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Can CBD Really Cure


Can CBD Really Cure Cancer?

The Beginning Of Cancer

All life begins with a fertilized egg, whose cells divide again and again. This process of cell growth is an intrinsic part of the life of every human being, which must be meticulously regulated to ensure proper development of tissues and organs.

Once we reach adulthood, a large part of our cells stop this division process, however, other types of cells must follow this path to ensure the replacement of inefficient cells (i.e. blood cells, skin and intestine). Unfortunately, spontaneous mutations in one or more of our genes result in inadequate functioning in the cell cycle regulation machinery, in other words, an excessive growth occurs without cell control, forming malignant tumors.

This phenomenon is known as Cancer.

It is important to mention that the great majority of mutations that cause cancer are due to external factors acting on genes and tumor suppressor genes.

  • Physical or chemical agents called carcinogens.
  • Ultraviolet, gamma, nuclear and possibly electromagnetic radiation.
  • Various viruses, including the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) or herpes.

 Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of many cannabinoids in the cannabis plant gaining popularity in the world of natural medicine because it appears to offer the body many benefits. While there is some debate around the topic, some people suggest using CBD in the treatment of cancer.

Although it is too early to make any claims about CBD for cancer treatment, this compound may help manage symptoms that occur due to this disease or its treatment.

It is important to note that CBD is not the same as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is an active cannabinoid in cannabis that causes a “high” when a person smokes or ingests it. Researchers are also looking at the possibility of using CBD for treating anxiety and chronic pain.

While the initial results from small studies on cancer cells and CBD are promising, they are not conclusive.

CBD as a complementary therapy

The majority of the evidence available suggests that CBD and cannabis therapies may complement cancer treatment. CBD may help people with cancer by:

Stimulating appetite

CBD oil may help relieve pain and stimulate appetite.

Many people who are going through cancer treatment experience nausea and loss of appetite.

These symptoms can make it difficult for them to maintain a healthy weight.

Ingested cannabis that delivers THC and other cannabinoids to the bloodstream may help stimulate the appetite, but there is no evidence that CBD alone can have this effect.

Pain relief

Both cancer and its treatment can lead to pain. Cancer often causes pain due to inflammation, pressure on internal organs, or nerve injury. When the pain is severe, it can even become resistant to opioids, which are powerful pain relievers.

CBD indirectly acts on the CB2 receptors, which may help with widespread pain relief by reducing inflammation.

THC acts on the CB1 receptors, which may be helpful for pain resulting from nerve damage.


Cannabis and cannabinoids such as CBD may also be helpful for people with cancer who experience regular nausea and vomiting, especially when this is due to chemotherapy.

However, the antinausea effect appears to come from THC in cannabis, rather than from CBD. People looking to try cannabis to reduce nausea should prepare themselves for the potential psychoactive effects of THC in prescribed cannabis products and discuss them with a doctor.

Many people find relief from low doses of THC. Prescription versions of synthetic THC that have fewer side effects are available.

CBD for cancer prevention

Some people wonder about using cannabis or CBD to prevent cancer.

Can CBD treat cancer?

There are currently no large clinical trials that are investigating the use of cannabis or cannabinoids as a cancer treatment. Small pilot studies exist, but the research is still in its early stages.

In 2016, researchers noted that the use of cannabinoids shows promise in the fight against cancer. The authors found that cannabinoids seem to inhibit the growth of many different types of tumor cell in both test tubes and animal models.

However, they also noted that some dosages or types of cannabinoid might suppress the immune system, allowing tumors to grow unchecked.

Much more research is necessary to discover the possible therapeutic uses of cannabinoids in cancer treatment.

 If a person stops taking CBD, they may experience insomnia.

The cannabinoid receptors in the brain do not act the same way as many other drug receptors.

For this reason, there may be a lower risk of side effects.

Unlike traditional medications for pain management, there are no apparent lethal doses of CBD. This is because the drug does not affect the central nervous system in the way that opiates do.

However, the cannabinoid receptors are widespread in the body, so CBD affects not only the brain, but also many other organs and tissues.

Small-scale studies have found that people generally tolerate CBD well, but some individuals may experience mild side effects.

These include:

  • fatigue
  • diarrhea
  • changes in appetite
  • it may be necessary to speak to a doctor about using CBD products, as they can also interact with some over-the-counter aids and supplements. People should exercise caution when taking CBD alongside prescription medications that warn about possible interactions with grapefruit.
  •  Takeaway

While CBD does indeed appear to be a beneficial compound for many cancer symptoms, no scientific research suggests that CBD can be an effective cancer treatment.

Cannabinoids and cannabis itself may have their place as a complementary treatment in some cases, for example, for people who need help managing chronic pain and nausea.

People should always talk to a doctor before using CBD or any other compound during cancer treatment to ensure that it will not react with any of the medications that they are taking.

Potency Guidelines
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In general CBD oils distillate on 40%-50% CBD, therefore 1ml. will be 400-500mg. of CBD.



Milagro CBD oil labels are calculated after 50% CBD distillate.

This why a 5% (500mg. CBD) 10ml. has to be noted as 1ml. hemp oil extract.



5% (500mg. CBD) 10ml.

Serving size: 1 drop = 2.08mg.

9ml. Organic Hemp seed oil 1ml. Hemp oil extract



10% (1000mg.CBD) 10ml.

Serving size: 1 drop = 4.16mg.

8ml. Organic Hemp seed oil 2ml. Hemp oil extract



30% (2000mg.CBD) 10ml.

Serving size: 1 drop = 8.32mg.

6ml. Organic Hemp seed oil 4ml. Hemp oil extract



1% (100mg.CBD) 10ml.

Serving size: 1 drop = 0.42mg.

9.8ml. Organic Hemp seed oil 0.2ml. Hemp oil extract



3% (300mg.CBD) 10ml.

Serving size: 1 drop = 1.25mg.

9.4ml. Organic Hemp seed oil 0.6ml. Hemp oil extract