Confirming observations of marijuana doctors a new study is showing that marijuana can both reduce frequency and the pain for of migraines. Building upon the ...
According to webmd.com research shows that marijuana may help ease migraine symptoms or possibly keep them from starting. This pain and frequency reduction has been seen in both migraine, cluster headache patients.
This affect can be explained by the interaction between marijuana and the brain. Inside the patients brain and within other systems of the body, you have a network of cannabinoid receptors. These are tiny loops of protein that affect how you feel pain. Marijuana has natural compounds called cannabinoids. When a patient intakes marijuana, these cannabinoids are absorbed by the body and look for the receptors. They change how the receptors work, and they can calm down pain signals. Cannabinoids may also help with nausea, anxiety, muscle spasms, or other health problems.
Our medical marijuana doctors are examining as new research comes in on both the effects of cannabis and the correct proportions between THC and CBD in-order to achieve the optimal effect.