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Cancer-stricken 49-year-old woman ‘saw her disease fade after resorting to “magic mushrooms” and cannabis’

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Doctors revealed that a woman who battled cancer saw her tumors return as soon as she stopped using cannabis and magic mushrooms.

The unidentified 49-year-old, who is believed to live in Britain, was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in August 2018. Scans revealed that it had spread to her bones, liver and lymph nodes.

She immediately underwent chemotherapy and was given monoclonal antibody drugs – designed to thwart her disease.

But the woman also decided to start taking hemp oil every day.

Microscopic “intermittent” doses of the magic mushroom have been started as of November, according to medics who treated her.

A woman’s advanced cancer disappeared within five months after she started taking cannabis and magic mushrooms, Imperial College London experts claim

By January 2019, tests showed that the cancer had completely disappeared and there was no sign of disease.

The chemotherapy was stopped but she remained on Herceptin, one of the monoclonal antibody drugs originally distributed.

Follow-up scans in September confirmed that her cancer was still in remission.

As a result, she halved her cannabis intake and completely stopped eating mushrooms.

The woman remained cancer-free for 18 months in total.

And experts from Imperial College London wrote in the magazine that tests conducted in June 2020 revealed the return of her disease narcotics.

After this diagnosis and under medical supervision, her doses were increased again, she resumed chemotherapy and began radiotherapy.

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

CBD oil is a legal hemp that can be sold in the UK.

THC is the psychoactive chemical in cannabis that makes users feel ‘high’.

It is an illegal Class B substance that can cause anxiety and psychosis, and cannot be sold in CBD products.

Although CBD is believed to have some medicinal properties, including relieving inflammation, pain, and anxiety, there is no conclusive science.

Suppliers in England and Wales are required to obtain a license to sell CBD as a medicine.

Manufacturers can avoid strict regulations by selling it as a dietary supplement – ignoring the lengthy process of obtaining a medical license.

CBD – short for cannabidiol – is derived from the cannabis sativa plant and has become a thriving £690m industry a year, outstripping all other vitamin supplements combined.

They are sold in almost every pharmacy and health store, and come in the form of capsules, tablets, creams, sprays, and even chewing gums and candies.

Her illness was stable, as of her last appointment in October. Doctors even claimed there was evidence that he was “regressing” again.

Ryan Zafar and his colleagues said they highlighted the “potential” that both drugs could help maximize conventional cancer treatment.

“This raises the possibility that withdrawal of cannabis and narcotic treatments may have contributed to the recurrence of the cancer,” they said in the case report.

Although they remain clueless about how psychoactive drugs work, previous research has shown that magic mushrooms can deprive tumors of the proteins they need to grow.

Cancer Research UK says the research has been mixed, but some studies have suggested that cannabis works in a similar way.

About 55,000 women in the UK and 264,000 in the US are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.

Stage 4 diagnoses usually leave people who have three years to live. While it can be cured, it cannot be cured.

Patients are traditionally given a combination of chemotherapy and targeted drugs – such as a woman in her first stage of treatment – in addition to radiation therapy.

Cannabis is not currently prescribed to treat cancer in the UK, although doctors could theoretically use it as part of a trial.

Magic mushrooms are technically a Class A drug and researchers haven’t explained how they were legally disposed of.

The woman in the most recent case went to hospital in August 2018 after noticing changes in her breast tissue, where doctors performed mammograms, biopsies, CT scans and X-rays.

Results showed in September that she had metastatic breast cancer that had spread to other parts of her body.

I decided to start taking daily doses of hemp oils starting in August, prior to metastatic diagnosis, along with standard treatment.

The oils included both CBD – the chemical believed to have some medicinal benefits – and THC – the psychoactive ingredient from cannabis that makes the user high.

Under the supervision of one of her doctors, she gradually increased the dose until she felt more psychoactive effects than necessary.

Tests in October showed the tumor had been cut in half, and she began giving minute doses of the mushrooms from that month on.

Micro-dosing involves taking one-tenth of the dose required for a high dose of the drug – in its case 10 to 20 mg – at regular intervals throughout the day.

In November, she also had her first sensory deprivation tank session, where she was given 4g of mushrooms under the supervision of a doctor.

Sensory deprivation tanks see users in a saltwater bath where they float in the dark and make no sound, creating an effect similar to zero gravity.

They are believed to aid relaxation and are often combined with a psychedelic to allow users to hallucinate more vividly.

After the session, she was given a “reintegration” session of psychotherapy to make her feel back in the world.

She said the combination of cannabis and mushrooms helped ‘reduce the suffering’ and made her feel as though she was watching her experience rather than feeling it.

The magazine quoted the woman as saying: “When one is diagnosed with cancer, the mental, physical and emotional events that slowly consume and take away from one’s humanity become a daily routine.

Everything changes in a heartbeat, and suddenly death becomes your everyday counterpart. It’s dehumanizing, demoralizing, and simply horrific.

Cannabis changes all of this. He will ease the suffering of many, because he eases my suffering. Hemp provides hope. It provides help when you feel like you can’t keep up.

I managed to eat. I was able to sleep. Nausea was almost non-existent. I can work. I can work. I am no longer a slave to my disease.

Products containing THC, including oils, gels and tablets, are Class B substances in the UK and possession is punishable by up to five years in prison.

Medical marijuana containing the chemical is legal in 38 US states and DC, while cannabis is completely legal in 18 states.

Oils containing only CBD are considered legal in the UK, however, it has become a thriving £690m a year industry, outperforming all other vitamin supplements combined.

Although CBD is believed to have some medicinal properties, including relieving inflammation, pain and anxiety, critics say there is no conclusive evidence.

Suppliers in England and Wales are required to obtain a license to sell CBD as a medicine.

Manufacturers can avoid strict regulations by selling it as a dietary supplement – ignoring the lengthy process of obtaining a medical license.

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