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James Brent, DDS outlines the mind/body connection and how cannabis and other herbs may help bring the gut and the brain into alignment.
James Brent, DDS explores the deeper connection healthcare professionals can have with the cannabis plant inspired from the herbalist perspective.
Authors: Simon Erridge, Nagina Mangal, Oliver Salazar, Barbara Pacchetti, Mikael H.Sodergren Published in Fitoterapia October 2020 Abstract Introduction Cannflavins are a group of prenylflavonoids derived from Cannabis sativa L.. Cannflavin A (CFL-A), B (CFL-B) and C (CFL-C) have been heralded for their anti-inflammatory properties in pre-clinical evaluations. This scoping review aims to synthesise the evidence…
Author: Ethan B. Russo Published in: Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience October 2018 Abstract Introduction: Cannabis burst across the Western medicine horizon after its introduction by William O’Shaughnessy in 1838 (O’Shaughnessy, 1838–1840; Russo, 2017b), who described remarkable successes in treating epilepsy, rheumatic pains, and even universally fatal tetanus with the “new” drug. Cannabis, or “Indian hemp,” was…
The IACM conference in Berlin highlighted talks from the top professionals in the field of cannabis science. Christine Milentis, our Executive Secretary, reports on the history of cannabis for medical use and the rights of doctors across the globe to prescribe it.
Authors: A.L. Solevåga, G.M. Schmölzer, P.-Y.Cheung
Free Radical Biology and Medicine, October 2019
Perinatal asphyxia-induced brain injury may present as hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy in the neonatal period, and disability including cerebral palsy in the long term. The brain injury is secondary to both the hypoxic-ischemic event and the reoxygenation-reperfusion following…
Authors: Yosef Sarne, Fadi Asaf, Miriam Fishbein, Mikhal Gafni, Ora Keren
British Journal of Pharmacology, August 2011
Extensive in vitro and in vivo studies have shown that cannabinoid drugs have neuroprotective properties and suggested that the endocannabinoid system may be involved in endogenous neuroprotective mechanisms. On the other hand, neurotoxic effects of cannabinoids in vitro and i…
Authors: John P. Zajicek, Vicentiu I. Apostu
CNS Drugs, March 2011
Although extracts from the cannabis plant have been used medicinally for thousands of years, it is only within the last 2 decades that our understanding of cannabinoid physiology and the provision of evidence for therapeutic benefit of cannabinoids has begun to accumulate. Thi…
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