From studies and personal accounts, it can be said that consuming medical cannabis can have a positive effect on the human brain when in regards to alleviating pain. Some of those that suffer from serious illnesses such as; cancer, epilepsy, parkinsons and multiple sclerosis have reported that the ingestion of medicinal cannabis has either been responsible for the calming or relaxing of symptoms or soothing pain considerably.
However, there are also those who have reported little, to no change at all. The few studies that are available can be split between positives and negatives, so it is important to continue extensive studies on the subject.
This paper will review cannabinoids therapeutic potential in treating chronic pain.
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The revealing of cannabinoid receptors and their cannabinoids raises the question mast as to the nature of the impacts produced by cannabinoids on brain cells that control pain and whether endocannabinoids produced by the brain serve organically to change the amount of pain. A massive chunk of work displayed that cannabinoids can reduce pain in many different types of experiments in people with chronic pain.
However, at normal doses, cannabinoids were found to suppress motor behaviour, which messes with the receptiveness of behavioural therapeutics since a motor response is the endpoint of nearly all such research. The results of this study showed that cannabinoids reduce the malignant neurotransmission in the spinal cord. The impacts can be cured by receptor mediation by specific cannabinoids
Overall, it was found that cannabinoids can have a therapeutic value in humans. The discovery of cannabinoid receptors and endocannabinoids indicated that cannabinoids play a massive role in the nervous system, with one possible action being the changing of pain sensitivity. This has made people have a new found intrigue in cannabinoids therapeutic properties.
It is now clear that cannabinoids specifically reduce nociceptive neurotransmission, synthetic cannabinoids are just as good as morphine when it comes to potency and efficiency, and last but not least, the impacts are altered by the actions on the spinal cord. Cannabinoids have been seen to demonstrate a positive effect on people with chronic pain.