Benefits of Cannabis

Studies find CBD helpful in reducing various psychiatric and medical symptoms like anxiety, insomnia and pain in patients suffering from various conditions.
Medical Benefits of Cannabis
Cannabis has a history of medicinal use dating back to thousands of years. The word cannabis comes from the Latin word ‘charis’, meaning chariot. The ancient Greeks used it medicinally to treat numerous illnesses and addictions. Cannabis was widely used as an anesthetic for surgical procedures throughout the modern age, as it is an analgesic which calms the mind and alleviates muscle spasms.
Besides its therapeutic uses in medicine, it is also used as an aphrodisiac, a nutritional and flavouring compound, used to make poultices, and for food preparation in some Asian countries. These, along with the many other non-psychiatric indications, have made the medicinal use of cannabis possible for millions of people worldwide. The National Academies of Science in the United States have recently placed cannabis on its list of potential medications in the form of oral (BDSM) and topical (tinctures, lotions, etc.) applications.
Cannabinoids, which are the non-psychoactive components in cannabis, have been shown to have antioxidant effects, antimicrobial properties, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory properties, have neuroprotective effects and may reduce seizures.
Cannabis has also been shown to increase the number of white blood cells in the body and thus prevent the uptake of certain metals. The anti-depressant effects of cannabis have also been described as particularly effective in people with a history of mild and severe depression, and that’s why cannabis and products like CBD and hemp can help people feel better and you can find products like Synchronicity Hemp Oil to help in this area.
Cannabis is the most widely used illicit drug in the world. Amongst the 10 to 15 million users of cannabis, more than a billion people in this country consume it.
Not only is it an essential part of the whole ‘War on Drugs’, cannabis also has many other medical benefits. In addition to reducing symptoms of neuropathic pain (pain from nerve damage), it is also a potent analgesic. It has been shown to be effective in easing nausea and vomiting, and in reducing chemotherapy-related nausea and vomiting. This has been termed ” a neuroprotective effect.”
In the hospital environment, CBD has been used for the treatment of pain, neurological symptoms and neurological disorders including pain of multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, PTSD and muscle spasms.
While available research has found CBD to be effective in reducing some symptoms of AIDS, breast cancer and diabetes, the full effects of CBD are yet to be fully understood. Furthermore, the variety of uses of CBD is still being investigated, and there is no doubt that other potential uses will emerge.
BDSM use
Studies have shown that BDSM-prone individuals are more likely to use BDSM-related practices. People with a greater likelihood of BDSM involvement have also been found to be stronger and more adept at self-stimulating.
This study by Gaffney & Wallen in 2002 found that although BDSM was not a major predictor of polyamory, submissive participants (46%) were more likely than dominant (20%) and all non-submissive (40%) participants to engage in BDSM practices. This likely has implications for the psychobiological impact of BDSM. One study conducted by another group has shown that BDSM practitioners who are strongly attracted to their roles may experience elevated levels of relationship anxiety.

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