Does Hemp Oil Cure Cancer (and other things)?
Some ordinary people think so, but (apparently) few in the medical establishment. But that may be different for raw cannabis. When you’re done reading this, watch me prepare a cannabis smoothie.
JIM RICK SIMPSON is an ordinary guy that has devoted his life to making “hemp oil”, distributing it freely and campaigning for the government (Canadian) to recognize that it cures cancer.
He must feel alone, cause it seems very, very few of the “officials” we rely on will address his claim, much less back it.
However, Mr. Simpson does have the sworn affidavits of four dozen people who claim they’ve been cured of cancer and/or other pernicious ailments. He also has the testimony of a few courageous medical doctors. Very few.
The hemp oil referred to here is not the kind you can buy in a health food store to dress up your salad — it has none of the THC (the main psychoactive substance in the cannabis plant) that is thought to be therapeutic; rather the hemp oil (often referred to as “hash oil“) allegedly used to cure disease is the stuff with THC. Your grocer doesn’t sell it. And smoking marijuana will not deliver the goods.
I have no idea about the veracity of the claims made by
Jim Rick Simpson, his associates and “patients”. But I found the video to be persuasive enough to want you to know about the possibility of hemp, or hash, oil having curative properties.
Here’s an intro to Rick’s work, as portrayed in the trailer of a film called, Run From the Cure 2.
You can get more information from his site, Phoenix Tears.
Make sure you read (and watch) Should You Be Adding Raw Cannabis to Your Smoothie?, which is the video I made.
Do you think that any form of cannabis could cure cancer? Let us know in the Comments below…
Last Updated on October 20, 2019 by Joe Garma