One of the biggest producers of inflammation is Chronic Stress. Studies have shown that inflammation is closely linked to depression.
Traditionally it is hypothesised that people who are depressed have a deficiency in specific neurotransmitters (monoamine) in the body. This deficiency leads to low levels of neurotransmitters such as seratonin and norephinephrine in the brain. Besides this there is more and more evidence that supports the notion that some forms of depression may also be linked to ongoing low-grade inflammation in the body.
Studies have linked depression with higher levels of inflammatory markers compared to people who are not depressed. Have a look at this study .
Another new study published in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry supports the premise that increased inflammation may play a role in depression.
The Endocannabanoid System is closely linked to the regulation of inflammation in the body.
This study reports that systemic and intrathecal administration of cannabidiol (CBD), a major nonpsychoactive component of marijuana, and its modified derivatives significantly suppress chronic inflammatory and neuropathic pain …
Not having enough cannabinoids for theEndocannabinoid Systemto perform its function of highly complex regulation can affect your quality of your life lived, as well as the lives of your loved ones.
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The simple answer to the question: “Does THC or CBD cure cancer?” is in a resounding No. Neither of them do.
Following this the questions then arises. “Can either of them help someone with cancer? The answer to this question can not be given until one can establish what a person means by “help”.
Consider the following:
Drinking a glass of water helps for cancer. Taking a walk in fresh air helps for cancer. Do any of those cure cancer? No they don’t. But do they help? Yes they do.
There are cases where THC has been shown to cause problems, like making the cancer grow faster after the body has built up a resistance to THC. Below you will find some studies relating to breast cancer and tumor growth.
Note the very specific difference between THC or Delta-9-THC and CBD. THC is the psychoactive element in marijuana. CBD is non-psychoactive and has been proven to reduce tumor growth and many other benefits. There seems to be a difference in how different parts of the body react to cancer and cannabis, especially when it comes to breast cancer. When one embarks on this journey, research is imperative because no statement is absolute or specifically 100% correct. My conclusion is that Cannabinoids may help treat the side effects of cancer and cancer treatment.
Other possible effects of cannabinoids may include:
Blocking cell growth.
Preventing the growth of blood vessels that supply tumors.
Relieving muscle spasms caused by multiple sclerosis.
Obviously one would like to avoid breast cancer, or any cancer for that matter, altogether. For me the key is to find a balanced way of living. And even more importantly to make sure the environment in your body is managed effectively through thought, belief and habits.
I found what this man says very interesting. Have a look and see what you think.
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