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Marijuana May Help Treat Digestive Disorders

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digestive disorder marijuana cannabisCourtesy of The Joint Blog

new study published by the Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, and conducted by researchers at McMaster University, has concluded that THC – a prime compound in cannabis - may protect the body against digestive disorders, such as inflammatory bowel disease.

Researchers for the study used THC on rats, andfound that the substance “could protect the lining of the stomach and intestine from injury and accelerate healing from inflammation.”

During the study, researchers found the THC to be useful even when given in small enough doses to not produce the “high” that typically comes with it: “We were getting effects locally in the lining of the intestine and the stomach without producing high enough blood levels of THC to cause behavioral changes”.

Those interested in reading the full study – which was funded by the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada - can do so by clicking here.

Source: TheJointBlog.Com

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10 Comments

  1. you can easily adjust your dosage. thc does require heat or oil extraction. just take the smallest toke or piece of brownie you can and work up from there until you find your limit. if you do experience the unfortunate outcome of getting high just remember: love love love and dont worry be happy. questions?

  2. google will tell you everything you need to know. just use the key words ie: Colitis Cannabis treatment – then all the steps are there on the web on how to make the compound

    this is just the start…full instructions are found in the youtube gallery on how to make it. be careful

    http://youtu.be/rE-alP9LUwA

  3. firetheliberals on

    D-uh, how many thousands of years did this take.. I suffered for twenty years with inflammation, ibd, and all the rest of nasty intestinal distress. Aggravated by AS.

    Cured the intestinal problem with herb.

  4. You’ll want CBD heavy tinctures. Although unless you get something from a dispensiary that has been refined, you’ll prob get a bit of a high. I’ve had issues with IBS, GERD, and pain from TMJ. Personally to keep my symptoms under control I can smoke 1 or 2 bowls every other day. Right now I smoke daily, just as a way to relax, and to help my girlfriend keep her back pain down as well. But if you are that adamant about not feeling any psycho-active effects, look into different types of tinctures. I’d also like to make a note, that while it’s possible to build up a tolerance to the psycho-active effects of MJ, that my stomach has never “built up a tolerance” against the MJ. To make that more clear, if I’m just hanging out and I decide I wanna get really stoned, I may need to smoke more than normal if I’ve been allowing my tolerance to build. However, if I’m just smoking to keep my stomach under control, I can smoke a small amount, and it still works just as good as it did when I started 2 yrs ago.

  5. You need to find a Naturopath in your area that prescribes MMJ Cards. The appointments are costly or go to your Physician and ask if he/she will prescribe an MMJ card.

  6. You want the CBD Tincture. Go to marijuanadoctors.com and you can get all the info. you need to make an informative decision. Good Luck!

  7. sooo, I am a sober person with ulcerative colitis and no health insurance. how do I find out more about the methods of using THC that does not produce the high?

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