More stories are emerging proving the efficacy of cannabis with regards to its ability to treat and cure cancer. For decades, studies have proven that cannabis can treat as well as completely kill cancer cells. Not long ago, a European based pharmaceutical company, GW Pharmaceuticals, started the very first human trials that are using cannabis to treat brain cancer. You can read more about that here.
Unfortunately, the results from that trial won’t be available for another couple of years, but unofficial human trials are being conducted everyday by cancer sufferers around the world.
Stan and Barb Rutner are part of a continually growing list of people who have used, and are using cannabis to treat and cure their cancer. Stan and Barb Rutner are currently in their 70s, and both have had bouts with cancer. Approximately 20 years ago, Stan was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. After treating the cancer for approximately six months, the cancer returned in 2011, and he cured it with cannabis.
There are so many stories like Stan and Barbs’, and the list continues to grow. It’s important to share these stories around, and provide the scientific evidence along with them so people can truly see the healing power of cannabis.
We recently presented a case study in which a teenage girl used cannabis to treat her Leukemia. Toronto doctors Yadvinder Singh, MD and Chamandeep Bali, ND detailed the case and treatment procedure in great depth. You can read the full case study HERE.
For a list of 20 (out of hundreds) medical studies proving that cannabis can treat/ cure cancer, click HERE.
To view more articles/ studies posted by Collective Evolution regarding the healing power of cannabis, click HERE.
I think it’s absurd to continually push cancer patients towards chemotherapy without examining other options that seem to be having high success rates. Along with chemotherapy, I think patients should be encouraged to explore alternative treatments, as well as dietary options in order to help them heal.
Below is a video that gives us all something to think about.