Sleep disorders: Efficacy of cannabinoids

Anyone who does not sleep well at times feels tired, unfocused and less able to perform during the day. If the sleep disturbances persist, there is even a risk of serious health problems. Can medical cannabis help with sleep disorders? We shed light on the current state of science. Not being able to rest in [...]

Ulcerative Colitis and Medical Cannabis

Many studies point to the medicinal potential of the cannabis plant. Among other things, its ingredients are thought to have analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects, which could be beneficial in the chronic disease ulcerative colitis. Like Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis (UC) is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). While only the rectum and in some cases [...]

Migraine and medical cannabis

In the world, at least 1 adult in every 7 suffer from migraines. It is a neurological disease that recurs at irregular intervals and is very stressful for those affected. While some people only have a migraine attack once or twice a year, others have it several times a month. Several studies have shown [...]

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Malaria and Medical Cannabis

Malaria (swamp fever) is the world's most common infectious disease caused by parasites, affecting over 200 million people worldwide. There are several malaria pathogens that are spread in different areas. The World Health Organisation (WHO) distinguishes the following areas: Areas without a malaria risk: Europe, Australia, North America, Sri Lanka Areas with a low risk [...]

Fibromyalgia and Cannabinoids

Fibromyalgia - this often means severe pain, exhaustion, sleep disorders and psychological suffering. The symptoms of chronic pain syndrome are varied and vary from patient to patient. Many of those affected have great difficulty in coping with their everyday life and their level of suffering is very high. As some studies have shown, the [...]

Cannabigerol (CBG): a cannabinoid with therapeutic potential

When talking about the medicinal properties of the cannabis plant, most people think of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) first. But there are other cannabinoids with therapeutic benefits. Cannabigerol (CBG) is one of the 113 cannabinoids discovered so far - and it seems to have great potential. This is why the active substance is increasingly [...]

Tourette’s syndrome: treatment with medical cannabis

People with Tourette's syndrome cannot control the symptoms (tics) of their condition, so they might say obscene words, make grimaces or blink wildly. The level of suffering is usually very high. There is still no adequate treatment available today. At best, the symptoms can be relieved somewhat. However, treatment with medical cannabis can be [...]

Diabetes mellitus and medical cannabis

More than 422 million people worldwide suffer from "diabetes mellitus". Unfavourable nutritional and lifestyle habits in particular have made diabetes a disease birthed by civilisation. Diabetics have a pathological disorder involving their sugar metabolism. Their blood sugar levels are then permanently elevated. A distinction is made between type 1 diabetes mellitus and type 2 [...]

Menopause and Cannabinoids

At some point over the age of 40, fertility decreases for most women. This process is completely normal. However, this phase of upheaval and hormonal change can be marked by massive physical complaints such as mood swings, hot flashes, and sleep disturbances. In some cases, this has a considerable impact on the quality of life [...]

Bipolar disorder and medical cannabis

Bipolar disorder is a frequently occurring psychiatric illness classified as an affective disorder. It is characterized by depressive and manic mood swings. There are either manic phases with an exaggerated euphoria, in which sufferers are euphoric, overactive or irritable, or depressive phases. Both phases can range in their degree of severity. Only in rare cases [...]

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