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These plant-derived compounds may be referred to as phytocannabinoids. Although deltatetrahydrocannabinol THC is the primary psychoactive ingredient, other known compounds with biologic activity are cannabinol, cannabidiol CBD , cannabichromene, cannabigerol, tetrahydrocannabivarin, and deltaTHC.

Is he a trained medical expert who has conducted many controlled double-blind studies? Is he a trained statistical analyst who has reviewed all the studies done on marijuana and cancer to prove that the data support with statistical significance the claim that hemp oil cures cancer?

He is a zealous advocate who bases his passionate beliefs in the miraculous power of marijuana on personal experience and many testimonials. He has numerous supporters. I last wrote about Simpson in my December Newsletter : "I'm jealous.

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His likes on Facebook have increased about fold in three years and continue to grow, while the SD's likes have merely doubled and are holding steady. Below I will recount Rick's story of his personal experiences with using and watching others use hemp oil.

I'll follow that up with a look at the scientific evidence that others have presented in support of the miraculous medicinal power of marijuana.

I wish I could report that everything Rick claims is true. I have cancer and a cure would be nice.

I am sorry to report that hemp is not all it is hyped up to be. In their zealous campaign to get marijuana legalized, Rick Simpson and his supporters may be doing great harm.

They not only promote false hope and spread misinformation about the medicinal powers of cannabis, they spread lies and misinformation about chemotherapy, radiation, and other forms of science-based treatments for cancer.

It would be foolish to assume that there are no people with cancer who have given up on science-based medicine and are using marijuana to save them. I don't begrudge anyone in his last days using anything that puts a smile, legal or illegal, on his face. But I am not amused by the cannabis advocates who put their own pleasure above the health and well-being of people suffering from diseases that are treatable, if not curable, by good medicine.

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To do so in the name of helping people only makes the advocacy more pathetic and contemptible. Rick Simpson's Story In Simpson was driving his car in his native Nova Scotia when a radio report came on about a study that found marijuana reduced cancerous tumors in mice. Specifically, researchers at the University of Virginia had found that several chemicals in marijuana acted against both cancerous tissue taken from mice and on cancerous tissue in the mice. The authors of the study wrote, among other things: Lewis lung adenocarcinoma growth was retarded by the oral administration of deltatetrahydrocannabinol [THC], deltatetrahydrocannabinol [THC], and cannabinol CBN , but not cannabidiol CBD The CCC--Cannabis Cures Cancer--advocates believe otherwise and later in this article I will get to the evidence they provide to support their position.

Let's get that nonsensical notion out of the way up front. Big Pharma would not let an opportunity to make billions of dollars producing and selling pharmaceutical grade cannabis products. Big Pharma lobbyists would be all over the politicians they have in their pocket to make it happen if it were likely to be profitable.

What would make it profitable would be the ability to show in clinical trials that it works, i. The evidence so far indicates that it is very unlikely that cannabis is the panacea the CCC advocates believe it is. Furthermore, there isn't a medical doctor alive who wouldn't want a cure for cancer. If cannabis showed as much promise as the CCC advocates claim, there would be labs around the world doing clinical trials on humans.

Doing clinical trials on cannabis for cancer is very low on the list of potential drugs to investigate further because it shows little promise compared to other chemicals.

Of course, I could be wrong. Maybe there is a conspiracy or maybe fear of potential abuse is driving the meddlers of the world to prevent research on marijuana. I'll leave this topic to others to investigate further.

Let's return to Rick Simpson, the man who believes hemp oil is a cure for cancer and many other diseases. Some twenty years after Simpson heard the radio report about cannabinoids slowing the growth of tumors in mice, he was working in the boiler room at a hospital when he had a head injury. He suffered a concussion and for years afterward had headaches, ringing in the ears, and trouble sleeping. He decided to try marijuana for his medical problems.

After all, he reasoned, the prescribed medicine he was taking wasn't working.

His doctor wouldn't prescribe marijuana, so he grew his own. He eventually started experimenting with hemp oil that he made from the buds of his plants. After using hemp oil, he says, his headaches went away, the ringing in his ears got tolerable, he slept better, and his arthritis disappeared. The oil controlled the pain, my blood pressure, and it allowed me to sleep. I lost weight and looked 20 years younger. Anyway, in Simpson had one facial spot removed and biopsied.

Before he got the results of the biopsy, he self-diagnosed himself as having an infection where the spot had been removed. He applied cannabis oil to two other spots that hadn't been surgically removed and a few days later, he says, they were gone.

He put the oil on his self-diagnosed infection and it too disappeared. He self-diagnosed that the cancer came back and again he applied cannabis and again he concluded that cannabis had cured his cancer. The biopsy had confirmed, he says, that the removed spot was basal cell skin cancer.

The other two spots weren't tested before they disappeared.

Simpson seems to have concluded that since the spot removed was skin cancer, the other two spots were also cancerous. His doctor, of course, rejected Simpson's belief that he had cured his own cancer with hemp oil. Simpson couldn't understand why the doctor didn't believe him.

He had this personal experience that proved what he claimed, didn't he? Why wouldn't the doctor admit that removing the skin cancer wasn't what cured him, that it was the rubbing on of hemp oil that cured him?

Furthermore, after he used his hemp oil to cure many people of many different ailments, including his mother's psoriasis, he could not understand why neither the medical experts nor those in law enforcement didn't get it. He had his own personal experience with the cure and he now had the testimonials from many others to back him up.

He had cured cancers, diabetes, arthritis, glaucoma, and other diseases. What more did these people want by way of proof? No one should doubt Simpson's sincerity. He passionately believes in the medicinal virtues of hemp oil. He grew his own plants and made his own oil. He gave away his oil to those in need until the police took out his marijuana plants and he had to download his pot to make his oil.

Even now , when he is somewhat of a minor celebrity giving seminars in Europe and author of a book, he does not come across as being in it for the money or the fame. Doctors will begin to follow the Hippocratic Oath and governments will begin to work for the greater good of the people. But I have to state that you are not taking many important facts into consideration — much to the detriment of people.

It is a fact, however, prior to decarboxylation, the substance is already deltaTHC. With regard to the corresponding double bond in the THC molecule, nothing changes through the process. Decarboxylation means removal of carbon dioxide. I read on your website that you encourage to include plant-based foods in the diet, claiming that the proteins contained in plants possess cancer-fighting properties, as well. However, it is not proteins, but the phytochemicals, such as flavonoids, which may possess such properties.

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Therefore, if you have bowel problems, suppositories would likely work best, but if you have something like throat or stomach cancer, etc. One should know some basic medicine, so as to not rely on beliefs, because they may turn out to be mistaken ones.

A patient could ingest their doses mixed with alcohol, but what good would taking this medication with alcohol do the patient? The truth is, that a diluted cannabis oil with a 5 percent THC content, ingested orally, has the identical pharmaceutical effect as a cannabis extract or cannabis oil with a THC content of 50 percent. This is because the effect is not based on concentration; it is based on the absolute amount.

One milliliter of 50 percent cannabis extract contains the same amount of THCmillilitersilitres of a 5 percent extract, which is exactly milligrams of THC. Only when applied externally does concentration play a role. You write yourself that only about one in ten patients treated by you offers feedback on the success of the treatment, and you complain that you do not hear back from most of them.

Despite this, you undauntedly claim that all cancer patients, even those you never heard back from, were healed by the use of cannabis oil. Claims based on such limited data become completely absurd when contrasted with the fact that, depending on classification, there are between and 1, types of cancer. The truth is that besides THC, other cannabinoids possess cancer-inhibiting properties — in particular, CBD cannabidiol.

Among other factors, this can be of great importance when THC is insufficiently tolerated, and higher dosages are out of the question. In such cases, a treatment with high dosages of CBD can be attempted. You developed your theory 15 years ago when CBD was not yet in focus. However, our knowledge of the effectiveness of whole cannabis and cannabinoids in the treatment of cancer are of preliminary nature.More Details Weeks 2 through 5: Double your dose every four days The average person will take between three and five weeks to reach the full dosage of one gram of RSO per day.

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