The therapeutic applications of cannabis is due to the assimilation of these by the body, since it has receptors that can process these molecules. This endocannabinoid system has certain areas of action in our body. By taking substances with the same molecular structure, they will act in the same areas that our body already acts with the endocannabinoid system, such as cardiovascular regulation and the nervous system.

Endocannabic CB1 receptors are located in the brain in a heterogeneous way, being more concentrated in areas of the brain such as: cortex, hippocampus, basal ganglia, cerebellum and other areas related to appetite, nausea and pain.

Below we leave you several videos where we can see Doctor Manuel Guzmán as he intervenes in a conference on the therapeutic applications of cannabis at the VII Food and Health Fair, accompanied and introduced by Josep Paimes.

Suscribirse



.
.

CBD oil to orgasm

CBD OIL FOR THE MOST INTENSE ORGASMS. CBD oil is normally used as a medicinal treatment, but CBD Oil for orgasms is being used, most popularly in use as a lubricating oil and sexual stimulator....

CBD for epilepsy

There are numerous studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of CBD oil for epilepsy. However, the many real cases and testimonies of people affected by this condition that have proven the...

How to give up smoking with CBD

How to give up smoking with CBD I remember 8 or 9 years old that I took a cigarette from my mother and a lighter, I went to the bathroom and lit my first cigarette, I don't think it took me to the...

Survey of parents on the use of cannabis and cannabidiol for epilepsy resistant to pediatric treatment

Brenda E. Porter and Catherine Jacobson Department of Neurology, Stanford University; December 2003 Summary Severe childhood epilepsies are characterized by frequent seizures, delays in neurological...

Cannabidiol potential medical benefits

Presented by Nora D. Volkow, Director, National Institute of Drug Abuse Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control. June 24, 2015 Cannabidiol: Barriers to research and medical benefits of CBD...