Since history has been recorded, cannabis has been used and cultivated by humans for treatment of many social and medical issues. Few archeologists in a 2.700-year-old grave of a priest in Central Asia found more than 2 lb of cannabis. With the Marijuana Tax Act from 1937, the Congress prohibited the recreational and therapeutic use of cannabis. The organic compounds of the plant, called cannabinoids, were then classified under the SCHEDULE 1 substance, within the Act of Controlled Substances of 1970. This classification puts cannabis in the same pool together with the heroin, under the explanation that this substance cannot be used for any current medical treatment and it has a great potential for abuse.

On the other hand, methamphetamine and cocaine, both of them illegal for recreational use, are classified as SCHEDULE 2 drugs and can be consumed and prescribed only under medical supervision.

Anabolic steroids and valium are classified as SCHEDULE 3 and 4 drugs.

The Support of Therapeutic Use

In the last 4 years, there have been published more than 22.000 reviews and studies proving the positive medical effect over various diseases and illnesses that the cannabis plant and its cannabinoids have. If you search the PubMed Central, which is the US governmental library of scientific research, it would show more than 2.100 studies since 2011.

In other words, today’s researchers are only re-discovering what the ancestors before us had already known. Despite everything, cannabis and its cannabinoids are present for medical purposes and they are legal in 20 countries.

Relating to the great amount of scientific evidence indicating that cannabis plant and its cannabinoids have powerful medical components, recently there has been a growing and strong trend of their acceptance.

In an article named Myths About Medical Marijuana, published in March 26, 2004, Joycelyn Elders, MD, who is a former US Surgeon General, wrote that whilst everyone is suspicious of the marijuana’s therapeutic benefits, one couple, Barb and Stan Rutner were convinced by the efficiency of this plant. They stood many times in the face of cancer and survived to transfer the knowledge gained from their experiences.

Barb was diagnosed with breast cancer, while Stan, 20 years ago was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. After treatment, the lymphoma disappeared but in 2011 it returned. Then, he was diagnosed with cancerous nodes in his lungs, but soon after he was told that the cancer is in his brain.

While Stan went through chemo, he and his family wanted to find an alternative natural solution which will prolong his life and improve its quality. As soon as he heard all the positive effects cannabis has over cancer patients, they wanted to give it a try. According to them, the medical cannabis represented a golden ticket for this couple.

After spending so many hours on researching, Corine, the daughter of Rutners, decided that the best choice for her parents would be a cannabis capsule soaked in a coconut oil for a day.

And, only after 2 weeks of consuming this capsule infused in coconut oil, Stan got rid of his oxygen tank he was tied to all day long before. In addition, he slept better, started to gain weight and his overall health got improved. After few months, the results of Stan’s brain scan showed that he was completely cancer-free.

For this reason, Rutners are firmly convinced that cannabis plant works completely as an anti-cancer medicine. Their son-in-law, John states that his father-in-law would have never lived long enough without cannabis oil.

Cannabis and Coconut Oil

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Since history has been recorded, cannabis has been used and cultivated by humans for treatment of many social and medical issues. Few archeologists in a 2.700-year-old grave of a priest in Central Asia found more than 2 lb of cannabis. With the Marijuana Tax Act from 1937, the Congress...