An oncologist from the University of London’s St. George’s Medical School, Wai Liu, stated, “There’s quite a lot of cancers that should respond quite nicely to these cannabis agents.” Liu coauthored a paper published in Anticancer Research in 2013 documenting that cannabinoids demonstrate “potent anticancer activity” and significantly “target and switch off” metabolic pathways that allow cancers to grow. And the natural cannabis does it in ways the expensive drugs cannot.
“If you talk about a drug company that spent billions of [dollars] trying to develop these new drugs that target these pathways, cannabis does exactly the same thing—or certain elements of cannabis compounds do exactly the same thing—so you have something that is naturally produced which impacts the same pathways that these fantastic drugs that cost billions also work on.”
Cannabis helps other illnesses as well. Studies have reported benefits with chronic pain, nausea, multiple sclerosis, Tourette syndrome, Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy, Crohn’s disease, Alzheimer’s arthritis, insomnia and sleep apnea. For more information, see Larry’s book.
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