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Posted 12 February 2013 - 01:04 AM



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...Well, folks will need to bone up on the latest and most healthy way of using 'the Weed'. Lots to this story, and how it is now enjoying a movement of folks away from its' traditional 'smoking/cooking' ways. New discoveries...and by doctors...tauting the great rewards of using cannibis in YOUR DIET. Try the LINK below, and see if you might just 'take this up'....for health reasons, instead of ONLY the psycho-active and mind altering effects. Report back, let us know, and give us your comments. Thanks/'S'


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Posted 08 November 2013 - 02:57 PM

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...Turns out folks, that ‘juicing cannabis’ has been not only justified...but can be essential in actual Curing Cancer. As a friend of mine, on Line, stated quite rightfully;
-Makes one wonder, why has the government been so against Marijuana, down through the years. How could Medical Doctors not see that Medical Marijuana was "diminishing " cancer cells?

And why are so many "natural plants" against the law?/Barb

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The non-hallucinogenic parts of cannabis seem to be potentially highly effective anti-cancer drugs, according to a new study.

“This study is a critical step in unpicking the mysteries of cannabis as a source of medicine,” explains Dr Wai Liu. “The cannabinoids examined have minimal, if any, hallucinogenic side effects, and their properties as anti-cancer agents are promising.

“These agents are able to interfere with the development of cancerous cells, stopping them in their tracks and preventing them from growing. In some cases, by using specific dosage patterns, they can destroy cancer cells on their own.”
Researchers have long studied the effects of the main active ingredient in cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

This acts against cancer, but has the disadvantage (or advantage, as far as recreational users are concerned) of being a powerful hallucinogen. However there hasn’t been much investigation into the properties of other compounds found in cannabis, in large part due to the fact that it has been illegal or closely controlled in many jurisdictions.

But now Liu and colleagues at St George’s Hospital Medical School (part of London uni) have tested a range of different, non-hallucinogenic cannabis-derived compounds against the blood cancer leukaemia – with encouraging results.
We are told, in a St George’s statement:

Of six cannabinoids studied, each demonstrated anti-cancer properties as effective as those seen in THC. Importantly, they had an increased effect on cancer cells when combined with each other …

The study examined two forms of cannabidiol (CBD), two forms of cannabigerol (CBG) and two forms of cannabigevarin (CBGV). These represent the most common cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant apart from THC.

“Used in combination with existing treatment, we could discover some highly effective strategies for tackling cancer,” enthuses Liu. “Significantly, these compounds are inexpensive to produce and making better use of their unique properties could result in much more cost effective anti-cancer drugs in future.”
The full research can be read here in the journal Anticancer Research. ®

Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk Author: Lewis Page