Cannabis use is associated with fewer invasive procedures and shorter hospital stays in people who’ve been hospitalized for Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Researchers have discovered that cannabis is frequently used to alleviate diarrhea, abdominal pain, and loss of appetite caused by inflammatory bowel disease.
Several clinical trials are planned or underway to assess the effectiveness of THC and CBD in treating these conditions, such a Crohn’s and colitis.
CBD may protect against negative side effects of too much THC.
A new study suggests that “extremely low doses of THC may provide a safe and effective treatment for cognitive decline in aging humans.”
Experimental research shows that cannabinoid receptors are increased in areas where lesions have formed in the brain.
more targeted treatments may help alleviate pain without dangerous side effects such as addiction.
The potential healing properties of cannabis extracts are becoming increasingly evident as scientists seek new and better treatment for diseases involving just about every system and organ in the body. Studies and clinical trials in the hundreds of thousands have been conducted or are underway. Continue reading What scientists know
This website provides the most recent scientific research on the proof and potential of cannabis to treat medical conditions.