Dave Triplett decided not to use pharmaceutical creams on his face, but instead opted for natural cannabis oil to treat a cancerous tumor on his nose.
Cannabis is one of the most powerful healing plants in the world and it has been proven over and over that it can makes cancer essentially disappear. Cannabis compounds are the reason for halting the growth factors that are responsible for metastatic growth.
There has been scientific evidence that marijuana can shrink and even kill tumors since the 1970s. A surge in public interest in this research has been inspired by Run From The Cure, a documentary about a Canadian man named Rick Simpson who claims that the concentrated oil from the cannabis plant has cured his skin cancer. He then tries the cure on a number of other cancer victims in his community with similar results.
Treating a Skin Lesion with Cannabis Oil – All you need to do is apply the cannabis oil directly to a skin cancer lesion. Cover it with a waterproof bandage, and leave it on for 3 days. At the end of 3 days remove the bandage, clean the site with isopropyl alcohol and re-treat for as long as you think it is needed. When you are sure the cancer lesion is cured, continue treating for another two or more weeks. Here is further proof that cannabis oil cures cancer. Watch the video below to see how the cannabis oil dramatically shrinks and eventually cures Dave Triplett of skin cancer.
“I used the oil for three to four weeks before I saw any results, and then the results were dramatic,” he testifies in the video. “Not only was the oil healing my nose, but it was bringing cancer to the surface that I didn’t even know was there.”
A YouTube video by Cure Your Own Cancer gives instructions for treating skin lesions with cannabis oil and shows the healing process of several skin-cancer patients.
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These videos are yet more evidence of what we’ve been saying: Cannabis Oil: Convinced of the Cure!
Big Pharma is in no rush to look into this, of course, because there’s not a lot of money to be made from a cure that people can grow in their own homes. But the anecdotal evidence has been enough to prompt a few studies, which are preliminary but promising.
Last year, Japanese researchers published a study in the Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology that showed a marked reduction of skin cancer in mice when treated with synthetic cannabinoids—up to 90 percent.
European researchers recently studied the endocannabinoid system and how it fights melanoma, which accounts for only 2 percent of skin-cancer cases but 75 percent of skin-cancer deaths. (Endocannabinoids, in case you’re not familiar, are the body’s self-made equivalents of the cannabinoids found in cannabis.) The study, published in the European Journal of Pharmacology, found that endocannabinoids suppressed and killed cancer cells.
Which was the most effective of these endocannabinoids? Anandamide (AEA), which activates the same cannabinoid receptors in the brain that THC does. Clearly they’re on to something here.
Scientific researchers are becoming more and more interested in how cannabis kills many types of cancers, including skin cancer. But the progress remains frustratingly slow because cannabis is still a Schedule I controlled substance, research permission and dollars are hard to obtain, and drug companies are pushing back against it.
If you haven’t had the chance to see Run From The Cure, here it is. It is truly educational and one to watch:
Source: Real Farmacy
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