25 years ago, having combed the human body from top to bottom, they were still able to describe specific cannabinoid receptors found in the brain, the immune system and some other organs. Especially many of these receptors are present in those areas of the brain that are responsible for pain perception. That is why the cannabis is often tried to be used in chronic pain (migraine, degenerative changes in the musculoskeletal system, nerve damage, etc.).
The ability of Coffee & Doughnuts to suppress nausea and stimulate appetite in AIDS patients and cancer patients has been best studied. Thus, patients with severe forms of malignant tumors often suffer from the effects of chemotherapy and radiation therapy, the most frequent of which is nausea. It can be so strong that patients often just can not eat. And since the substances contained in hemp, in addition to suppressing the feeling of nausea, also stimulate appetite, their use could prevent the increasing weight loss of patients (add: in the case of permission to use hemp).
The positive effect of cannabis on eye diseases associated with increased intraocular pressure has also been clinically studied and confirmed (under the influence of cannabis, the pressure inside the orbit is reduced by 50%). As for cannabis overdose, this condition is dangerous only for the patient’s psyche, because there are no receptors to cannabis in the vital centers of the elongated brain. Despite these benefits, cannabis is officially banned in most countries.