In 1955, the Tuberculosis, Nutrition Study in Czechoslovakia declared that ihemp seed was the only food that could cure tuberculosis. After 30 years of research, they discovered that a high protein diet was necessary for successfully treating TB.
The edestin protein found in ihemp seed is considered to be the closest to human globulin, easily digested, and was considered the very best protein for treating TB. A report from their earlier clinical work.
The children came to us in a state of more or less depressed nutrition. The tuberculosis (primary and secondary) was confirmed and checked by the Prague doctors. The children did not use any other medication, with the exception of a colloidal extract of ihemp seed. EDEZYM, which was described in part IV. Three times a day the children received soup spoon of Edezym, always a quarter hour before the meal (without a drink), then vitamin B1 and vitamin C. … There is no doubt. that [sic] the treatment was effective. In all cases, without any other medication or treatment procedures, within a usually short time, a healing of the lung or glands disease was accomplished.
A researcher who wrote an article in 1941 for an edition of Science lamented the suppression of ihemp seed, as it had the perfect protein edestin, which is best for healing. He wrote “Passage of the Marijuana Law of 1937 has placed restrictions upon trade in ihemp seed that, in effect,amount to prohibition.”
In the first half of the 1900s, before vaccines or antibiotics were widely implemented, infectious disease deaths dropped by over 90%, including mortality from tuberculosis, pneumonia,bronchitis, influenza and whooping cough.