You probably have encounter walking along your local high street and noticed shops selling CBD oil and others, claiming to cure all sorts of health problems – including, in particular, the possibility that it could even be used to battle cancer.

With more states implementing medical marijuana laws (and passing it as legal in some), questions have still remained whether or not marijuana can really be used legitimately for medical conditions.

For cancer patients, medical marijuana may offer an interesting symptom management option. But due to the  lack of clinical evidence available right now, we don’t know yet whether cannabis, or any of the chemicals in cannabis, are useful to treat cancer. For that reason, many health care providers advise patients to proceed using with caution or let them seek advice and thoroughly discuss available options with their physician prior to beginning treatment.


The active component of marijuana (cannabis) is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC, having the synthetic derivative of THC (dronabinol: manufactured and sold as a Schedule III drug – defined as having low to moderate potential for physical or psychological dependence) has the effect of controlling nausea, increasing appetite and lessening pain, in some people.

The FDA approves the use of dronabinol for anorexia related to AIDS wasting syndrome, as well as for refractory chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting – which are symptoms of Cancer. It can be obtained by smoking or eating the marijuana (cannabis) plant. However, the dosage of these plant-based forms is variable and not regulated by the FDA. This variability may lead to decreased effectiveness or increased side effects among users of marijuana


There are several studies found that Marijuana can be helpful in treating nausea and vomiting from cancer chemotherapy. If inhaled (smoked or vaporized), it can also be a helpful treatment for neuropathic pain (pain caused by damaged nerves), and can also improve food intake in HIV patients, according to studies also. However, with regards to marijuana oil or hemp oil, there are yet no cited effects proven by  research as of the current.

Way before, studies have shown that people who took marijuana extracts in clinical trials tended to need less pain medicine, and recently, researchers reported  that THC and other cannabinoids such as CBD slow growth and/or cause death in certain types of cancer cells growing in lab dishes. Certain cannabinoids may slow growth and reduce spread of some forms of cancer, in some animal studies conducted.


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