Cannabidiol (CBD) can help treat seizures, can reduce anxiety and There are no studies in people of the effects of marijuana oil or hemp oil. Every person's body has cells. Cannabis oil can help you if you are a cancer patient who does not take “we have done all we can do” to heart. We offer cannabis oil for cancer treatments and therapies that can help those from stage I-IV. We are constantly improving our treatments and protocols to afford.
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Here is more information about studies done so far in vitro from the National Cancer Institute: See answers to questions 6 and 7. Liked by cindylb , Merry, Volunteer Mentor. Jump to this post. Stage 4, metastatic squamous cell lung cancer.
One lung already removed. Currently on Keytruda and Taxol, which so far are not working. Am wanting to try cbd and thc oil, but not sure of initial dosing. Liked by Merry, Volunteer Mentor. I am a 10 year lung cancer survivor who was properly diagnosed and then properly treated at Mayo clinic with VATS surgery to remove most of my left lung.
I have found meditation thru Mindfulness has helped me learn how to breath with my diaphragm. This also helps reduce stress. He has written some great books! I presented a talk about lung cancer. Men are not mice!!! One slide shows the effects of MJ. Shocking and frankly dangerous. I am an active lung cancer advocate who goes to WashDC each year to ask congress for lung cancer research funds for NIH. When THC was questioned the feeling was the same…men are not mice. Good diet, exercise, paced breathing, positive attitude and great doctors have all helped me along with the support of Connect keep me moving on!
I would like the dosages and recommendations for this as well for my husband. My husband still has no definitive diagnosis on his cancer and all the doctors will do is repeat PET scans at this point. It's frustrating and scary. Thank you Colleen for the links to the articles. Actually, it's more trial and error, I think.
Also depending on your state it might not be available. I have had 4 lung cancers. Curious- with all the state regulations and time required to get approved what do folks think about the cbd oils as an immediate option? Is it a scam like weight loss herbs?
Or have folks seen results? We are lucky here in Colorado. Marijuana is legal both medically and recreationally. Our doctors recommended it and gave my husband the medical marijuana card but we can also supplement as need be with recreational.
My husband has a Stage 4 cancer of 'unknown primary' after 10 months of testing and appointments …. Since we are doing no other treatment, we are cautiously optimistic that the marijuana is contributing to the decline in cancer activity.
Our doctors are on board. There is an interesting article you can Google from the National Institutes of Health about the effect of CBD and THC for a number of medical concerns……there isn't much research yet because of the legal status but it being used for pain, inflammation and can in some way 'bind' to cancer cells they believe and kill the cells without harming healthy cells.
I am, as of tomorrow, 3 years cancer free from my breast cancer diagnosis and I too have started to use CBD only as a 'preventative'. I have noticed no ill effects.
I use a small amount vaping before bed and it does relax me somewhat and I sleep well ha ha. The CBD doesn't create the brain effects of THC but it seems to relax me and reduce some of my old lady pains that might otherwise keep me awake. My husband has had no negative effects either……marijuana has been used for years and there don't seem to be long term effects for adults that are documented, so I figure…….. CBD oil is great for lowering anxiety, helping with seizures, etc.
You would have to look up the list on google. It is not a scam at all. I think that any claims that cannibis can cure cancer is a public perception and not a scientific one. Contrary to what most people believe, medical uses of cannabis have been widely studied.
A review by the National Academy of Science looked at over 10, studies. They found evidence for some applications of cannabis, including managing chronic pain and spasms associated with multiple sclerosis. There was also good evidence that tetrahydrocannabinol THC , the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, can reduce the nausea caused by chemotherapy.
Indeed, a synthetic form of THC, called dronabinol, has been prescribed for just this use for decades. But, crucially, there is zero evidence that cannabis has any curative or even helpful impact on cancer, despite enthusiastic claims to the contrary. There are several articles and studies early stage and in progress on the National Institutes of Health website Search, National Institutes of Health — CBD and THC that outline research into the uses and possible effectiveness of the marijuana plant compounds for the use in cancer.
It's a tough read very 'medical, ha ha but there seems to be some promise there. CBD oil is not another treatment option. It has not been shown to decrease cancer cells. What it is, is a useful agent in helping with relaxing, nausea, some pain.
I believe that using the terms cures or treatments, remedy or antidote are words that should never be used when talking about THC or CBD oil. Over several hundred people they are OK for averages but almost no-one is average. I was given between 2 months without chemo and up to 18 months with chemo. I was sorry to learn about your dad and can appreciate you want to explore all possible options for him. When patients are having chemotherapy their bloods are regularly checked for signs of anaemia and infection.
They also check how well the kidneys and liver are working. If it shows that there have been changes in how well these organs are working, then the dose of chemotherapy will need to change or stop. You can read more about the blood tests that are taken during chemotherapy treatment here.
We especially do not recommend that people take it alongside established cancer treatments like chemotherapy. This is because we do not know if it will interfere with how the treatment works making it more unsafe. A doctor may not want to prescribe chemotherapy if they knew their patient was taking any form of cannabis because of this reason. You would have to ask this question at the hospital where your dad is having his treatment. Do get back to us if we can help with anything else.
Hey Dave hate to nosey but wanted to ask what type of cancer you have? My dad was recently diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic. We are trying hard to be very positive during this time. I love hearing more positive feedback. What did u do that u have managed to still be here with us? Did u do chemo? What is your opinion on cbd oil for the pain as he is not taking any pain meds and is it possible to stop it growing further and maybe reduce the size of the tumour? Chemo was my only option as the cancer had grown around my aorta and spread to distant parts.
I was lucky that my cancer isn't painful - though that's also why it wasn't suspected until stage 4 which was ufortunate. I've not tried alternative pain killers and to be honest can't imagine trying cbd unless conventional drugs had been tried and found not to work.
I hope your partnet changes his mind about chemo. There's a lot of disinformation out there and myths based on how bad chemo was in the s and 70s, along with deliberate misinterpretations of scientific evidence to help sell cannabis oil and other alternative rather than complementary treatments. The side effects can be managed these days to a high degree and there are a hundred times more types and combinations of chemo than there ware even 20 years ago.
I was given a combination of three types of chemo because this is more effective and longer lasting than the traditional one chemo regime. Skip to main content.
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While the benefits of CBD and medical marijuana are still being researched, many cancer patients have used the medicinal plant for symptom. So obviously, there is a lot of speculation around cannabis oil. Over several hundred people they are OK for averages but almost no-one is. Cannabis has been used by people for thousands of years, both medicinally CBD oil does not contain THC and therefore does not have any.