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Comprehensive Report on The Cannabis Extract Movement


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The above article is written by Justin Kander he is an American who is passionate about cannabis


"A comprehensive review of evidence that cannabis extracts can eliminate cancers and other diseases. Features information from patients, caregivers, researchers, doctors, dispensaries, and corporations."



This report aims to be a comprehensive analysis of the cannabis extract movement, a collection of patients, caregivers, doctors, dispensaries, corporations, and activists that advocate for the use of cannabis extract medicine to treat serious diseases such as cancers, heart disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s, and other disorders. In aggregate, the movement has produced immense evidence showing cannabis extracts can potentially eliminate various types of cancers in humans, and can control diseases that traditional pharmaceuticals are ineffective against. The ultimate goal of this report is simple – to initiate immediate trials of cannabis extract medicine in hospice centers.

Patients in such centers have terminal diagnoses and nothing to lose by attempting a treatment which has a very real chance of curing them. Moreover, cannabis extracts are completely non-toxic and carry no physiological risks. If proven through hospice trials that cannabis extracts can reliably eliminate cancers, more extensive clinical trials can begin to determine optimum treatment protocols and the full extent of cannabinoid medicine’s effectiveness. This report integrates the latest scientific research and experiential results to make a compelling case that cannabis extracts are effective treatments for a wide variety of diseases. The strength of the arguments, when analyzed as a whole, is overwhelming. The report progresses as follows: 1. Overview of Supporting Science 2. History of Rick Simpson and Phoenix Tears 3. Individual Case Reports 4. Corporate and Dispensary Operations 5. Doctor and Team Operations 6. Concluding Discussion

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