From breast cancer to breast feeding, it appears that cannabinoids are undeniably involved in healthy breasts.

There are over 6 different pre-clinical scientific studies researching the effects of cannabinoids on breast cancer.

Cannabinoids are actually involved in breast cell processes — by blocking the progression of the cell cycle and causing apoptosis. One report states; “CBD represents the first exogenous agent thatcan significantly decrease progression of metastatic breast cancer cells.”

There are over 6 different pre-clinical scientific studies researching the effects of cannabinoids on breast cancer.

Dr. Christine Sanchez, a female researcher in Spain, was the
first to discover the anti-tumor effects of cannabinoids. Scientists compared the specific anti-tumor properties of 5 different cannabinoids and found that
CBD was the most potent anti-breast cancer substance.

Cannabinoids are actually involved in breast cell processes — by blocking the progression of the cell cycle and causing apoptosis. One report states; “CBD represents the first exogenous agent thatcan significantly decrease progression of metastatic breast cancer cells.”

The endocannabinoid system is intricately involved with the lymph system.

A healthy lymph system is vital for breast health and vitality. Lymph pathways and nodes are concentrated all around
the breast region and
serve to detoxify the breasts and body.

Our body stores up harmful carcinogens and toxins in the fat cells of the breast and delivers powerful immune agents called B & T lymphocytes through the breasts and body via the lymph system. Our lymph system is the vessel for our immune function.

Research has found that endocannabinoid signaling pathways may act as regulatory bodies in lymphatic tissues that limit spontaneous activation of immune cells.

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