Anna Bragga Runs For Cannabis Oil

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Anna Bragga Runs For Cannabis Oil

Anna Bragga, proudly 47 years old, took the lead running this Sunday (April 7), literally, as she ran 10 miles on a course set on a loop around the streets of Sandy, Bedforshire of the UK.

Anna Bragga, proudly 47 years old, took the lead running this Sunday (April 7), literally, as she ran 10 miles on a course set on a loop around the streets of Sandy, Bedforshire of the UK.

Bragga started running recreationally, and aware of her talent for it, began to run in local raises. She got interested in running to raise money for local charities and causes, so she began the search for an organization that saw her vision.

She ran into a lot of charities funding either medical cancer research or cancer treatment. That’s when she really started looking into cannabis oil. Bragga knew of its benefits first-hand. She had known of multiple people with different types and degrees of cancer use cannabis oil, and she described that in some people (including one with a brain tumor), their tumors or cancerous cells “just completely disappeared.” The cannabis oil, she realized, clearly had an ability to recognize and kill cancerous cells (possibly by apoptosis, the process cells undergo when they recognize an error in a chromosone or elsewhere and destroy themselves in a healthy way).

Bragga passionately believes that cannabis oil should be legalised for medicinal use in the UK and worldwide, and as she looked into the many accounts of cannabis oil use, she became convinced that the medicine was a worthwhile cause.

The Dr. Hadwen Trust, a charity in the UK, funds scientific research by raising money and allotting it to scientific teams. Bragga found them and decided on the charity knowing that they only fund scientists who follow their guidelines, which forbid any medical project to conduct trial tests on animals (excluding consenting humans). They discussed the benefits and Dr. Hadwen Trust agreed to set up the fundraiser and even support the cause with funds of their own. Bragga was set.

On Sunday, April 7 2013, Bragga and hundreds of other Sandy residents took to the roads of Bedforshire running, starting at the Sandy Sports Centre, sweating their way up to Everton Village, heading South a mile to jog by Potton, swinging back up a ways to Gamlingay Heath, then making the last run back to the finish line, covering a total distance of 10 miles.

Bragga says she loved the race. She enjoys the experience of running in a race, “and it’s all for a great cause.” Dr. Hadwen Trust’s website is at www.drhadwentrust.org, and you can donate to Bragga’s cannabis oil cause directly from the site.