Benefits of CBD for Cancer Patients
Cannabis is a natural plant that has many medicinal benefits
But like tea tree oil, echinacea, and chamomile is it grouped into medicinal plants?
How far does the benefits of cannabis go and can they be a natural alternative to pharmaceuticals?
There are many ongoing studies that conclude cannabis can be a potential to reduce the growth of cancer
Some of these studies conclude to "slow the growth, reduce invasion, and induce tumor cell death", reduce bladder cancer in men, and "CBD significantly reducing breast cancer cell proliferation and invasion"
However at this time, there is not a cannabis medication designated for treating cancer because the benefits are not significant enough as a stand alone method. Conclusively from those studies, there is a link between cannabis having a positive correlation to reducing cancer symptoms, however no scientific theories stating that it is in fact a treatment for cancer.
It is important to consult your doctor before using cannabis because it may change the side effects by interacting with a combination of medications.
At this moment, cannabis is not a replacement for cancer treatment. However many people have benefitted from it in the treatment of pain, nausea, and appetite loss associated with cancer and cancer treatment. There are a variety of ways to consume cannabis through flower, edibles, sprays, tinctures, capsules, concentrates
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