I would be grateful of any help with good CBD oil , a good friend of the family has terminal cancer and has been given 6 months to live.
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You're right that article is all a bit mixed up on the info it gave on Tamoxifen and CBD oil receptors. Dropping it under the tongue and vaping it doesn't make any difference, the receptors are not in the digestive system. The receptor they are talking about is an enzyme that is secreted by your liver - enzyme CYP2D6 is responsible for the metabolism and removal of approximately 25% of clinically used drugs. So any drug that you take by any means, meets up with the liver receptor enzymes eventually.
The 'conflict' they're talking about is how fast, or how slow a drug is removed from your system by this enzyme.
If you go to the wikipedia article on CYP2D6 you can see a list of all of the drugs that speed up or slow down based on these enzyme levels. CBD oil is down as an inhibitor, which means that using it would slow down the speed that Tamoxifen is removed from the body. I'd be more worried if it super speeded it up.
If you're at all concerned go have a chat with your local pharmacist about it, you could show him or her the article on CYP2D6 and ask him or her to explain it. My brother is a pharmacist and that's how I got my head around it all.
My take on it all is that it seems okay to take CBD oil by any means, drops or vape.
I believe there are already a number of serious studies into the effect of CBD and cannabis on cancer, so hopefully they'll work out whether it has any serious benefits in the not to distant future.
Here is a recent article about CBD oil followed by the website I've purchased from: https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/derby-news/grandmother-says-cancer-almost-gone-967552
I put a couple of small drops under my tongue so it absorbs quickly into the blood stream. I also vape it to get it into the blood stream. I read somewhere that there may be a conflict in the liver between tamoxifen and CBD oil trying to compete for the same receptors and the CBD oil may block the tamoxifen. Dropping it under the tongue and vaping it avoids it entering the digestive system and the liver processing it into the bloodstream, it gets in direct instead. I only read about the tamoxifen clash on one website which wasn't a particularly reliable source so it could be complete garbage.
Hi Zena so glad to hear you are clear of cancer , can you please tell me what oil you have used and where purchased from please? as i have been diagonosed with invasive breast cancer and would like to get some oil to shrink my tumour . your reply will be highly appreciated. thanks in advance
My name is Raya, I'm from Jordan
Just recently bought CBD oil for my mom who is fighting breast cancer.
Can you please email me how you used to take it?
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I see a lot of people using charlottes web. I am considering this, but have seen that it is very important to make sure that ratios are correct. In view of this - is it really safe to be taking? ER positive and HER2 receptive
Hi - I'm also confused about the labelling of CBD:
to a layperson what does this actually mean:
10ml = 500mg Whole Plant Extract >30% CBD = 150mg CBD (1.5%)
To me it's saying that in every 500mg of dried extract the cbd content is at or greater than 30%, thus in a 10ml bottle it's 150mg, and in a 30ml bottle it's 450mg cbd (3x 150mg).
But why does it indicate in brackets 1.5%? 1.5% of what?
And what is the carrier oil (if there is one)?
Am I correct in saying that a 10ml bottle contains an extract of cbd oil that is 30% strength but that it is mixed in a solution of a.n.other oil and is so diluted that the bottle contains now 1.5% actual cbd oil?
Clarification required to assist me through this minefield of purchasing please.