Friday, July 19, 2013
Would You Use Cannabis To Cure Your Dog's Cancer?
If your beloved dog, or cat, suddenly started getting tumors on his body, and those tumors were diagnosed as cancer, would you consider using cannabis oil to treat him?
Cannabis is known by it's nick name, "marijuana" and is from the Hemp plant. Hemp, non psychoative, is used for industrial purposes such as cloth, fiber, rope, oils, building materials, and grease. Cannabis, with active THC, is used medicinally and recreationally. Cannabis is illegal, federally, but 19 states plus Washington DC, have legalized it for medicinal use. Colorado and Washington State have legalized small amounts for recreational purposes.
Cannabis is used and grown all over the world. It has been around since the time of man. It has been successfully used for medicinal purposes in almost every country in the world. There has never been a death from using cannabis.
Cannabis/Hemp was made illegal in 1937 because of industrial competition and racism. The federal government contends that there is no medical use for cannabis. Yet, they own a patent on the cannabinoids in cannabis, as a cancer cure. U.S. PATENT
Cannabis has been shown in studies to shrink tumors and cause cancer cells to commit suicide, without ever harming a healthy cell, or patient in any way. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6-O1ehJte0
I've heard of several people curing their dog or cat, by using cannabis oil. Cannabis oil is made by extracting the powerful healing oils of cannabis and concentrating it into a thick oil. This oil is then given orally, or dabbed onto a visible tumor, or both, from 30 to 90 days. This link, will show you, in pictures, the progress of a tumor on a 7 year old Boxer, being treated with this oil.
Many cannabis studies, including one that just came out, at the National Cancer Institute, at the National Institutes of Health, and funded by the public and Congress, are showing that cannabis kills cancer cells.
"Cannabis has been shown to kill cancer cells in the laboratory and to affect the immune system."
"Cannabis and cannabinoids have been studied in the laboratory and the clinic for relief of pain, nausea and vomiting, anxiety, and loss of appetite"
The best information I have found about cannabis, is a video called What If Cannabis Cures Cancer I encourage you to see it, for your own benefit, as well as your pet's.
If I had known this 3 years ago when Happy, my beloved Gordon Setter, got cancerous sores, I would have tried it. It's too late for him. But I have been educated on cannabis. Once you know the truth, it's hard to go back. The laws are changing. People are getting educated. It's only a matter of time until it will be available for you or your pets.
So, would you use it to save your pet?