June 20th, 2014 Update – New terminal cancer recoveries and updates on several mainstream projects around the world, including The Phoenix Five, Project Storm, and Weed the People. The latter is a film by Ricki Lake about the use of cannabis extracts to treat cancers in children. Clinical trials for skin cancer are beginning in Colombia. Doctors from around the world are finally taking this seriously. Are you ready to see the truth too?
March 2nd, 2014 Update – Cannabis extract medicine has now reached a mainstream level. This update includes news and experiences from all over the world, including Australia, Croatia, Wales, and South Africa. In America, the largest dispensary in the country is reporting weekly skin cancer successes. And Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, the Israeli researcher who discovered THC in 1964, has called for clinical trials of cannabis and cancer, partially because of several cases in this report. There’s no doubt – cannabis kills cancer in humans, and if you read everything here, you’ll know it too.
December 24th, 2013 Update – Given the incredible progress made over the past several months, this report has been updated to reflect new patient testimonials, science, and news. Included is a summary of a November 2013 journal article in Case Reports in Oncology which definitively proves cannabis extracts can kill leukemic cancer cells in a human.
This report examines the cannabis extract movement and the overwhelming amount of evidence demonstrating that cannabis extracts can eliminate cancers in humans. It contains direct medical documentation from terminal cancer patients who are now in remission through the use of cannabis extracts, along with amazing testimonials of people who are controlling diabetes, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s, chronic pain, lupus, fibromyalgia, depression, and more.
Also included are testimonials from patients treating the following types of cancer – brain, prostate, breast, lymphoma, leukemia, pancreatic, liver, lung, anal canal, colon, and skin.
In addition to describing the immense experiential evidence, the report examines dozens of scientific studies which demonstrate endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids alike deliver remarkable healing benefits. For example, both tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), the two chief constituents of cannabis, both induce apoptosis in cancer cells. They do this through a variety of mechanisms, such as modulating enzymatic processes, stimulating the release of ceramide, inhibiting angiogenesis, changing gene expressions, and more. Furthermore, there is science which suggests that the endocannabinoid system is the chief regulator of systemic homeostasis, a theory which would perfectly explain why cannabis extracts are effective against so many different diseases. These issues and more are explored in great detail.
The ultimate goal of this report is to spark an initiative that will treat all the residents of a hospice center with free cannabis extract medicine. Such a trial would settle the matter of whether cannabis extracts cure cancer once and for all.