Medical Marijuana for Cancer – Nausea and Vomiting



Patients with cancer report that nausea and vomiting are the most stressful side effects of chemotherapy treatment. Mara of San Jose, CA is one of these patients …


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  1. Hi Dr Patel, I recently started taking CBD Oil 4:1 CBD/THC in MCT Oil and after about 8 weeks my stomach got so sore/upset that I had to stop taking it. As soon as I stopped taking it my stomach got better. My supplier swears that the product is organic. I think I may have been taking too as I was taking 3 full droppers per day. I want to keep taking it because it has really helped with anxiety and pain management. Do you have any advice?

  2. My wife is a lung transplant patient and also severe acid reflux. As a result of her acid reflux and medications she has a constant problem with nausea when she eats. He doctor suggested using CBD to help with the nausea, but she does not know the proper dosage or use. She does not want to smoke or vape.

  3. Hi, I have testicular cancer and I'm about to undergo a month's Radiation. I'm not so sure what taking marijuana excessively means though. I haven't felt nausea from taking the oil. Or smoking it. In pretty high volume. I take about a gram of high grade oil per day

  4. Synthetic cannabinoids? Really!? The natural whole plant medicine is so much more effective. With all due respect, Mara has breast cancer and is experiencing nausea and vomiting. You address the issue with that but mostly with synthetic cannabinoids. What you did not address is the cancer and how it can be treated with medical cannabis; more specifically with Full Extract Cannabis Oil or FECO aka Rick Simpson Oil. FECO has all of the cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids that work synergistically within the body to heal.

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