Did you know that many people around the world have been using and cultivating cannabis (marijuana) for a variety of purposes for centuries? Well yes, and the experts claim that the oldest written record of cannabis for medicinal purposes dates back to 2727 B.C. by the Chinese Emperor, Shen Nung. You should also know that the Ancient Egyptians used it to treat glaucoma and inflammation. The Greeks touted its powers to treat ear aches and swelling—even early Americans used the plant to treat depression. In fact, by 1850, the potent therapeutic properties of the cannabis plant had made their way into the U.S. Pharmacopeia, where they’ve used it to treat many health problems, such as: neuralgia, tetanus, typhus, cholera, rabies, dysentery, alcoholism, opiate addiction, anthrax, leprosy, incontinence, gout, convulsive disorders, tonsillitis, insanity, excessive menstrual bleeding, and uterine bleeding.
But, here comes the bad part – despite the seemingly irrefutable evidence of its medicinal value dating back thousands of years, and by almost every culture, by the late 1930s, the United States federal government had prohibited both therapeutic and recreational use of the plant and since then, it has taken almost a century of legal challenges and ongoing testing to bring cannabis and its healing abilities back into the medical forefront.
According to the latest statistics, there are more than 20,000 published reviews and studies with respect to the cannabis plant and its potent and therapeutically powerful cannabinoids—almost 33 percent of which have been published in the last four years. The medical experts claim that cannabis oil is associated with 187 diseases and 77 different pharmacological actions ranging from insomnia, epilepsy, diabetes, stroke, and brain injury to asthma, dementia, fibromyalgia, ADHD, and almost every type of cancer.
A recent study, published in the Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology, in 2014, has discovered that cannabis essentially contains a compound that may kill brain cancers that neither chemotherapy or radiation can touch. And all researchers and medical experts know there are over 60 cannabinoids in cannabis, but according to several studies, a specific one, cannabidiol (CBD)—also one of the most powerful ones. They’ve found that this compound can inhibit and kill a wide range of cancers in the animal model, including glioblastoma (a difficult-to-treat type of brain cancer), breast, lung, prostate, and colon cancer.” You should also know that the cannabinoids in cannabis also have the ability to inhibit the stem-like regeneration of cancer cells. And this is very important because cancer stem cells, which are unlike regular tumor cells, are capable of breaking off from an existing lesion or tumor and then forming a new colony of tumor cells.
We all know that radiation and chemotherapy can’t reduce the size of a tumor, and they also enhance the remaining post-treatment lesion or tumor with more cancer stem cells, and in some cases, these treatments may even transform non-cancer stem cells into cancer stem cells, which of course, not only defeats the purpose but also makes matters much worse for the patient. But, as we said, even with all of this scientific proof and knowledge, medical marijuana is still only legal in a few states but both politicians and supporters in the medical community continue to fight for its blanket acceptance based on the significant and continued positive research.
Coconut oil is super healthy ingredient, loaded with healthy nutrients and it can provide many health benefits. Some people think that coconut oil is one of the all-time best therapeutic foods. Similar to cannabis, coconut is associated with helping against many different diseases and has as many pharmacological actions—50 or more to date, including improving cholesterol levels, weight loss, boosting immunity, digestive issues, kidney problems, heart disease, diabetes, HIV, and a variety of different cancers. A recent study, published in the Brazilian Journal of Biological Research, has found that “coconut fiber extract has anti-cancer activity, including against a multi-drug resistant leukemia cell line.” Other study, published in Lipids in Health and Disease, has discovered that taking virgin coconut oil can reduce the side effects of chemotherapy and help improve the functional status and the quality of life of breast cancer patients.
Treating Cancer with Cannabis and Coconut
You should know that one of the biggest problems with medical marijuana is that it has always been finding the best delivery system. Note: and some people choose to smoke it, which is not always acceptable or as viable for other people. Often the cannabis can be made into a highly-concentrated liquid that requires only a minuscule amount to achieve therapeutic results. The medical experts have found that one of the best, easiest and sagest ways to consume medical marijuana is by infusing it into coconut oil, which also makes the medication more bioavailable. Many different studies have found that coconut oil on its own is a powerful healing agent, but when infused with potent therapeutic cannabinoids, both of which have been proven to help kill cancer cells, it then becomes a powerful “one-two punch” against a disease that is literally killing Americans.
How to Make Cannabis Coconut Oil
Note: just take a look at the video bellow and follow the simple instructions.
So, what’s the bottom line folks? This is the best and perfect time for safer, effective and affordable cancer cures—and even more importantly, preventions. There are many different people around the world, who have successfully cured their cancer using alternatives like cannabis and coconut oil are making their claims known to medical professionals, the scientific community is taking note. And cannabis and coconut oil may one day be a standard treatment protocol for cancer patients world-wide. Until that time comes, however, researchers continue to bolster the scientific-based evidence behind these two powerful therapeutics, ultimately paving the road for those who wish to make an informed choice on how they will treat their cancer. We really hope you find this article helpful and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family. Thank You.