As you all know, the cancer industry itself is worth millions of dollars, honestly more than any amount can be put on. Things like chemotherapy and radiation treatments are literally poisoning people, and they are the same people who are desperate to save their own lives.
There is no significant boost in long-term survival rates from these methods and many people have turned to other means. Many people are opting for medical marijuana in all of the possible forms in order to treat their cancers and the results are astonishing. One story, while it is a bit older, is well worth mentioning and that is the fantastic story of a man named Stan Rutner.
Stan Rutner is over 80 years old and in 2011 was battling cancer (for the second time, it is quite common for people who are in remission to be diagnosed again). At this point, he was told he had stage 4 lung cancer and metastasis to the brain. Chemotherapy and radiation took a horrible toll on him, as they do most people and he was fading away. It was at this point that he and his wife decided to give something new a try and that something was cannabis.
According to Stan’s wife:
“Corinne (their daughter) and John (daughter’s husband) were becoming interested in medicinal marijuana but we were concerned that Stan was wasting away. He had lost so much weight and so we were anxious to get his appetite improved and help him with the nausea. So Corinne suggested daytime cannabis capsule infused with coconut oil; they’re yellow capsules that he started taking. He started taking those in early November of 2011 and in the beginning, he took about a third of a capsule in the morning, and it was about a week or two later that he was able to give up the extra oxygen that he had had 24/7.”
After giving cannabis a try, within just weeks a major change was noticed. His life turned around completely. Just months after his journey with medical marijuana began they found he was basically cured. His story is one that everyone needs to know about. Do not let the cancer industry fool you, instead, take the time to research and find out for yourself. You may be pleasantly surprised.
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