DR CHRISTINA SANCHEZ TALKS CANNABIS AND CANCER

DR CHRISTINA SANCHEZ TALKS CANNABIS AND CANCER

dr sanchezHere is a video chat with Dr Christina Sanchez – one of the team of scientists who have been working with cannabinoids in Madrid for the last few years. Dr Sanchez talks about her work in chronicling the effects of cannabis compounds on cancerous cells. In an informative interview she goes into detail about how THC and CBD cause cancer cells to “commit suicide” and how the science behind this must be taken seriously.

Dr Sanchez had studied the effects cannabinoids have on two types of cancer: brain cancer and breast cancer; most importantly she has identified that cannabinoids target the cancerous cells while leaving unharmed the non-cancer cells. This is in stark contrast to chemo: which damages everything it comes into contact with.

Dr Sanchez goes on to express her confusion over the US government’s continual insistence that cannabis has no medical value and that it is a Schedule 1 substance.

Additionally, Dr Sanchez talks about how CBD protects the brain, and how THC and CBD together are more effective at fighting cancer. It’s certainly an interview that’s well worth five minutes of your time:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RZEZVJESQE

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