Anti-epileptic wonder pharmaceutical ingredient - Cannabisdiol (CBD Extract)

Cannabinol (CBD) is the main chemical ingredient of medicinal plant cannabis. It is extracted from female cannabis plants and is a non-addictive ingredient in cannabis. It has anti-tuberculosis, anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory and other pharmacological effects. 
CBD can not only be used in the treatment of a variety of difficult diseases, but also effectively eliminate the hallucinogenic effect of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on the human body, so it is called "anti-marijuana compound". 
CBD medical applications
Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects: CBD exerts analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects through dual inhibition of cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase, and is more effective than aspirin which is well known and widely used.
Anti-epilepsy: GABA neurotransmitters in the human brain have a sedative effect and inhibit the excitability of the brain center. CBD can help control the consumption of GABA neurotransmitters, inhibit brain excitability, reduce seizures, and help improve the efficacy of other antiepileptic drugs.
Antianxiety: Endogenous cannabinoids are an important substance that helps depressed patients reduce anxiety, existing in the body. The CBD can help endogenous cannabinoids maintain a reasonable level, which makes patients feel good and happy, and not addicted like THC.
Sampling test of epilepsy in New York University
In 2015, 313 patients with severe epilepsy were treated by the use of CBD liquid preparations at the diagnosis center for epilepsy at the Langone Medical Center in New York University. Data after 12 weeks of treatment showed that 27% of patients had a 50% reduction in the number of seizures and 9% had no seizures. At the same time, CBD is well-tolerated, so only 4% of patients stop taking drugs due to its side effects.
Cannabis, a plant with extremely high medicinal value, has long been difficult to be accepted by law and morality, mainly because it contains ingredients such as THC that have an addictive and hallucinogenic effect. In the early 1970s, it was found that CBD did not have the same biological activity as THC, but instead antagonized the neural activity of THC on the human body.

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