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I wish it was that easy.  The plant has been hidden from the medical scene for so long it's like trial and error out here. We know there is a connection between cannabis oil and cancer, but reports are from the petri dish and anecdotal bits from those using the therapy. A few here are intimately involved in this area and hopefully will share some of their findings.

I've heard of "a gram of oil a day" for a period of time as a guideline, but lifestyle changes are just as important. Some have cured their cancers with prayer alone, so I suspect there is more to it than toking a joint or dabbing/eating some oil. 1 ounce of dried buds produces 3-6 grams of oil, depending on technique,  purity.

 

the "Cancer" section of the forums has some good information shared there, don't miss that.

 

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I wish it was that easy.  The plant has been hidden from the medical scene for so long it's like trial and error out here. We know there is a connection between cannabis oil and cancer, but reports are from the petri dish and anecdotal bits from those using the therapy. A few here are intimately involved in this area and hopefully will share some of their findings.

I've heard of "a gram of oil a day" for a period of time as a guideline, but lifestyle changes are just as important. Some have cured their cancers with prayer alone, so I suspect there is more to it than toking a joint or dabbing/eating some oil. 1 ounce of dried buds produces 3-6 grams of oil, depending on technique,  purity.

 

the "Cancer" section of the forums has some good information shared there, don't miss that.

 

peace

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I recommend you use kief hash, extracted by any method to include bubble bags, dry sifting, or any other more complicated method you care to use. Using it to cook and bake with is a sure fire way to ingest it, and to get the best effect. A little melted into a little olive oil, for instance, makes for a nice base for a salad dressing, along with some vinegar, water, and other herbs, and spices. Sautéing it with some garlic, onions, and peppers and adding it to a nice sauce with pasta is marvelous. It works especially well baked into dessert dishes. With a little work you can infuse your whole kitchen and dazzle your friends.

 

Finding the right dose is part of the fun. Start easy and take it from there. For instance, bake it into a pumpkin or sweet potato pie at the rate of 1/2 gram per 9 inch pie, take small slices to your desired state of relief of your symptoms. You will soon find out how much to add per serving of anything you might make. If you don't already cook, this is a fine time to learn.
 

 

Good luck.

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are you eating an anti-cancer diet yet?

 

http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/diet/cruciferous-vegetables

just eating raw broccoli (or plants in the brocolli family) can help you.

 

dont forget to eat raw marijuana, juice the raw marijuana leaves and eat the hemp seed. the plant may not taste the best, but it has great beneficial effects on the body.

 

as for oil , a lot of people are going by the standard dose of a half-grain of rice, which would be .5 cc ? or maybe 1ml? and then working up to 1 gram per day. for 90-120 days, and then working back down to a lower 'maintenence dose' to continue fighting the cancer while not intoxicating so much. oil doesnt cure cancer unfortunately. it can kill tumor cells and cancer cells, but not whatever is in your body causing the cancer. although in some cases it makes people healthy enough for them to fight it sans oil.

 

growgoddess has some extensive posts here on the site for cannabis oil and cancer treatment. good luck to you.

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Please do not encourage the raw veggies and fruits. These are like poison to a patient that has already had gut surgeries.Tinctures with alcohol will irritate the guts and throat.I have a total colectomy with an ileostomy due to Ulcerative Colitis and Diverticular Disease. If I can help you or you just want to talk,don't hesitate to contact me,okay?

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