I hope you’ll indulge me today as I share an extraordinary story…
A recent case report described an 80-year-old patient diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). According to standard treatment protocols, she was a good candidate for surgery, chemo, and radiation. But, for personal reasons, she refused them all.
Instead, she adopted a more natural approach at the suggestion of a family member.
When she was first diagnosed, her tumor was 44 mm, with no metastasis.
But after two-and-a-half years, scans showed that her tumor had SHRUNK to 10 mm—a quarter of its original size!
Here’s exactly how she did it WITHOUT suffering through harsh mainstream treatments…
A 76 percent reduction in tumor size
This patient had a persistent cough that antibiotics didn’t help—along with other issues, including mild chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), arthritis, and high blood pressure.
She was also a smoker—with a considerable 68 pack-years behind her.
And even though she refused mainstream treatment for her lung cancer, she agreed to regular CT scans every three to six months.
Well, after she started using cannabidiol (CBD) in combination with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), her tumor shrunk from 41 mm to 33 mm. Of course, that scan also revealed two smaller nodules. So—she was referred to a surgeon.
When the patient declined surgery, she went to see her oncologist for another CT and a PET scan. This time, scans revealed yet another 11 mm reduction in the size of her tumor… and the nodules had disappeared.
And this trend continued. In fact, by the time of the case report, her tumor was down to 10 mm—a 76 percent reduction in size. All without ANY changes to her ordinary medications, diet, or lifestyle… and with her continuing to smoke, to boot.
Needless to say, that is a dramatic improvement. And I guess we’ll never know exactly what caused it. But I would like to think that the CBD oil—which she took orally, two to three times daily—had something to do with it.
A powerful natural prescription
This isn’t the first case report to detail the effects of self-treatment with cannabis. And given the vast nature of the body’s endocannabinoid system—it regulates a staggering range of biological processes, from mood, memory, sleep, and appetite to pain perception and inflammation response—it’s entirely plausible that CBD could have this effect.
But the best part, for me—well, aside from the patient’s survival, of course—is that she took the same combination I typically prescribe for my medical marijuana patients, which is a 1:1 ratio of THC to CBD.
Now, a case report is hardly sufficient proof of cause and effect—that’s where clinical trials come in. Some are already underway, and I think it’s safe to say that more are desperately needed if we’re going to explore the full potential of cannabis against a range of cancers.
But in the meantime, medical marijuana remains one of the most powerful natural prescriptions out there today—for a wide range of conditions. And it’s available in more forms and formulations now than ever before.
CBD, in particular, has emerged as one of my go-to recommendations for a number of issues, from chronic pain to sleep problems.
So if you’re ready to see what CBD might be able to do for you, I urge you to check out the July 2020 issue of my monthly newsletter, Logical Health Alternatives (“Ready to try CBD? Here’s how you can find a product that really works”). Subscribers have access to that issue and more in my archives. So if you haven’t already, consider signing up today.
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“Case Report: Lung Cancer Shrinks in Patient Using CBD Oil.” Medscape Medical News, 10/15/2021. (medscape.com/viewarticle/960949)