Cannabidiols, more commonly known as CBD is the non-psychoactive cannabinoid is found in the trichome resin glands of a cannabis flower and is responsible for most of the plants wondrous medicinal properties.
This also means that CBD’s don’t give you any of the traditional “high” that’s normally associated with marijuana. It does so by acting upon completely different receptors in the brain than any other THC-based cannabinoid.
Cannabinoid can help to treat or relieve: mild swelling, nausea/vomiting, Epilepsy/seizures, muscle spasms, mild circulation problems, PMS, tumor shrinking properties, headaches/migraines, anxiety, and depression.
In 2002, the FDA approved the use of the unique opioid buprenorphine (Subutex, Suboxone) for the treatment of opioid addiction in the U.S. As a medication-assisted treatment, it suppresses withdrawal symptoms and cravings for opioids, does not cause euphoria in the opioid-dependent patient, and it blocks the effects of the other (problem) opioids for at least 24 hours. Since buprenorphine does not cause euphoria in patients with opioid addiction, its abuse potential is substantially lower than methadone.
Low-THC Cannabis: Patients with cancer or a condition that causes chronic seizures or muscle spasms may qualify to receive low-THC cannabis. Low-THC cannabis has very low amounts of the psychoactive ingredient THC and does not usually produce the “high” commonly associated with cannabis.
Medical Cannabis: If a patient is suffering from a condition that has been determined to be terminal by two physicians, he or she may qualify for medical cannabis. This product can contain sufficient levels of the psychoactive ingredient THC to produce the “high” commonly associated with cannabis.
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