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Can Cannabidiol (CBD) Fight Metastatic Cancer? According to the latest research the answer is yes.
Date:9/21/2012

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In short, MJNA and its portfolio company, PhytoSphere Systems, currently produces non-THC, high quality CBD enriched Hemp oil that according to this story, may fight the most aggressive forms of cancers we know of today.

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According to the Chronicle article, when scientists first exposed metastatic cancer cells to Cannabidiol in a petri dish, "the cells not only stopped acting crazy but they also started to revert to a normal state. Both scientists were shocked…But they got the same results each time they did it."

"This article and the findings it reports just confirm what many have known, that Cannabidiol or CBD have tremendous health and wellness potential. We are pleased that our Dixie X line of products are available right now to patients who have an immediate need for CBD an
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