4 Stage Primary Liver Cancer – Could Cannabis Oil Be The Answer

Cannabis oil 4 stage primary liver cancer

Credit: Beate Moore

In this video, Ed tells his story about his cancer survival back in April of 2012. He was diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer.

Ed visited the hospital when he became very sick and a MRI scan showed that he had a tumor that was 11.5 centimeters in size, that had then travelled to his lymph nodes.

Ed was told that the cancer was too far advanced, making it inoperable. He was sent home, so that he was able to die comfortably. He was given 2 to 3 months.

He lost a lot of weight, he had turned grey, and his friends and family believed that he was going to die at any stage.

His friends recommended him to start a plant reduction process using marijuana, that is cooked down into CBD and THC oil. Ed describes it as “Herbal Chemotharpay.” As he started taking medicinal cannabis, three weeks in the treatment they started to reduce the morphine intake, and increased the medicinal cannabis, and after a month he was completely taken off morphine, and started getting better. He was able to walk, and 6 months later he was able to drive his car.

Ed and his wife only found out that the cannabis was actually working when they went for another scan they had realised that his tumor had actually shrunk in size from 11.5 centimeters to 5 centimeters and his lymph nodes where 100% clear.

They find it extremely sad, that when he was first diagnosed that doctors told him that there was nothing that they could do for him, yet cannabis oil had given him more time to live.

Ed got an extra 5 years with a good quality of life, but had eventually past due to his bad liver. His wife still highly recommend to use cannabis oil for cancer, but i also would incorporate other healing protocols.

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