A new studyp ublished in the journal Current Opinion in Rheumatology is suggesting that Cannabis could be an effective treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis. According to the researchers, “an increasing number of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are using cannabis to treat their symptoms…cannabinoids could be a suitable treatment for RA.” The researchers emphasized that more research needs to be done looking into the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD.
Some doctors are prescribing cannabis for the problem. If this is something you suffer with but want to grow your own instead and you’d like assistance to make sure you go through the process legally and the right way, please contact us about acquiring a licence and we’ll help you through the process every step of the way.
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Dr. Benjamin Caplan, a family physician and cannabis specialist, told Forbes that he has helped thousands of seniors use cannabinoid therapies to treat arthritis. He is one of a few examples, but a lot of the time, conventional doctors still refuse to prescribe it, even here in Canada.
“I have patients with mild joint pain that can be satisfactorily addressed with a topical cannabis treatment,” Caplan said. “Others are nearly incapacitated, taking multiple medications for incomplete relief, and welcome any additional option that will help them cope with the pain and anxiety associated with their condition, and improve their quality of life.”
Caplan explains that researchers were only beginning to learn how cannabis is able to relieve pain safely and effectively. This is also emphasized by the study linked above.
Just imagine if the same resources poured that are poured into studying and making prescription medications were also poured into studying Cannabis? We would know so much more.
There is also already sufficient evidence suggesting that cannabis can help with bone health, and perhaps even speed up the process of repairing broken bones.
Here is another study that concluded :
These studies demonstrate transdermal administration of CBD has long-lasting therapeutic effects without psychoactive side-effects. Thus, use of topical CBD has potential as effective treatment of arthritic symptomatology.
The only issue we see here is that government and big pharma weed may not be normal. It is most likely genetically modified, As CBC news reports, “Cannabis producers, biotech firms and drug companies, along with the law firms who represent them, say genetic engineering — a controversial technique pioneered in agriculture — will allow companies to patent genes synthesized from cannabis, potentially unlocking billions of dollars in new investment and creating jobs.”
You can read more about that here.
There are also other issues, like how it’s grown, what’s in it, heavy metals and the pesticides used. Again, the only way to know is to GROW YOUR OWN! If you want to start the process under Canada’s ACMPR to grow as much as you need legally, click HERE to begin and we will guide you through the process.