Wednesday, 3 February 2016

The US Finally Admits Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells

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Marijuana has been proven that the Federal Commission approved medical researchers use a group "by the government to" haveunwittingly reveal how marijuana kills the cancer cells, can slip through the cracks of information.

Research, the University of St. George in London was conducted by a team of scientists, which is the most common cannabinoids found in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol without (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), the weak and the ferocity of cancer cells for radiation treatment is made more sensitive, said Mike Adams ofHerbal dispatch.

The study, which was published in the medical journal Molecular Cancer treatment last year, "dramatic decline" Details Deadly variations of brain cancer was used in conjunction with radiation therapy when specific cannabinoids.

"The results are promising ... it [the tumor] could provide a way to break through glioma and saving lives."

"Recent animal studies have shown that marijuana can kill specific cancer cells and reduce the size of the others," said NIDA report. "Evidence from animal studies suggests that one can shrink the most serious forms of brain tumor extracts from the cannabis plant. When used with Research In essence, radiation in mice, the cancer killing radiation showed that increased the impact. "

NIDA's new pro-pot position is presented in the Congress and national level.The medical marijuana bill, which is said to supervisors act to legalize both the House of Representatives was revealed after a recent proposal, especially curious, as an accepted form of medical marijuana to schedule II of the schedule to make more flexible the herb before the federal government to downgrade the status of I.

In addition, the bill also remove cannabidiol, a non-narcotic compound pot plant, controlled substances act and it will allow to be distributed based on a state-to-state without violating the federal constitution.

Abuse of cannabis, medical use, and is classified as having a high potential for unsafe to use the drug without medical supervision with marijuana a Schedule I controlled substance Act of 1970 passed I became.

This research is of key importance in federal marijuana as Schedule. This may mean that we have even more improvements to the original concept?

Stay tuned for the latest updates on marijuana reform.

What are your thoughts on this? I think we're about to see a major change in the legal status of cannabis? Do you feel it should be seen as a potent medicine? Share with us in the comment section below!

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