Cancer is a very controversial topic, and one that I feel is very personal. When faced with cancer, you are faced with many more issues, and these are philosophical – they involve your personal belief in life and death, they test your faith in the medical establishment, and they emphasize your freedom to try alternative solutions, and untraditional methods, that may work better than mainstream options.
Decades ago, I studied the history of B17, laetrile, which was used at the turn of the century in the treatment of cancer. When first introduced before chemo and radiation were marketed as the only cancer treatment, B17 had such a success rate, Dr. John Richardson’s work with laetrile was featured on the cover of mainstream magazines as a wonderful breakthrough for cancer patients.
Today, laetrile is considered poison, and has been outlawed.
A good question to ask is “one day, will radiation and chemotherapy also be outlawed as poison?”
Many people are sent home “to get their affairs in order” after being told that their doctors cannot do anything more to help them fight their battle against cancer.
I believe that the individual has the right to try anything that might help them, especially at this point. I do not agree with the government outlawing these options when facing death.
I recently learned about a new company in California offering cannabis oil and other cannabis derivatives as an option for people suffering with incurable diseases.
I am not trying to stimulate a debate here, but I firmly feel that it is everyone’s right to have access to this information and access to the successful case histories cannabis oil has shown in cancer patients. I know of several people who’s cancer has “disappeared” when they tried this alternative.
It has been successfully administered in pets, too.
I have read the reviews about this company, and so far, it appears legit. I don’t want to sound jaded, but as they grow successfully, I expect “the powers that be” will do all that they can to shut them down.
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