What are the health benefits of cannabis?
Cannabis has a CBD chemical that makes the brain work better without being high. It also has a chemical called THC that can help relieve pain. Short path distillation can be used to get both substances and make them better for use.
Cannabis can be good for your health in the following ways:
Help for long-term pain:
Cannabinoids are a group of chemicals found in large amounts in cannabis. Because of how they are made, cannabinoids have been linked to helping with chronic pain. This is why medical cannabis, a byproduct of cannabis, is often used to treat long-term pain.
Improves lung capacity:
When you smoke cannabis, your lungs aren't hurt like they are when you smoke cigarettes. A study found that cannabis helps the lungs work better and doesn't hurt them.
Aid in losing weight:
If you look around, you'll see that most people who use cannabis are not overweight. This is because cannabis has been linked to helping your body control insulin and intelligently keep track of calories.
Control and stop diabetes:
Since cannabis affects insulin, it makes sense that it can help control and stop diabetes. The American Alliance for Medical Cannabis (AAMC) has found that cannabis can help control blood sugar levels, lower blood pressure, and improve blood flow.
Helps treat depression:
Depression affects many people, but most of them don't even know they have it. Cannabis has chemicals called end cannabinoids that can help stabilize moods, making depression less severe.
CBD has been studied, and the results show that it can help stop seizures. Studies are still being done to determine how cannabis affects people with epilepsy.
Cannabidiol has been linked to helping broken bones heal faster, which is a good thing. The Bone Research Laboratory in Tel Aviv says that it also helps the bone get more robust as it heals. So, the bone will be harder to break in the future.
Helps with ADHD and ADD:
People with ADHD and ADD find it hard to pay attention to what they are doing. Most of the time, they have trouble concentrating and thinking. People with ADHD/ADD may be able to focus better and get help from cannabis.
How to treat glaucoma:
Glaucoma causes pressure to build upon the eyeball, which is painful for people who have it. Cannabis can help reduce the pressure on the eyeball, giving people with glaucoma some temporary relief.
Get rid of stress:
Cannabis makes people anxious, but there is a way to avoid this. When used correctly and in the right amount, cannabis can help people feel less anxious and calm down.
Alzheimer's disease :
Alzheimer's disease is one of many conditions caused by the loss of brain cells. Degeneration of the mind is almost inevitable as they age. The end cannabinoid in cannabis has anti-inflammatory chemicals that fight the inflammation in the brain that can lead to Alzheimer's disease.
The pain caused by arthritis:
Cannabis is now often found in creams and balms that people with arthritis use to ease their pain. THC and CBD both help people deal with pain.
Helps with the signs of PTSD:
PTSD can happen to anyone who goes through a traumatic event, not just veterans. As cannabis gets legalized, researchers are looking into how it might help people with PTSD. Cannabis helps keep the fight-or-flight response from going into overdrive by controlling it.
Even more benefits than these seven are still being studied and tested. They hope that the students in our new Cannabis Entrepreneurship program will help shape the future of this industry in a big way.