Cannabis May Stop Breast Cancer Spread
Scientists have considered that a compound found in cannabis, called CBD, may forbid breast cancer spreading to other parts of the body, and be a realistic choice to chemotherapy.
California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute does not counsel marijuana use among cancer patients.
Research institute commandeds it was unlikely that the right concentrations of CBD could be achieved through smoking cannabis.
By halting the activity of a gene called Id-1 and combats the disease , CBD is considerd to be responsible for the spread of cancer cells from the site of the original tumor -- a process known as metastasis.
The study found CBD had this bear on breast cancer cells in a laboratory.
Researchers are now affirmative that the compound can become an effectual -- and non-toxic --choice to chemotherapy.