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Marijuana kills cancer cells, NCI claims!

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When National Cancer Institute came forward with a statement that marijuana kills cancer cells, news blow up like a bomb not only in USA but also through the world. Many people that fight for total legalization of marijuana saw this as step forward to it.

National Cancer Institute recently has published on their website news that tests conducted on mousses infected with tumors has shown that a marijuana, actually its THC and CBD elements attack and destroy cancer stations.

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According to their study, marijuana active element delta-9 THC attacks cells of breast and liver cancer and makes them retreat and eventually die, thus stopping a further cancer cell growth.

This is astounding news. NCI further states that cannabinoid not only kills cancer cells but protects healthy cells from being infected. It also halts a red blood cells form feeding the tumor, thus making it recede and die, leaving organs healthy.

This news is not new to people that are familiar to marijuana effects. Initiative for legalization of marijuana are trying for years for these kind of tests to be run, but heavy lobbing form various pharmaceutical groups where standing in the way.

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What else these tests showed?

Test also showed when combined with marijuana, chemotherapy side effects are reduced by large.

Delta-9 THC is been proved to reduce side effects of chemotherapy such as vomiting, loss of appetite and most importantly, reduces pain of the patients.

Appetite increase is first of many positive effects of marijuana and patients are reported that are no longer burdened with nausea when receiving chemotherapy. They can normally eat, as the study shows, because THC stimulates appetite.

Pain reducing effect is probably most important one, for obvious reasons. Without need for heavy medication to reduce pain, marijuana offers new way for a pin to go away. Also, there is no body harm or fear of addiction like when using morphine or other painkillers that are creating heavy addiction. Also, other painkillers don’t have such pain relieving effect as marijuana does.

All above is very important news because it confirms everything that marijuana users are claiming for years and years. It is also one more step for a worldwide legalization of this extraordinary plant.

In Europe, they conducting test also and a results are very similar. One by one, obstacles for legalization of marijuana are falling beneath our eyes and lobbying from big pharmaceutical companies is crumbling in front of facts and studies like this.

What this means for a cancer patients?

Hopefully, this means that we can expect a marijuana total legalization and mass production of THC and CBD oil for cancer treatment and a right to cure ourselves as we see fit.

Maybe, and just maybe, we can give a people with cancer, and children too, a fighting chance in combat against this deadly disease. Also, it can be one step in beating cancer permanently and putting it on list of diseases that are no longer are on planet Earth, along with plague, leper and others.

Pros of Legalizing Marijuana

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Pros of Legalizing Marijuana

The Physical advantages of weed are extensive, across the board, and long haul. As a result of the way maryjane sways the Autonomic Nervous System which grows the breath and unwinds the body, its potential for wellbeing and recuperating are gigantic and have been totally undiscovered by Western Medicine.

Aces for Legalizing Marijuana:

  1. Prohibition must be weighed against the loss of individual flexibility. Nations have an obligation to regard individual choice and the privilege of self-determination.

  2. The unethical behavior of pot utilization must be in view of one arrangement of good convictions. By taking an “ethical” stand against recreational medications, or battling the indecencies brought on by the unlawful medication exchange they expand their fame amongst constituents. heath-problem-in-usa

  3. The War on Drugs serves the quick hobbies of government officials. By taking an “ethical” stand against recreational medications, or battling the shades of malice brought about by the illicit medication exchange they build their prominence amongst constituents.

  4. Legal preclusion does not prevent shoppers from devouring medications, it doesn’t prevent traffickers from creating and offering it. The cost of the last item increments to anomalous high values on account of the bootleg market status, which together with the capable impacts of medication dependence causes clients to carry out wrongdoings so as to store their fixation.

  5. can_marijuana_benefit_the_aging_brain_98427508Critics of the War on Drugs advocate the fractional or complete decriminalization of unlawful medications, consolidated with an arrangement of regulation, as happens with liquor and physician endorsed drugs.By giving lawful supplies of at present illicit medications the cost will fall, prompting a breakdown in the illicit medication industry, and a diminishment in criminal acts perpetrated by both medication suppliers and clients. They additionally contend that the diminishment in the cost will prompt little, if any, development in medication compulsion, because of the inelasticity of interest. Some even express that in an entirely controlled business sector, medication utilization may fall by and large, by uprooting the promoting exercises of the unlawful medication industry.

  6. It is not advantageous for a law to deny individuals from readily using so as to uncover their own bodies to hurt medications, any more than by gorging or bungee-bouncing. Heftiness is a national pestilence, executing millions consistently, however, the legislature has no privilege to control a number of residents eats.

  7. Drug clients practice through and through freedom when they decided to utilize drugs; a man has the privilege to surrender his or her own particular opportunity. A Government does not have the privilege to direct them. No medication takes out through and through freedom. It is conceivable to stop utilizing any medication. Numerous banned medications are fundamentally less harmful to choice than legitimate liquor or tobacco. The serious physiological habit has been exhibited for tobacco (more grounded than cocaine), yet no solid physiological fixation has been indicated for weed.

  8. Drug-merchantsIllegal Drug merchants will offer to anybody, including youngsters. Vendors who lawfully offer liquor and tobacco are not permitted to offer to kid. Numerous secondary school understudies report that it is less demanding to acquire illicit medications than liquor and tobacco.

Countries Which Have “Legalized It”

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Legalize It!

The ever more popular slogan, legalize it, of course refers to the legalization of cannabis, popularly known as marijuana.  Whether it is for a general or recreational uses only, the legality of marijuana differs from country to country.  There are many reasons why cannabis should be made legal.  Most importantly than those who are pro legalization of marijuana often emphasize its medicinal properties and ways in which marijuana can benefit a lot of patients who suffer from different illnesses and conditions.

Possession Of Cannabis

In most countries, even the possession of cannabis is made illegal as a result of the agreement about Indian hemp, also known as hashish, ever since the International Opium Convention which occurred in 1925.  Choose then, many countries have chosen to decriminalize the position of small quantities of cannabis.  As for the medical use of cannabis, some states in the U.S.  allow the use of medical cannabis, although it is still illegal by Federal law. 

This comes in conflict with Federal agencies who claim that Federal law comes before the districts laws and territorial laws who allow the use of marijuana.

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Marijuana and the Law

Marijuana-EconomyWhile laws differ from state to state, as of January 2015 countries which have the least strict laws regarding cannabis are: Bangladesh, Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, Spain, North Korea, and Uruguay.  When it comes to the U.S. states, the least strict laws regarding cannabis are in the following states: Alaska, Oregon, Colorado, Washington, the U.S. cities of Portland, and South Portland, Maine and the District of Columbia.  Among countries that have the strictest laws against cannabis are China, Cuba, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates.

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Don’t Get In Trouble

Since laws differ from state to state, prior to using or possessing cannabis you should definitely take some time to learn the laws on the country you are in in order to avoid any confrontations with the law.  Also in some countries marijuana has been decriminalized, even though it is considered to be illegal. 

Tough Love

Even though laws are somewhere looser and somewhere stricter regarding cannabis, there are countries where even the possessionA-woman-smoking-a-joint-001 of a single joint could get you into some serious trouble.  For example, if you are caught with it even a single jointin Japan you can get up to a five year prison sentence with hard labor.  If they catch you smoking a joint in the Philippines, you will be sent for at least six months of rehab, and if it happens again next time you could be jailed for between six and 12 years.  Growing cannabis can be especially dangerous in the Philippines, since the penalties go from life imprisonment to death penalty. So, be careful where you are and avoid getting in conflict with the law!