The article focuses on how to use cannabis to treat diseases. In the third part we focus on liver fibrosis, alcoholism, diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis and autism.

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Cannabis and liver fibrosis

Currently, no states approve the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of liver fibrosis. However, research can change things. Medical journal Cell Death and Disease conducted a research that showed that cannabidiol (CBD) contained in marijuana causes a molecular response to liver fibrosis, which we will very simply explain as the suicide of unwanted cells. High CBD marijuana seeds can be found here .

This reaction between malignant cells and CBD is the key to stopping excessive accumulationliver tissue causing this disease, which ultimately leads to liver failure and patient death.

shockingly, liver fibrosis is the tenth most common cause of death among Americans. This disease affects the lives of over 400,000 Americans . The starting point can be just legalizing medical cannabis.

Cannabis and alcoholism

Several studies have recently been conducted on cannabis use as a drug for the treatment of alcoholism. Research has shown that in most cases cannabis administration helps  both for acute alcohol withdrawal and long-term alcohol abuse. If a person receives marijuana, the receptors in his brain are activated and triggered, helping with alcohol dependence.

It is a well-known fact that if a person stops drinking alcohol after several years of use, there is a high possibility of death. The research conducted (INSERM, Complutense University Madrid and CAD-Cannabis for Alcohol Dependence) showed that cannabis used during alcohol withdrawal protects brain neurons from cell death. If there is no protection, and this cell death occurs, it is what can ultimately lead to the death of an alcoholic.

Whats more, perhaps one of the most amazing things is that cannabis use can reverse and help prevent poisoningalcohol.Im not saying its a good way to go, get drunk and think Ill be fine if I smoke a few joints.

It can help, but its better not to try.


Cannabis and diabetes

Despite the ever-increasing amount of information on marijuana and its health properties that help to heal, there is very little scientific data on whether or not it is beneficial in the treatment of diabetes. There are many unofficial information that suggests that cannabis use can help stabilize blood sugar (because it reduces catecholamines and glucocorticoids-hormonestress causing stress).

Marijuana works as an anti-inflammatory treatment without the steroid side effects.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Tylenol and Aleve, however, cause liver or kidney damage. Therefore, the properties of cannabinoids are of great benefit.nt-size: 10px; line-height: 1.4em; ">Cannabis has another feature that is useful for diabetics, is neuroprotective. This means that it helps protect the nerves from inflammatory attack, reduces pain and helps relieve muscle cramps that many diabetics suffer from. Marijuana is vasodilator, promotes blood circulation and lowers blood pressure.

Similarly, when hemp is added to foods, it provides fatty acids. This is a great advantagefor arterial and cardiac health. VařeCannabis can be very beneficial for diabetics, also because it is much easier to prepare food at home than canned food from elsewhere.

We can also mix cannabis with aloe or emu oil to create a cream or balm against pain, brestless legs syndrome. ANDFinally, if a patient has a problem with hypoglycemia overnight, she can eat cannabis cookies (su) either before going to bed or immediately in the morning.

Cannabis and high blood pressure

Statistics in America show that 31% of the adult population suffers from high blood pressure , or hypertension. Those suffering from long-term hypertension may experience severe damage to the vascular wall, blood vessels and organs such as the heart, liver and kidney. A common manifestation of this hypertension is a heart attack.

Other dangers include brain aneurysms, narrowed blood vessels in the kidneys, and damaged blood vessels in the eyes, which can lead to permanent blindness. Long-term hypertension can also cause brain damage and memory loss. Cannabis should be considered an appropriate treatment for patients with high blood pressure and could save their lives.

Unlike many pharmaceutical companies that are commonly prescribed for high blood pressure, marijuana has little, if any, negative side effects. People with heart problems should not just use these often prescribed pressure-reducing drugs, but the problem is that many people with hypertension also have a heart problem. Yet all these drugs are still prescribed.

We know that the main factors contributing to high blood pressure are obesity, anxiety and insomnia.

In all three cases, marijuana has been shown to be an effective drug. By treating these symptoms we eliminate, if not completely reduce, hypertension.

Cannabis and Arthritis

According to common statistics, there are more than 31 million Americans who suffer from arthritis. This disease comes in two variants, both causing pain, swelling and limitation of joint movement.

Two types of arthritis: These two types of arthritis are rheumatoid, they are caused by a disorder of the patients immune system and arthritis of the bone, which occurs mostly in older people who have cartilage disruption. Both types can manifest themselves as chronicinflammation of the joints, usually due to injury.

Cannabis and Arthritis: There are many researches in this field that show that cannabis and cannabinoid drugs can be effective in arthritis as well as other degenerative joints, hips and connective tissues. Since all these diseases involve frequent attacks of extreme pain, cannabis helps fight it. It is particularly useful either alone or when used with other pain medications. Taking marijuana as a muscle and bone pain remedy, Western medicine has been documenting since 1700.

In addition to pain relief effects, cannabis also has strong anti-inflammatory and immune properties, which means that it could be a valid form for the direct treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases - including arthritis.

More than one source shows that the 2000 Chinese text defines cannabis as "destruction of rheumatism" . Human studies have confirmed data from rodent studies, and show that cannabis treatment is effective for rheumatoid arthritis, one of the conditions that legally permits medical marijuana in certain parts of the United States. In addition, patients using cannabis were able to reduce the amount.

Bottom line… medical marijuana can be beneficial for arthritis patients because:

1. Relieves pain associated with swollen joints and disrupted cartilage

2. It attacks a bad immune system that triggers arthritis

3. Relieves inflammation - current swelling

4. Has no potential harmful side effects

5. Has a long history and evidence that use is safe


Cannabis and autism

Unlike cancer or HIV, autism is not a specific disease, but a spectrum of mental disorders that may be the same symptoms as ADHD, or difficult to identify Asperger's syndrome. Nowadays, there is much information about the use of medical marijuana to treat autism, but this information is unofficial.

Parents of affected children claim that the use of cannabis helps relieve anxiety symptoms, relieve muscle tension, etc. However, earlier this year, American biotechnology company Cannabis Science, which develops pharmaceutical hemp products, has announced a partnership with UF4A-Non-traditional Foundation for Autismus.

The aim is to make Cannabis Science help the foundation build on its achievements so far, and to make cannabinoid treatment possible even with autism. According to UF4A representatives, eleven autistic children had positive results from cannabis treatment. But there are concerns that these children could become marijuana-dependent and could be exploited in the future.

This treatment is too young to determine long-term effects, whether they are positive or not.

The main idea is that the effects of medical marijuana on autism are being studied, and some children are showing this improvement. Time will tell if these improvements will continue.