There are plenty of reasons why adding cannabis to a daily health routine makes sense
The illegalization of marijuana has prevented its therapeutic effects from being studied in depth. Still, the winds are changing, and evidence is accumulating for its therapeutic use in a multitude of human conditions. After being considered an illegal substance for decades, marijuana is being reevaluated culturally and legally by many countries. Scientific research, the increase in the number of countries that have legalized it, as well as the wide range of information dissemination have contributed to the spread of the medicinal use of cannabis. This has led to excellent benefits being known.
After reviewing a multitude of studies, it has been concluded that the treatment of chronic pain was the main use of cannabis, and the reason why many people used it for medical indications. These effects depend on both tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). It is also effective against muscle spasms, for example, of the diaphragm, which do not respond to other drugs.
In the US, post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) is the most commonly used reason for prescribing marijuana to patients. The study with veterans indicates that it reduces feelings of fear and anxiety. Marijuana also reduces nightmares in these patients as it disrupts the sleep cycles where they occur. Other studies indicate that CBD relieves seizures in patients diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Occasional insomnia is a part of life for many, but when sleep disorders become chronic, they quickly cause problems for the affected person. The relaxing effects of marijuana can help this condition. And sleep can also be improved thanks to its anxiolytic and calming effects.
In skin care, cannabis can also be ideal. Eczema, rashes or psoriasis can be treated with CBD oil because of its antioxidant power. In addition, it brings radiance to the skin thanks to cannabinoids and also helps to strengthen the skin’s natural barrier. It delays the first wrinkles due to its contribution to the regeneration and oxygenation of cells.