Drug company earning multi-millions on MS med containing only 2 ingredients – THC and CBD ready to launch epilepsy drug this fall & now racing to develop CBD drugs for schizophrenia, #autism & other hard-to treat diseases. Continue reading On heels of FDA approval for its CBD epilepsy drug, GW Pharm continues focus on schizophrenia & other “incurable” diseases
“The literature is nearly unanimous in suggesting that cannabinoids and endocannabinoids reduce the progression of cancer in preclinical model systems,” Continue reading Research spanning multiple decades suggests cannabis as potential cancer medicine.
An “endocannabinoid deficiency” can lead to disease. Continue reading Waking up the cannabinoid system in our body
Studies out of Isreal, Italy, Spain, China, Germany and other European countries say that genetic deficiencies of the endocannabinoid system may be at play in severe headaches. Continue reading Migraines and cannabis
With an FDA nod to GW Pharma, the CBD-based anti-seizure medication Epilodex will be on the market before the end of 2018. First-of-its kind medical trial seizures in children with a rare, life-threatening type of epilepsy.
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Clues to the anti-headache mechanisms of cannabis can be found by looking at headache conditions that are relieved by reducing intracranial pressure. Dexanabinol, a synthetic cannabinoid, has been found to relieve intracranial pressure and improve outcomes after traumatic brain injury. In addition, a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of 26 patients found that a synthetic form of THC (Nabilone) was “significantly more effective” than Ibuprofen in reducing pain intensity. It was also suggested that the anti-vomiting properties seen in the treatment of nausea brought on by chemotherapy might also be effective in treating migraine. Copyright Notice ©CannabisFindings.com. 2018. Unauthorized use and/or duplication … Continue reading Man-made THC improves headache in clinical trials
more targeted treatments may help alleviate pain without dangerous side effects such as addiction.
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