How to Kill Skin Cancer with Cannabis
Posted by Marijuana Doctors on 06/12/2015 in Medical Marijuana Research
Before we get in to how to kill Skin Cancer with Cannabis Oil, we have to address the fact that Cannabis is still a Schedule 1 controlled substance that once again makes it hard for the average person to get access to it. Only sad thing is that cancer suffering people don’t have that much time to wait on rescheduling marijuana.
As our body has its own endocannabinoid system with CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors. The CB1 receptor focusses on the Central Nervous System where the CB2 system focusses on the Immune System. Our own endocannabinoid system covers all cells and nerves and acts as a messenger between CB1 and CB2 to provide metabolic homeostasis or wellbeing.
How do cancer cells form? When the balance of a cell is out by the over producing of endogenous ceramide, cell death or apostasies is eminent. Ceramide has to be low for the cell to be vital. The THC in marijuana connects to the CB1 or CB2 cannabinoid receptor site on the cancer cell where it causes an increase in ceramide synthesis which provokes the death of the cancer cell.
THC does the following:
Cell death gets triggered through apostasies
Cells are stopped from dividing
New blood vessels are prevented from growing into tumors
There is a reduction of the spreading of cancer cells
Autophagy or internal waste disposal process is speeded up to prevent cell death
How to kill skin cancer with Cannabis Oil:
High quality cannabis oil high in THC is needed to cure skin cancer. It should be applied directly to the skin and covered with bandages. Re-application should be done every 3 to 4 days.
It should be constantly monitored and when it is noticed that the cancer is gone, the treatment should still be continued for at least two weeks as if it is still present. This is to ensure that all cancer cells have died.
There is no exact time to indicate how long healing would take. If the cancer was present over a longer time period, it would take longer. It also depends on your own system. The important thing is to continue until all cancer is gone.