The 2010’s and 2020’s have witnessed a dramatic interest in the potential of CBD (cannabidiol) for managing inflammatory diseases, such as digestive bowel problems, inflammation, oral treatments, ulcers, and relief from inflamed joints.
In many countries, cannabis has received more and more approval for a variety of conditions.
Some tests on animals have shown that cannabinoids have shown improvements in various inflammatory issues, these have seen to be working with the endocannabinoid system.Although the small amount of tests on humans have shown varying results, and have not shown efficiency, our best personal opinion here at CBDzine is that this is probably related to finding the right strain for the right inflammation. It would also appear that some people are claiming that medical professionals should be made more aware of any safety issues, and the particular efficiency of specific strains, therefore they would be able to keep their patients better informed.
Inflammation can be related to a number of things, including stress, environmental factors, and family history. Current medication are aiming to see this eliminated, therefore, depending on the information, maybe traditional Medicine might well work, but there does seem to be evidence that CBD has an effective response on inflammation, and have increased a patient’s quality of life without the need for hospitalisation, back to the point that medical professionals need to be better informed. However, do bear in mind that it’s not effective in all patients. Some people have said there are problems while they’re in remission from standard medicines, so there is a thought that maybe traditional medicine backed up by cannabis based medicine may increase the chance of a full recovery, or at least control the symptoms sufficiently so as the patient can live life fully.
Cannabis does offer a number of chemically active compounds, such as; cannabinoids (CBD), terpenoids, flavonoids, and alkaloids, and tetrahydrocannabinols (THC), the most commonly used in a medical context is the cannabinoids, the the THC is the compound that offers psychotropic effects, and is often used in a recreational context. There are over a hundred other compounds that may have positive or negative effects on a patient’s condition, these are sadly not researched enough at this stage. In the late 2020,s there does seem to be some basic knowledge of
A basic knowledge of the endocannabinoid system (ECS), something that should be considered essential to understand. ECS is something that everyone has, they are cannabinoid receptors. These endocannbinoids are naturally produced within the human body, and play the role of mediators for cannabinoids. This may be a complex system, but it is involved in regulating much of our mental and physical processes, including; pain, mood, appetite, stress, memory, things that can assist with the health of physiological processes, including the heart, gastrointestinal tract, reproductive system, bone, and inflammation.
It would seem that there are many studies that have proven an importance of CBD in controlling certain inflammatory problems. CBD receptors found within the endocannabinoid system appear to reduce inflammation. There seems to be evidence that the receptors found within this system have been effective in the reduction of experimentally induced inflammation.
There are many patients who, after being involved in tests in Spain, Canada, The USA, and other places, have said they use cannabis based medicines to relieve various symptoms of inflammation, abdominal pain, nausea, anorexia, anxiety, PTSD, and many other issues. In some cases, these patients have cited anywhere between 28% to 83% improvement.