efficiency on cancer cell lines. A study published in the Journal of Drug Targeting in September 2013.

The endocannabinoid system: a therapeutic goal to regulate the growth of cancer.

A study published in the journal Life Science in March 2013.

Cannabidiol CBD as a potential anticancer drug. A study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology in February 2013.

Cannabinoids as modulators against cancer. A study published in the journal Progress in Lipid Research in January 2013.

The CBD inhibits angiogenesis through multiple mechanisms. A study published by the British Journal of Pharmacology in November 2012.

Towards a use of Cannabinoids as anti-tumor agents. A study published in the journal Nature in June 2012.

Mechanisms of cell death associated with cannabinoids in tumor models. A study published in the International Journal of Oncology in May 2012.

The cannabinoids, endocannabinoids, and cancer. A study published in the journal Cancer Metastasis Reviews in December 2011.

Cancer and Endocannabinoid System: Therapeutic Involvement: Study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology in July 2011.

Medicinal Marijuana in brain cancer treatment (Gliomas, Glioblastoma)

The combination of CBD and THC enhances the effect of radiation on a murine orthoptic model of glioma. Stage published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics of December 2014.

The anti-tumor action of cannabinoids in the genesis of glioma. A study published in the journal Histology and Histopathology in June of 2015.

Cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive compound in marijuana, inhibits the proliferation and invasion of U87-MG and T98G-type glioma cells acting at various sites. A study published in the Public Library of Science in October 2013.

The CBD, a new therapeutic target against glioblastoma. A study published on the Cancer Research site in March 2013.

Microparticles loaded with cannabinoids inhibit the growth of tumor cells in a model of glioblastoma multiforme. A study published in the Public Library of Science in January 2013.

Cannabinoids inhibit the growth of malignant human glioma cells of type U87MG. A study published in the journal Oncology Reports in July 2012.

A preclinical therapy combined with cannabinoids and Temozolomide against glioma. A study published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics in January 2011.

CBD improves the inhibitory effects of THC on the proliferation and survival of human glioblastoma cells. A study published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics in January 2010.

Cannabinoids induce the death of human glioma cells by autophagy. A study published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation in May 2009.

Cannabinoids modulate the expression of matrix-2 matrix metalloproteinases, which inhibits the invasion of glioma cells. A study published in the journal Cancer Research in March 2008.

Cannabinoids and gliomas, the study published on the site Molecular Neurobiology in June 2007.

Cannabinoids inhibit the genesis of gliomas. A study published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry in March 2007.

A pilot clinical study of THC on patients suffering from recurrent glioblastoma multiforme. The results got published in the British Journal of Cancer in June 2006.

The CBD inhibits migration of human glioma cells by a mechanism independent of cannabinoid receptors. The study was published in the British Journal of Pharmacology in April 2005.

Cannabinoids inhibit the vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) pathway in gliomas. A study published in the Journal of Cancer Research in August 2004.

Anti-tumor effects of CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, on human glioma cell lines. The study was published in the Journal of Pharmacology in November 2003.

Inhibition of live growth of glioma by selective activation of the CB cannabinoid receptor (2). A study published in the Journal of Cancer Research in August 2001.

Marijuana against breast cancer

The anti-tumor action of Cannabidiol (CBD) in breast cancer. A study published in the journal Molecular Oncology in January 2015.

Focusing on the multiple anti-tumor pathways of cannabinoids leads to inhibition of advanced staging of breast cancer. A study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology in June 2014.

The CBDA ( the acid form of the CBD, located in the fresh plant) inhibits cell migration of breast cancer MB-231. A study published in Toxicology Letters in November 2012.

Cannabinoids: A New Hope in Breast Cancer Therapy? A study published in the journal Cancer Treatment Reviews in June 2012.

Pathways that allows the CBD to reduce the proliferation, invasion, and metastasis of breast cancer cells. A study published in the journal Breast Cancer Research and Treatment in August 2011.

The CBD coordinates the communication between apoptosis and autogamy which induces the programmed death of breast cancer cells. A study got published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics in May 2011.

Cannabinoids decrease the progression of cancer-related to the ErbB2 gene. A study on this topic was published in the journal Molecular Cancer in July 2010.

CBD, a new inhibitor of Id- 1 gene expression related to aggressive breast cancer. A report published in the journal Molecular Research Therapeutics in November 2007.

THC inhibits the progression cycle of breast cancer cells by the regulation of the Cdc2 gene. A report published in the journal Cancer Research in July 2006.

The anti-tumor activity of plant cannabinoids highlights the effect of CBD on breast carcinoma. A study was published in the journal of the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics in May of 2006.

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The effects of CBD and its synergy with Bortezomib in multiple myeloma cell lines. A study published in the International Journal of Cancer in December 2013.

Increase the activity of CBD and other cannabinoids against leukemia. A study published in the newspaper Anticancer Research in October 2013.

An extract of Marijuana to treat acute Philadelphia chromosome lymphoblastic leukemia. A study published in the journal Case Reports in Oncology in September 2013.

Inhibition of lymphoma cell growth by the activation of CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors. A study published in the International Journal of Cancer in June 2008.

The action of cannabinoids in mantle cell lymphoma. A study published in the journal Molecular Pharmacology in November 2006.

Apoptosis of Jurkat-type leukemia cells by THC. A study published in the journal Molecular Cancer Research in August 2006.

Focus on CB-2 cannabinoid receptors, a novel therapy for treating malignant lymphoblastic diseases. A study published in the journal Blood of the American Society of Hematology in July 2002.

Study on Marijuana against lung cancer: Medicinal Marijuana used in Lung Cancer treatment with Statistics

In vitro and in vivo evaluation of THC / PGLA nanoparticles in cancer chemotherapy. A study published in the International Journal of Pharmaceutics in April 2105.

Cannabinoids increase the destruction of lung cancer cells thanks to killer cells, transformed activated lymphocyte, thanks to the regulation of ICAM-1 receptors. A study published in the journal Biochemical Pharmacology in July 2014.

Cannabinoids inhibit the angiogenesis capabilities of endothelial cells by releasing tissue inhibitors of the matrix-1 matrix metalloproteinases of lung cancer cells. A study published in the journal Biochemical Pharmacology in June 2014.

The COX-2 and PPAR-y pathways allow CBD to induce apoptosis of human lung cancer cells. A study published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics in January 2013.

The CBD inhibits the invasion and metastasis of lung cancer cells due to the expression of intercellular adhesion molecule type 1 study published in the Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology in April 2012.

CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors, new targets for inhibition of growth and metastasis of non-microcytic lung cancer cells. A study published in the journal Cancer Prevention Research in January 2011.

The THC inhibits epidermal growth factor (EGF) migration of cancer cells in vitro lung and their metastases and their growth in vivo. A study published in the magazine Oncogène in July 2007.

Cannabinoids against colorectal cancer : Marijuana cures colorectal cancer

Carcinogenesis of the colon is inhibited by Cannabigerol (CBG), a non-psychoactive cannabinoid resulting from the Cannabis plant and TRPM8 receptor antagonist. A study published in the journal Carcinogenesis in Septembre, 2014.

Inhibition of carcinogenesis of the colon with a standardized extract of Cannabis Sativa rich in CBD. A study published in the journal Phytomedicine in December 2013.

Chemoprotective effect of CBD non-psychoactive phytocannabinoid in colon cancer. The study was published in the Journal of Molecular Medicine in August 2012.

Cannabinoids against intestinal inflammation and cancer. A study published in the journal Pharmacology Research in August 2009.

The action of cannabinoid receptors on colorectal tumor growth. A study published by the Cancer Center of the University of Texas in July 2008.

Marijuana cures stomach cancer

Activation of cannabinoid receptors as an alternative treatment against 5-Fluorouracil-resistant stomach cancer cells. A study published in the newspaper Anticancer Research in June 2013.

Antiproliferative mechanism of cannabinoids in human stomach cancer cells. A study published in the Journal of Cellular Biochemistry in March 2011.

Marijuana cures prostate cancer

Cannabinoids inhibit the growth of prostate carcinoma, in vitro and in vivo: pro-apoptotic effects and underlying mechanisms. This study was published in the British Journal of Pharmacology in December 2012.

The function of cannabinoids in prostate cancer: scientific perspective and potential clinical applications. A study published in the Indian Journal of Urology in January 2012.

Induction of apoptosis of prostate and colon cancer cells by cannabinoids depends on phosphatase. A study published in the journal Anticancer Research in November 2011.

Pro-apoptotic effect of endocannabinoids on prostate cancer cells. A study published in the journal Oncology Reports in April 2015.

Marijuana cures liver cancer

The implication of the PPAR pathway and in the antitumor action of cannabinoids in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). A study published in the journal Cell Death and Disease in May 2013.

Evaluation of the antiproliferative effects of cannabinoids in human hepatocarcinoma cells. A study published on the Informa Healthcare site in February 2013.

The anti-tumor action of cannabinoids on hepatocellular carcinoma. A study published in the journal Cell Death and Differentiation in April 2011.

Marijuana (Hemp Oil) cures pancreatic cancer

Cannabinoids inhibit energy metabolism and induce autophagy of pancreatic cancer cells. A study published in the magazine Cell Death and Disease in June of 2013.

Cannabinoids induce apoptosis of pancreatic tumor cells. A study published in the journal Cancer Research in July 2006.

Marijuana Cures skin cancer

Cannabinoid receptors, new targets for the treatment of melanoma. A study was published in the Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology in December 2006.

Inhibition of growth and angiogenesis of the skin tumor in vivo, by the activation of cannabinoid receptors. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, January 2003.

The differentiated function of cannabinoids in the pathogenesis of skin cancer. This study got published in the journal Life Science in October 2015, the results of the researchers confirm the value of exogenous cannabinoids for the treatment of melanoma.

Use cytotoxic autophagy inferred by cannabinoids to kill melanoma cells. A study published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences in May 2014.

Marijuana against other cancers

Bladder: Marijuana reduces the risk of bladder cancer. A study published on the Medscape site in May 2013.

Kaposi Sarcoma: CBD inhibits growth and induces programmed cell death of Kaposi’s sarcoma associated with endothelial infection by Herpes virus. A study published in the journal Genes & Cancer in July 2012.

ORL (nose, mouth, throat, ear): Cannabinoids like THC can remove human ORL cancer cells. A study conducted by the Department of Pediatrics at the State University of New York, published in June 2010.

Biliary pathways: The double effect of THC on cholangiocarcinoma cells: anti-invasion activity of low concentration and induction of apoptosis of higher concentration. A study published in the journal Cancer Research in May 2010.

Ovaries: Cannabinoid receptors as therapeutic targets for ovarian cancer. A study published on the website of the American Association for Cancer Research in 2006.

To conclude, we can highlight in these publications that the efficiency of cannabinoids against cancer depends on the dose used: the higher the dose, the more important the action. As it is difficult to obtain high and constant blood concentrations of cannabinoids consuming the marijuana plant in a common way (smoking, vaporizing …) most patients use cannabinoid extractions, the most famous of which is known as Rick Simpson’s oil.

Efficiency of cannabinoids against cancer

Marijuana enriched in CBD; this non-psychoactive cannabinoid seems to have the best anti-tumor properties.

Do not hesitate to share this information in your environment, especially if you know doctors (oncologists …), cancer research, and also with people suffering from this disease and seeking complementary natural therapy, effective and safe.

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