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Antibacterial

Antibacterial

Bacterial diseases have evolved to handle pharmaceutical anti-bacterials that are commonly used to treat patients. The different anti-bacterial mechanisms seen in cannabinoids make cannabinoids particularly promising as a way of halting the spread of virulent infectious organisms.

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Inhibits cancer cell growth

Inhibits cancer cell growth

Cannabinoids activate specific receptors found throughout the body to produce pharmacologic effects that have the potential to inhibit cancer cell growth.

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Neuro-protective

Neuro-protective

Preclinical data recently published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation demonstrated that cannabinoids may spur brain cell growth.

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Promotes bone growth

Promotes bone growth

Cannabinoid ligands are CB1, CB2 and TRPV1 receptor agonists that affect the human endocannabinoid system. The skeletal endocannabinoid system plays a critical role in regulating bone mass.

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Reduces seizures and convulsions

Reduces seizures and convulsions

Multiple states have allowed the prescription of marijuana for the treatment of epilepsy. CBD oils have been effective in treating children with deliberating epilepsy.

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Reduces blood sugar levels

Reduces blood sugar levels

A study by the American Journal of Medicine found that active users of marijuana have a more productive carbohydrate metabolism.

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Reduces function in the immune system

Reduces function in the immune system

Those suffering from an autoimmune disorder will benefit from the calming effects CDB has on overactive immune systems.

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Reduces inflammation

Reduces inflammation

Medical researchers at Hebrew University in Jerusalem found that when Cannabidiol is metabolized, one result is the creation of an acid with potent anti-inflammatory action.

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Reduces risk of artery blockage

Reduces risk of artery blockage

CBD has been found to reduce the risk of artery blockage.

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Reduces small intestine contractions

Reduces small intestine contractions

Cannabinoids interact with the endogenous cannabinoid receptors in the digestive tract, which can result in calming spasms, assuaging pain, and improving motility.

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Reduces vomiting and nausea

Reduces vomiting and nausea

The intake of cannabinoids during fits of nausea can help relieve the symptoms.

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Relieves pain

Relieves pain

Research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows that cannabis can help people with chronic pain.

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Relieves anxiety

Relieves anxiety

Researchers at Vanderbilt University discovered cannabinoid receptors in an emotional hub of the brain in mice, which monitors anxiety as well as the flight-or-fight response.

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Slows bacterial growth

Slows bacterial growth

Bacterial diseases have evolved to handle pharmaceutical anti-bacterials that are commonly used to treat patients. The different anti-bacterial mechanisms seen in cannabinoids make cannabinoids particularly promising as a way of halting the spread of virulent infectious organisms.

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Suppresses muscle spasms

Suppresses muscle spasms

Cannabis is frequently used by patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) for muscle spasm and pain, and in an experimental model of MS low doses of cannabinoids alleviated tremor.

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Tranquilizing

Tranquilizing

Low doses of medical marijuana can cause a tranquilizing effect, calming patients.

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Treats psoriasis

Treats psoriasis

The positive reaction to MMJ treatments is thought to be due to the anti-inflammatory properties of cannabinoids and their regulatory effects on the immune system.

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Vasorelaxant

Vasorelaxant

CDB has been shown to increase ocular blood flow through its vasorelaxant properties.

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Aids Sleep

Aids Sleep

THC can significantly reduce the time it takes for both insomniacs and healthy people to fall asleep.

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Stimulates appetite

Stimulates appetite

The CB1 receptor is active in numerous areas of the body that are known to stimulate eating behavior, such as the hypothalamus and limbic forebrain, and also certain areas in the stomach and intestine.