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Colorectal Cancer and Cannabis Oil

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Colorectal Cancer, also known as Colon Cancer or Rectal Cancer depending on where it starts, is when cells in these areas grow out of control. The Colon and Rectum form part of the Gastrointestinal system and make up the large intestine.


  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Blood in feces
  • Pain in abdomen
  • Vomiting
  • Fatigue
  • Inexplicable weight loss
  • Lump in the tummy

Should you be experiencing these symptoms please consult a medical professional.

Research and Testimonials of how Cannabis Oil can be used to help treat Colorectal Cancer

David Hibbitt's Story

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In July 2012 David Hibbitt, father of one, was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. David had chemotherapy followed up by surgery in February 2013. The cancer returned in his scrotum and was removed in June 2013.

The cancer then returned in his lymphnodes in December 2013 and this time it was terminal. In August 2014, after 3 months of chemo, he decided to take 1 gram of Cannabis Oil per week. He has been cancer free ever since.

A bitter sweet tale of Lindsey from Cape Town

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Within 48 days Lindsey from Cape Town, South Africa, was completely Cancer free. She was diagnosed with cancer in her colon on September 2012. After a few operations and several trips to the doctor Lindsey decided to take cannabis oil. After only 48 days she was completely cured.

Sadly, her colon and bladder were punctured during the reversal operation that would have removed the colostomy bag. The punctures gave way for a fistula. There was nothing that could have been done for her. She passed away on the 28th of May 2014.

During her ordeal with the cancer, Lindsey had the following to say:

"What I have realized through this experience is only I am responsible for my health and it’s up to me to heal my body…no doctor can do that. And no one knows what’s best for me…but me!and "If this story encourages someone in a similar situation to do the same, then my reason for writing this has been achieved!"

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