Cannabis oil cures man’s cancer after he was given 18 months to live.

Why REAL Cancer Cures are ALWAYS outlawed.

marijuana_01A 33-year-old father from the U.K. is completely cancer-free, but not because of chemotherapy or radiation. David Hibbitt’s doctors diagnosed him with a “terminal” case of bowel cancer that they said would kill him within 18 months, but he successfully eliminated this cancer on his own by taking therapeutic doses of cannabis oil at a cost of about $75 per month.

Initially opting for chemotherapy, radiation and surgery — and watching this all fail — Hibbitt decided to take control of his own health by researching his condition online. When he came upon information outlining cannabis oil as a viable treatment alternative, he decided to give it a go with amazing results.

According to the Daily Mail Online, Hibbitt went the cannabis route as a last-ditch effort when all else failed, and it turned out to be the best decision he could have made. As of January, medical scans show that Hibbitt is completely cancer-free, all thanks to the concentrated cannabis oil that he took from small vials provided by a local dealer.

“Friends had told me about cannabis oil and I dismissed it at first,” Hibbitt explains. “I’ve never been into drugs. But in February last year I was told I only had 18 months to live, and I felt I had to try everything I could. I felt like chemo was killing me and I had nothing to lose. I couldn’t accept I was going to die.”

‘Phoenix Tears’ grade cannabis oil saved David Hibbitt’s life by curing his cancer
Understandably hesitant due to the stigma that still surrounds this powerful healing plant, including its unjustified illegality in many areas, Hibbitt thought long and hard about his options before concluding that cannabis was worth a go, especially in light of the health damage he’d already undergone as a result of invasive chemotherapy.

He contacted a local manufacturer of high-potency cannabis oil, a therapeutic grade of which is commonly referred to as “Phoenix Tears,” and was able to procure the amount he would need for treatment. The result, he says, is evident in his now-clean bill of health.

“It gets you pretty high and knocks you for six, but it’s nowhere near as bad as chemotherapy,” he told the media. “The pain just seemed to disappear and it seems to have done the job. I just want to make other people aware that there are other options out there.”

Establishment threatened by natural cancer medicines like cannabis oil that cost a fraction of what conventional treatments run
One would think that Hibbitt’s amazing recovery from advanced-stage bowel cancer using natural cannabis oil would be the subject of international headlines, with health officials everywhere scrambling to end prohibition in order to allow people to grow and use their own healing medicines for minimal cost compared to chemotherapy and radiation. But this is far from what’s actually happening.

Like with most other natural cancer treatments, nearly all of which are outlawed in the U.S., cannabis oil is still regarded as “unproven” or even “dangerous” by the establishment, which would rather that cancer patients undergo poisoning than consume a healing plant with literally dozens of healing compounds found nowhere else in nature.

“We know that cannabinoids — the active chemicals found in cannabis — can have a range of different effects on cancer cells grown in the lab and animal tumors,” admits Dr. Kat Arney from Cancer Research U.K., at the same time citing the excuse that there “isn’t good evidence from clinical trials” to prove that these compounds actually help cancer patients.

But the proof is in the patients who’ve successfully used the medicine and experienced miraculous healing from it.

To learn more about Phoenix Tears cannabis oil and how it’s curing people of supposedly terminal illnesses like cancer, check out Rick Simpon’s information page:

Written by Jonathan Benson, staff writer for Natural News, September 1, 2015.

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