I used CBD in conjunction with chemotherapy treatment, but not with the hopes of shrinking a tumor.
While limited evidence in the petri-dish seems to support the fact that CBD and THC both encourage apoptosis of cells including cancerous, I'd certainly not forego standard care.
From the reading I've done it seems that those stories of cure or tumor eradication used very heavy amounts of CBD/THC of 1000mg or more every day for 60-90 days.
My usage of CBD was usually around 50mg per day and THC was probably only around 5mg some nights when I wanted a solid sleep. I still do use CBD mostly for the powerful anti-inflammatory properties it has. Of course in my mind I'm also thinking about the anti-cancer properties too. It was invaluable to me during treatment as I never became nauseated with the exception of the week that I didn't use CBD. It also did quite well in minimizing bone pain from the granix shots.
I had a few nurses suggesting use prior to treatment as well and thankfully took to it.
With CBD the stigma has absolutely zero merit as the CBD extraction is completely non-psychoactive.
You won't feel any shift of consciousness with it. Of course THC is another matter and both are derived from the same plant.
Best of luck to you Trying. I hope you receive positive results with your experimentation.
3/29/17 diagnosed CRC - 44 y/o Male
4/17/17 ULAR - Straight anastomosis - no ostomy.
Path: low grade T3n1m0 - moderate diff.
KRAS - NO, MLH1/PMS2/MSH6/MSH2 - Normal.
5/3 med port install
5/22 folfox - first treatment.
3rd treat, delayed - low ANC - reduced to 90% OXI
zarxio all treatments
Treatment 7 reduced to 75% OXI
Treatment 8-12 - NO OXI, just Luke and 5FU
10/20/17 CT- NED
3/18 Scope - Clean
7/18 CT-Scan - Clear, CEA 4.6
8/30 CEA 2.6
10/5 CEA 1.5