In the Untited States, there currently exist only two approved treatments for cancer – radiation and chemotherapy. Despite the fact that multiple other treatments show a tremendous amount of potential and have a wealth of scientific data to back back them up, we never hear about them from the mainstream media or medical industry. Cannabis is a great example of this kind of scientific muzzling. A number of people have successfully treated their cancer with it, and there are dozens of studies which, for decades, have clearly demonstrated its anti-tumoral properties. Yet still no human clincial trials have been conducted.
To make matters worse, we are pouring trillions of dollars worth of financial incentive into treatment and drugs without ever stopping to consider whether they are truly worthwhile, or looking at what various people around the world are doing instead.
The documentary proposed below is one of many examples.
A staggering 50 percent of us (approximately) will be diagnosed with cancer in our lifetimes, and survival rates have not significantly changed. At the same time, the rate of rainforest destruction is huge, and apart from the hundreds of plant/animal species we are losing every day (you can read more about that here), 25 percent of the active ingredients in cancer drugs are found only in the Amazon, despite the fact that only 10 percent of its plants have been studied for their medicinal propertieies.
“Experts estimate that at the current rate of destruction, the last remaining rainforests will be consumed in less than 40 years. As the Amazan rainforest disappears, so do many potential cures.”
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The Sacred Science follows eight people from around the world, with varying physical and psychological illnesses, as they embark on a one-month healing journey into the heart of the Amazon jungle.
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"If “Survivor” was actually real and had stakes worth caring about, it would be what happens here, and “The Sacred Science” hopefully is merely one in a long line of exciting endeavors from this group." - Billy Okeefe, McClatchy Tribune