We often hear hard-to-believe claims that marijuana can help fight cancer. But new research says it may actually be possible.

A new article in the British Journal of Pharmacology suggests that certain cannabinoids can help fight cancer cells.

Specifically, the researchers say phytocannabinoid can “stop cancer cells from dividing and invading normal tissue, and they may block the blood supply in tumors.”

The researchers also says that other cannabinoids can help improve the body's immune response to the growth and spread of tumors.

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Joseph Misulonas ~ Civilized.Life

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