Recent research shows actually reduction in cancer cell growth, by using hash oil!
The vast healing ability of cannabis is still being discovered, & a lot that has been medically proven. Like the ability for cannabis to decrease pain, nausea, & many other conditions. The incredible diverse applications of cannabis is truly profound, including its ability to kill MRSA. So many beneficial uses are currently known, & many more to be discovered, research shows it to even be the possible cure for cancer. From physiological, to physical THC, CBD, & other cannabinoids are the keys we need for a healthy defense system, along with its ability to treat so many ailments. A truly miraculous plant, with its incredible healing capabilities.
Hash oil is a resinous matrix of cannabinoids produced by a solvent extraction of cannabis.
“Claims of cannabis’ ability to shrink tumours have been made for many years, but within the last decade the anecdotal evidence has stacked up to the point that pharmaceutical companies have started taking these claims more seriously. GW Pharmaceuticals, who are set to go global in 2012 with their cannabis tincture spray Sativex, are currently Phase III trialling their oromucosal mouth spray for cancer pain in both the UK and the US. It is already prescribed to a select number of MS suffers in parts of the UK and in continental Europe in countries such as Italy, Germany, Sweden and even Czech Republic this year.”
“In 2006 a Canadian man by the name of Rick Simpson dropped the film Run From The Cure on the cannabis world with claims and a full video guide of how to make a cure for cancer from whole plant cannabis extract. Since then he has become a modern icon for the movement and his video has been used to help reach hundreds of thousands, if not millions, who need help to treat not only cancer but diseases affecting every part of the human system. He is now on the run as a fugitive from the DEA of America.”
“In the United Kingdom Her Majesty’s Government insist on the truth of their statement “cannabis has no medicinal benefits”, and occasionally add “in herbal form” to account for the fact that they allow GW Pharmaceuticals to grow 300 tonnes of the plant a year for… medical purposes. But that’s OK, they are licensed to extract oil from it to make Sativex, which is due to embark on a new cancer pain market worth £millions this year. Because the product Sativex contains CBD, or cannabidiol, which can moderate the effects of THC’s euphoric or ‘high’ effect, but also prolong it as it slows down its break down in the body, meaning it can be used more effectively over a longer period of time. This is what we call an FAAH inhibitor. (Just a little bit of cannabis science for you!)”