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Cannabidiol (CBD) May Protect Neurons In The Brain
Spanish researchers study CBD's neuroprotective effects and find cannabidiol may protect neurons from oxygen deficits.
Cannabinoids Show Potential In Reducing Nausea
A recent Canadian study showed cannabinoids (specifically THCV and CBDV) aided in reducing nausea when treated in 10-20mg doses.
THC May Help To Reduce Damage In Patients With IBD
An article in Pharmacology explains that THC (and other cannabinoids) may help reduce damage and decrease inflammation in patients with IBD.
Physicians Recommend Cannabis For Chronic Pain
Numerous studies and physician recommendations have shown that cannabis therapy is an effective form of treatment for chronic pain.
Study: Smoking Marijuana Helps Fight Metabolic Syndrome
New study from The American Journal of Medicine reveals smoking marijuana is associated with 50% lower chance of developing Metabolic Syndrome.
Marijuana Found To Have Anticancer Health Properties
Cannabinoids Found In Medical Marijuana and Cannabis Offer Possible Treatment for High Grade Gliomas
Cannabinoids May Improve Bladder Function In MS Patient
A study shows CB1 (naturally occurring through Anandamide, similar to THC) may improve bladder function in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
Cannabis-Based Treatments For Multiple Sclerosis
Learn About Effective Cannabis-Based Medicines For Medical Marijuana Patients Living With Multiple Sclerosis
Cannabinoids Effective Against Painful Bladder Syndrome
A recent study concluded that cannabinoid receptor 2 (CB2, triggerable by THC and CBD) may treat painful inflammatory bladder diseases.
Cannabis May Decrease Pain From Multiple Sclerosis
A clinical study lead by the University of California showed reduction in pain from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in patients who smoked medical marijuana.