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  • By Ossian004

    Alternative medicine are more accepted now a days due to it’s promising results unlike pharmaceutical medicine, alternative medicine don’t give negative effect such as kidney and liver problems when it comes to long term use. As for my alternative medicine usage, I use medical marijuana. Different strain has a variety of uses and effect depending on your needs. Like this marijuana strain http://www.ilovegrowingmarijuana.com/blueberry/. This strain has a very potent effect on chronic pains like back pain and joint pain and a lot more.

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  • By Margot Keymaster

    Hi @ossian004 thanks so much for your post – glad you are feeling better! For those looking for more information on medical marijuana for lung cancer these links may help: https://lungcancer.net/coping/marijuana/ https://lungcancer.net/living/medical-marijuana/

    Marijuana, or cannabis, and cannabinoids have been studied in clinical trials as a method for reducing or managing side effects of cancer and cancer treatment – we always recommend checking in with one’s doctor or care team before trying anything due to interactions and just differences by person! Many providers are open to talking about the potential of medical marijuana, and may have great insights into its potential for individual cases.

    Other natural / complementary / alternative therapies that may help during treatment are explored here: https://lungcancer.net/complementary-alternative/

    Thanks for being a part of our community and sharing!

    Best,
    Margot, LungCancer.net Team

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