There are a few ways that cannabis may help those with spinal injury. While the herb will not heal you completely, it can provide strong pain relief in chronic situations.
In an acute situation such as immediately after a severe accident or a surgery, opioid pain medications are probably going to be your best option.
However, once you have recovered from the injury a bit, researchers have found that cannabis can improve routine pain management. Continue reading Cannabis & Injury: Can It Ease Spinal Pain?
The THC level in topical products tends to be far lower than that in smokable or edible products. Add that to the fact that applying a topical to the skin only allows it to break the skin/muscular barrier, but not enter into the blood stream. I have not seen any reported cases of positive drug tests from topical applications and the research supports this. Continue reading Marijuana Infused Topicals: Will I Fail A Drug Test?
Cannabis has also been shown to be effective in relieving muscle spasms and spasticity associated with a number of other illnesses such as irritable bowel syndrome, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) and PMS, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s Disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease), spinal cord injury and other nerve injuries, and may also relieve the bronchial spasms that cause asthma, though little formal research has been done on cannabis in any of these conditions. Continue reading Cannabis And Muscle Spasms
Home / Blog / Top stories Top stories October 12, 2016 by Mary Biles Share on: NEXT POST TWEET SHARE441 +1 Grandmother Phil Schwarz is a not woman to be messed with. When she found out that CBD might help with her painful rheumatoid arthritis, she wanted answers and she was determined to get them. Born in Scotland to Irish parents, Phil’s always been on … Continue reading CBD MADE ME PAIN FREE, NOW I’LL HAVE TO BREAK THE LAW TO GET IT
Not only do these results add to previous evidence suggesting that cannabinoid therapies may be useful in the treatment of pain (e.g chronic and neuropathic pain, as well as pain resulting specifically from osteoarthritisand rheumatoid arthritis) and inflammation, but according to the researchers, they also “provid[e] a neurobiological basis for analgesic effects of the CB2 receptor” (i.e. the effect of cannabinoid therapies on pain are unlikely to merely be a result of emotion regulation). Continue reading Study: Cannabinoid Use in the Treatment of Osteoarthritis Pain
Published on October 30, 2015 in Overall Health by Get Holistic Health “After nine months of taking two different forms of cannabis oil, one, a cannabis capsule infused with organic coconut oil around 10:30am and high THC oil about an hour before bed, dad was given the life changing report, ”No evidence of recurrent disease”. – Corinne Malanca (Stan and Barb Rutner’s daughter) Stan Found … Continue reading Elderly Man with Terminal Cancer Walks Out of Hospice after Treatment with Cannabis Oil
BAILEY RAHN One of the most common applications for medical marijuana is pain, whether it’s inflammation, headaches, neuropathic pain, muscle soreness,spinal injury, fibromyalgia, or cramps. Patients have seen varying degrees of success with cannabis in treating various pain-related ailments, depending on the type of pain, the intensity, and the individual’s own physiology. This guide is informed both by user-submitted strain reviews and chemical profile data, … Continue reading What are the Best Cannabis Strains for Pain?