Dina Browner, a pioneer of the medical marijuana movement, participates in the Third International Cannabis Social Forum, held in Irun under the Fair Expogrow.
“I think cannabis prevents abuse of medicines in sick people,” says Dr. Dina.
The therapeutic potential of cannabis and in particular one of its major cannabinoid, cannabidiol, in neurological diseases is discussed. A series of studies published in Epilepsia, the journal of the International League against Epilepsy (ILAE), examines the therapeutic potential of cannabis for medical use and cannabidiol in severe forms of epilepsy. The first data is fairly good.
The plant cannabis sativa, which psychotropic substances such as marijuana and hashish are obtained, is used for thousands of years for therapeutic purposes, in addition to the usual recreational purposes.
However, its medicinal properties are still challenged by the social and political debate that arise, although palliative effects of cannabinoids have been tested and have actually boosted its legalization in some countries.
According to a new study, hemp oil present in the plant, which contains the cannabinoid THC and therefore no narcotic effects, it is highly beneficial to the body because it contains omega-3 and omega-6. Continue reading
The Medicinal Plant Research Group, University of Seville, led by Professor of Pharmacology Dolores García, has found that “the oil from hemp seed has potentially beneficial components to the body,” according to the Jano platform. The study, which was published in latest issue of Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry discloses a complete absence of cannabinoids, so no narcotic effects develop.
This is only a list of six of the many marijuana advocates you know for sure. They have generated some important races and even large fortunes, especially with a joint in his hand.