Taking on Bladder Cancer with Cannabis

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Approximately two and a half years ago I was diagnosed with stage 1 bladder cancer after having experienced blood in the urine and slight pain when urinating. Non-invasive surgery followed using a catheter, this was called a trans urethral resection.

Two years went by without a problem and then blood appeared again in the urine followed by another resection in December 2012. This was followed 2 months later (Feb 2013) by another to cauterize excessive bleeding and I was advised by the Urologist that the tumour was quite invasive.

In the meantime all sorts of scenarios passed through my mind including the finality (physical) of euthanasia because the thought of bladder removal and leading a healthy life as an invalid was not very appealing to me.

Anyway, after the second operation in February the Urologist recommended chemotherapy and then after the third operation changed his mind to radiation therapy.

However, with several years of experience researching the antics of government legislation, in particular Big Pharma, I decided to use an alternative natural treatment — cannabis extract oil — that I had read about from the website of Rick Simpson.

See Rick Simpson’s story in the documentary Run From the Cure below:

Well, fortunately, I live in Guatemala so growing the plant was not a big problem. In fact, I have 4 more plants growing now from which I will extract the oil.

In addition to taking cannabis oil, I decided to juice one meal a day and stick to an almost complete vegetarian diet with no processed sugar or salt.

The idea of juicing seemed to be common sense and as I had tried it years ago in Mexico I started in earnest after the last operation.

So for the last couple of months I have been ingesting the oil twice a day, as well as juicing carrots, chard, beets, apples. and lemons once a day. I have also tried the leaves of the sour-sop tree steeped as a tea and am trying to determine a good daily dose as it appears to be very strong as it resulted in a slight bladder irritation.

I feel generally well with good appetite, I have no internal bleeding now for about 2 weeks, but still some pain on urinating. I have confidence that my alternative treatments will serve me well.

Follow my alternative cancer treatment journal at my blog. I would be pleased to answer any questions.

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1 Comment on "Taking on Bladder Cancer with Cannabis"

  1. Michael Hozey | March 4, 2017 at 6:50 pm | Reply

    I’ve had the TURP and a radical cystectomy. I’ve now been told chemo is my only option. I’d rather not have chemo because the quality of life. My question: Does CBD oil treatment have a better quality of life than chemo and how does it compare with chemo success? Thank you in advance.

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