Man With “Terminal” Lung Cancer Cures Himself With Cannabis Oil

Cannabis Oil For Lung Cancer

Using Rick Simpson oil, Miller began to take it concurrently with chemotherapy.

“And then today, which is seven months later, they tell me I am completely cancer-free–not remission. I’ve cured my cancer. Now, am I giving credit to the cannabis oil? Absolutely. Am I giving credit to chemo? I would have to say yes, too. I did both.”

The chemotherapy caused painful blisters on Miller’s hands and feet. Those are now completely gone, along with chemotherapy and cancer.

Watch the video below to hear Darren Miller’s experience with cannabis oil and lung cancer in his own words.

When the journalist asks Miller, “Why haven’t we heard of this?”, he responds:

“…the plant is free but you can’t grow it in your yard to save your life—you still have to buy it. I think personally over the last 70 years that I’ve been witness to one of the biggest genocides by the U.S. government because they’ve known this [cannabis cures cancer]…it’s been stigmatized since the ‘30s…The proof is out there.”

Miller plans to take a small dose of cannabis oil each day for the rest of his life to keep the lung cancer from returning or taking hold in other parts of his body.

This experience has changed Darren Miller’s life in every way. He now operates a compassionate cannabis outlet from his home.

A law-abiding citizen, he must be mindful of current laws surrounding growing and using cannabis. He makes small batches of cannabis oil for his own use and teaches others how to do so.

This is not a unique story. Regardless of the method by which cannabis is used, it is undoubtedly one of the most medicinal plants on the planet. Cannabis oil cancer research  has confirmed time and again that it can cure:

  • Cancers of the bowel, lung, bladder, brain, lymphatic system
  • Epilepsy
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Crohn’s and other immuno- gastrointestinal diseases
  • Chronic pain
  • Neurodegenerative disease

Once a cancer patient, Darren Miller is happy to be here and grateful to be able to say: