The most important health benefits of cannabis

The most important health benefits of cannabis  essential oil include its ability to protect your skin, reduce stress and anxiety, improve the quality of sleep, boost appetite, optimize digestion, reduce pain, prevent certain cancers, and protect the heart health.

Cannabis Essential Oil
Health Benefits of Cannabis Essential Oil
o Relieves Anxiety & Stress
o Promotes Good Sleep
o Boosts Appetite
o Relieves Pain
o Prevents Cancer
o Improves Heart Health
o Skin Care
o Reduces Glaucoma
o Eliminates Headaches

Some strains of marijuana are rich in CBD

Through selective breeding, marijuana growers have been able to create strains with high levels of CBD. Some strains contain high levels of both CBD and THC, while others have little to no THC.

The most famous CBD-rich strain is Charlotte’s Web, created by the Stanley brothers in Colorado. Originally called “hippie’s disappointment”, the totally non-psychoactive strain was renamed in honour of a young girl named Charlotte Figi.
Figi’s parents used the strain to combat her severe seizures caused by Dravet syndrome, without the side effect of getting high.

Other strains that are high in CBD include: ACDC, Harlequin, Sour Tsunami, Cannatonic, and Jamaican Lion.

May Treat Seizures and Other Neurological Disorders
A 2014 survey conducted by researchers at Stanford University was presented to parents belonging to a Facebook group dedicated to sharing information about the use of cannabidiol-enriched cannabis to treat their child’s seizures. Nineteen responses met the inclusion criteria for the study: a diagnosis of epilepsy and current use of CBD-enriched cannabis. The average number of anti-epileptic drugs tried before using CBD cannabis was 12. Sixteen (84 percent) of the 19 parents reported a reduction in their child’s seizure frequency while taking CBD cannabis. Of these, two (11 percent) reported complete seizure freedom, eight (42 percent) reported a greater than 80 percent reduction in seizure frequency, and six (32 percent) reported a 25–60 percent seizure reduction. Other beneficial effects included increased alertness, better mood and improved sleep; while side effects included drowsiness and fatigue. 

Later in 2014, researchers reported on preliminary results of a study involving children with treatment-resistant epilepsies in an expanded access “compassionate use program.” Patients received a purified 98 percent oil-based CBD extract called Epidiolex, which is made by GW Pharmaceuticals. After 3 months of treatment, 39 percent of the 23 patients had more than a 50 percent reduction in seizures, with a 32 percent median reduction. These preliminary results support the animal studies and survey reports that CBD may be a promising treatment for treatment-resistant epilepsy and it is generally well-tolerated in doses up to 25 milligrams per kilogram of body weight. 
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