Cannabis protects the cells from oxidation. Medicine has no drug on the market that can do that. All cannabis use is medical. Cannabidiol is the non-psychotropic component of cannabis. The state of Georgia has been working with GW Pharmaceuticals and GRU to study the CBD product Epidiolex to treat childhood epilepsies. Governor Nathan Deal is supportive of the effort to expand scientific treatments. The phyto-compound in cannabis CBD is anti-pain, anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety and anti-spasm without the lethargy and euphoric feeling. GW Pharmaceuticals makes Sativex which is approved in 24 countries for multiple sclerosis.
The brain treatment center in Atlanta is working on building and restoring the functions of the immune system. There is a tremendous amount of research already in evidence of inflammation of the brain and its causes.
Autism. The self-stimulatory behaviors and the psychoanalytic behaviors are such profound sensitivities. The endocannabinoid system is the only thing that affects the body like this. Cravings are driven through malregulation of this system. It can even look like addiction in things like eating dairy. This Vitamin D binding is the nexus of autism.
In a study published by the Journal of Biological Chemistry found THC to be effective treatment for multiple cancers and side-effects of chemotherapy. The best way to use THC is by using the oils. 13 micro RNAs linked to inflammation responses are positively altered. In the Journal of Pharmacy cannabinoids reduced skin cancers in just 20 weeks.
A cannabis medical card for those in need would mean patients are allowed to possess an extract made from cannabis. LT. Gov. Casey Cagle met with families and activists Thursday evening urging him to call a state Senate vote on the medical cannabis bill. Cagle’s office in a hand written statement said. ”the lieutenant governor is looking for a consensus to try to find a path forward.” The bill last year allowed CBD to be used by eight illnesses like cancer, Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy. The bill went live in June of last year and hundreds of patients are enrolled in the program.
The new bill is opening up CBD to a larger group of patients including Autism, PTSD, HIV, AIDS, Tourette’s syndrome and epidermolysis. It also specifies no punishment for companies willing to ship it into Georgia. Cultivation of marijuana was left out of the bill. The bill is back to the Senate for approval.
- Georgia Department of Public Health Low THC Registry page, Cardholder fee is $25 and it expires after two years from the date issued.