Curing Diabetes with RSO?
- By RSO Team
- 17 May, 2020
As with the many diseases that pharmaceutical drugs do not seem to help, but slightly further harm the patients, marijuana has been proven to be a safe cure for people with diabetes (PWD). On the other hand, with almost 10% of the U.S. population suffering type 1 or type 2 diabetes, conventional prescription drugs are obviously not working.
Marijuana started being viewed as a viable treatment for diabetes when, in 2005, the American Alliance for Medical Cannabis (AAMC) published a research paper where it stated several benefits cannabis could offer to PWD. Among these benefits was the following:
- The stabilization of blood glucose levels.
- Marijuana’s anti-inflammatory properties can serve to curb the arterial inflammation joint among PWD.
- Anti-spasmodic agents that can help heal muscle cramps and gastrointestinal (GI) disorders.
- Acting as a vasodilator, cannabinoids help keep blood vessels open and improve blood circulation.
- Marijuana is known to control blood pressure which is vital for PWD.
- It can be used to make topical creams that would help relieve neuropathic pain and the tingling PWD experience in their limbs.
- It helps calm the Restless Leg Syndrome common among PWD, which would help the patient get better sleep. That is why marijuana use is recommended for PWD as a sleeping aid.
The positive effects of marijuana are not only the ones mentioned in the AAMC research paper. Other studies that followed confirmed further ways for how using marijuana oil can help PWD. A study that was published in the American Journal of Medicine in 2013 established the claim that cannabis could keep blood sugar levels under control.
Diabetic Treatment Without Side-Effects?
It added that from 4,600 men and women included in the study, marijuana users were less likely to develop obesity, which would help PWD with one of the side effects they commonly suffer and one of the direct impact of type 2 diabetes. Marijuana users on average score lower body mass according to body mass index (BMI) measurements, even though they tend to take in more calories. They also have higher levels of high-density lipoprotein or the so-called “good cholesterol” and smaller waistlines.
“The most important finding is that current users of marijuana appeared to have better carbohydrate metabolism than non-users. Their fasting insulin levels were lower, and they appeared to be less resistant to the insulin produced by their body to maintain a normal blood-sugar level,” - MURRAY MITTLEMAN, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
In 2014, the Natural Medicine Journal published a “summary of the promising epidemiological evidence” on the use of marijuana to manage the effects of diabetes. It verified the previously mentioned effects and added that marijuana use also led to lower levels of fasting insulin and insulin resistance.
The decrease of the former reflects healthy blood glucose levels, whereas the reduction of the latter prevents several chronic diseases and complications of diabetes such as heart disease. Then in 2015, researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which has been one of the first institutions to become interested in studying cannabis and where THC, the main component of cannabis, was discovered, released a new study stating further benefits. The study found that some of the compounds found in marijuana can be used for the treatment of various illnesses, including type 2 diabetes.
Can RSO Avoid Diabetic Neuropathy for People Suffering from Diabetes? Another complication of diabetes that marijuana was found to treat was Diabetic Neuropathy, which is clinically defined as “the presence of symptoms and signs of peripheral nerve dysfunction in people with diabetes after the exclusion of other causes.”
Diabetic Neuropathy affects 20% of PWD. Opioids and anticonvulsants have shown only 50% efficacy when it comes to reducing the pains of Diabetic Neuropathy but resulted in several harshly adverse effects. Marijuana, on the other hand, is looked as a safe treatment for this disease. Cannabinoids, which are found in cannabis, have shown high effectiveness in treating neuropathy-associated pain.
Can Rick Simpson Oil also Prevent Diabetic Retinopathy?
Diabetes also tends to put the patient in danger of developing Diabetic Retinopathy, which is a disease that affects the blood vessels in the light-sensitive tissue of the patient’s eye called the retina that lines the back of the eye. Among the symptoms of retinopathy are blurred vision, impaired colour vision, and, at more severe levels, vision loss. This disease is the most common cause of vision loss between PWD and has been for years the prime cause of vision impairment and blindness among working-age adults. Retinopathy is triggered by oxidative stress, and as marijuana has proven over the years to be a reliable treatment for glaucoma, it was shown to heal Diabetic Retinopathy.
Prevention is the Best Cure
Additionally, marijuana has been found to reduce the likelihood of contracting diabetes in the first place. All these complications of diabetes that a patient can cure by ingesting marijuana oil (or Rick Simpson oil) have become known and proven after a brief period of scientific interest in the use of cannabis and its derivatives such as Rick Simpson Oil. For the treatment of diabetes. Given the abundance of PWD testimonials and anecdotal evidence of marijuana’s ability to help people with diabetes, we are expected to discover more and more ways in which cannabis can help those suffering from this chronic disease.
Testimonials – Diabetic Patients using RSO
“I was diagnosed with diabetes a few months ago. My whole family has it, even my brother, who is two years younger than me. Coincidentally, one day I was at a friend’s house, and I saw a container with Rick Simpson Oil. I asked him what it was, and when he told me how curative it was, I gave him the benefit of the doubt and told him to provide a small sample. I kept using it for two weeks, and the increase in health that I experienced was too good to believe. I called my friend and asked him for the recipe for this oil, so he said and started using it regularly for a while. I had been prescribed drugs and was taking them, but suddenly I began to feel like I didn’t need to. I went to my doctor, and he said that I was practically cured of my diabetes. He was even more impressed than I was with the results. “ - RSO PATIENT
My father passed away ten years ago from cardiovascular disease caused by his severe diabetes levels. I knew that diabetes was hereditary, so I was always waiting for my turn. Four years ago, I was diagnosed with diabetes, and my case was becoming more fatal, and I felt that my heart muscle was growing week by week. So a friend of mine advised me to try Rick Simpson oil. I did a little research, and I read almost miraculous experiences of other people. But you know how someone would feel in that state about such optimism. I doubted it, but my despair still made me try. Just a week after the start of treatment, I was a little shocked by how I felt. I felt like I was growing backwards and getting back to normal again. I clung to it because I couldn’t believe how Rick Simpson oil transformed me and everyone around me knows they weren’t able to feel the difference, especially my wife and two kids who felt like they were going to lose me. A few more weeks and the doctor told me that I have become very safe with diabetes. I am grateful today to the person who advised me to use Rick Simpson oil. - ROGER, COLORADO
My husband had diabetes since he was 17 years old. He is now 42 years old. Throughout the period in which he always received his insulin shots, he passed from prescription to prescription. It was full of chemicals. The doctor warned him that he might be well on his way to kidney failure. He had diabetic nephropathy, and his condition was getting more and more severe day by day. I read an article about how marijuana oil could help cure diabetes symptoms, and there were statistics that people who used marijuana were less likely to suffer from these symptoms. I immediately decided to buy Rick Simpson oil, and I did take it three times a day. Within two months, it was as if he never had diabetes. He cured his kidney problem, and his blood glucose was kept s eight checks. Marijuana oil was even making him more relaxed, and his blood pressure stopped hitting the roof as it used to, which also helped him with diabetes. - JIM – BRENTWOOD, ESSEX
My journey with diabetes started at a young age when I was diagnosed at six. I have lived almost my entire life getting insulin shots and using prescription drugs that had begun showing some adverse effects on me since college age. I was never overweight, but I started gaining weight in college. It was all because of the drug, and I have never been so overweight. Then, a few years later, I started thinking that my vision was blurred continuously and that the colours were a little unclear for me. I checked my eyes and found that I had something called diabetic retinopathy, and I was told that if urgent care had not been taken, I could very well lose my sight, especially since I decided at such a young age. My brother had much knowledge of cannabis and how RSO was used to treat similar cases, so he told me he would need it. He made a batch week, I felt a gradual improvement in my vision, and my overall health was better than I could ever remember. I went for a checkup, and my doctor said that my blood glucose levels were in the safe zone and that my eye inflammation had healed entirely. I was also returning to my usual form after my weight had reached levels I had never experienced before. Thanks to Rick Simpson Oil, I didn’t grow up without my vision. - DAVINDER, LEICESTER
Summary – RSO for Diabetics
We have not known many people to pursue RSO for Diabetes, but there is a lot more interest and we have found that for many people it is a great alternative which not only works better than the medication they have been prescribed but it also works well without the many common, adverse, side effects.
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