psoriasis

Cannabidiol: A Potential Therapeutic Agent for Psoriasis

Psoriasis, a chronic skin condition with no definitive cure, affects millions globally, creating a necessity for innovative treatments. A groundbreaking study published by Journal of Clinical Medicine offers new insights into the potential benefits of cannabidiol (CBD) for psoriasis sufferers. Titled “Cannabidiol Decreases Metalloproteinase Activity and Normalizes Angiogenesis Factor Expression Read more…

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Cannabidiol and Ozone Therapy Against Pancreatic Cancer

Unlocking New Potentials in Pancreatic Cancer Treatment: Cannabidiol Meets Oxygen-Ozone Therapy Current advancements in cancer research are continuously exploring unconventional methods to enhance cancer treatment efficacy. A novel study, published in the National Library of Medicine, sheds light on the potential synergistic effects of combining cannabidiol (CBD) and oxygen-ozone therapy Read more…

Analysis of Cannabidiol

Comprehensive Analysis of Cannabidiol (CBD) Properties

The multifaceted compound, Cannabidiol (CBD), has been the subject of extensive scientific research due to its potential therapeutic benefits and non-psychoactive nature. A recent analysis published in the NCBI (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8489340/), examines the pharmacological properties, safety, efficacy, and regulatory status of CBD. In this summarized review, we provide a synthesis of Read more…

Cannabinoid-Induced Relief of Neuropathic Pain

Exploring Cannabinoid-Induced Relief of Neuropathic Pain in Diabetic Mice

Diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain (DPNP) represents a significant clinical challenge, often leading to severe and chronic pain in individuals with diabetes. A study titled “Cannabinoid-mediated modulation of neuropathic pain and microglial accumulation in a model of murine type I diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain” provides insights into the potential therapeutic effects Read more…

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Exploring the Neuropsychological Impact of THC and CBD

The study published in the Translational Psychiatry journal provides valuable insights into the cognitive effects of cannabinoids, specifically delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). Acute administration of these substances has raised both medical interest and public health concerns due to their contrasting effects on cognition and mental health. Study Overview The Read more…