U.S. Government Finally Admits Marijuana Really Does Kill Cancer Cells

U.S. Government Finally Admits Marijuana Really Does Kill Cancer Cells
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It appears that the fact that cannabis effectively destroys cancer cells is no longer a conspiracy theory in the U.S.

As a result, can we regard it as a preventive herb against cancer, or can anyone refuse the idea of using medicinal marijuana?

According to the official cancer advice website and Amy Willis, the US government has added an extra page on the use of cannabis and cannabinoids.

She recommends, “The National Cancer Institute, part of the US Department of Health, now recommends that ‘cannabinoids may be helpful in treating the side effects of cancer treatment’ by smoking it, eating it in baked products, drinking cannabis teas or even spraying it under the tongue.”

The site gives numerous medicinal uses of cannabis, for example, pain relief, stress relief, anti-inflammatory and antiviral action, anti-anxiety, and anti-tumor abilities decreasing of muscle spasms owing to multiple sclerosis, and so much more.

It, in addition, gives details how lab experiments have exposed that cannabis kills cancer cells.

In addition, she says: “More than a few scientific studies have recommended this in the past, and in April this year the US government’s National Institute on Drug Abuse adjusted their publications to recommend cannabis could reduce in size brain tumors by killing off cancer cells.”

For that reason, if this is a signal that the government of the United States would like to acknowledge the anti-cancer properties of cannabis, would the other western nations share their approach?

Cannabis is an extremely beneficial herb that can cause no side-effects and can effectively treat various severe health conditions and illnesses, counting cancer.

As a result, it is our responsibility to support this struggle and effort to help the numerous people who can benefit to a great extent from such treatments.

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