In the world where one in 10 people are suffering from asthma and the situation deteriorates further in Low and medium Income countries, surely asthma has emerged as one of the biggest threats to world of medicine and health. Even with so many advancements in medicine and technology Asthma still remains incurable and can only be managed with lifestyle alterations. However, some recent studies, which involve use of cannabidiol (CBD), have brought a ray of hope.
CBD oil has been popularly used on animals for quite some time due to its effectiveness and safety. As many people may already know CBD oil works by activating the cannabinoid (CB) receptors in the human body (among other receptors). These receptors are responsible for regulating appetite, pain, mood and memory.
There has been a lot of speculation over this topic which we will cover and go over some of scientific research which has been uncovered. More specifically, whether there is a correlation between smoking weed has and the development of gynecomastia (man boobs), the effect that smoking weed has on male health, testosterone levels and the analysis of the research.
Research has also shown that more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year, with children occupying over 40%. If you suffer from allergies then you can understand that this can cause great discomfort and cause many to look for different options to fight this sometimes life threatening condition. One of the ways to combat this condition is through the use of cannabidiol (CBD).
Most of us have experienced red eyes during allergy season but what about bloodshot eyes from consuming cannabis. It is a simple question with a complicated answer because cannabis is a complicated plant. This article will cover why you get red eyes after smoking weed and few tricks on how to get rid of it.
Marijuana is a natural product. It comes from the Earth and it has many beneficial qualities for us. It helps us relax, can help deal with anxiety and more. A big reason for this is the fact that our bodies have several weed receptors that allow cannabis to help us both physically and mentally.
These days, more and more people are incorporating the use of cannabis into their sex lives. This is majorly due to the aphrodisiac effect that cannabis has. Despite popular culture associating sex with chocolate and oysters, cannabis, which has now been legalized in Canada, has started to receive more attention than ever.
Back pain is a common ailment that affects close to 540 million people worldwide according to WebMD analysis. The good news is there is an effective alternative to pharmaceuticals in cannabis and this is increasingly becoming more recognized and recommended by medical professionals. So whether it is chronic back ailment or occasional aches and pains there may be a cannabis strain that can help to relieve the symptoms.
Prior to legalization, opponents to cannabis stated it was a gateway drug that was bad for you. The irony was that those same opponents usually drank alcohol and had no problem with it. The truth is that alcohol is worse for you than cannabis and taking cannabis can have several health benefits for you.
Over 70 million American suffer from insufficient sleep, insomnia, or other sleep disorders according to the American Sleep Association. With many people going through sleeping disorders, there has been a rise in the number of people using cannabis to treat this disorder.