There a lot of info to soak up. Here’s to helping your friend.
Folks, my wife has lupis. Ok its not cancer but its shitty just the same. Her specialist said that while a medical doctor cannot recommend the use of cannabis because the drug has not been approved for use or thoroughly tested, she believes that there is strong anecdotal evidence that suggests it works for relief of many ailments. That was her way of saying, yep you should give it a try but I didnt say so. Let me say this from experience, thc cream… works better than tigerbalm or any of the perscription creams for arthritis and general pai relief as a topical, i use it and my wife swears by it and she has never smoked weed in her life her family frowns on it. Funny, they dont anymore! Granny wants some for herself and her pets! Go figure?
There can be no denying that cannabis aids chemo patients in eating when they feel sick, and getting sleep while tgey are in pain! Say it aint so and Ill call you a liar to yer face! Do t need to be an MD to see it happen!
Everything everyone posted here is a big help.I appreciate it so much.Cannabis people are good folk and it shows.Bless you all and thanks.
Thats exactly what I was wondering,thanks,this is new to me,I have made oil before,but not to cure anyone else just smokeables for me.I really appreciate this.THANKS!
I would suggest you read this post by @THCCBD. She has been growing, making RSO, and treating her husband who has advanced cancer for at least 2 years.
@Cannabian I understand what you are saying about cannabis. I have a diagnosis with fibromyalgia and RLS, Even though it isn’t cancer, it can be debilitating. Just have a small amount of cannabis can get you a good restful night sleep makes a huge difference.
@Weedlover1 I am sorry to hear about your friend’s husband. My husband has incurable cancer, originated from the brain, and now Mets to all over his body. It’s a rather long story, but only about 45-50 people reported since 1950 (not sure of the year but it is in the mid 1900s) have the same disease and all died within 18 months. Because of it, doctor’s has no idea how to treat him.
If you need any help, let me know. If I know the answers to your questions, I would be more than happy to help.
Cancer sucks big time! I lost my mom to pancreatic cancer 7 years ago. We got the bad news and 6 weeks later she passed away at home. It was horrible. I compmetely empathize with you all and wish you and yours all the best and mercy.
Thank you do much,I am so sorry about your husband I hope it works for him.My friends husband and her are very interested in this and will probably start using the oil right away as soon as they return from out of state chemo treatment. Its his only hope.Iwill keep in touch and I’m sure to have questions.Thankyou and bless you.
They are starting him on the RSO I think about a week ago.He’s got some young smart cannabis savvy kids and his wife working on it for him.Thanks blackthumbbetty for you help and everyone else too.
Most medical professionals will agree that cannabis is fine as a palliative therapy. They will tell you straight up it’s not a cure.
I got the go ahead 2 years ago when a close friend was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. I kept him in edibles as long as he could eat them.
I’m now doing the same thing for my boss, who’s also just been recently diagnosed with stage 4 Pancreatic cancer.
Cancer sucks. My heart goes out to everyone that ever has to deal with it.
Lost my mom to pancreatic cancer! Yeah it sucks! Not enough words in the english language to describe the level of suckage cancer has.
Ya,I think they are realistic, hoping for a miracle though,and just maybe this will be on of the success stories . #CANCER SUCKS
Positive thinking and not giving up are very important. If one believes that cannabis will help, the placebo effect alone is invaluable.
Sorry about your mom. I hope she was surrounded by those that loved her.
I lost my uncle to pancreatic cancer 3 summers ago. That was my first experience with how decimating that particular cancer is.
My partner used RSO for bladder cancer and it worked. It also got rid of his diabetes and made his copd much more manageable.
It was hard for me to believe that cannabis could really make a significant impact on disease. I thought medical cannabis was indicated simply for alleviating symptoms of cancer and chemotherapy. I had no idea that it actually treats the cancer itself.
That’s great,@monalisa,they are trying it now for the last few weeks , waiting to hear the progress.Thanks!
@monalisa cannabis/Cannabinoids “remind” rogue cancer cells that they have a lifespan and makes them adhere to the law of “apoptosis”.
Glad to hear about the results.
I was making RSO for a lady with several types of advanced cancers. She finally turned to cannabis after almost going into hospice. She winded up having an extra 8 months of life that was relatively normal, which she attributed to the RSO.
At one point she had not contacted me in time to have a continuous supply and the family said it was night and day. They could not believe that after one day of no RSO her health went down drastically.
Unfortunately she died, but one of her family members sent me a message saying that her quality of life was greatly improved and thanked me for helping.
Bottom line, its a gift from nature, but not always 100% effective.
We need to stop polluting the planet and more importantly our food supply. Everything we eat has Glyphosate(antibiotic/cancer causing) in it and all the meat and dairy has huge amounts or antibiotics in it. We are literally paying for and ingesting our death.