By: Gut Gains
“For relief from IBS and in my in my research he managed to come across the potential for success with cannabis CBD oil. He wanted to then look into what the differences between recreational cannabis and medicinal cannabis were. He wanted to have a look and see there was relevant research and studies that backed up these claims. The cannabinoids contained in the cannabis plant act on our cannabinoid receptors cannabis contains about 113 properties, two of which that are most common: THC and CBD. THC is psychoactive so it affects our perception, our mood consciousness, and behavior. CBD is not so, this makes it perfect for medicinal purposes. THC is known for its inducement of this sort of paranoia and anxiety. The studies show that when you’ve got plants that are higher in CBD they tend to nullify those negative effects and they also remove memory impairment. The endocannabinoid system is responsible for bodily functions such as sleep, the immune system, appetite, pain, digestion, and mood. It is seen as this sort of cure-all because it has an ability to affect so many various things in the human body.
Many people with IBS complain of abdominal cramping, diarrhea, and constipation. They also complain of other issues that tend to be related to the ECS the endocannabinoid system. This is why it might be considered to be deficiency of endocannabinoids so that when you introduce cannabinoids that replace them the symptoms lessen. It’s having a lot of success in treating the symptoms through beating this potential deficiency. There was a study done on rats where when this particular strain of bacteria was introduced. It induced the expression of cannabinoid receptors. This sort of demonstrates that there’s a link between the gut microbiome and the ECS. There are definitely people out there who have been success in treating the symptoms.”