New Findings Show that Cannabis Oil Can Treat Pancreatic Cancer
More About Cannabis Oil and Cannabinoids
Cannabis oil is an extraction obtained from cannabis and contains numerous chemical compounds that are known as cannabinoids. The two most prominent cannabinoids, increasingly used to treat numerous ailments, are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The best cannabis oil is derived from medical grade high quality, organic cannabis, not affected by chemicals or pesticides.
THC affects the mind, being psychoactive; CBD is non psychoactive and successfully helps to mitigate the effects of THC.
- THC can assist the body as an appetite stimulant, pain reliever and anti-inflammatory. CBD has numerous benefits for the body especially inflammation, energy and pain.
- THC is available mainly as edibles and powerful extracts; CBD comes in the form of tinctures, drops, capsules and suppositories. Both can come in creams for muscle and joint pain.
Cannabis Oil Dosage for Cancer
Cannabis also varies in intensity and affects young people, old people, sick people and healthy people differently. Remember that taking CBD is non-toxic and will not affect you negatively. Taking THC will give you a high – make you feel euphoric – and may cause other side effects if not managed. Taking CBD and THC as a blend, where CBD is stronger, works well as the psychoactive qualities of the THC are then mitigated. CBD is non-psychotic and an antioxidant.
There is really no such thing as overdosing with CBD, a natural antioxidant which is non-psychoactive. 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.