Oil extracted from the marijuana plant has been shown to have extraordinary cancer-fighting properties.
Valerie Corral, Santa Cruz Wo/Men’s Alliance for Medical Marijuana (WAMM)
A number of recent studies have confirmed the cancer-fighting, tumor-shrinking value of medical marijuana.
Although the first study to demonstrate that cannabis has anti-carcinogenic properties was done back in 1974 by the U.S. National Institute of Health, more recent studies, which began abroad in 1999, have shown that cannabis can effectively and safely treat many forms of cancer.
Since 1999, there have now been a number of studies that clearly demonstrate that cannabis has the ability to effectively shrink tumors, kill cancer cells, and safely treat many aggressive forms of cancer, including brain, breast, skin, prostate, and lung cancer.
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