This site is for people who wish to exchange information about Medicinal Cannabis Therapy.
On the site you will find lots of detailed info, from the preparation and the application of the therapeutic qualities of Cannabis through to the potential treatments for a wide array of currently puzzling medical syndromes including, (but not limited to), chronic pain, spasticity, cancer, seizure disorders, nausea, anorexia, and infectious disease that remain challenges for 21st century medicine.
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Pubmed is an accredited Gov web site that keeps track of all the medicinal scientific tests and research. they have 14,325 scientific research papers to date 1.10.2015 related to cannabis.
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Cannabis has many medicinal qualities.
Medicinal Cannabis therapy is 100% safe.
There is no record of any death or, permanent symptoms caused by cannabis, anywhere on the whole planet, through out, all of recorded history.
Medicinal Cannabis Therapy has withstood the age old test of time. Tried and proven.
Cannabis is a herb.
Cannabis contains hundreds of pharmaceutical compounds (Turner et al. 1980).
Herbalists contend that poly-pharmaceutical herbs provide two advantages over single-ingredient synthetic drugs:
1. therapeutic effects of the primary active ingredients in herbs may be synergized by other compounds.
2. side effects of the primary active ingredients maybe mitigated by other compounds.
Hash Oil is the active ingredient in all cannabis medicines, except root extracts. Hash oil is plant resin, produced on the surface of the plant leaves and flowers. It is a poly-pharmaceutical, composed of mostly cannabinoids, terpenes and flavinoids.
What is the difference between Hemp Seed Oil and Hash Oil?
Hempseed Oil is produced inside the hemp seed and is very low in THC.
Hempseed Oil is 80% essential fatty acids, mostly omegas 6 and 3, which make it the optimal nutrition and moisture protection for the layers of the skin, our largest organ. It is a poly unsaturated fat, with long molecule chains that enable it to penetrate the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous layers of the skin and deliver medicine locally. It is considered to be hemp oil when there is less than .03% THC the psycho-tropic element in cannabis which has the most medicinal qualities. Hempseed Oil is fragile, susceptible to heat, light and oxidation. It should not be heated at high temps and always stored properly for freshness.
Produced on the surface of the flowers, leaf and stems of the cannabis plant.
Hash Oil is rich in THC, CBD and other cannabinoids, which all have medicinal qualities.
The levels of these compounds depend on the strain, plant management, climate and processing.
Terpenes are also extremely important to effective medicine, they are the building blocks for certain vitamins, pigments, resins, essential oils and cannabinoids. They also interact creating a range of different smells, qualities and effects. There are over 120 terpenes produced by cannabis, some alter permeability of cell membranes allowing in more or less THC, others affect serotonin levels and dopamine chemistry.
Combined, the cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes found in cannabis, have natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties designed to fight infection, from pimples to cancer.
Cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids have regenerative effects on body tissue. Stopping the progression of skin sores while repairing and protecting skin from herpes simplex, fever blisters, eczema, psoriasis, acne, hemorrhoids, dandruff, from dry chapped skin and any condition up to third degree burns.
The anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmotic properties of Cannabis help with swelling, bruising, muscle and joint pain, cramps, strains, contusions, headaches, and migrains.
Analgesic qualities help patients deal with the pain associated Arthritis, Tendonitis, Carpal Tunnel, Neuropathy, PMS, Fibromyalgia, Diabetes, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatism, and many movement disorders.
Neurol protectant qualities are essential for brain cell protection from seizures, trauma or even binge alcohol consumption.