Cancer and CBD: "The Antitumor Activity of Plant-derived Non-psychoactive Cannabinoids"
Updated: Dec 26, 2019
When people ask me, why do I choose to consume CBD as part of my daily lifestyle, I ask them why are they not?
During the last decade, several studies have now shown that CB1 and CB2 receptor agonists can act as direct antitumor agents in a variety of aggressive cancers.
the ability of non-psychoactive cannabinoids to induce autophagy and apoptotic-mediated cancer cell death,
and enhance the activity of first-line agents commonly used in cancer treatment.
For example, the second most abundant cannabinoid in CS is the non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD). Using animal models, CBD has been shown to inhibit the progression of many types of cancer including glioblastoma (GBM), breast, lung, prostate and colon cancer. source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4470774/
Read that again. Yes, a plant that can be grown and consumed can have "shown to inhibit the progression of many types of cancer."
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So ask yourself, if it can function as a treatment after diagnosis - what type of protections could CBD offer before one is ill or stricken with cancer, epilepsy, or arthritis?
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Keywords: cannabinoid, cannabidiol, cancer, reactive oxygen species
This review will center on mechanisms by which CBD, and other plant-derived cannabinoids inefficient at activating cannabinoid receptors, inhibit tumor cell viability, invasion, metastasis, angiogenesis, and the stem-like potential of cancer stem cells.