27 Apr 2018

Cannabanoids in Health and Disease


Attached is an article downloaded from the following wedsite as a pdf file.


Hi Louise,I can add some personal experience. I consumed cannabis (smoked). Exactly 4 days afterwards a very hard die off reaction ocured, with porphyria, dizziness etc. I believe that it works as you suggest. Cannabis (CBD and THC) binds to some CB receptors within the cells and starts apoptosis. Chlamydia prevents the cell from going into apoptosis. Cannabis overrides the chlamydia and the infected cells go to apoptosis. Some people use it to cure cancer cells by the same mechanism. Most effective is a combination of CBD/THC, but THC is illegal in many countries. Legally, you can buy CBD oil and try it. If you search the web, you can find scattered reports of various peoplehttp://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=3427199Also, I experienced similar die off with GSE (grapefruit seed extract)So to sum it up, I believe that cannabis might replace metronidazole, because it is probably killing the persistent forms. If you experiement yourself, be careful, because the die off can be very hard and can come with a latency of several days. When I took cannabis, my die off came between day 4-10 as the cells went to apoptosis.