Treating Diseases with the Sacred Plant

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Seniors Turn to Pot for Common Health Problems
 
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Cannabis May Reduce Risk of Dying From COVID-19​

 
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Cannabis for sickness and pain​

This plant isn’t legal in most of the US, but in some states you can grow cannabis and get flowers or therapeutic products derived from it with a medical prescription. Regardless of your personal opinion on it, there are studies that prove this controversial plant has a handful of medicinal benefits. But maybe because of the public debate surrounding it, it’s easy to get lost on which properties are actually backed by science, and which are just marketing slogans.

Researchers have been able to prove that cannabis is safe and works best in two instances—preventing nausea and vomiting in chemotherapy patients, and in regulating symptoms of multiple sclerosis. The Food and Drug Administration approved two cannabinoid-based medications for treating nausea in 1985. Meanwhile, multiple sclerosis patients have access to THC-based treatments in more than 30 countries to ease muscle spasms, expand mobility, decrease pain, improve sleep, and, overall, provide better quality of life.
Doctors, therapists, and activists have also claimed cannabis is effective in treating a number of other things—from pain in people with chronic illnesses, to epyleptic seizures, to even Tourette’s syndrome, where THC has been found to reduce the motor and vocal tics in patients. But in most of these cases—some of which are anecdotal—larger studies are needed to prove without a doubt that cannabis is responsible for these desired effects.
There’s also the challenge of dosage and intake method. Smoking or inhaling cannabis can cause delirium and other psychoactive reactions, and can be toxic if used too heavily. Pills and edibles, on the other hand, might not be as effective, as less THC is absorbed into the bloodstream this way.
 

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New Medicinal Combinations of Mushrooms and Cannabis
 

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CAN CANNABINOIDS TREAT SKIN CONDITIONS?​

 

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CANNABIS AND THYROID DISORDERS​

 

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Hi Jimi
We all know smoking is bad for your health, but it’s not always to blame for a lung cancer diagnosis.

In fact, there is no conclusive evidence that connects smoking (or inhaling) medical cannabis to cancer, even though it remains highly stigmatized and marred by controversy.

Of course, you don’t have to smoke cannabis to get the therapeutic effects, nor is it the most preferred application when it comes to treating any type of cancer.

In today’s video, you’ll discover what cancer and cannabis expert Dr. Allan Frankel recommends as the most effective delivery method for lung cancer (and others).

You’ll also learn the differences between smoking and inhalation, various treatment protocols, and much more.

>> How to treat lung cancer with cannabis
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To your success,

The Conquering Cancer team

P.S. Today’s videos are part of an exclusive sneak preview of the Healing Cancer Masterclass, courtesy of our friends at The Sacred Plant.

Go here to watch the first 4 of 49 total lessons f.ree

 

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Hi Jimi​
Have you seen the latest studies that reveal how the sacred plant stops cancer cells from spreading?

Research labs from around the world are showing that certain molecules in the plant “turn off” cancer triggers, which ultimately stops tumor growth and reduces recurrence.

What’s inside the sacred plant that infiltrates cancer cells and turns off their growth signal and power?

Scientists have narrowed it down to 4 specific things:
  • THC interacts with cancer cells to cause a natural death where they would otherwise continue to grow and spread to other areas of the body.

  • CBD has been shown to be “anti-proliferative” which means that it causes cancer cells to be “sticky” and not spread to your healthy cells.

  • THCv, THCa, and CBDa have been shown to be extremely useful, in that combining these cannabinoids allows the benefits of THC and CBD to be even more effective.

  • Terpenes such as limonene, pinene, and humulene have also shown to be anti-cancerous, helping to reduce tumor size and stopping the spread of cancer cells.
 
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Cannabis and Breast Cancer:​

CBD, THC, RSO, and More​

Its been quite a while since I have written about medical cannabis and its benefits for health in general and its effect on Breast Cancer. In just a few short years, a lot has changed. The biggest change has been how many states now allow cannabis to be used for medical purposes. According to the National Council of State Legislators, as of May 2021, 36 states and 4 territories have passed laws allowing for the medical use of cannabis products. Here is an update on how cannabis works, the benefits of CBD, and a basic look as well as some comments on a well-known formula called RSO, or Rick Simpson Oil.
Healing Substances in Cannabis
You’ve probably heard of the two main components of the cannabis plant: CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). There are two main kinds of cannabis: non-psychoactive varieties within the Cannabaceae family (i.e. cannabis Sativa), also known as hemp, and psychoactive varieties of Cannabis Sativa or Cannabis Indica. The psychoactive varieties are sometimes referred to as “marijuana”.
The big difference between the two is that hemp contains vastly smaller amounts of THC, the psychoactive substance within cannabis Sativa and cannabis Indica. The usual THC content of hemp is about .2%, which is too small to have any psychoactive effect whatsoever on most individuals.
Entourage Effect
In addition to the different forms of CBD and THC found in cannabis, there are also dozens of other phytonutrients within it. This makes it an incredible superfood when consumed raw. Some of the other healing substances found in cannabis include terpenes such as limonene and myrcene (both known to be cancer-protective) as well as dozens of vitamins and minerals.
In total, there are potentially well over a hundred different healing phytonutrients in a single cannabis leaf. All of these substances work in a synergistic way known as the entourage effect.
For more on CBD and the Endocannabinoid system check out this Podcast with Dr. Sherrill Sellman. Click Here to listen now.

A 2012 study conducted by Sanchez and her team at Complutense University in Madrid, Spain found that CBD, in particular, was able to instigate apoptosis (or cancer cell death). It also prevented new blood vessels from growing, inhibited metastasis, and even prevented cancer cells from dividing.
 

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Dear Jimi
Did you know some of the most respected scientists and researchers are making massive progress with Psychedelics?
Johns Hopkins, UCLA, NYU, and the list goes on…

This research was forbidden for decades…

And now, it’s backed by some heavy funding.

The results are curing diseases and mental health disorders that we thought were incurable…

And the legal landscape is shifting too!
Denver: Decriminalized
Oakland: Decriminalized
Washington DC: Decriminalized
The entire state of Oregon: Legal
This is a massive movement with a lot of steam!
 

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92% OF PAEDIATRICIANS SUPPORT ACCESS TO MEDICAL CANNABIS FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER​