In the meantime, cannabis has been legalized in some countries and states. In addition to recreational use, many people use cannabis for medical purposes. We are sure that cannabis has some medical benefits, but there are often claims that cannabis can cure cancer. There have been reports of people curing cancer with cannabis. But how much truth is behind it?
The Medical Potential
But the point is the following: there is no clear evidence that cannabis kills cancer cells and spares good cells. Unfortunately, there are often misunderstandings between public perception and scientific evidence.
In many cases, cannabis is used to combat the side effects of cannabis. For example, cancer patients experience malnutrition or nausea, and cannabis can really help. However, we believe that patients should not be given false hopes about the effectiveness of cannabis against cancer.
We would like to mention the following. Cannabis can destroy the Petri dish of cancer, that’s true! However, killing cells in a shell is not very difficult. This can also be done in the form of heat or radiation.
A Good Cancer Drug
A good drug or treatment should destroy cancer cells, but preserve good cells as much as possible. This is not the case with cannabis, so it cannot be said that cannabis is the only true anti-cancer drug. More research is needed to find out how cannabis can help with cancer. We would like to note that we can recommend cannabis as an alternative medicine for such diseases. But it’s not a miracle cure.