02 Sep Unknown Benefits of Marijuana
“Cannabis” is a plant that is banned by many countries because it is known by its use in drug production. It has been deemed appropriate in some European countries to be trained in state control for experimental purposes only.
CNN’s medical news clearly shows the benefits of marijuana and cheap dab rigs in medical use, with the documentary “Weed”, the head reporter Sanjay Gupta’s. In Gupta’s documentary, he lists the main unknown benefits of marijuana as follows:
Use in the Treatment of Glucocorticopathy: It can produce effective results when used in the treatment of Glucoside which causes damage to the eye nerves, pressure on the eye’s eye, and loss of vision. According to a study conducted by the International Eye Institute in the 1970s, it has been found that glucocomic individuals have decreased after using the pressurized marijuana of the eye roll. This research has led to the conclusion that marijuana slows down the progression of Glucose disease and prevents vision loss.
Use in controlling epileptic seizures: In a 2003 study conducted at the University of Virginia, synthetic marijuana was given to experimental mice with epilepsy, and it was observed that these mice did not experience epileptic seizures for 10 hours after taking the drug. Tetrahydrocannabinol, an active ingredient in marijuana, acts on brain cells to regulate the feeling of arousal and control the feeling of relaxation, thus providing a visible reduction in epileptic seizures.
The content of marijuana prevents the spread of cancer: According to a statement made by the California Pacific Medical Center in 2007, marijuana’s tetrahydrocannabinol inhibits cancerous cancer from spreading to other cells. According to a paper published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapy, cancer cells are multiplying using the ID-1 gene, but the cannabidiol substance stops the spread of cancer by disabling the ID-1 gene.
Studies at Computense University have shown that tetrahydrocannabinol can reduce tumor growth in different cell types by 80 percent and can be effective in pancreatic and breast cancer as well as cancerous cells in the brain.