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How Can Cannabis Relieve Different Types of Pain?

How Can Cannabis Relieve Different Types of Pain?

While many people use cannabidiol to relieve pain, more scientific research is needed to be sure it is safe. Understanding cannabidiol can help overcome the stigma associated with it.

Cannabis sativa, the Latin name for marijuana, is an herb that has been used for thousands of years to treat many different symptoms. It's also one of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine (an alternative therapy). The active ingredient in medical marijuana, also known as medical cannabis, is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). 

Medical cannabis is known for its ability to stop seizures, calm pain, and eliminate anxiety. It can also aid people with less well-known but not uncommon conditions, some that last a lifetime. 

What Is Medical Marijuana Used to Treat?

Depending on the source of information, there are dozens of symptoms, as well as diseases and conditions, which can be treated and improved using medical marijuana. 

Cannabis is known to relieve pain, but pain can appear for a variety of reasons which makes choosing the right cannabis product difficult. Knowing which cannabinoids (e.g. THCCBD) have been shown to treat different pain types is useful information.

Among the symptoms that some believe may be relieved are:

  • pain
  • nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
  • improving appetites for cancer and AIDs patients
  • reduction of pressure in the eyes
  • depression
  • cramps
  • panic attacks
  • itching

Among the diseases it might be used to treat:

  • chronic pain
  • glaucoma (relief of eye pressure)
  • dystonia
  • multiple sclerosis
  • HIV
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • sleep apnea
  • Tourette's syndrome

The different types of pain fall into three general categories:

  • Nociceptive pain
  • Neuropathic pain
  • Central pain 

Since each type of pain has a different origin, each type has a specific treatment.

Pain begins in your brain cells. While these brain regions lead to the sensation of pain, they can also modulate the strength of the pain signals. In some instances, you can have a physical injury (i.e., nociceptive pain) without the sensation of pain (imagine a car accident victim who can walk around pain-free in the initial moments after the accident).

But the opposite is also possible, where you can have pain in the absence of physical injury (i.e., central pain). This highlights the importance that factors like mood, context, and attention-to-injury play in the sensation of pain, which can also be used to inform optimal cannabis-based treatment strategies.

THC can modulate pain at the level of spinal cord and brain by directly activating CB1 receptors, and indirectly by increasing opioid receptor activation (more on that in part two of this series). CBD similarly impacts pain processing by increasing levels of the endogenous cannabinoid, anandamide, which acts like THC to activate CB1 receptors.

When you’re feeling good, you’re less likely to focus on the things that hurt. Not only does a positive mood shift your attention away from the things that bother you, but it can also directly reduce the strength of pain signals that enter the brain. It’s a mind-over-matter phenomenon and it can be powerful when it comes to pain, at least at the beginning.

Since there is no known case of a cannabis overdose on record, cannabinoid therapy is in a league of its own when it comes to safety. The World Health Organization states that there is no evidence of any public health-related problems or abuse or dependence potential associated with the use of pure CBD.

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This post was written by www.cbdmarketingspot.com for the purpose of making Cannabis the future of the USA in all the right ways.

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