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Medical Conditions That May Be Benefit From The Use Of Cannabis


Research shows that THC and CBD can have opposite effects when used to treat anxiety disorders. THC is linked to feelings of paranoia and anxiety, because it activates the amygdala area of the brain, which is responsible for fear. On the alternate, CBD counteracts such feelings from THC. Studies show that taking CBD on its own can lower – even eliminate – anxiety.


Marijuana has natural compounds called cannabinoids. When you use it, these cannabinoids go into your body and look for the receptors. They change how the receptors work, and they can calm down pain signals making cannabis a good candidate for relieving migraines and headaches.


Cannabidiol, or CBD, which does not have a psychoactive effect, has long been known as a potent anti-cancer agent. This is because of its ability to interfere with cellular communication in tumors as well as in its ability to instigate apoptosis, or programmed cancer cell death.


Studies have shown that medical marijuana can help treat post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms in even treatment-resistant cases. Cannabinoid receptors are located in various places throughout the body and brain, so both mental and physical symptoms can be altered with medical marijuana treatment.


Chronic stress has been known to reduce the production of endocannabinoids, which affect our cognition, emotion and behavior. The body naturally produces these compounds, which are similar to the chemicals in cannabis. Therefore using cannabis may be an effective way to restore endocannabinoid levels, thereby, alleviating some symptoms of depression.


CBD does not cause a “high” or pose the same type of risks that researchers have identified for THC, such as addiction and cognitive impairment. Rather, studies have shown that it can act as an anticonvulsant and may even have antipsychotic effects.

Cannabis for Gasrointestinal Disorders

Stimulation with cannabinoids has been proven to relax digestive muscles and improve intestinal motility, decreasing inflammation, cramping, spasms, and irritating chemical secretions that can occur in digestive disorders.