How Cannabis Oil Works to Kill Cancer Cells

April 2, 2015 -

By extension, Biochemist Dennis Hill shows how cannabis interacts with the body’s immune system. He describes in details how the active ingredients in cannabis react with the body’s own cannabinoid receptors which activate a metabolic pressure on damaged or diseased cells. When people suffer from physical injury or illnesses the compromised cells send a signal to the endocannabinoid system to bring healing in the form of exocannabinoids. The body’s CB1 receptor, which is the signalling system, matches the cannabis strain called Sativa, while the CB2 receptor, which is the body’s immune system, matches the strain called Indica. Learn more about cannabinoid receptors here.


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