Cannabis has been the long overlooked natural cure, and remedy for many diseases, major and minor. Not for it’s recreational purposes, but for all of it’s phenomenal qualities, other than the aforementioned.
One of the advantages of cannabinoids is that they target, specifically, the tumor cells. They don’t have any toxic effect on normal non-tumor cells.
Cannabis has been making a lot of noise lately. In November 2016, Australia became the first entire continent to legalize cannabis (the first country to fully legalize cannabis is Uruguay). In January 2017, Germany legalized medical cannabis allowing patients with “exceptional cases” to get a cannabis prescription from their doctor as well as a refund for the upfront cost of cannabis from their health insurance. This spring, Canada is set to legalize the personal use of cannabis.
In recent years, support for cannabis legalization in the United States has reached a tipping point. According to surveys from Gallup, support for legalization has risen from 31% in 2000 to 60% in 2016. 28 states and Washington D.C. allow cannabis for medical purposes.
There is evidence that cannabis oil…
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