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Pot Cures Cancer.

networkconsultant (1224452) writes | more than 2 years ago

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networkconsultant (1224452) writes "We have known for a while that refined oils of hemp and pot have various action on multiple forms of cancer without the harsh side effects often experienced by anti-neoplastics such as Folfox and Folfri; We have examples here:
2 Year old beats Glioma with Cannabis
Now there is yet another formal study that will prove CBD's in Cannabis are a better first line treatment for cancer than all of the patented and expensive treatments available via your hospital and health insurance.
The actual study to confirm her "Anecdotal" evidence can be found here: Cannabidiol induces programmed cell death in breast cancer cells by coordinating the cross-talk between apoptosis and autograph.
Looks like the cure was right in our rolling hands all along.
Not to tout the conspiricy aspect but these folks think that it's been longer than that: Medical Marajuna Cures Cancer"

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