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Does cannabis cure? – Noun. 1. cure – a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieves pain; curative, therapeutic, remedy, treatment – care provided to improve a situation (especially medical procedures or applications intended to relieve illness or injury). Cannabis certainly fits the medical definition and can safely be described as a cure for many medical conditions. In a recent interview Thomas stated:
“There has been a huge progression in the United States with regard to medicinal cannabis use, although there is still considerable variation between states. In Europe there are still issues with denying access to natural cannabis based medicines, however, there is a gradual acceptance that the prohibition of a beneficial and organic medicine, that prior to prohibition was widely accepted as a treatment for over 100 separate illnesses, is no longer tenable”
Why Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil Has Become Popular
Cannabis infused coconut oil is an edible. Marijuana edibles are applied medically more often than smoking because more full spectrum cannabis can be packed into an edible than one can smoke at a given time.
Highly concentrated cannabis oil as originally introduced by Canadian cancer survivor Rick Simpson during the 1990s, is even more powerful. He once said that smoking marijuana makes much of its medicinal qualities go up in smoke.
But cannabis oil can be infused into butter or coconut oil to allow for easier consumption at higher doses than what smoking delivers. There are also ways to cook marijuana buds into coconut oil or butter without resorting to the oil.
More importantly, it stays in the body longer and is metabolized and distributed throughout the body’s endocannabinoid system’s receptors where it needs to be for those who are dealing with chronic pain, illness, or diseases such as cancer.
Most medical cannabis edible users take one dose in the morning and one in the evening, instead of having to light up and puff every couple of hours with less effective medicinal results.
Cannabinoids are fat soluble. So using a cannabis infused fat makes the cannabis more easily bound to cannabinoid cells’ receptors. The fat also helps maintain cannabinoid integrity with its passage through stomach acids, similar to liposomal supplements.
All our cell walls or membranes are fat (lipid) based. Cell membranes are vitally important because they separate the cells in the body from their outside world (“membrane”). Hence, fat, or lipids, is critical because it surrounds all of the cell membranes. Lipids allow for the exchange of nutrients. (Source)
The fats of choice for transporting cannabis have always been healthy whole saturated fats. It was once butter, which could be spread on toast or pancakes, but now coconut oil has replaced butter as the fat of choice because of its superior health qualities and easier digestion. Coconut oil is now considered the best transporter of ingested cannabis.
Coconut oil contains medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) or medium chain triglycerides (MCT). It is easily metabolized by the liver and converted into energy. The energy appears as ketones that insulin resistant cells can utilize for energy easily, especially insulin resistant brain cells among Alzheimer’s disease (AD) victims. Now some health experts label Alzheimer’s as diabetes 3.
There are several stories of dementia avoidance and reversals, even with Alzheimer’s disease, using coconut oil alone. (Source)
In addition to the easily digested fatty acids for complete absorption the body needs, which correspond to the lipid (fatty) cell membranes, coconut oil contains three essential vital nutrients:
Lauric acid: A highly potent anti-microbial capable of handling antibiotic resistant germs, and relieving the main source of stomach ulcers and Gastro-Esophogeal Reflux /Disease, commonly referred to as GERD, the Helico Pylori Bacteria. Coconut oil is approximately 50 percent lauric acid.
As a natural antimicrobial, lauric acid spares the “good bacteria” and is without side effects. It also contributes to lowering blood pressure.
Caprylic acid: This is an excellent natural anti-fungal which is a large part of coconut oil. Pharmaceutical anti-fungal drugs do deliver some nasty side effects; any short term positive results are impossible to maintain because of those side effects.
A Tufts University study determined that mice fed coconut oil reduced candida overgrowth by 90 percent without side effects. Candida is a silent plague spreading among us humans causing all sorts of fatigue, skin issues, and poor health issues as well as being a potential precursor to cancer. They recommended ingesting three or more tablespoons of coconut oil daily for treating candida. (Source)
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