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Cannabis tincture

Cannabis tincture is useful for consumption for medicinal purposes. To consume the tincture of cannabis, we must first know the dose you need in this always recommend to be very careful, not everyone can consume the same way, for it is important to consult a specialist doctor in cannabis or topics of an expert staff on these issues. (Please never …

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Cannabis use is associated with lower insulin resistance and a reduced risk of diabetes

Despite the increased appetite and caloric intake, according to a representative survey cannabis use is associated with lower fasting insulin levels, reduced insulin resistance and lower waist circumference. This is the result of an epidemiological study conducted among 4,657 adults conducted by researchers at the University of Nebraska, College of Medicine, Omaha, Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health at …

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Do cannabinoids cure cancer?

Cannabinoids, active components of cannabis and its derivatives exert palliative effects in cancer patients by preventing nausea, vomiting and pain and appetite stimulation. Furthermore, these compounds inhibit the growth of tumor cells in laboratory animals (mice and rats). However, at the moment there is no solid evidence that cannabinoids, whether natural or synthetic, can effectively cure cancer patients, but around …

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Cannabis is an alternative to medication for ADD / ADHD (hyperactivity attention deficit)

We tend to think of children with  ADD / ADHD (attention deficit disorder) but adults also suffer from this ailment, and cannabis is still a potential option for treatment. In fact, it could make adults affected more productive, according to a study presented at a conference in September in Italy by Dr. Franjo Grotenhermen and Dra. Eva Milz. Typically, these …

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Cannabis can cure cancer

Today we are invaded the dreaded cancer. It seems a plague. Many of them caused by our environment, chemicals around us, and the consumption of processed foods, are experiencing positive scientific findings fortunately for many cancers. A new study claims that non-hallucinogenic parts of the cannabis could be processed in a potential and effective drug against cancer. The tests were …

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Do cannabinoids inhibit cancer growth? (Anecdotal evidence in humans)

As mentioned above, basically all the research to show whether cannabinoids can cure cancer has been done in the laboratory. It is therefore important to be very cautious in extrapolating these results to real patients. Anecdotal reports on the use of cannabis have been historically useful in providing clues about the biological processes controlled by the endocannabinoid system and the …

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Cannabis as a treatment option against bone fractures

A new study has discovered a new medical application of non – psychoactive component of the plant: the healing of bone fractures. The research, conducted in mice, found that the administration of the cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD), which represents around 40% of its extracts isolated from tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the major psychoactive component, could significantly improve the healing process of the femur …

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Cannabis as a treatment for epilepsy

As we are demonstrating the scientific advances in research on cannabis, CBD (cannabinoid component of cannabis which differs from THC not be psychoactive and having greater concentration of therapeutic properties) is a substance that is giving very good results in patients with epilepsy. Products such as CBD oil or other extracts derived from this substance are already legal in the …

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