Cannabis Oil vs Cancer: the 50 Best Articles

Now what constitutes the “best” articles about Cannabis Oil vs Cancer will be very subjective and also depend a lot on which side of the ledger you sit. Medical orthodoxy versus personal experience. Pro-dope social smoker versus anti-marijuana Christian activist. Scott Morrison versus Richard di Natale. The list goes on. What we have aimed to bring here is a mix of high quality articles from almost all reputable sources for your reading enjoyment.

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1. Let’s start with something positive. And something very dear to all our hearts – our mums. Sure it might be published on Ladbible – the print version of that Blokesworld TV show, but show me a lad who doesn’t love his mum and I’ll show you a bloke who is likely to get cancer from being a miserable git. Anyway Mum Who Took Illegal Cannabis Oil To Battle Terminal Cancer Given The All-Clear is a promising way to start on this subject.

2. Now let’s not muck around and waste time – it’s all very well to read positive articles, but what can a person do about it, especially Australian DIY types who want to hurry up and get on with the purported healing benefits of cannabis oil, also often called CBD oil, in the fight against cancer. So practical folks will love to read about how to make a cannabis oil recipe titled This Is The Cannabis Oil Recipe Rick Simpson Used To Heal His Cancer And Recommends To Others

3. A cancer survivor native from British Columbia has a story that most people cannot imagine. In May 2007, the patient had a heart attack and afterward a double bypass surgery. As a result of the surgery, she experienced chronic pain from a maligned sternum and post-sternotomy neuralgia syndrome. The patient constantly took pain killers to try to ease the pain, but nothing seemed to work. Fast forward four years, the cancer patient was diagnosed with anal canal cancer and was coping with two spots of skin cancer on her collar bone. You may argue that the article How Cannabis Oil Helps With Cancer Treatment and Kills Cancer Cells comes from one of the most biased sources possible, from the website CBD International who state this on their website: CBD International was created by and for patients who believe that there has to be more than, “We’ve done all we can do.” We strive to meet the needs of all individuals who require safe, affordable access to high-quality cannabis oil or marijuana oil cancer treatments. We are committed to improving our members’ well-being and their standard of living with effective pain management.

4. Next we hear from a more detached source, the Australian government website Cancer.org.au who give us some choice heads-up on the subject: Cannabis and cannabinoids are derived from the Cannabis sativa plant. Cannabis, also known as marijuana (and colloquially as grass, pot, weed, hash etc.), is made from the dried flowers and leaves of the Cannabis sativa plant. Cannabinoids are chemicals which act upon cannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2 in the body. On the page Cannabis for Medical Purposes they eventually state “there are currently a number of trials underway in Australia reviewing the potential benefits of cannabis and its efficacy for use across different medical indications”. We suggest keeping keeping an eye on that page to see if they eventually indicate grander conclusions which support the pro-medical-pot lobby.

5. This website then links to the TGA page on medical cannabis which then links to many other valuable pages and sources about medical cannabis, so this will keep anti-cancer researchers and general enthusiasts occupied for hours. Great to see such professional information readily available for laypeople.

6. Meanwhile Julie, age 65, has been taking two drops a night of a cannabinoid oil and a paste with a low tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) dose under her tongue in the morning. She is one of a growing number of senior Australians who are buying homemade medicinal cannabis products for pain relief, despite it being early days in scientific research to support the drug’s effectiveness. While there is a legal process for using medicinal cannabis, it can only be prescribed by a medical practitioner and this is done on a case-by-case basis. This ABC News article about elderly people breaking the law to use medicinal cannabis for the aches and pains of ageing is about cannabis oil for pain management in the elderly, but it does mention that Julie had cancer previously. Hmmm we suspect a bit of subtext on this one.

7. In a very clickbait-friendly article Mamamia are also greatly contributing to the medical marijuana subject with plenty of further information including this quote: “With the medical products, they’re standardised – they only use a certain part of the plant and extract the oil in a certain way, so you get a compound that’s reproducible and regulated. It will be the same every time you buy it. You don’t get that when buying medicinal cannabis oil on the black market, decriminalising CBD oil will give patients consistency, and doctors more confidence in prescribing it.” For their article about Cannabis oil and CBD oil in Australia: Everything you need to know, click here.

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8. Populist media is very much getting in on the act now, with the UK’s Daily Star knowing how to personalise a universal story with this irresistible article called Man beats 12 brain tumours and is now cancer free after taking cannabis oil where he declares: “Now I’m essentially cancer free in less than a year.”

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49. Medical Cannabis is legal but my 91-year-old Mum’s struggle to get it was torture is a good read about the general benefits of CBD oil and how Australia makes it so difficult to get it.

50. Well here we are … Cannabis Oil vs Cancer: How Medical CBD Oil Works: the 50 Best Articles how medical marijuana is being used to treat cancers such as non-Hodgkins lymphoma and all types of cancers … this article has reached its end. So this one is just for the heart-strings – it’s about how a little boy has stopped having seizures thanks to this potentially revolutionary treatment. Epilepsy, cannabis oil has you in its sights also! To enjoy this final read click here.

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