Recently, there have been some improvements to the popular topic of cannabis potential to fight cancer cells, which will help to remove the federal ban on medical marijuana. Namely, it has been rescheduled from Schedule I drug, meaning that it is harmful, addictive and is not beneficial to health, a Class II drug.
Regarding how marijuana was considered so far, the admission of cannabis be able to kill cancer cells government is quite surprising.
This was the result of a study conducted several months earlier by a group of scientists from St. George University of London, which showed how cannabinoids may be effective in reducing aggressive brain tumors.
The study found that the two most common cannabinoids in marijuana weaken cancer cells with high and make them more susceptible to radiation treatment. These are known as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). After using cannabinoids and radiotherapy together, huge reductions were observed.
Moreover, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reported that “recent studies in animals have shown that marijuana can kill certain cancer cells and shrink others.”
We have been aware for a long time that cannabis can be of great medical benefit, but now we have the opportunity to have a site with federal funding support and cite research into its healing effects, which is a great opportunity, both as it’s amazing.
This is undoubtedly the biggest so far in the form of cannabis use in anticancer treatment step.