Class B drug could be cure for cancer as tumour cells ‘disappear’

A woman's cancerous tumour has appeared to vanish thanks to her usage of cannabis oil, scientists have revealed.

The unnamed 49-year-old was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in September 2018 as medics have claimed that the class B drug could play a important part in cancer treatments in the future.

Medics said that the woman's chances of survival were "poor" following scans that showed the tumour had spread to her bones, liver and lymph nodes.

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Despite the lack of progress, doctors continued to treat the tumour with chemotherapy as well as monoclonal antibody drugs.

Following the growth of the tumour, the woman began adding cannabis oil into her treatment plan.

Alongside the cannabis oil, the woman also began micro-dosing magic mushrooms from November 2018.

In miraculous fashion, by January 2020, the cancer had appeared to have vanished, according to doctors who treated her.

Despite stopping the chemo at that point in her treatment, she had continued taking the cannabis oil and mushrooms, which are both class B drugs in the UK, however, low doses of the former is legal.

The woman returned to testing in September 2020 where there was still no sign of the cancer.

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The patient had remained free of cancer for 18 months before the cancer unfortunately returned in June 2020.

Receiving chemotherapy as well as retaking her doses of cannabis oil and mushrooms, the tumour had "stabilised" by October 2021.

This particular case suggests "a strong possibility" that cannabinoids and psychedelics could play an "important role" in cancer treatment, according to UK and US researchers.

The researchers also said that there was evidence to suggest the "withdrawal of the cannabinoid and psychedelic therapies may have contributed to the return of the cancer".

According to scientists, there is a growing list of evidence that suggests the cannabis might have some benefits when it comes to cancer, despite them not being able to explain why.


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