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One way to reduce Cancer rates: Use Cannabis

One way to reduce Cancer rates: Use Cannabis.

There is a myth that cannabis is a cancer-causing drug. In reality the opposite is true according to Otago University NORML spokesperson Julian Crawford.

“Mainstream opinion has it that smoking cannabis is a cause of lung cancer. Yet strangely there are no cases appearing in our hospitals, except where the person also smokes tobacco. Eating or vaporising Marijuana eliminates all risk of lung damage. Furthermore studies undertaken by the Medical College of Virginia show that cannabis actually destroys cancer cells in laboratory tests,” he said.

Additionally…

“Cannabis can also play a strong role in helping a user avoid the social and environmental contributors to cancer. For example it generally makes the user more relaxed and less likely to get involved in stressful pastimes, such as jobs and other avenues of bureaucracy, which can only increase the risk of cancer. Those who do get involved are likely to cope better with the help of a little herb. Cannabis always facilitates a good laugh between mates, which has got to be healthy. It also makes the user more conscious of the natural environment and less content in smog filled cities. Also, It can often facilitate a preference for healthy organic food over mass-produced products that contain harmful chemicals,” he went on to say.

“So light up, feel good and get yourself a real daffodil to wear.”

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