Current Research

Cannabinoids, natural and synthetic are in daily use in medicine worldwide. From epilepsy in children, to spasticity in multiple sclerosis and nausea in cancer patients – the use of Cannabinoids are growing. The immunological effects of CBD are some of the most interesting – along with the research into the protection of neurodegeneration of the brain in diseases like Parkinsons and Alzheimers.

Cannabis oils, such as the ones you can buy without prescription on this website, are being used for all the diseases listed above, but also Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue and even some cancers – with some pretty heavy (but preliminary) research being completed showing mechanisms of action.

Here are links to some of the most recent research:

Summary Report on interesting studies from 2017, with great graphical representations: Click here

Cannabinoids seem to enhance the treatment of cancer (includes some research on THC): Click here

Canceractive Review paper on the use of cannabinoids in cancer: Click here

Use of Cannabinoids in cancer Science Daily: Click here

Fibromyalgia News today – case study of using CBD Oils for pain: Click here

Showing promise for Alzheimers: Use of cannabis in chronic pain from arthritis: Click here

An article showing how cannabinoids can modulate the immune system in Multiple Sclerosis: Click here

An explanation of how Cannabinoids can alleviate the inflammation in dermatitis: Click here

Improvement in dystonia in Huntingtons disease: Click here

An Article explaining how purified CBD rather than a mixture of CBD/THC, could be more beneficial in the central nervous system: Click here

Review article showing the MS Sufferers may obtain a modest improvement through the use of cannabinoids: Click here