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Using Medical Cannabis as an Anti-Inflammatory

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A video that gets straight to the point, provides a shocking statistic that 1 out of 3 patients had no success in dealing with their anxiety and stress level. While trying to set their mood by music, the video highlights the healing alternative of Cannabidiol (CBD).

Many articles and videos are popping up about why and how cannabis can work well for treating inflammation in the body. Studies are suggesting that it’s to do with a communication system within the body that was only discovered a few decades ago. This system is known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS). It’s a system that isn’t communicating using electric currents but instead is run by chemicals. These chemicals are known as cannabinoids, which are found in the ECS and are also found in the cannabis sativa plant, the cannabis indica plant and even from the hemp plant. With the help of cannabis compounds and their relationship with compounds in the ECS, these could work together to treat a variety of medical conditions.

With current methods not working people are losing trust in the medical community, which is showing a lack of respect and compassion and patient management when it comes to anxiety and depression. In the video, it shows CBD is there to potentially fill the void and has an effect on the cerebral blood flow. CBD is being shown to lower the level of anxiety and stress in patients.

It’s fascinating to see there are many videos out there showcasing the benefits of CBD as future studies move forward. Videos like these help show the awareness of CBD and as more benefits are discovered. It is important to note, however, that medical cannabis and/or CBD (cannabidiol) is still in very early testings and the studies that have already been conducted on them need more evaluation and in-depth research.

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