QUANTUM CBD from AEGEA – Review
Jul22

QUANTUM CBD from AEGEA – Review

 


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Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil Lowers Blood Pressure
Jun26

Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil Lowers Blood Pressure

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New research suggests that taking a single dose of cannabidiol (CBD) oil can lower blood pressure before and after a stressful situation. Cannabidiol (CBD) is extracted from the flowers, leaves and stems of industrial hemp plants. These hemp plants are the same species as the Cannabis sativa plants from which marijuana is derived, but are a different strain that does not contain significant levels of the psychoactive substance, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).Cannabidiol (CBD) is not psychoactive, not addictive, and does not produce a ‘high’. It does, however, interact with your brain’s own endocannabinoid system to damp down over-stimulation of brain receptors, reduce pain perception, ease anxiety, promote relaxation and improve sleep quality.

Contents Of This Article 

  • Cannabidiol lowers blood pressure
  • Cannabidiol (CBD) supplements
  • Best cannabidiol supplements
  • Cannabidiol side effects

Cannabidiol lowers blood pressure

Cannabidiol (CBD) supplements are increasingly used as an herbal supplement to generate feelings of well-being and to increase the ability to cope with anxiety and stress.

In a small trial, 9 healthy male volunteers were given breakfast and, 15 minutes later, took either a CBD capsules (providing a relatively high dose of 600mg cannabidiol) or placebo, without knowing which was which. This was repeated on separate occasions, to compare the effects of CBD against placebo on their resting blood pressure and how they responded to various types of stress:

  • mental stress, which involved calculating an arithmetic sum every 2 second for 2 minutes
  • exercise stress, in which they had to grip a hand dynamometer at 30% maximum strength for 2 minutes
  • cold stress, in which they immersed their left foot, up to the ankle, in ice slush at a temperature of 4°C to 6°C for 2 minutes.

When the men took the active cannabidiol (CBD) dose, their resting systolic blood pressure fell significantly by an average of 6/3 mmHg, compared with placebo. When subjected to  stress, those who had taken CBD also had a 5 mmHg lower blood pressure before and after mental stress, a systolic blood pressure that was 5 mmHg lower before and after exercise stress, and a systolic blood pressure that was 8 mmHg lower before and after cold stress.

As well as lowering blood pressure, there was an associated lower stroke volume (amount of blood pumped from the heart per beat) and a higher heart rate, especially during the post-test periods.

The researchers suggest these findings are due to the anti-anxiety and analgesic effects of cannabidiol (CBD) and may also show direct, beneficial cardiovascular effects in relaxing blood vessels.

Cannabidiol (CBD) supplements

Cannabidiol extracts are typically combined with olive oil, coconut oil or hemp seed oil to enhance absorption. They are available as capsules, gummies, drops and oral sprays.

Always follow manufacturer’s guidance on how much of their product to take, which will vary depending on concentration.

For general well-being the recommended dose is usually 10mg to no more than 200mg per day as a food supplement.

Products typically supply 6mg to 25mg CBD per serving.

NB The dose (600mg) used in this clinical trial was a medicinal therapeutic dose that is significantly higher than the doses  found in supplements to promote well-being, relaxation and improve sleep.

Do not take high doses except under medical supervision.

If you are taking antihypertensive medication check with a doctor or pharmacist before using cannabidiol (CBD).

Best cannabidiol supplements 

If you don’t mind the strong herbal flavour, then you can take cannabidiol as drops, a spray or as gummies. If you prefer to take cannabidiol in the form of an Oil, then Endoca offer two strengths of pharmaceutical-grade cannabidiol in capsules which are easy to take:

  • High strength CBD oil (300mg cannabidiol) with added olive oil to aid absorption.
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In a recent report, the World Health Organisation confirmed that cannabidiol does not have any potential for causing physical dependence, withdrawal symptoms or tolerance (in which increasing doses would be needed – a phenomenon known as tachyphylaxis) and that cannabidiol is not associated with any potential for abuse. This has reassured many doctors that, in recommended doses for wellbeing, it is safe to use to aid relaxation and to offset the adverse effects of stress.


Many small studies suggest that cannabidiol (CBD) is well tolerated with no significant side effects at usual doses. Cannabidiol CBD oil has beneficial effects on relaxation and well-being without producing a ‘high’.

Cannabidiol side effects

The high doses used in the above study should only be used under medical supervision, but small doses (eg 15mg twice a day) may help to reduce a stress-related raised blood pressure.

In clinical trials, commonly reported side effects with high doses of cannabidiol include sleepiness, diarrhoea, and changes in appetite.

NB. Do not take high doses of cannabidiol if you are on antihypertensive medication, as interactions can occur – CBD reduces the metabolism of certain drugs within the liver by inhibiting the effect of cytochrome P450 enzymes. This may slow the metabolism of some pharmaceutical drugs, leading to higher than normal blood levels.

If in doubt, always seek medical advice.

Cannabidiol used as a food supplement is legal within the UK & USA and some other countries, as long as manufacturers do not make medical claims.

About Dr Sarah Brewer

Dr Sarah Brewer MSc (Nutr Med), MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, RNutr, MBANT, CNHC qualified from Cambridge University with degrees in Natural Sciences, Medicine and Surgery. After working in general practice, she gained a master’s degree in nutritional medicine from the University of Surrey. Sarah is a registered Medical Doctor, a registered Nutritionist and a registered Nutritional Therapist. She is an award winning author of over 60 popular self-help books and a columnist for Prima magazine.

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Introduction to Medicinal Cannabis: An Easy Guide for Doctors and Patients (hard copy)- Review
Feb08

Introduction to Medicinal Cannabis: An Easy Guide for Doctors and Patients (hard copy)- Review

 

 

This is an excellent introduction to Medicinal Cannabis as a treatment option.

Written by Australian GP Dr Teresa Towpik, this is an easy to understand resource for both doctors and the layman alike.

This book provides a lot of information on how Medical Cannabis works, why it works, so you can see exactly how it may help you. Essential reading for anyone interested in learning about Medical Cannabis as a healing modality.

I remember my frustration, trying to find a simple guide that could explain step by step the intricate properties of cannabis in an easy to follow and understandable manner. I was reading one article after the other and it wasn’t easy.

In this book, I am hoping to achieve that, an easy step by step guide. I hope that patients as well as doctors find it useful and find the inspiration to further studies.”- Dr Towpik, GP.

About Dr Teresa Towpick

Born in Poland Teresa worked as a junior doctor in a hospital in Glogow, a small town not too far from the German border. Arriving in Australia in 1987, she worked in Fairfield and Liverpool hospital then General Practice from 1993. She worked as a solo GP for a few years, then in a small family practice and later in large medical centres, currently based in Katoomba.

Over the years Teresa embraced different aspects of healing, not only as a doctor but as a patient as well. When going through breast cancer 16 years ago, she learnt about different patient’s attitudes and expectations realising that modern medicine is very much based on evidence. “The absence of evidence is no evidence of absence. We need balance and we need to listen to patients as well”.

Healing occurs on many levels, physical, emotional and spiritual and Teresa sees great potential in cannabis which is an ancient, sophisticated and diverse medicine. She is engaging in further learning, research and the application of cannabis in general practice.

“I am hoping that it will be legalised and regulated soon, so doctors and patients can take advantage of its great healing potential”.

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Parents of autistic children try medical cannabis
May16

Parents of autistic children try medical cannabis

Reported by ForbesParents of severely autistic children are turning to medical cannabis for treatment. Epileptic children have experienced results using medical cannabis. Thus, desperate parents of severely autistic children are beginning to wonder whether the treatment may work for them too. Though there are very few studies linking cannabinoid medicine to autism treatment, parents figure they have nothing to lose and everything to gain by giving the medication a trial.

 

A neurodevelopmental disorder is known to impair communication and social interaction. Some children with autism can function well with the various treatments available, but others continue to suffer, unable to speak who experience a range of self-harming behaviours. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, reports 1.5% of children diagnosed with autism in the United States as of 2014 are using a CBD or cannabidiol treatment derived from cannabis and hemp plants. Marijuana is known to have higher levels of THC than the hemp plant. THC causes the psychoactive effect while CBD contains the medical properties which help those suffering from autism. Hemp contains more CBD than marijuana, but less of the medicinal compound within CBD to have an effect. The cannabis plant must be bred to produce higher levels of CBD, and then those flowers can be used to extract CBD oil.

CBD can also be derived from hemp plants, which contain significant amounts of CBD, but with less strength of the medicinal cannabidiol compound.

Autism and cannabis treatment

The stories of autistic children that show a positive result with CBD oil are very similar to that of epileptic kids and their response to using CBD.  Marie Myung-Ok Lee, who is a Brown University teacher and author of “Somebody’s Daughter,” documented the response her autistic son had to the medication called Marinol. (Marinol is a synthetic cannabis medication produced by the drug company AbbVie.) Marie Myung-Ok Lee decided to switch to an edible form of cannabis first as a trial, following up with a tea version of the cannabis medicine. Her son went from self-harming behaviour that included banging his head, to having the ability to ride a bike. This experiment she found to be a qualified success.Mieko Hester-Perez, another parent who founded The Unconventional Foundation for Autism also discovered the power of medical cannabis in treating her autistic son. She found the results were similar to the story that circulated regarding Charlotte’s Web marijuana strain. In Charlotte’s Web story, the child’s epileptic seizures were dramatically reduced after treatment using this particular breed of cannabis. The Charlottes Web story became famous on a ’60 Minutes’ program. Kushman Genetics created a strain for Ms Perez’ son Joey called “Joeys Strain.”.

 

Another recent story involves a boy named Kalel Santiago. Kalel Santiago suffered from autism so severe he wasn’t able to speak. By simply spraying hemp oil in his mouth twice daily according to Dr Giovanni Martinez, a clinical psychologist in Puerto Rico, he was speaking his first words. Taking only three weeks to take this child from a nonverbal status, making only sounds to speaking his first words was 100% attributed to the use of CBD; this confirmed by his Dr. as the only change in his treatments.

 

Hemp Health is a company that imports CBD oil from outside the country. They sell it through the mail. Due to the fact it is derived from hemp and not marijuana, there is no prescription needed. It was their CBD cannabinoid spray that the Santiago’s used to treat their son Kalel.  Co-founder of HempHealth said, Katerina Maloney, stated “We have a lot of epileptic patients calling us. Patients with cancer and pain. There are lots of different conditions.” Maloney does believe more research needs to be done, but she has numerous testimonials from customers that believe in their products. The company now has sales of $150,000 a month.

 

The issue is that few doctors will recommend this is as a treatment because there is little scientific research to base it on. Unlike epilepsy, where references to cannabis treatments dated as far back as 1843 when Dr William O’Shaughnessy wrote, “In Cannabis, the medical profession has gained an anti-convulsive remedy of the greatest value.’ There is little research on autism and cannabis. Scott Hadland, MD, MPH, John R. Knight, MD and Sion Kim Harris, PhD of Boston Children’s Hospital write, “Given the current scarcity of data, cannabis cannot be safely recommended for the treatment of developmental or behavioural disorders at this time.”

A 2013 study by Dr Siniscalco found signs to suggest compounds found in cannabis could help to treat autism, writing, “Our data indicate CB2 receptor as a potential therapeutic target for the pharmacological management of the autism care.” Another study published in 2013 and dating back to 2011 by Dr Csaba Foldy at the Second University of Naples associated with Stanford UniversityMedical School is often cited. In the study out of Stanford University first author Dr Foldy wrote, “Endocannabinoids are molecules that are critical regulators of normal neuron activity and are important for many brain function. By conducting studies in mice, we found that neuroliginb-3, a protein that is mutated in some individuals with autism, is important for relaying endocannabinoid signals that tone down communication between neurons.”

Piper Jaffray analyst Josh Schimmer, who covers bio-tech companies, has also made the connection. He noted that some forms of autism shared similar features with epilepsy. He writes, “It’s possible that some children have sub-clinical seizure activity that results in developmental disorders, and there are also incredibly exciting anecdotes of autism patients who thrive after CBD therapy.”

The Autism Research Institute is starting to connect the dots too. They discovered that children with autism that used cannabis experienced marked improvements in symptoms of anxiety, panic disorder, tantrums, aggression and self-injurious behaviour. Martin Lee, the author of Smoke Signals and founder of Project CBD, said, “There’s substantive body of pre-clinical research and some anecdotal stories. There’s also some research from GW Pharmaceuticals on psychiatric disorders. It’s not autism, but there are overlapping issues.”

A spokesman for GW Pharmaceutical, Mark Rogerson said, “I’m afraid we have no current research going on in this area. We are aware of the interest in cannabinoid medicines and autism, and our plans may change in the future. But for the time being, we have the full clinical trials program. We are only a small company in pharmaceuticals terms and regretfully, we have to make choices among therapeutic areas.”

There are many pages on Facebook that have devoted their attention to the treatment of autism and cannabis communities. Doctors have written stories about stories they have heard. The one thing lacking is multiple scientific studies. It is clear that if drug companies like GW Pharmaceuticals believe it can tap into this large patient population, the studies will get funded, and patients will be happy to sign up.

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Is CBD Oil good for me?
Nov02

Is CBD Oil good for me?

CBD is short or Cannabidiol which by all scientific accounts
appears to be the ROCKSTAR of the Cannabinoid world.

It is the most predominant Cannabinoid in Hemp and is
endowed with many beneficial properties.

In its patent (#6,630,507) titled CANNABINOIDS AS
ANTIOXIDANTS AND NEUROPROTECTANTS^ the US

Government makes many impressive claims about CBD
including the following: “Cannabidiol (CBD), a

naturally-occurring constituent of the industrial hemp
plant, promotes and supports the nutritional health of

aging bodies.”

One of the properties of CBD is that it is anti-psychoactive
which means that unlike THC, the Cannabinoid found

abundantly in Marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive and may
be consumed safely as a dietary supplement.

It simply is not possible to get “high” or
intoxicated by consuming Industrial Hemp food products.

It is safe or the whole family.

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Phoenix Tears Program
Jul20

Phoenix Tears Program

Free Program

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The information in the Phoenix Tears Program is presented at no cost by Green CulturED for the purpose of disseminating information to the public.

Green CulturED monitors the quality of the information available on this website and updates the information regularly. However, we do not make any representation or warranty about the accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of any material contained on this website or on any linked site.

While the Green CulturED makes every effort to ensure that the material in the Phoenix Tears Program is accurate and up-to-date, you should exercise your own independent skill and judgement before you rely on it. This program is not a substitute for independent professional advice and students should obtain any appropriate professional advice relevant to their particular circumstances.

Program Description

Rick Simpson is here to expose you to information about the most medicinal plant known to man – hemp – in his Phoenix Tears Program.

It has been years now since Rick Simpson had his miraculous discovery and medical miracles are a common occurrence when using oil derived from this specific medicinal plant

This program is dedicated to spread as much information as possible about the miraculous cure in the form of oil that is obtained from hemp plant – oil that cures almost all serious diseases like cancer, lymphoma, sarcoma, leukemia, Crohn’s disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, asthma, multiple sclerosis, ulcers, burns, psoriasis, AIDS, diabetes, depression, hemorrhoids, blood and eye pressure, regulation of body weight, chronic pain, migraine, mutated cells (polyps, warts, tumors), insomnia, scars and more.

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