The use of cannabis as medicine for animals has been getting a lot attention in the medical, scientific, and pet owning communities. One of the potential uses showing the most promise is in the treatment of seizures. Does it work as well for pets as it does for people?Original Article
Month: October 2019
CBD Does Not Go Better with Coke
Late last year, Bloomberg reported that Coca-Cola was in serious talks to develop a CBD-infused beverage. High sugar diets, like those that include drinking a lot of sugary beverages, have been linked to a host of health issues. Does it really make sense to add CBD to the mix?Original Article
Using Cannabis to Treat Cancer
How close are we to an approved cannabis therapy for cancer? Medical cannabis science pioneer Dr. Manuel Guzman discusses the successes and challenges towards acceptance in the medical community.Original Article
Resources: Vaping Related Lung Injury
VAPING-RELATED LUNG INJURIES
Cannabinoids for Scleroderma
Two compounds that target the endocannabinoid system are currently in development to treat scleroderma – and they’re already in clinical trials. Pharmaceutical researchers have their sights set on developing a drug that bypasses CB1 while boosting CB2. Referred to as a “selective CB2 agonist,” such a compound would appear to have potential as a treatment for scleroderma.Original Article
Is CBD an Endocannabinoid Reuptake Inhibitor?
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Better Than Cannabis?
In recent years, cannabis has been at the center of one of the most important developments in modern science – significantly advancing our understanding of health and disease.