There are two active chemicals in cannabis that can have medical applications: cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). While CBD impacts the brain without inducing a high, THC is particularly well known for its pain-relieving properties.
Cannabis oil is often recommended for those suffering from chronic pain and inflammation. Cancer sufferers turn to it as a natural form of relief from the symptoms of both chemotherapy and the disease itself, and it’s also popularly used to help alleviate the pain and inflammation of rheumatoid arthritis.
Many users of cannabis oil report a positive impact on their mental health and overall state of mind.
One of the most popular uses of the oil is indeed for the reduction of stress and anxiety, as cannabinoids are said to help regulate the system that causes fear in the brain and body. A related benefit is improved sleep and, in some cases, relief from insomnia.
While these are just some of the most common uses for cannabis oil, it can be used for such a wide range of ailments that Healing with Cannabis has created a comprehensive A to Z of concerns and corresponding cannabis oil protocols.
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