Elderly Man with Terminal Cancer Walks Out of Hospice After Treatment With Cannabis Oil

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

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His Recovery Using Cannabis Oil

After one week of taking cannabis capsules, Stan didn’t need the oxygen anymore and put it in the closet, never to be used again. Within two weeks, the nausea had eased, his appetite improved and he gained some weight, his strength significantly improving because of it. Stan left hospice on his own power and continued taking cannabis oil capsules every day. He began taking exercise classes. Five months after being given a few weeks to live, Stan went to the doctor for tests. His wife Barb reports:


“On January 27, 2013 we received the results of Stan’s brain MRI in an email from his oncologist, stating simply: ‘IMPRESSION: No evidence of recurrent disease.’ The lung cancer that had metastasized to his brain in the summer of 2011 (and nearly taken his life) was GONE! The doctor calls him a miracle man. We are deeply grateful to his ‘team’ of doctors, friends and family, but we’ll always believe that cannabis turned the tide.” (2)

Stan’s brain tumor was gone, too.


This isn’t a fluke.

Many scientific studies have proven that cannabinoids cure cancer, like this one from 2015—yet most research has been suppressed or demonized:

“CBD [cannabidiol, the non-psychoactive component of cannabis] has been shown to inhibit the progression of many types of cancer including glioblastoma (GBM), breast, lung, prostate and colon cancer. This review will center on mechanisms by which CBD, and other plant-derived cannabinoids inefficient at activating cannabinoid receptors, inhibit tumor cell viability, invasion, metastasis, angiogenesis, and the stem-like potential of cancer cells. We will also discuss the ability of non-psychoactive cannabinoids to induce autophagy and apoptotic-mediated cancer cell death.” (3)


Here is Stan’s story in his and Barb’s words:

CULTURE EXCLUSIVE: Cannabis Cures Cancer - The Stan Rutner Story

When the treatment will kill you faster and more painfully than the disease, it’s wise to pursue better treatment.