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Cannabis Coconut Oil – Easy Recipe Combats Pain, Nausea, Seizures

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Cannabis Coconut Oil – Easy Recipe Combats Pain, Nausea, Seizures, and More

As scientific research takes baby steps into the medicinal qualities of cannabis, we find the door opening to an infinite view of what this extremely powerful plant can do for our health.
There is now no question that cannabis can be used to treat and even cure many of our ills.

What can we do with this knowledge? Why, make cannabis coconut oil of course!

Fortunately, the governments in North America are loosening restrictions on the medical use of marijuana based on recent research and it is becoming easier to obtain. If you can, get some, store it in a cool, dry, dark place, and use it when you need it.

How to Use Marijuana as Medicine

Combined with cold-pressed virgin coconut oil as a carrier, the possibilities for medical cannabis are almost limitless! Coconut oil in itself is a highly nutritious food and personal care salve.

Moisturizing and cleansing for the skin with antibacterials and antioxidants, coconut oil can also be used on hair to thicken and promote new growth. When eaten, it benefits every cell of your body. Coconut oil has been found to reduce “bad” cholesterol levels, boost metabolism, reduce inflammation and relieve pain, balance hormones, and promote brain and digestive health via its medium-chain fatty acids. It’s been found effective in combating depression and in killing cancer cells.

As a flavorful oil, it is a perfect versatile carrier for herbs and spices used medicinally.

Cannabis, on the other hand, has been used as a medicine for millennia to treat anxiety, asthma, pain, and nausea. One of its most important antioxidant effects is reducing inflammation in the body, which is always a precursor to illness and disease. Only in recent years has it been found that can be used for the treatment of Crohn’s disease and other immune system-related digestive disorders (like irritable bowel syndrome), cancer, post traumatic stress disorder, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and more. It’s so potent because human cells contain receptors specifically for cannabinoids—even in the brain, with implications for the prevention and treatment of neurodegenerative disease.

Cannabis & Coconut Oil: a Virtual Panacea

As with all plants, there are many varieties of cannabis.

Knowing which is best for your target treatment will help you to choose the appropriate one. The two most active phytochemicals in marijuana are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). They are fat soluble, which is another reason that coconut oil is an ideal delivery partner.

THC is the psychoactive component of cannabis, CBD is not.

Marijuana (Latin: cannabis sativa) strains high in THC are better for asthma, pain, nausea, digestive and sleep disorders, and glaucoma:

“Some cannabinoid agonists (WIN 55212-2, anandamide) have demonstrated, in experimental studies, to act as «ideal drugs» in the management of glaucoma, as they have been shown to have good tolerability after topical application, efficiently reduce intraocular pressure, and behave as neuroprotectors on retinal ganglion cells.” (1).

Higher concentrations of CBD have better results for the treatment of cancer, tumors, chronic pain, seizures, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and psychological and neurological disorders.
“CBD seems to offer natural protection against the marijuana high. Numerous studies suggest that CBD acts to reduce the intoxicating effects of THC, such as memory impairment and paranoia. CBD also appears to counteract the sleep-inducing effects of THC, which may explain why some strains of cannabis are known to increase alertness. Both CBD and THC have been found to present no risk of lethal overdose. However, to reduce potential side effects, medical users may be better off using cannabis with higher levels of CBD.”(2)

Sativa family flowers contain higher levels of CBD and the indica varieties are higher in THC. Raw cannabis is not psychoactive; heating it causes a chemical reaction in which the tetrahydrocannbinolic acid (THCA) in cannabis loses a carbon atom, forming THC. By decarboxlyating marijuana before use in a tincture, skin balm, or food, you transform the active ingredient to get its most protective effects; THC more readily attaches to cannabinoid receptors in the body than THCA.

Making coconut cannabis oil is easy; finding the right plant variety may require some experimentation, as everyone’s personal body chemistry is unique.

Regardless of which variety you choose, you are doing a good thing to support overall health.

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Medical Marijuana Neuropathic Pain

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Is weed good for pain? Here’s a study to ponder…
Medical Marijuana: Low THC Sufficient For Neuropathic Pain
Caitlyn Fitzpatrick writing in MD reported study results on the analgesic effect of cannabis have been mixed over the years. However, many states allow prescriptions for medical marijuana for a variety of health conditions, including pain. A recent study published in The Journal of Pain looked at the effect of marijuana treatment on neuropathic pain.

A team of researchers based in California conducted eight-hour human analyses to determine pain level outcomes with the use of vaporized cannabis. The cohort included 42 patients with neuropathic pain related to an injury or disease of the spinal cord. Although most of the participants were also on a traditional treatment, they were still experiencing pain.

The patients were randomized to take four puffs of vaporized cannabis that contained either placebo, 2.9%, or 6.7% delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Three hours later, the participants took another four to eight puffs – the number of puffs was decided by the patient in order to reduce the placebo effect.
An 11-point numerical pain intensity rating scale showed that the vaporized cannabis produced a significant analgesic response.

Two of the highlighted findings included:
• There was significantly more pain relief with active cannabis than placebo.
• The two active doses did not have significantly different outcomes when it came to analgesic potency.
Comment: Hmmm. Pot appears to work, I guess.
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What’s up world!! Today I went to the dispensary and got all sorts of goodies and this video here is a little example of what an average medical marijuana dispensary run looks like for me! Thank you for watching and if you enjoyed it please bang that thumbs up button and make sure to SUBSCRIBE for more than 4 cannabis related videos a week!! #StayHigh friends!!
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HOW TO MAKE CANNABUTTER~Medical Marijuana Butter RECIPE~Ease Your Chronic Pain!

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To Watch PART 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_pwRsn1gpo If you (or someone you know) live in a constant state of pain due to serious illness or injury, then ingesting marijuana in the form of “cannabutter” may very well be the ONLY ticket back to a better quality of life! Not only is marijuana completely non-toxic and non-lethal, its ALSO a MUCH MORE EFFECTIVE PAIN RELIEVER when used in the right dosage and in the right manner. Let me show you all how to make the VERY BEST medical cannabutter so YOU (my friends) can try it at home for yourself 🙂

Yay, I love you guys. Have fun. Enjoy!

THE SONG IN THIS VIDEO: “Music for a Found Harmonium” (this version comes from the CD called “Celtic Fiddle Festival”).

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Chronic Pain & Medical Cannabis

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July, 2008 – Buddy, an 86 year old man suffering from chronic neuropathy of the feet expresses the excruciating pain, ineffective narcotic medications with side-effects like constipation, and the realization that medical cannabis (marijuana) could help relieve his pain. His own doctor told him that cannabis would help, having certainly read Dr. Donald Abram’s study, “Cannabis in Painful HIV-associated Sensory Neuropathy”, published in February, 2007, that proved cannabis as effective for neuropathic pain as conventional, opiate-type medications – http://www.neurology.org/cgi/content/abstract/68/7/515
This video features sections of Dr. Abrams presentation of his findings, at the 2006 Cannabis Therapeutics Conference, in Santa Barbara, CA, hosted by Patients Out of Time.
Dr. Abram’s presentation, “Cannabis in Pain & Palliative Care”, is viewable in its entirety at:
Buddy’s interview was conducted by Mark Pedersen, Cannabis Patient Network.
Dr. Donald Abram’s presentation is courtesy of Patients Out of Time, and is part of a series of patient testimonies paired with scientific research verifying the efficacy of cannabis for their conditions.
Learn more at: http://MedicalCannabis.com

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Plant to patient: how medical marijuana will work in Ohio
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Chronic pain patients talk medical marijuana as alternative to opiates

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Director of the Dent Cannabis Clinic, Dr. Laszlo Mechtler, called the latest expansion of New York’s medical marijuana program “a game changer.”
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