Can CBD Cure Cancer

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Can CBD Cure Cancer

Cannabidiol also known as CBD, is one of many cannabinoids in the cannabis plant gaining popularity in the world of natural medicine because it appears to offer the body many benefits. While there is some debate around the topic, some people suggest using CBD in the treatment of cancer.

There is ongoing research into the use of CBD in the context of cancer prevention and treatment. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has studied several studies on the relationship between cannabis and cancer and found that the research results were mixed.

An older study of 64,855 men in the United States found that cannabis use did not increase the risk of tobacco-related cancer. However, the same study also showed that male cannabis users who never smoked tobacco had an increased risk of prostate cancer.

On the other hand, the authors of a 2015 study pointed to a promising relationship between cannabis and bladder cancer. After taking various factors into account, it was found that the risk of bladder cancer was 45% lower among cannabis users.

Research has shown that cannabis smoke still produces carcinogens, but the connection between inhaled marijuana and cancer is not convincing.

However, taking CBD extract does not expose the body to the same carcinogens as marijuana for smoking. Long-term human studies are needed to determine the potential role of CBD in cancer prevention. Along with CBD cancer benefits there are several other uses of this drug.

However there are still researches going on that how it can be helpful in prevention and cure of cancer

How to treat cancer

There are currently no large clinical trials that are investigating the use of cannabis or cannabinoids as a cancer treatment. Small pilot studies exist, but the research is still in its early stages.

In 2016, researchers noted that the use of cannabinoids shows promise in the fight against cancer. The authors found that cannabinoids seem to inhibit the growth of many different types of tumor cell in both test tubes and animal models.

However, they also noted that some dosages or types of cannabinoid might suppress the immune system, allowing tumors to grow unchecked.

Much more research is necessary to discover the possible therapeutic uses of cannabinoids in cancer treatment.



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