CBDQ is believed to be a cancer cell reducer after recent animal studies

It amazes me when I realize that cancer has been studied since the time of the ancient Egyptians, but yet we still have absolutely no cures for any form of cancer. That’s five thousands years of human development and evolution, and we still die from cancer at an astronomical rate. I have seen the disease take down many of my older family members over the years and it’s a horrifying sight to witness. You try to remember a person based on their best moments in life, but it’s hard when a disease completely overtakes them and alters their appearance before your eyes. Sometimes the decline is gradual but other times it can be sudden and completely unexpected. My uncle succumbed to lung cancer after years of drug addiction and smoking. The situation left both of my cousins without a father in their early childhood. Thankfully researchers are starting to look toward the cannabis plant for treating different forms of cancer. There are over 150 different cannabinoids in the marijuana plant, but some people think that THC is the only one. Although there has been research showing that THC can slow the growth of cancer cells, it’s not the only cannabinoid to do this. CBD is known to target and slow the growth of cancer cells in animals, as well as CBDQ. CBDQ is the CBD molecule with a quinone attached to it, and it naturally has a brown color at room temperature. The potential for cancer treatment and reduction is high, but more research needs to be done on CBDQ before that can be fully determined.