It is time to highlight some of astounding medical benefits of cannabis oil and why you should buy it and why it will help you. South Africa is on the verge of a cannabis oil breakthrough, we think, now that the courts have decriminalised the use, cultivation and possession of cannabis at home. More people will be asking that question: why should I buy cannabis oil and will it help me?
We are here to assist you to make the right choice for your health. As more people choose cannabis oil above the usual pharmaceutical drugs, they realise just how many side effects medicine does have, if it is not natural. Many pharmaceutical medications become addictive and can damage the heart, liver, kidneys and stomach.
One of the greatest advantages of cannabis oil is that it can help manage the terrible symptoms that come with cancer and chemotherapy. Cannabis oil rich in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) is an extremely powerful anti-cancer treatment. At Cannabis Therapy, we have seen first-hand how powerful a CBD/THC treatment plan is. High quality cannabis oil offers patients a healthy option that is free of all the terrible side effects associated with chemo and radiation treatment.
Another good reason why you should buy cannabis oil is that recent medical studies have proven that cannabis oil positively affects brain cell development and enhancement. This is one more reason why using cannabis oil in South Africa is so compelling. It can help treat Epilepsy, ADHD, Autism, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s among other conditions. Cannabis oil will help you because it is extremely therapeutic and if taken correctly it can offer patients a new lease on life.
Now that it is safe to use and cultivate cannabis at home in South Africa, more South Africans will be looking into the merits of cannabis oil as medication. Ongoing medical studies bring new discoveries to the fore. An increasing number of ailments and illnesses that are adequately treated with with CBD and THC save people’s lives. When you have to decide which cannabis oils to take, that is, CBD or THC, you need to decide what it is you are treating, how long you will be treating that condition for, and whether you want to feel the THC side effects or not.
THC and CBD are very different cannabinoids extracted from the same plant, cannabis. For centuries people got high and used THC for recreational use. It is also a fantastic healing substance which can be used to treat pain during chronic diseases, lack of appetite and insomnia. THC is not for everyone, which is where the CBD comes in. CBD is an increasingly popular medical therapy indeed. As THC waits to be legalised in many parts of the world, CBD has become lawful in many countries and their states, thanks to its medical qualities and its lack of negative side effects. Patients tend to get addicted to pharmaceutical pain killers which harm their livers and kidneys, stomachs and brains but they need more and more and eventually abuse them. CBD has none of these effects and is a natural, organic therapy.
These cannabinoids interact with the body’s innate cannabinoid receptors, which are part of the endocannabinoid system. As these chemical compounds connect to the cannabinoid receptors, they send signals (neurotransmitters) to the brain. The brain then deals with pain differently. CBD is the most plentiful cannabinoid found in cannabis and used the most too, for medical remedies. CBD is useful as it is non-psychoactive and it dulls the effects of the high that THC brings. THC, on the other hand, is psychoactive and gives the patient a buzz. Some patients do not want to get high then they use CBD.
THC can be useful for painful, chronic diseases like cancer where it treats the pain and gives the patient a much-needed buzz.
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The two cannabis oils are different and interact differently with receptors in the body. THC tends to bind to CB1 receptors present in the brain, eye and reproductive system. THC copies an endocannabinoid called anandamide. This enhances pleasure and increases appetite. CBD tends to prevent THC binding to CB1 receptors. In this way, it stops the THC having psychoactive effects on the user, if used at the same time. It therefore reduces the effects of THC which include anxiety, short term memory loss and euphoria.
Now you can decide whether you should take CBD or THC cannabis oils for your own needs. Ask us for more information if you need assistance.