My grandparent’s cancer is one of my largest drives for starting Bee’s Canna Farm and journeying into alternative medicine. Most of my family (almost all) has passed away from cancer and I wanted to put an end to that curse. I was able to make cannabis oil for them improved their quality of life and end of life care. This oil was absolutely lifesaving for them.
My grandma was taking chemo and radiation and I started her on the oil immediately, because I knew of the benefits that cannabinoids have for reducing nausea/vomiting (N/V) associated with the chemotherapy (Tramèr, et al., 2001). Her wellness was significantly improved, and her N/V was eliminated almost completely.
She was telling her doctors about how she was feeling, and they were shocked to find out she has had no N/V throughout her whole sickness.
My grandma was scared she would get in trouble of the oil but told them anyway because of how truthful she was. She told them how much it helped her. I have been pushing for education and studying the health benefits of cannabinoids and the role it plays in human and animal physiology. My biggest goal is to push cancer hospitals to use cannabis for their cancer patients to improve their life and make them feel better while taking chemotherapy.
My grandma passed away a few days ago and two days after she passed, she received an email that they want her to participate in a medical study for using medical cannabis for cancer patients. Sick people are finally going to have legal access to a SAFE and EFFECTIVE form of medicine. This will forever change millions of peoples lives FOREVER! This was such an emotional email because she would have been so happy knowing that she was part of the change that we were pushing for. I love and miss her dearly, but we are finally making a difference, and God is listening!! Be the change you want to see in the world!
If you know anyone that is taking chemotherapy and is struggling financially, please send them our way. I would love to help out and this is the biggest drive in me starting this company.
*This information is for educational purposes only and simply sharing if the information pertained to this particular study. No medical advice or claims are being made.
Tramèr, M. R., Carroll, D., Campbell, F. A., Reynolds, D. J., Moore, R. A., & McQuay, H. J. (2001). Cannabinoids for control of chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting: quantitative systematic review. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 323(7303), 16–21. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.323.7303.16