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- Feb 22, 2020
Cannabis and colorectal cancer are like two peas in a pod. Cannabis does not only slow down the growth of cancerous cells but also kills it. It also stimulates appetite, reduces nausea and inflammation. Medical cannabis also increases the medicinal benefits of conventional treatments. Primarily cancer patients take cannabis to relieve pain and reduce unpleasant side-effects from conventional treatments. More studies are following the therapeutic effects cannabis has on treating cancer. There is successful evidence that cannabis decrease or prevent tumor growth.