Cannabis Research–The Researchers Paving the Way This article includes the bios of researchers: Dr Ethan Russo and his paper on ‘Taming THC” and the Entourage Effect Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, the Grandfather of Cannabis, the original structure of CBD and THC Dr. Sue Sisley, psychiatrist working on Cannabis and PTSD, and long term advocate Dr. Jeffery…
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Cannabis and Traumatic Brain Injury
This is a very comprehensive and informative article by Project CBD covering the always-changing information related to the protective and recovery applications of cannabis to stroke and concussive brain injuries. COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES FOR TBI A pathology as complex as a stroke or a traumatic brain injury can benefit from a multifaceted treatment regimen that encompasses a…
CBD and MRSA: A Testimonial
CBD and MRSA: A Testimonial with recipe https://www.projectcbd.org/medicine/cbd-mrsa-testimonial Quoted in the article: CBD anti microbial study 2008 https://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/np8002673 Manuka Honey study https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2016.00569/full
Univ New Mexico: Cannabis Flower Effective for Pain
Study Confirms Cannabis Flower Is An Effective Mid-Level Analgesic Medication For Pain Treatment https://scienceblog.com/509685/study-confirms-cannabis-flower-is-an-effective-mid-level-analgesic-medication-for-pain-treatment/ Using the largest database (n=20,000) of real-time recordings of the effects of common and commercially available cannabis products in the United States (U.S.), researchers at The University of New Mexico (UNM) found strong evidence that cannabis can significantly alleviate pain, with…
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Cannabis and Tinnitis: What’s New?
Cannabis and Tinnitis: What’s New? The research: https://journals.lww.com/thehearingjournal/Fulltext/2019/08000/Cannabis_and_Hearing_Care__Hearing_Loss_and.12.aspx The article: Treatment of Tinnitus with Cannabis- Is it Possible?
Harvard/NIH: Cannabis Derivative and Pancreatic Cancer Potential
Harvard/NIH: Cannabis Derivative and Pancreatic Cancer Potential, July 2019 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6663976/ Abstract: This study reports on a new non-cannabinoid, non-psychoactive derivative of cannabis, termed FBL-03G, with the potential to treat pancreatic cancer. In vivo results demonstrate therapeutic efficacy in delaying both local and metastatic tumor progression in animal models with pancreatic cancer when using FBL-03G sustainably…
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Why CBD Works Better With THC…
https://www.leafly.com/news/health/why-cbd-works-better-with-thc THC is TLC for your CBD The whole plant works better: The Entourage effect (synergy)…don’t forget terpenes 3 Studies: breast cancer, cancer pain, CBD inhibits THC paranoia, etc You don’t get high with microdosing You can find a wide range of THC to CBD ratios in a good dispensary
CBD Myths and Misconceptions
https://www.projectcbd.org/cbd-101/cbd-myths-busted From Project CBD: CBD is medical. THC is recreational. THC is the bad cannabinoid CBD is most effective without THC Single molecules are superior to whole plant medicinals CBD is not psychoactive Psychoactivity is an adverse side effect CBD is sedating High doses work better than low doses CBD is fully legal in the U.S.…
New Cannabis Research for Cancer Therapy (Canada)
PRECISION USE OF CANNABIS FOR CANCER THERAPY: FROM EPIGENETICS TO EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE https://www.med-cannabis2019.com/precision-use-of-cannabis-for-cancer-therapy–fro.aspx “We conducted rigorous testing of Cannabis strains using human cell cultures and 3D tissue models of healthy and diseased tissues. We analyzed anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties of Cannabis strains using global transcriptome profiling and an array of cell biology techniques. Specifically,…
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Managing Chronic Pain; European Pain Mgmt Federation
https://www.med-cannabis2019.com/position-of-the-european-pain-federation-efic®-on.aspx The quantity and quality of evidence are such that cannabis‐based medicines may be reasonably considered for chronic neuropathic pain. For all other chronic pain conditions (cancer, non‐neuropathic non-cancer pain), the use of cannabis‐based medicines should be regarded as an individual therapeutic trial. Realistic goals of therapy have to be defined.
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