The Lowdown on Skin Cancer and Cannabis Cream

Get ready for the lowdown on skin cancer and cannabis cream. Read a success story where cannabis cream successfully treated skin cancer and saved another life. Then hear how we at Cannabis Therapy can help you to treat your skin cancer with our brand new cannabis pain relief balm. Use cannabis cream on your skin cancer and you don’t have to get high. But you do get impressive medicinal results.

The Lowdown on a Cannabis Cream Success Story

An American woman named Laurie Gaddis got a rare form of skin cancer. This was related to her father’s exposure to Agent Orange in the Vietnam War. She began to use cannabis oil cream on her troubled cancer spot.  She moved to a state where medical cannabis is legal and treated herself with cannabis oils and creams. She avoided chemotherapy and radiation. Today she is still not 100% in the all-clear but she is managing her skin cancer. She is getting well again.

Gaddis based her own skin cancer treatment on the Rick Simpson success story. Rick got basal cell carcinoma in 2003. When nothing seemed to work to heal him, Rick tried cannabis oil. He applied it straight onto his skin and cured his skin cancer in 4 days, he says. For Gaddis, treatment did not act this quickly. Yet she is managing her skin cancer using homemade cannabis oil creams. Her non-greasy cannabis oil cream is based on a recipe for arthritis, treating inflammation of joints and aching muscles.

Cannabis Oil Creams and Sun Creams for Skin Cancer

Gaddis suggests that manufacturers of sun creams add cannabis oil to their recipes. Organic is best and sun creams would have to go the natural route. More people are hearing about Gaddis and her cancer self-treatment. Australians are interested in her story. Their country has climbing rates of melanoma cancer. Scientists are trying to develop cannabis oil-infused topical creams and oral medicines.

People want to use cannabis without the psychoactive effects. They should use more cannabidiol (CBD) and less tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). CBD clings to the skin’s cannabinoid receptors. It heals inflammation, pain and irritating skin diseases – including skin cancer. CBD is also a wonderful anti-aging substance. Look younger while you treat skin cancer!

What is Skin Cancer?

Skin cancer comes in three major types:

  • Basal cell carcinoma is the most common type- starts in the skin cells
  • Squamous cell carcinoma is the second most common type – starts in the skin cells
  • Melanoma – far more dangerous.

Melanoma is an aggressive skin cancer which starts as a tumour in the cells in the epidermis which give skin its colour. Scientists estimate that melanoma causes 75% of skin cancer deaths. Exposure to UV light causes melanoma and it appears with a darkening of the skin. Doctors like to remove melanomas surgically but sometimes they are too deep. Then chemotherapy is advised.

Now cannabinoids can help treat skin cancer as well as ease the side effects of chemotherapy. Anecdotal evidence reveals that applying cannabinoids, in the form of cannabis creams or oils, directly onto the skin has amazing healing effects. This way, the cannabinoids activate the body’s immune system (endocannabinoid system) to attack the cancer. Cannabis Therapy makes our very own, very effective healing cannabis cream that can treat skin cancer.

Panacea Ultra Strength Pain Relief Cannabis Balm

At Cannabis Therapy, we give you the lowdown on skin cancer and cannabis cream because we know it works. You simply have to try our innovative Panacea Pain Relief Cannabis Balm for instant and long-lasting pain relief. We call it our ultra-strength cannabis cream as it targets painful areas. It also contains natural organic ingredients only, including coconut oil, shea butter, hemp oil and cannabis oil, of course. Add to this healing essential oils of rosemary, eucalyptus, lavender and peppermint and you have a very effective cannabis cream for your skin cancer and for the pain.

Using a cannabis oil cream is a long-term medicinal option. Apply the cannabis cream generously at least four times a day, to ensure the skin cancer recedes in time. The phycocannabinoids (CBD and THC) interact with the body’s endocannabinoids and receptors to fight the cancer cells. They also stop tumours from forming and travelling around the body.

Contact Cannabis Therapy to get the lowdown on our cannabis cream and how you can treat your skin cancer.


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