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Brain Tumors

The active compound in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), has shown that it not only will help prevent brain tumors from forming, but that it can also cure them. This medical wonder works by the THC inducing a process called autophagy, in which the cancerous brain cells begin to consume themselves. Rather than growing in size by feeding on other healthy brain cells, these cancer cells feed on themselves until there is nothing left. This all comes without the risky side effects provided by most synthetic drugs, meant for this purpose.

Spanish researchers at Complutense University were the first to note this phenomenon, in 2008. They began by administering THC to test subjects and noticed drastic improvements within as soon as 2 weeks of dosing.

A little over a year later, after further research had been done, two subjects with glioblastoma multiforme enrolled in an experiment, in which they would receive THC injections directly into their brain, rather than their bloodstream. Glioblastoma multiforme is a ruthless and often reoccurring tumor that rarely sees long-term survivors. After the administration of the THC into the brain, researchers noted drastically increased autophagy and reduced tumor size. Perhaps most amazingly was the fact that the patients had zero reported or noticed negative effects from the THC injections. Standard medication could have killed them or caused highly undesirable side effects.

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Guest | Sep 20, 2013
 
Dr Stanislaw Brezinski has a treatment for brain tumors using neoplastides. look for his movie on Netflix and give it a 5 star rating so it is recommended to others. in most cases he will get rid of the tumors but they come back when he stops the neoplastides. I'm thinking that this window of opportunity might be a good time to use rick simpsons hemp oil methods as the tumors are gone and the cancer weakened? Often the body is overwhelmed by the time the Dr get's them but he pulls many back. Just a thought.
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Guest | Oct 15, 2012
 
my sister was prescribed a THC pill during her treatment OF a brain tumour. it was to increase appetite and to subdue nasuea from her chemo/radiation therapy. It was the only thing that allowed her to be ABLE to keep anything down. (that last sentence is an awkward read... sorry)
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Guest | May 27, 2012
 
smokin on c4
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Guest | May 3, 2012
 
whats a good strain to smoke for tumor and diabetes?