Cannabinoids in cancer treatment: New Ultimate Cannabinoid Blend

I can personally attest to the benefit of Cannabinoids – both for myself (Dr Andrew), and my dog Tula.

Both Tula and I have been in training for a marathon (the Boston Marathon which happens next Monday), and ALL that running left both of us limping.

It just so happens that we have worked on a new cannabinoid supplement that is very beneficial for pain and inflammation, so the 2 of us were great test subjects.

It’s called Dr Jones’ ULTIMATE Cannabinoid Blend for Dogs and Cats, and I can happily say that it worked GREAT!

I seriously tweaked my knee, Tula got a little too excited chasing a squirrel, and we were BOTH limping around the house.

But after 2 doses of this new Cannabinoid Blend, I felt SO much better, and Tula seemed fully recovered after 12 hours.

Think of it like CBD on steroids 🙂

Definitely worth a try for pain/inflammation

Dr Jones’ ULTIMATE Cannabinoid Blend for Dogs and Cats 

Cannabinoids for Cancer: A Promising Alternative

A recurring topic in the medical field is the potential use of cannabinoids in cancer treatment. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant, known for their therapeutic effects, such as pain relief and anti-inflammatory properties. The most famous cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), along with others like CBC, CBG, and CBN.

Recent research highlights the role of cannabinoids in targeting and inhibiting tumor growth. Studies suggest that cannabinoids can induce cell death in cancer cells while sparing healthy cells, making them a promising option for cancer treatment.

A review study in the Journal of Association of Basic Medical Sciences noted the importance of the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in various physiological and pathological processes. It stated that cannabinoids could interact with the ECS or other cellular pathways, affecting disease development, including cancer. In cancer patients, cannabinoids are mainly used in palliative care to alleviate pain, relieve nausea, and stimulate appetite. Additionally, numerous studies have shown the antitumor effects of cannabinoids in various cancer types.

The study concluded that cannabinoids are a significant class of compounds with therapeutic potential for various diseases, including cancer.

Introducing Our New Cannabinoid Supplement

Dr. Jones’ Ultimate Cannabinoid Blend for Dogs and Cats: A Full Spectrum Cannabinoid supplement in 100% Organic Cold Pressed Hemp Oil, containing:

  • CBD (Cannabidiol): Supports the musculoskeletal system, maintains a normal functioning immune system, and may have anti-tumor properties.
  • CBC (Cannabichromene): Anti-inflammatory, pain-reducing, antiviral, anti-tumor, and bone-growth-stimulating properties.
  • CBG (Cannabigerol): Known as the ‘mother of all cannabinoids,’ it has potential benefits similar to other cannabinoids, including pain relief, inflammation reduction, anxiety and depression relief, and possible tumor growth inhibition.
  • CBN (Cannabinol): A non-intoxicating compound with potent antibacterial properties, effective as an appetite stimulant, and neuroprotectant.

Find out more about Dr. Jones’ Ultimate Cannabinoid Blend here.

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3 thoughts on “Cannabinoids in cancer treatment: New Ultimate Cannabinoid Blend”

  1. It’s 2am.& time for me to get my big Tank off the couch and catch some Zzzz’s. I will return tomorrow,please send me your book.Im very interested. Have a great night,thank you for everything!!

  2. Thank you again for all of this information. I will pass it on to my son. I had to take my grand fur baby girl to the veterinarian on April 15,2024. She was having some blood in her urine. But she had already emptied her bladder,so when the techs tried to get a urine sample no luck. They did a scan of her bladder,kidneys and heart. After the the urine test was a flop. The x-rays showed a couple of “spots” one was at the kidneys and the other was on top of the bladder,urthera connection. Pepper is 14 years old,spayed female,mixed Jack Russell & Beagle. Her dad was at work,and spoke with the veterinarian on the phone. We left with pain pills and a few hundred dollars less. Nothing for the bladder or bleeding. Palliative care and six months.

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