The endogenous endocannabinoid system is the largest receptor system in the brain. 10 times larger than the endogenous morphine system. Could faults in this massive receptor network have negative effects on health? Dr Ross look at the hypothesis that endocannabinoid deficiency disorder is a possible cause of disease.
Variations between cannabis preparations and potencies have long vexed patients and practitioners alike. Consistent results depend on consistent absorption by the body. In this presentation, Dr Shade reviews common routes of administration, then takes us through his work on lipid nanoparticle delivery systems.
The effect of cannabis on the physiology of cellular processes is greatly affected by its components being herbal, not single purified substances. This lecture allows a more informed understanding of this complex herbal medicine for clinical use.
As medicinal cannabis is now available in 25 states, physicians should become aware of the biologic activities of various cannabinoids and other plant chemicals, sativa vs indica, and the pharmacokinetics of ingested and inhaled cannabis to best advise cancer patients seeking its use for cancer care and pain management. Dr Abrams guides us through his significant research and experience in cannabis for cannabis and pain care.
Tikun Olam's Nurses clinic in Israel is led by Inbal Sikorin since 2009, specializing in consulting medical cannabis to patients of all ages, 3 months old to 102, suffering from different and complicated ailments. Since the Clinic's establishment it has set to document according to international standards of data collection patients experience before Medical Cannabis use, a month after and six months after the start of the treatment. This has provided Tikun Olam ltd. with the largest documented and analyzed accumulated patient data in the world.