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Active clinical studies looking at the medicinal application of cannabidiol. Just head on over to ClinicalTrials.gov for a current listing of studies that are in process. A search of PubMed. gov, a database of scientific studies and reviews maintained by the US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, will yield over 500 such papers alone. In the world of CBD research, things are moving and shaking! Sol CBD’s New Cinnamint & Natural Tinctures!
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Research from 2016 onward has focused heavily on taking a deeper dive into neurodegenerative diseases like ALS, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, Alzheimer’s, and MS. Several studies have looked at CBD’s role in mitigating the symptoms of, and even reversing, dementia. Dementia is one of the most debilitating and hard-to-manage symptoms across several neurodegenerative diseases. The neuroprotectant qualities of CBD are being looked at not just in the context of neurodegenerative diseases, but also as possible prevention and treatment of stroke.
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The broader uses of CBD to treat addiction are becoming clear, too, with research looking at CBD’s effects on opioid use and withdrawal, alcoholism, cannabis use disorder, and cocaine addiction. Some study has also looked at CBD’s effect on reducing craving and withdrawal symptoms in general.
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The same is true of psychiatric disorders, a wide umbrella that includes schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and depression. Several studies have looked at CBD as an antipsychotic medicine, which would make it useful for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. CBD is also being looked at as an effective way of combating anhedonia, which would help patients suffering from depression find happiness in activities they once enjoyed doing. New formula of Sol CBD Infused Herbal Balm.
New and Exciting Areas of Research
There continues to be a huge push in looking at CBD and seizure disorders, with lots of preclinical work still being done and research moving into more and more human clinical trials. PTSD and fear-based memory are areas of interest at the preclinical level, as are diabetes, inflammatory bowel conditions, neuropathic pain, and nausea.
There are also clinical trials looking at CBD’s ability to counteract the effects of long-term THC use, like memory loss and depression. Research is also looking at the effects of early adoption of heavy cannabis use on adolescent brains, and how CBD might help mitigate damaging effects. There is a flip side to every coin, and while it’s important to look at the positive effects CBD might have on the human body and disease, it’s also important to understand how cannabis might negatively impact us as well.
On the horizon, there are exciting new preclinical studies looking at how CBD might treat conditions like endometrial and cervical cancer (there are lots of cannabinoid receptors in the female reproductive system!), panic attacks, and a pediatric form of cancer called neuroblastoma. Italian researchers are also proposing an expanded understanding of the endocannabinoid system that they are calling the “endocannabinoidome,” which includes the family of endogenous cannabinoids and other active compounds that act like endogenous cannabinoids, along with all receptors they interact with (not just CB1 and CB2) and the enzymes that create and break the compounds down.
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The science behind how cannabis works with our own natural endocannabinoid system is fascinating and complex. Because cannabis has such widespread effects throughout the body at the cellular level, it can provide a level of deep healing that is, according to Martin Lee, “way beyond symptom relief, it’s deep healing.” For a deep dive on the science of cannabis and CBD, check out Green Flower Media’s CBD Summit, an online video resource where Lee explains the mechanisms at work and how cannabis heals at the cellular level.
However, generally speaking, THC is found in much higher proportions in cannabis, and CBD in much higher proportions in hemp.
In fact, THC often dominates the chemical makeup of cannabis, and in recent decades, breeders have worked to increase the amount of THC in strains across the board. Today, strains average in the mid-teens as far as the percentage of THC content, with the strongest strains clocking in the mid to high twenties. Compare this to 40 years ago when the THC content averaged about 5%! But in today’s booming cannabis industry, a plethora of products with varying amounts of THC and CBD are available.
How THC Works in Your Body
THC binds with the specialized cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2 receptors) that make up the endocannabinoid system. It has a much higher affinity for the CB1 receptors, particularly those in the brain. It works by imitating the effects of anandamide, a neurotransmitter produced naturally in the human brain that modulates sleep, appetite, and pain perception. THC also works with CB2 receptors in the peripheral nervous system, metabolic tissue, and immune system, where it acts as an anti-inflammatory.
According to a 2016 study by C. Walter et al., THC decreases signaling between the sensory part of the brain and the emotional part. This reduces the overall experience of pain by disconnecting the sensation of pain from its emotional impact. This is important because it is the emotional aspects of pain that are tied to a person’s sense of self. There is also increasing evidence that THC itself can be an anti-cancer agent by destroying cancer cells, limiting tumor growth, and aiding the body in tumor detection.
Effects and Common Uses
As mentioned, the high associated with cannabis may produce a variety of effects that lead to an altered sense of time and space, enhanced appetite, impaired short-term memory, feelings of happiness, and occasional drowsiness. In low doses, THC has shown promise for its ability to reduce some pain and muscle spasms, stimulate appetite, and help reduce nausea (among many other benefits) with a safety profile that pharmaceuticals can’t compete with. Each of these effects vary greatly depending on who is using it, their age, how much they are using, how they are using it, and how often.