Cannabinoids Cure Cancer? Watch and See

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By AnonWatcher

Consider this: Monsanto claims a patent over synthetic marijuana. The Big Pharma industry made $100 billion dollar profits on cancer therapy alone in 2014. Marijuana is a Class 1 Drug. 

The question has been raised: can cannabis oil kill cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone? Can THC cure cancer?

The short clip that raises this question is on YouTube, and presented by Lincoln Horsley in 2012. But Horsley wasn’t the first to cotton on to the possible treatments against ailing health that Cannabis oil (THC) can provide.

In the documentary The Culture High, which discusses the prohibition of cannabis; Dr. William Courtney suggests that humans have a natural endocannabinoid system within our body, and that the THC can “interface on a molecular level with cells.” The far-reaching benefits for medical science, if only it was legalized, would be monumental, he says.

The clip claims to display what happens to cancer cells under the microscope if they are intercepted by THC injected into the bloodstream. Verification of the data is difficult, if not near impossible, but it isn’t to say we can’t ask the question: “What if?” And if the question turns out to be one that has a supported answer, then are authorities to be held accountable for crimes against humanity?

The science behind the function of endocannabinoids is that they create a healthy environment, playing a role in “immune system generation and re-generation. The body regenerates best when it’s saturated with Phyto-Cannabinoids.”

Countless medical journals have published on the benefits of THC in the treatment tumor cellsneurodegenerativediseases, brain tumors, molecular cancer therapeutics in poor prognosis patients, breast cancer, prostate cancer, blood cancer, and the larger list can be found below.

JOURNALS

US National Library of Medicine – Breast Cancer

Molecular Cancer – Breast Cancer

US National Library of Medicine – Lung Cancer

US National Library of Medicine – Prostate Cancer

International Journal of Cancer – Blood Cancer

The American Journal of Cancer – Pancreatic Cancer

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