Cannabinoids infused mouthwash products are as effective as chlorhexidine on inhibition of total-culturable bacterial content in dental plaque samples

Authors: Kumar Vasudevan & Veronica Stahl Published in Journal of Cannabis Research June 2020 Abstract Background Dental plaque is a global health problem affecting people of various age groups. Cannabinoids are gaining enormous research attention due to its beneficial properties for various applications. A preliminary observation on antimicrobial property of cannabinoids against dental plaque bacteria has…

Terpenes/Terpenoids in Cannabis: Are They Important?

Authors: Hanuš LO. · Hod Y. Published in Karger  August 2020 Abstract Cannabis sativa plant has not only cannabinoids as crucial compounds but also the other compounds that play important role as synergistic and/or entourage compound. Cannabis/hemp plant materials and essential oils were analyzed with the help of gas chromatography/mass spectrometry detector for the content of…

Cannabis and Cannabidiol (CBD) for the Treatment of Fibromyalgia

Authors: Amnon A.Berger MD, PhD, Joseph Keefe BM, Ariel Winnick MA, Elasaf Gilbert BS, Jonathan P.Eskander MD, MBA, Cyrus Yazdi MD, Alan D.Kaye MD, PhD, Omar Viswanath MD, Ivan Urits MD Published in Science Direct  August 2020 Abstract Background Fibromyalgia is a complex disease process that is as prevalent as it is poorly understood. Research into…

Cannabis Therapeutics and the Future of Neurology

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…

Evaluation of the effects of CBD hemp extract on opioid use and quality of life indicators in chronic pain patients: a prospective cohort study

Author: Alex Capano, Richard Weaver & Elisa Burkman Published in Postgraduate Medicine   November 2019 Abstract Context: Chronic pain is highly prevalent in most of the industrialized nations around the world. Despite the documented adverse effects, opioids are widely used for pain management. Cannabinoids, and specifically Cannabidiol, is proposed as an opioid alternative, having comparable efficacy…

A Comprehensive Patient and Public Involvement Program Evaluating Perception of Cannabis-Derived Medicinal Products in the Treatment of Acute Postoperative Pain, Nausea, and Vomiting Using a Qualitative Thematic Framework

Author: Simon Erridge, Marie Miller, Tamara Gall, Antonio Costanzo, Barbara Pacchetti, and Mikael H. Sodergren Published in Mary Ann Liebert, Inc Publishers  February 2020 Abstract Introduction: Cannabis-derived medicinal products (CDMPs) have antiemetic properties and in combination with opioids have synergistic analgesic effects in part signaling through the delta and kappa opioid receptors. The objective of this patient…

Δ9‐Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid alleviates collagen‐induced arthritis: Role of PPARγ and CB1 receptors

Authors: Belén Palomares, Martín Garrido‐Rodriguez, Claudia Gonzalo‐Consuegra, María Gómez‐Cañas, Suwipa Saen‐oon, Robert Soliva, Juan A. Collado, Javier Fernández‐Ruiz, Gaetano Morello, Marco A. Calzado, Giovanni Appendino, Eduardo Muñoz Published in British Journal of Pharmacology  June 2020 Abstract Background and Purpose: Δ9‐Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (Δ9‐THCA‐A), the precursor of Δ9‐THC, is a non‐psychotropic phytocannabinoid that shows PPARγ agonist activity. Here,…

The practical knowledge, experience and beliefs of US emergency medicine physicians regarding medical Cannabis: A national survey

Author: Kevin M Takakuwa, Frances S Shofer, Raquel M Schears Published in The American Journal of Emergency Medicine  January 2020 Introduction Medical cannabis is legal in 33 US states [ 1 ] but remains federally illegal. The majority of legal states require physicians to provide cannabis recommendations in order for patients to have access to it….

Assessment of the Association of Cannabis on Female Sexual Function With the Female Sexual Function Index

Author: Alex M. Kasman, MD, MS, Hriday P. Bhambhvani, BS, Genester Wilson-King, MD, and Michael L. Eisenberg, MD Published in Science Direct  July 2020 Abstract Introduction: Cannabis use has increased in the last decade, and the impact of cannabis on female sexual function remains unclear. Aim: To assess the impact of frequency of use, chemovar (tetrahydrocannabinol,…

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Alleviative effects of Cannabis flower on migraine and headache

Author: Sarah S. Stitha, Jegason P.Diviant, Franco Brockelman, KeenanKeeling, BrandenHall, Storri Lucern, Jacob M.Vigil, Kathleen MacMillan MacMillan, Amanda Keddy, James Furlon Published in Science Direct July 2020 Abstract Objective: Few studies to date have measured the real-time effects of consumption of common and commercially available Cannabis products for the treatment of headache and migraine under naturalistic…

A Comprehensive Patient and Public Involvement Program Evaluating Perception of Cannabis-Derived Medicinal Products in the Treatment of Acute Postoperative Pain, Nausea, and Vomiting Using a Qualitative Thematic Framework

Author: Simon Erridge, Marie Miller, Tamara Gall, Antonio Costanzo, Barbara Pacchetti, and Mikael H. Sodergren Published in Mary Ann Liebert, Inc Publishers  February 2020 Abstract Introduction: Cannabis-derived medicinal products (CDMPs) have antiemetic properties and in combination with opioids have synergistic analgesic effects in part signaling through the delta and kappa opioid receptors. The objective of this…