Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

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RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by malaine on Tue Jan 14, 2020 10:41 PM

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Hi do u mean that Scott died in Feb 2019? Cuz I use to communicate with Carly but I stopped in may 2016 due to my husband passed away in that time of colon cancer 

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by vicksvaporub on Wed Jan 15, 2020 12:29 AM

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Hello all,

Five years ago my mum had colon cancer - with liver, thyroid and lungs metastasis. It took 4 months for her to have surgery to remove the tumour from her colon from the time it was diagnosed.

Because she is an old woman, my mum didn't do any chemo, instead, she changed her diet from day one she found out she had cancer. She went vegan, ate only fresh food (nothing from supermarket, unless it was fresh veggie, fruits etc), no sugar, only wholegrain, a lot of vegetables and pulses, high dose of vitamic C and other vitamins, a lot of water (sometimes with lemon, sometimes with sodium bicarbonate) and walking. She also tried some alternative medicine. The idea behind to change her diet was to make her body strong enough to fight the cancer by only eating food packed with natural nutrients.

The surgeon said he didn't spot any cancer on her liver during the surgery. Her post exams, her thyroid and liver was clear from cancer, and the ones in the lungs were shrinking. 

To this day, she's cancer free. I'm not sure what worked for her.

I'm not discouraging anyone of giving up their conventional treatment, but you still can eat healthy along the treatment. Cut down all sugar (including fizzy drinks and juice from cartoons), white wheat, any kind of processed food, no alcohol, no cafeine, no animal products. It's important even to watch the oil you cook. You have to re-learn about food and cooking. There's no harm to try. There are so many great blogs you can follow to learn more about healthy cooking.

I also found this testimonial below:

https://news.sky.com/story/i-was-given-weeks-to-live-but-the

I also heard about mistletoe cancer treatment. Look it up.

Cancer works in different ways, so it's hard to know what will work for you and what will not. Just keep fighting.

Lots of love to you all xx

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by Maryshope on Wed Jan 15, 2020 02:45 AM

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I am so glad to see someone succeeded at what my son was trying to do with THC. The problem here in Texas is lack of support. THC is illegal for the most part. Few doctors will participate in helping patients who do not take chemotherapy. Radiation was not an option. By the time we knew we had to leave the state, my son was too weak, and I had had surgery and was not very well. It was all very depressing for him. No one seemed to care, and he finally just gave up. I want to do everything in my power to take the stigma, legal and personal, off using marijuana for its medicinal capabilities. "It's not studied enough," everyone says. The country makes it illegal so it can't be tested or studied. Unfortunately the persons making laws have to keep getting re-elected, and to get re-elected, they need money - so much money from chemical-making pharmaceutical companies. Where do you live Wickedinns and Irinna7 that you can access THC for treatment? As cancers are different, so is treatment, it would seem. THC obviously cannot cure all cancers, but if it cures just one - or two - or maybe more, maybe a dent could be made in this awful curse CANCER. My son will still be dead, and my heart will still be broken, but if THC could help others, why won't they help? Truly the greatest sin has to be GREED!  Irinna7 I so hope you get the right formula to help. It's out there. 

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by Maryshope on Wed Jan 15, 2020 02:51 AM

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I don't have source now, and the gofundme site is no longer up, but I did read that Scott Stephens, whose wife Carly posted about his colon csncer, did die in February.

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by malaine on Wed Jan 15, 2020 04:19 AM

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Oh my gosh my condolences to Carly. I lost my husband on May 2016 due to colon cancer that has spread to the liver. I have been a widow since then so Carly if u read this plz my condolences to u and your family. Take care 

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by Wibbers on Wed Jan 15, 2020 05:04 AM

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On Jan 15, 2020 4:19 AM malaine wrote:

Oh my gosh my condolences to Carly. I lost my husband on May 2016 due to colon cancer that has spread to the liver. I have been a widow since then so Carly if u read this plz my condolences to u and your family. Take care 

I had been wondering about Scott and Carly also, I’m so sorry to hear that he passed. They fought so hard and were so determined to heal him. God Bless him and his family.

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by Irina7 on Wed Jan 15, 2020 11:31 AM

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On Jan 15, 2020 2:45 AM Maryshope wrote:

I am so glad to see someone succeeded at what my son was trying to do with THC. The problem here in Texas is lack of support. THC is illegal for the most part. Few doctors will participate in helping patients who do not take chemotherapy. Radiation was not an option. By the time we knew we had to leave the state, my son was too weak, and I had had surgery and was not very well. It was all very depressing for him. No one seemed to care, and he finally just gave up. I want to do everything in my power to take the stigma, legal and personal, off using marijuana for its medicinal capabilities. "It's not studied enough," everyone says. The country makes it illegal so it can't be tested or studied. Unfortunately the persons making laws have to keep getting re-elected, and to get re-elected, they need money - so much money from chemical-making pharmaceutical companies. Where do you live Wickedinns and Irinna7 that you can access THC for treatment? As cancers are different, so is treatment, it would seem. THC obviously cannot cure all cancers, but if it cures just one - or two - or maybe more, maybe a dent could be made in this awful curse CANCER. My son will still be dead, and my heart will still be broken, but if THC could help others, why won't they help? Truly the greatest sin has to be GREED!  Irinna7 I so hope you get the right formula to help. It's out there. 

Hello Mary, 

Actually I don't have the THC oil. My husband has cancer and I am trying to find a solution. I was looking for information regarding this oil and the dosage from some persons who cured their cancer.

We leave in Europe, and we can get the cannabis oil with the prescription of a doctor in Holland, wich is tottaly legal. 

I got on this site to check if there are persons who had good results using the cannabis oil in curing their cancer.

Wish you the best. 

Irina

 

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by Wickedinns on Wed Jan 15, 2020 02:22 PM

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On Jan 15, 2020 12:29 AM vicksvaporub wrote:

Hello all,

Five years ago my mum had colon cancer - with liver, thyroid and lungs metastasis. It took 4 months for her to have surgery to remove the tumour from her colon from the time it was diagnosed.

Because she is an old woman, my mum didn't do any chemo, instead, she changed her diet from day one she found out she had cancer. She went vegan, ate only fresh food (nothing from supermarket, unless it was fresh veggie, fruits etc), no sugar, only wholegrain, a lot of vegetables and pulses, high dose of vitamic C and other vitamins, a lot of water (sometimes with lemon, sometimes with sodium bicarbonate) and walking. She also tried some alternative medicine. The idea behind to change her diet was to make her body strong enough to fight the cancer by only eating food packed with natural nutrients.

The surgeon said he didn't spot any cancer on her liver during the surgery. Her post exams, her thyroid and liver was clear from cancer, and the ones in the lungs were shrinking. 

To this day, she's cancer free. I'm not sure what worked for her.

I'm not discouraging anyone of giving up their conventional treatment, but you still can eat healthy along the treatment. Cut down all sugar (including fizzy drinks and juice from cartoons), white wheat, any kind of processed food, no alcohol, no cafeine, no animal products. It's important even to watch the oil you cook. You have to re-learn about food and cooking. There's no harm to try. There are so many great blogs you can follow to learn more about healthy cooking.

I also found this testimonial below:

https://news.sky.com/story/i-was-given-weeks-to-live-but-the n-my-cancer-disappeared-11383801"" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://news.sky.com/story/i-was-given-weeks-to-live-but-the target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://news.sky.com/story/i-was-given-weeks-to-live-but-the

I also heard about mistletoe cancer treatment. Look it up.

Cancer works in different ways, so it's hard to know what will work for you and what will not. Just keep fighting.

Lots of love to you all xx

Thank you so much for this ! My struggle is trying to get someone who was never overly into health do all of this. It has been a struggle but I still do the best I can without him "noticing". I am a firm believer you have to make the body and mind as string as possible to fight this illness. 

 

RE: Stage IV Colon Cancer-THC Cannabis Oil Therapy

by Wickedinns on Wed Jan 15, 2020 08:28 PM

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On Jan 15, 2020 2:45 AM Maryshope wrote:

I am so glad to see someone succeeded at what my son was trying to do with THC. The problem here in Texas is lack of support. THC is illegal for the most part. Few doctors will participate in helping patients who do not take chemotherapy. Radiation was not an option. By the time we knew we had to leave the state, my son was too weak, and I had had surgery and was not very well. It was all very depressing for him. No one seemed to care, and he finally just gave up. I want to do everything in my power to take the stigma, legal and personal, off using marijuana for its medicinal capabilities. "It's not studied enough," everyone says. The country makes it illegal so it can't be tested or studied. Unfortunately the persons making laws have to keep getting re-elected, and to get re-elected, they need money - so much money from chemical-making pharmaceutical companies. Where do you live Wickedinns and Irinna7 that you can access THC for treatment? As cancers are different, so is treatment, it would seem. THC obviously cannot cure all cancers, but if it cures just one - or two - or maybe more, maybe a dent could be made in this awful curse CANCER. My son will still be dead, and my heart will still be broken, but if THC could help others, why won't they help? Truly the greatest sin has to be GREED!  Irinna7 I so hope you get the right formula to help. It's out there. 

I live in Canada and hubby has a medical prescription and we have health Canada permission to have it grown and have the oil made for us. It is a science in itself to have it done properly. I know someone who refused chemo/radiation and had her breast removed and used lots of cannabis...she is doing very very well almost four years later. I truly believe it has helped my hubby in many ways. I agree that greed prevents it from being studied properly. I watched a docuseries that shows there are countries that do study it and its benefits. Here they have legalized it but it has caused more problems then not because it is government controlled and not enough thought was put into it. I believe it should have been just for medical purposes that it was legalized because recreationally it has caused a lot of problems do to ignorance ... anyway...just my thought...

my heartfelt blessings to all in this battle and those who fight along side them...

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