Cancer

The Essential Facts About Marijuana And Testicular Cancer

For the young male demographic, testicular cancer is a real threat to one’s longevity and quality of life. Here's what marijuana can do.

Marijuana And Fatty Liver Disease: How The Plant Can Help

Frequent cannabis use is a predictor much lower risk of developing the most common liver malady in the world: Fatty Liver Disease.

Marijuana’s THC Has The Power To Fight Breast Cancer

While CBD is non-psychoactive, it’s more potent sister, THC, packs quite the punch that proves to be a revolutionary remedy for breast cancer patients.

Can Medical Marijuana Actually Kill Cancer Cells In The Brain?

Here are the results of a study using a combination of cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannabinol to treat an aggressive form of brain cancer.

Science Proves Marijuana Heals Pain, Nausea, Spasms And Insomnia

Here is an analysis, “The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids,” which points out that the cannabis treats pain, nausea, muscle spasms and insomnia.

How Marijuana Can Interfere With And Disrupt Leukemia Cells

In certain cases, when using specific dosage patterns, six cannabinoids have the ability to destroy Leukemia cells.

Can Marijuana Really Cure Cancer? Here’s The Science

To delve into the literature on medical marijuana can, at times, feel like wading into a sea of nonsense. But one of the claims that seems on its face to rank among the most supremely bullshittiest turns out to be true. Maybe.

The Incredible Truth About Marijuana And Bladder Cancer

“Those using both cannabis and tobacco seemed to negate these effects with a smaller increase in their incidence of bladder cancer.”

Study: Marijuana Slows Down The Growth Of Breast Cancer Tumors

It is no secret that breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women. One in eight women will be diagnosed at some point in their life.

Understanding How Marijuana Can Get You Through Chemotherapy

One of the first places cannabis has found a niche in modern Western medicine, however, is in treating the side effects of chemotherapy.