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Should CBD still be considered as alternative medicine?


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  • #305191
    420SOS
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    <p style=”padding-left: 40px;”>With the development and acceptance of CBD we can find that more and more doctors and physicians are opening up to the medicinal benefits of cannabis in general despite all the false negativity spread around it.</p>
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    <p style=”padding-left: 40px;”>Could CBD be considered “regular” medicine ? Whatever that means… Are there any negative sides to CBD alone, I know cannabis altogether has some, allegedly, it’s all healthy to me</p>

    #305193
    420SOS
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    • I’m new so forgive me if I screw up posting
    #305206
    TimB
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    I think that there should be rigorous reproduceable peer reviewed research on the safety of CBD.  That being said, my guess is that it is safer than most “approved” over the counter medicines.

    Research on cannabis in general is STILL hampered by the insane federal scheduling of marijuana as a Class 1 narcotic.  Jimmy frickin Carter was in favor of the decriminalization of marijuana.  But, STILL! ALL OF THESE YEARS LATER, the federal standards stand in the way of full and effective research.

    #305212
    420SOS
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    Check this out, I’m sure is this type of findings that limit the development and proliferation on cannabis worldwide, please read the whole thing if you can and tell me if you agree:

    Last Updated on August 15, 2019

    Medical marijuana is pretty much the same product that is used for recreational use. The only difference is that in this context, it is taken for medicinal purposes.

    Marijuana has over 100 types of chemicals called cannabinoids. Of these, it’s Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol that have medicinal effects.

    Although the FDA only approves marijuana for the treatment of Dravet and Lennox-Gastaut syndromes, there are a handful of other conditions that it can be used to treat including Alzheimer’s, cancer, appetite loss, eating disorders, pain, wasting syndrome, and mental health.

    Unfortunately, despite its great medicinal benefits, cannabis also has a number of side effects that you should understand. Here is a low down of the worst.

    From:

    https://thcdetox.biz/blog/8-worst-side-effects-of-medical-cannabis/

    I only wish the benefits actually got the recognition they deserve

    #305213
    420SOS
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    <p style=”padding-left: 40px;”>You are right Tim, however I think big pharma is eventually gonna get is hands on it all the way and ruin it for the rest of us just how they’ve done with everything related to medicine transforming it into synthetic drugs that completely ruin humans</p>

    #305216
    TimB
    Participant

    The studies referred to as supporting the possibility that cannabis leads to depression, all could probably be interpreted, alternatively as:  Persons more likely to become depressed, are also more likely to use cannabis as a self medication.

    I agree that our system for approval of medicines is rife with profit motivated dysfunction.

    #305219
    420SOS
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    Loved this btw

     

    “I agree  that our system for approval of medicines is rife with profit motivated dysfunction.”

    #305249
    TimB
    Participant

    Thanks, I sometimes admire my own wordsmithing as well.

    #305667
    Nicky Shepard
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    CBD is now gaining popularity for its benefits for pain and inflammation. It can be used as a natural approach to pain relief. According to researches, it can give relief to the following types of pain; Multiple sclerosis (MS), arthritis, painful and swollen joints, fibromyalgia and headaches. For more details on CBD Oil and CBD Cream, visit us at Whole Family Products.

    #305690
    TimB
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    Nicky, Using the forums to market products is against the rules.

    #312942
    Zeth
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    Funny how prevalent it has become…I am eating my lunch reading this thread while two strangers sit down at a table next to me and are in mid conversation about CBD, where to get it, dose age, etc. The fact is, we don’t know why/how it works, it used to be believed that it blinded with the endocannabinoid system, but that has pretty much been debunked. It does alleviate seizures in a few forms of epilepsy, and has anecdotally been linked do reducing anxiety, pain and helping sleep, but this is very possibly due to the placebo effect. The problem is it’s very difficult to get govt funding to do studies on this. Cannabis is a natural substance and should of course be used in medical need. And once I was really curious how to get a medical card in california online. But I think smoking is the worst way for this movements supporters to show how great this plant can be. Vaping and edibles and topical (maybe; needs more testing but reports show it works) seems to be the most logical route to embellish and push as the best way to get this medicine.

    #313079
    Lausten
    Keymaster

    Some really stealth spam on this thread. But spam, spam, CBD and spam is still spam.

    #314944
    ninacolada06
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    hi mates… check this article on How Herb Grinders Enhance The Psychedelic Experience. this is the https://homegrowncannabisco.com/blog/high-class/herb-grinders-enhance-psychedelic-experience/

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