Studies have shown them to be potential anti-cancer agents. Specifically, scientists have discovered that cannabinoids prevent certain types of cancer cells from multiplying and developing new blood vessels. This means that cannabinoids may be a useful tool in inhibiting cancer cell growth. Cannabinoids in cannabis inhibits tumor growth by causing cells to die, blocking cell growth, and blocking the development of the blood vessels tumors rely on for growth.
Medical Marijuana is effective for dealing with a variety of cancer-related symptoms such as nausea, loss of appetite, anxiety, pain, and sleep disturbances. Marijuana can actively prevent tumor growth by signaling cancerous cells to “commit suicide.” The cannabinoid receptors arrest the Growth 1 of the cancer cells and prevent the cancer cell from maturing, which would decrease the amount of harmful toxins created by the cancer cell. The THC in marijuana is useful for relieving Cancer Pain, nausea, and vomiting from chemotherapy, relieving muscle spasms, and reducing inflammation and anxiety. Furthermore, it can help you rest so your body can try to repair itself.