I can’t wait for the day when there are more options for cancer patients to treat their conditions. It was taxing watching my sibling go through chemotherapy, although we’re cheerful that he endured it to the end because he finally went into remission. But several people are not nearly as blessed as my sibling. There are an unlucky number of people who are resistant to cancer treatments. This is how my Grandfather eventually passed away after fighting lung cancer for over a decade. He had several treatments of chemotherapy over the years, but in the end the cancer became so aggressive that it was no use. If both of us could find medicines that entirely inhibit tumor and cancer growth separate from the debilitating side effects of chemotherapy, it would be an absolute game changer for new medicine. This is where a lot of cannabis research has headed in recent years after a learn showed potential for cancer cell reduction with the THC molecule. But THC is just 1 of roughly 150 cannabinoids that are found in various strains of marijuana. Some of the major cannabinoids that researchers are looking at are CBD, CBG, CBN, and CBC. While CBD has seen large success and acceptance since industrial hemp was legalized, the other major cannabinoids are still largely unknown to the general public. CBG is being studied as an antimicrobial with extremely promising results. The cannabinoid CBC is inhibiting tumor growth in the clinical trials and could be used for cancer treatment in the future. Between mental health regulation, pain reduction, antimicrobial properties, and cancer treatment, marijuana cannabinoids are poised to create a paradigm shift in new medicine and tools it has at its disposal.