Cannabis use for sciatica & chronic low back pain

Phytocannabinoids have been extensively used throughout history for various therapeutic purposes, particularly analgesic. It is well established that activation of the Endocannabinoid system reduces pain sensationat central and peripheral levels. [4] To deepen your understanding of this topic, you can read our review “Endocannabinoids are the body’s analgesic” here. Continue reading Cannabis use for sciatica & chronic low back pain

Comprehensive Study Finds Cannabis May Treat Various Diseases, Particularly Headaches

After performing the study, researchers found that; “The literature suggests that the medicinal use of cannabis may have a therapeutic role for a multitude of diseases, particularly chronic pain disorders including headache. Supporting literature suggests a role for medicinal cannabis and cannabinoids in several types of headache disorders including migraine and cluster headache, although it is primarily limited to case based, anecdotal, or laboratory-based scientific research.” Continue reading Comprehensive Study Finds Cannabis May Treat Various Diseases, Particularly Headaches

The United States government needs to remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act or be forced to relinquish patent no 6630507.

Talk To The 6630507 Hand The “Talk to the 6630507 Hand” Anti-Propaganda campaign was created by Amy Bourlon-Hilterbran and launched in Colorado, August 2016. No. 6630507 is the number for a US government patent. Just one of the many patents on cannabis that the United States government has held. But this particular patent proves not only that cannabis is medicinal but also that it is non-toxic … Continue reading The United States government needs to remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act or be forced to relinquish patent no 6630507.

Medical marijuana for Diabetes ……… Really?

LIKE By Rosemary Black Reviewed by QualityHealth’s Medical Advisory Board Cannabidiol, a non-psychotropic substance found in marijuana, may actually prevent an eye condition that leads to an all-too-common complication of diabetes. The complication, of course, is diabetic retinopathy. It’s the growth of abnormal, excess blood vessels in the eye that leads to retinopathy. But Gregory Liou, Ph.D., of the Medical College of Georgia has found … Continue reading Medical marijuana for Diabetes ……… Really?