Cannabis Oil • Medical Marijuana

CANNABIS OIL

Cannabis oil. Marijuana oil. Hemp oil. Hash oil. CBD. Cannabidiol.

Perhaps you have heard of these terms lately, or have seen one of the increasing number of news pieces being done on the healthful benefits of Cannabis oil for sale in various Medical Marijuana states, and the various blends of natural Cannabinoids contained in these products. Cannabinoids that appear to work in HARMONY with your body’s own endocannabinoid system to effect healing and balance.

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A Natural and Effective Alternative
Glaucoma • Cancer • PTSD

Hundreds of studies, along with anecdotal evidence, suggest that cannabis oil may help in the treatment of a wide range of medical conditions including cancer, Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, Lyme disease, chronic pain, rheumatism, multiple sclerosis, anxiety disorders, asthma and diabetes. Constance Pure Botanical Extracts is dedicated to helping people get the information they need and reviewing the latest research in this exciting field.

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The Truth on THC

THC Is Good for More than the High

Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, otherwise known as THC, has suffered from an image problem since its discovery in 1964. Famous for the high it causes, the public has a hard time looking beyond its psychotropic effects. Novices to cannabis therapeutics are often astonished to find that THC has more than recreational value. In fact, it is responsible for helping an overwhelming majority of medical cannabis users with a wide range of conditions, in addition to having contributed to a wealth of medical knowledge[1] for the past several decades.

Medical Studies

Scientific Literature

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March
2014
New York University School of Medicine
Dr. Orrin Devinsky
Cannabis and Epilepsy

Thanks to heightened media coverage over the past several years – particularly Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s report on the dramatic, life-changing effect that THC and CBD-rich therapeutic cannabis oil has had on a young patient with a severe seizure disorder – cannabis has recently been thrust into the spotlight for its potent anti-convulsant properties. With so much recent buzz, it may be surprising to learn that anecdotal accounts about the use of cannabis as a seizure treatment have been around for centuries and documented since at least 1881. However, research regarding its effects on epilepsy and seizures is still in the early...

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February
2013
San Francisco General Hospital
Dr. Donald Abrams
Cannabis and Cancer

It has long been accepted that cannabis is very useful in helping cancer patients to manage their symptoms – pain, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, insomnia and others. For several decades, a synthetic version of THC, the active component of cannabis, has been available in the prescription drug, Marinol. Though now marketed as an appetite stimulant for AIDS patients, Marinol has also been used to treat cancer patients with nausea and vomiting. As Dr. Donald Abrams, Chief of Oncology and Hematology for San Francisco General Hospital stated in an interview, “I can sit there and write [cancer patients] a prescription to...

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May
2013
Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol
Dr. Bar-Lev Schleider
Why Not Hemp Oil

There is a lot of confusion about hemp and what we popularly know as “marijuana.” Most people assume that hemp and marijuana is the same thing. Historically, the government has lumped them together as banned substances. It doesn’t help that some medical cannabis proponents refer to it as “hemp oil.” What is hemp and how is it different from medical cannabis? Although hemp is technically a cannabis plant, it is a very different variety from the cannabis that is used recreationally and medicinally. The website, HempEthics, defines hemp in this way: The term ‘Hemp’ commonly refers to the industrial/commercial use of the cannabis...

MARIJUANA SCIENCE

CANCER STUDIES

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March
2009
UEA's School of Pharmacy
Dr. McCormick
Cannabis reduces tumor growth in study

The main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis - tetrahydrocannabinol - could be used to reduce tumor growth in cancer patients, according to an international research team. Previous studies have suggested that cannabinoids, of which tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is one, have anti-cancer properties. In 2009, researchers at Complutense University in Spain found that THC induced the death of brain cancer cells in a process known as "autophagy." illustration of cancer cells When human tumors in mice were targeted with doses of THC, the researchers found that two cell receptors were particularly associated with an anti-tumor response. The researchers found that administering THC to mice with human tumors...

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April
2015
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Marijuana can kill cancer cells, says US government-funded research

Research could indicate that US government starting to recognize medical benefits of pot The US government may be starting to officially recognize medicinal benefits of marijuana, as a government-funded research group has released a report claiming that weed can kill cancer cells. The Daily Caller reported the National Institute on Drug Abuse has issued a report that recognizes potential medical benefits of marijuana, something the US government has rejected in its classification of pot as a Schedule I drug – along with heroin, LSD and ecstasy. “Recent animal studies have shown that marijuana can kill certain cancer cells and reduce the size of...

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