28 Feb The Jaren Suber Story: Looking for the Cure to Pediatric Cancer in CBD
Jaren Suber used to be a kid like any other, until his parents received news that no parent ever wants to receive. He had Pineoblastoma, a rare pediatric cancer. His mother, Karen, has been managing any way she can over the last six years, but the cancer has been spreading. Karen is now looking at the cancer fighting effects of cannabis as a hope that something might help her son. She is not alone – there are thousands of terminally ill patients that are hopeful that medical cannabis will help them somehow. Cancer is one of the most terrible diseases we have because of how incurable it is. The only thing more tragic than cancer, is pediatric cancer. It gives a death sentence to children.
Yet, there is hope in Cannabidiol, commonly abbreviated to CBD. It has many proven links to fighting cancer. CBD does not make people high either, which further makes it suitable for treatments. There is no recreational use at all for CBD, which is why it is being accepted across the world as something that should be legal and available. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the part that has psychoactive constituent, and CBD contains negligible amounts of THC. CBD users can pass drug tests easily, because drug tests look for THC and other materials that make people high, which CBD does not. CBD has proven links to reduced cancer cells, though more research is needed. A major roadblock to research in the sector is that many states and countries have laws against research on medicinal cannabis. Rumor has it that such medicinal results will burden large pharmaceutical companies’ profit margin if proven scientific research is found from these properties.
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Karen Suber came to CBD companies for help, and she is not alone. With terminally ill patients even chemotherapy isn’t viable. Instead of losing hope, more and more people are looking into the world of medicinal cannabis for help. There are many companies working in this sector, and Karen chose to approach North American Cannabis Holding, Inc. (OTC:USMJ) because of their impressive ventures. North American Cannabis Holdings recently started a partnership with Puration, Inc. (OTC:PURA) because of their astounding product EVERx Cannabidiol (CBD) Infused Water. Both companies are going to introduce a whole line of foods and drinks that will contain CBD to fight cancer and other diseases.
There is hope for betterment, too. The state of Texas passed the Compassionate Use Act, which dictates that Texas will have to give 3 licenses for medicinal cannabis before September 2017. Many states have completely legalized medicinal cannabis, and we can expect it to be fully legal in the country within a few years. This will allow many more companies to step into the industry and research medicinal cannabis. Who knows, we may end up finding the tool we need to fight cancer properly.
Karen shared her story with the North American Cannabis Holdings company. Her son Jaren has even met President Obama and special thanks to Make-a-Wish Foundation for the kind deed. She talked about how she wants to see whether CBD can help her son. The CEO of North American Cannabis Holdings, Steven Rash, along with ML Capital Group (OTC:MLCG), provided Jaren and family with a free invitation to their platinum cannabis tours in Maui, Hawaii. Such tours will allow people to partake in medicinal cannabis in places where it is fully legal. We hope Jaren and many other terminally ill cancer patients in the world find the relief and cure they need in CBD.
Thank you for taking the time to read Jaren Suber’s Story. Their family is raising funds to assist with medical expenses. Your generous donation will be appreciated very much by visiting his GoFundMe account.
About the Author: Carlo Desierto is a serial entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in business startups. He has founded, built intrinsic value, and sold several companies in which he sits as an adviser for the Board of Directors. Carlo has interviewed over 200+ entrepreneurs and published mini-biographies for new digital media channels relating to entrepreneurship, health, self-help, futurology, and the green industry.