CANNABIS CAN REPAIR DAMAGE TO ARTHRITIC JOINTS

Cannabis was always classed as a medicine. For, even up to just one century ago, hemp was a major crop in the USA and cannabis tinctures were found in every household, as a pain relief, medical tonic.

Of course, as we know, the emergence of modern medicine and the resulting industry changed the story and cannabis gained an unnecessarily bad name.

But the tide of research changed most recently, as Big Pharmas Patent on producing synthetic cannabis emerged, with the legal and social tides returning to as they were before, where cannabis can be seen once more as an effective, advanced medicine. One that can cure thousands of ailments, even cancer.

With insert from The Hearty Soul:

Benefits of cannabis on arthritis

Cannabis is a wonder ointment for easing the pain and suffering of the staggering 54 million people that suffer from arthritis.

Recent studies have moved the growing research on once more, this time showing the ingenious ways that our bodies create natural pathways for cannabis (cannabinoids) to enter the exact damaged regions of arthritic joints.

Our endocannabioid system is essentially designed to feed cannabis to the exact points it is best needed and an introduction of external cannabis oil, boosts the body to release antioxidants at the very point of most needed repair.

The endocannabinoid system

Ground breaking research in the 1990s discovered that we all contain 2 different vital Cannabinoid receptors (CB) as part of the endocannabinoid system that are essential to our mental and physical health. 

The simple view of the endocannabinoid system is that there are two receptors, CB1 and CB2. Some may mention rumors of a third.

More details on the endocannabioid system

Arthritis effects many essential joints

A grant to study the effects of cannabis on Arthritis, has uncovered much more. As one of the world’ foremost pain researchers, Dr. Jason McDougall, received a Strategic Operating Grant to complete a three-year study on cannabis and it’s potential to effectively repair arthritic joints.

They were looking to discover whether cannabis-based medicine could provide more benefit than just dulling the pain, the idea was to also look into its potential in reversing the damage as well.

President and CEO of The Arthritis Society, Janice Yale stated that,

“People living with arthritis pain are looking for alternatives to improve their quality of life. We need research to help answer the many important questions about medical cannabis and its use. Our goal is to give Canadians the ability to make informed choices about their treatment options and to give physicians evidence-based guidelines to make treatment recommendations for their patients. This project is an important step to achieving those goals.”

This research branches off of a previous study from Chinese scientists (3).  Their finding indicated that extremely high concentrations of CB2 receptors are found within arthritic joints – which may suggest a pathway for treatment (3).

In simple terms, a CB2 receptor functions as a doorway into the cell wall, allowing cannabinoids to enter.

While the body produces its own endocannabinoids that enter these CB2 receptors, another study in the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B found that outside cannabinoids influence the body’s endocannabinoid system to release antioxidants which help to repair cell damage (4).

McDougall’s team already knows that cannabis-based medicines act directly on CB2 sites to suppress pain and inflammation by mediating immune responses at the site of inflammation.

As our knowledge of the body’s endocannabinoid system evolves, we are likely to discover innovative ways of treatment and potentially an ability to reverse the damage done.

Some Anecdotal evidence even enlivens the potential of cannabis-based medicine after a woman prepared cannabis-infused smoothies which provided so much relief for her rheumatoid arthritis that her symptoms went into remission.

Study Results

There have been two papers published by McDougall (5,6), with one being of particular interest. The study in question was published in December 2017 in the journal Pain (5).

The 2017 paper was an animal study conducted on rats. We are genetically very similar to rats and McDougall’s results, found that applying the oil locally to the rats skin local to the arthritic areas, it blocked the pain and prevented further damage.

In, other words, CBD, when applied topically, works for acute pain. Moreover, when it was used as a preventative measure (prophylactically), it was able to help avoid pain and nerve damage in joints affected by osteoarthritis.

So, not only can it only help with acute pain, but it has the potential help prevent further arthritic development.

Source: The Hearty Soul

We have been using Cannabis oil for many years. Please see this

section on the many benefits of cannabis oil

And this article covers more on the specifics of cannabis oil

The benefits of Rectal administration

Take Cannabis rectally if you want to reduce the euphoria, or lighten the psychoactive effects, as well as the added benefits of the medical patch within the rectum.

Please see this section on the best ways to administer cannabis oil rectally

Purchase Cannabis oil

It’s now cheaper than ever before and we can guarantee the oil we find is full spectrum and fully organic and pesticide free. The price is set by manufacturing and packaging processes and so must always remain at a certain level to sustain the supply chain. Yet, many people still consider the cost of oil to be quite high. But as we strive to get the costs down, let’s take another quick look at where we have come from.

10 years ago the common price was $100 USD per ml. So a cancer patient (for example) taking 1ml a day (rectally) would be spending $900 a month obtaining it. We can now get oil for $30 per 1ml/gm/cc and $20 per ml/gm/cc for orders of 100ml/gm/cc or more, which is a saving of $300 a month (inflation aside) and that’s an anual saving of at least $3600.

Consider the savings on your medical bill

Just for the sake of argument, lets say you don’t take oil and decide to go the route of mainstream pharmaceutical drugs, which carry lists of side effects and are non organically produced. For example, take Sativex, which according to Clear website is about £175 (over $200) for a small spray bottle, Sativex costs around 10 times more than if you were to buy it from a dealer in the street, with all the risk that entails.

But also consider that Cannabis can help prevent surgery and replace chemotherapy and radiation. It can save you and the state a lot of pain and suffering, both psychologically and financially.  

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