In spite of her initial skepticism, Smith took a leap of faith that seems to have paid off in huge dividends. Two years after beginning treatment with cannabis oil, her stomach cancer is in complete remission and the last bits of cancer are just about gone.
Smith, who hails from Coventry, says that doctors predicted she had just six weeks to live when they first diagnosed her stomach and bowel cancer. Many of the tumors were deemed inoperable, and experts pushed her to try chemotherapy to extend her life. But, as is so often the case, chemo just made her condition worse: She developed sepsis and her line had to be taken out.
It was then that she learned some of her friends had been looking into alternative treatments for her — including cannabis.
Smith told the Coventry Telegraph, “When you’re told you have six weeks to live you’ll try anything, trust me.”
“I was a bit sceptical about the oil at first as I’d never taken drugs or anything like that – but I know I would not be here today without it. I want to tell everybody,” she continued.
“Cannabis oil should be legalised for medical purposes – people are dying and the chemotherapy isn’t curing them,” the cancer survivor contended.
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While Joy may have been apprehensive about cannabis oil initially, learning about other people who had success treating their cancer with it inspired her to be more confident. Soon, she saw her own results — which ultimately convinced her of the plant’s potency against one of the world’s leading killer diseases.
“I was taking it on and off. But when I’d been having it three to five times a week, the scans were getting better and then when I stopped taking it the scans showed no change,” she explained.
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