What risks does Cannabis cause?
There can be three types of consequences due to excessive and/or continued consumption of cannabis or any of its derivatives.
- Psychological complications
- Physical complications
- A motivational syndrome
Psychological complications: high doses can lead to the appearance of acute toxic psychosis, characterized by anxiety, paranoid delusions, or persecution and thoughts of suicide, it is usually accompanied by panic, paranoia, depression, and disorientation in time and space.
Physical complications: prolonged use can produce chronic complications that affect: the respiratory system, causing bronchial and lung irritation.
A motivational syndrome: the continuous and chronic use of marijuana has been associated with this syndrome, characterized by, apathy, easy frustration, loss of effectiveness when doing jobs, lack of concentration, and a false idea of high productivity. People with this syndrome tend to be less compatible and social with family and friends.
Name some Diseases that can improve with the Medicinal Use of Cannabis?
Diseases that can improve with the Medicinal Use of Cannabis are
- Multiple sclerosis
- G. Tourette syndrome
- Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory bowel diseases
- Nausea – Vomiting
- Anorexia – Cachexia
- Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome
- Chronic pain: neuropathic, metastatic, inflammatory
- Rheumatoid Polyarthritis
- Type I diabetes
- Hashimoto’s thyroiditis
- Chemotherapy side effects
- Radio accompaniment and chemotherapy
- HIV-AIDS and Sind. Consumptive
- Terminal stadiums
- Open-angle glaucoma
What is an isolated CBD and its benefits?
In scientific terms, an isolate is the purest form of a compound, which is produced by extracting it from its environment and isolating it from all other compounds. Therefore, isolated CBD is the purest form of CBD. It is produced by removing compounds from the plant, including terpenes, flavonoids, plant parts, and other cannabinoids.
Isolated CBD is usually extracted from hemp due to its low or nonexistent THC content.
Benefits of Isolated CBD
- The most concentrated form of CBD
- There is no risk of getting “high”
- Suitable for patients who have been recommended to take very high doses of CBD
- Indicated for patients sensitive to THC or other cannabinoids
What type of CBD should you use?
No cannabis oils better than the others. As, each individual has different needs, and this determines which of the types of cannabis oil is best suited for the condition being treated.
What is the difference between oil and other forms of Cannabis?
Other forms of cannabis are solid and are usually sold as resin, hashish, or the known dry plant material.
While commercially produced medicinal cannabis oils, the concentrations of CBD and THC tend to be well-controlled, which facilitates the calculation of doses of these substances and their use for special cases, such as diseases. So, it is common to see these oils being used to treat epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, and so many other clinical cases.
What is the best time of day to take your CBD?
Cannabinoids affect each person differently, so every person can take Cannabinoids at different time, that suits them according to their condition. So, the best time of day to take CBD will be different for everyone. Some people may benefit more from taking it before bed if they suffer from insomnia. Other people may want to take it in the morning because it helps to calm the nerves before they start working during the day.
Everyone has a different reason to consume CBD products, be it CBD Vape Oil or an edible variety of CBD. You need to think about the three main factors that influence when you take CBD.