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Enecta, CBD (Cannabidiol): thirty diseases that therapeutic cannabis c

This article discusses how Cannabis can be used with reference to studies carried forward by the world of science

March 21, 2018
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Often the information surrounding Cannabis is not clear for everyone, especially relating to its use in therapy.
 
In this article, Enecta will clarify how Cannabis can be used with reference to the studies conducted in recent years by scientists through the content that we have produced on our Blog that you can read in the links that follow.
 
What are the possible fields of application of Cannabis?

Cannabis can treat many illnesses including Multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases such as ALS, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's chorea, spinal damage, and hereditary spastic paraplegia.
 
Other articles such as this one and this one discuss the role of Cannabis in treating chronic pain and the roll-out of cannabis-based products in Italy.
 
It can also be used to treat Tourettes syndrome, Post-operative pain, Nausea (particularly during pregnancy), Anorexia from aids, Alzheimer's disease; Glaucoma; Headache,
 Migraine; Fibromyalgia, Lumbago; Epilepsy; and intestinal inflammatory diseases such as:

Chron's, ulcerative colitis, IBS, gluten enteropathy; Psoriasis; bladder disorders; Sleep disorders, Anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and depression.

 
Did you find the topic interesting and would like to learn more? Do not hesitate to contact us by writing an email to info@enecta.com or through our Social channels, leaving a message on Facebook and Instagram and the Enecta Team will be ready to answer your questions and dispel any doubts!

 

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