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U.S. Gov Admits Marijuana Kill Cancer Cells

U.S. Gov Admits Marijuana Kill Cancer Cells


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This video details statements made by Amy Willis (Journalist for Metro) on the change in political stance by the Government of the United States on whether cannabis can kill cancer cells. The change relates to a page on cannabis and cannabinoids which was added to the official US government cancer advice website which is part of the US department of health. They now state that cannabinoids may be useful in treating the side effects felt from cancer as well as the side effects experienced from modern cancer treatments.

They suggest that using cannabis treatments and relating products such as joints/cigarettes, baked goods, soft drinks, herbal teas and sprays/oil drops under the tongue could provide these benefits. The site continues to list the numerous medicinal uses of cannabis such as stress relief, pain relief, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties, anxiety relief, anti tumor properties, reduced muscle spasms in patients with multiple sclerosis as well as many other medicinal properties.

It also provides scientific findings based on lab experiments which show how cannabis has killed cancer cells. The page goes on to mention several scientific studies which suggested similar findings and provided more support for the medical benefits of cannabis. It also details how the US government’s National Institute on Drug Abuse revised their publications in April 2018 to suggest that cannabis could also shrink brain tumors by killing off cancer cells.

These changes show a clear shift and understanding by the US government on the wider potential medical benefits to be found within cannabis. Cannabis is a very powerful and very useful herb with limited minor side effects, however until further studies are carried out it will remain a controlled substance in certain forms (THC treatments) and in certain US states. However with these changes it appears that the future for cannabis in America is bright, which will be welcomed greatly by those who need it to help with their various major and minor medical conditions.

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