ENDOURAGE FOR CLINICIANS
ADHD, ADD, and Hyperactivity
Attention disorders and hyperactivity have been the subject of numerous cannabinoid studies, with most finding CBD for ADHD to be fairly effective.
ALS/Lou Gehrig's Disease
ALS is treatable by a number of cannabinoids in cannabis and has shown significant reduction in symptoms when treated with them.
Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
Alzheimer’s is one of the more famous treatable conditions from cannabis, with cannabinoids considered superior to many current treatments.
Anorexia, Cachexia and Bulimia
Many eating disorders can benefit from the appetite-stimulating properties of cannabinoids and terpenes found in cannabis.
Anxiety, OCD, and Stress
Many cannabinoids have been shown to assist with incredibly common anxiety disorders, alleviating many of the otherwise socially debilitating symptoms.
One of the more well-known treated conditions from cannabinoids, THC and CBD has shown great therapeutic value in alleviating arthritis.
Cannabinoids’ anti-inflammatory properties assist in numerous areas that can be inflamed, including one’s airways.
Cannabinoids’ effects on plaque buildup in blood vessels is well-documented, and its prevention of atherosclerosis has been observed for decades.
Recent data indicate a strong justification for further clinical studies on the use of CBD in the presence of other cannabinoids for the treatment of autism.
Though smoking cannabis can cause symptoms of bronchitis, taking cannabinoids in a non-smoking manner can actually help treat it.
Many cannabinoids have shown genuine promise in treating, preventing and in rare cases, curing numerous forms of cancer.
Antidepressive properties from cannabinoids have been consistently observed for years, with the psychology world pushing for cannabinoid-based treatment more than ever.
Cannabinoids not only alleviate the symptoms that come with diabetes, but appear to fight the disease itself.
Cannabis has been consistently rated as a better treatment than any currently approved drugs by fibromyalgia patients.
Cannabinoids can reduce intraocular pressure and help to alleviate the symptoms of glaucoma.
Cannabinoids can positively relieve symptoms associated with many cardiovascular issues and help reduce the chance for heart disease.
Some cannabinoids have shown therapeutic value in movement-related symptoms of Huntington’s disease.
IBD, IBS, Crohn’s Disease, and Ulcerative Colitis
Cannabinoids’ anti-inflammatory properties can help alleviate a variety of bowel syndromes and diseases.
Insomnia and Sleep Apnea
Sedation is a common side effect of many cannabinoids and can help with many sleep depriving disorders or conditions.
Liver Disease, Hepatitis and Cirrhosis of the Liver
Cannabinoids can assist with a wide range of liver diseases by stimulating enzymatic systems.
Cannabinoids can help boost a low libido and increase a sex drive, predominantly in women.
Cannabinoids have been shown to reduce and prevent the severity and frequency of migraines and cluster headaches.
MS-related pain can be alleviated with cannabinoids, as well as helping to reduce tremors, depression and anxiety.
Cannabinoids’ anti-nausea properties are one of the main draws for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy due to their effectiveness.
Though the munchies are common, consuming cannabinoids is correlated with a lower overall BMI.
Cannabinoids appear to be healthy for the regulation of bone growth and prevention of bone resorption.
Cannabinoids’ potent analgesic properties are perhaps the most well-known of all their effects, and for good reason.
Parkinson’s Disease and Meige Syndrome
Parkinson’s and Meige syndrome have seen consistent relief from cannabinoids, with some patients seeing an entire absence of tremors.
The endocannabinoid system plays an important role in the extinction of traumatic memory, and stimulation has been shown to help treat PTSD.
Seizures, Epilepsy, and Spasticity
Many forms of seizures and spasticity are treatable with cannabinoids which can both reduce and severity of current episodes and prevent future instances.
The neuroprotective properties of many cannabinoids can help protect the brain from dangerous poststroke symptoms.
CBD has seen considerable use in the treatment of various substance abuse disorders with a surprising level of effectiveness compared to current treatments.