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
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
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.
Extracting cannabinoids in preparation for liquid chromatography (LC) analysis. The cannabis plant makes most cannabinoids, like THC, CBD, and CBC, out of CBG-A. CBGV-A appears in the plant much more rarely, and forms similar cannabinoids, except they only have 3 carbon tails (c3), instead of the more common 5 carbon tail (c5). These 3 carbon tailed cannabinoids are referred to as ‘varins’, such that the … Continue reading THCV: The Sports Car of Cannabinoids
The benefits of legalizing medical marijuana are many—but few would expect that reducing the probability of obesity would be one of them. RELATED: WHAT MARIJUANA DOES TO YOUR METABOLISM Researchers at San Diego State University and Cornell University found that states that legalize pot experience a “two percent to six percent decline in the probability of obesity.” The counterintuitive study was recently published in the … Continue reading Here’s What Marijuana Does to Your Weight
Marijuana also known as cannabis, used as a psychoactive drug in all countries around the world refers to extract from the the hemp plant Cannabis sativa. It is the third most common recreational drug and used by 81% of all drug users in USA. Beside its numerous physical effects like lowering of blood pressure, dizziness, increased appetite, dry mouth etc. marijuana has long been reported to relieve symptoms of nausea, pain … Continue reading What THC Does To Asthma – Marijuana Patients Organization
Rick Simpson Rick is the guy that originally worked out how to use cannabis against cancer when curing his own skin cancer. He then tried (without success) to take this medicine to the Canadian authorities after curing hundreds of people of cancer. They raided his house and tried to prosecute him. Concentrated cannabis oil made in this way is now known as Rick Simpson Oil. … Continue reading 12 Medical marijuana miracles you should know about