Cannabis: A Rich History for Therapeutic Uses 

Cannabis is nothing new to the medicinal world. Evidence of cannabis use for therapeutic purposes dates back thousands of years, and throughout the centuries, medical journals have recorded distinctive benefits associated with the plant. Cultures from all over the world used cannabis both recreationally and medicinally until anti-cannabis laws began emerging all over the world, with the cannabis trade slowing down to a halt in the 1930s in America due to the Marihuana Taxation Act which was the prototype for full cannabis criminalization which would take place a couple of decades later.

Not until 2018 was the hemp plant federally legalized thanks to the Farm Bill. This piece of legislation allowed all adult citizens to legally purchase CBD and other hemp

derivatives (excluding delta 9 THC), while at

There is a lot of emphasis on the therapeutic properties of cannabis today, with the
general public embracing the plant like never before, largely due to legalization and the resulting influx of products on the market that contain cannabis extracts. The highlight of the cannabis world these days is cannabidiol (CBD), the dominant compound of the hemp plant, which is non-psychoactive and nontoxic to the human body. The more we learn about hemp and its many beneficial compounds that include CBD, the more we have an understanding into the distinctive effects that hemp can offer that can be extremely

valuable to our wellbeing.

 

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Modern Studies on the Therapeutic Uses for Cannabis

It is hard to discuss each benefit associated with hemp without going on for several pages. Since 2018 when the plant was finally legalized, research on cannabis’ benefits has increased like never before. Cannabis has, in fact, been clinically studied since the end of the 19th century, with cannabinol (CBN) being the first isolated cannabinoid to be analyzed, leading to more and more individual compounds accessible to researchers to better understand what they each bring to the table in terms of beneficial properties.

In the last few years, we have gained access to more comprehensive studies showing verified effects associated with CBD and other cannabinoids in the hemp plant.

Cannabinoids are unique in that they are compounds found solely in cannabis, which bind to cannabinoid receptors belonging to the endocannabinoid system. These receptors have the job of regulating individual processes of the body to lead the host into homeostasis,

and each cannabinoid regulates specific processes based on how it attaches to individual

receptors. Cannabinoids exist in the flowers of the hemp plant alongside terpenes, which

are compounds found in all essential oils which are also known for their benefits.

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