Our team at Cannabis Therapy want to highlight some of the reasons why cannabis oil can cure Pancreatic Cancer. Pancreatic cancer is regarded as the fourth most aggressive cancer impacting the general population. It is scary to note that worldwide, pancreatic cancer causes 5% of cancer deaths every year. It is known as the silent killer as it sneaks up on people – the cancer grows silently without any real symptoms until it is too far gone to treat. Most people start to feel nauseous, lose weight, lose their appetite and feel weak when they have this cancer.
But there is some hope on the horizon. There has recently been increased focus in mainstream media about cannabis oil and its amazing anti-cancer properties. Cannabis oil is extremely powerful and becoming known as a serious anti-cancer treatment. It is also 100% natural, having very few side-effects. Pancreatic cancer is one of the cancers that responds extremely well to quality cannabis oil.
The general rule when fighting cancer is that you need to consume 90 000mg of THC/CBD in a 90 day period. Cannabis oil actually starves the cancer cells over a period of time. They are prevented from replicating and eventually through a process of elimination, they are killed off.
If you would like to know more about how effective cannabis oil is at treating pancreatic cancer – or any cancer for that matter – please do not hesitate to contact us. We have a wealth of experience and our expert team will advise the best course of treatment and dosage requirements.
We are extremely excited that cannabis oil is starting to positively impact the lives of many cancer sufferers within South Africa and globally. This natural treatment is only going to grow in popularity as more and more individuals are successfully treated and spread their stories. Cannabis oil has virtually no side effects and promises a positive effect on the human body.
If you are looking for an alternative treatment plan for cancer, please do not hesitate to contact us now, we are here to help and offer you a viable alternative treatment plan.