Weed News At 420 Marijuana & Diabetes a letter from BoB

Weed News At 420 Marijuana & Diabetes a letter from BoB

Marijuana and Diabetes a letter from BoB bob is one of our dedicated viewers and a talented, budding writer. I really enjoy his views on things and think you guys would As well. Wn420 Is only place that you will find Bob’s interesting articles.And we are glad to have him on as part of the WN420 family.Thank you Bob and welcome to the family.If you’re living with diabetes and haven’t got it under control yet Just now Help is out there.

Even the NFL is looking to using weed for pain relief.
The National Football League has offered to work with the NFL Player’s Association to study the pain management potential of marijuana, the Washington Post reported on Monday night.
Possible benefits of cannabis
However, some studies, albeit animal-based ones, in recent years have highlighted a number of potential health benefits of cannabis for diabetics.
A research paper published by the American Alliance for Medical Cannabis (AAMC) suggested that cannabis can help:
• Stabilise blood sugars – a large body of anecdotal evidence is building among diabetics to support this.
• Suppress some of the arterial inflammation commonly experienced by diabetics, which can lead to cardiovascular disease
• Prevent nerve inflammation and ease the pain of neuropathy – the most common complication of diabetes – by stimulating receptors in the body and brain.
• Lower blood pressure over time, which can help reduce the risk of heart disease and other diabetes complications
• Keep blood vessels open and improve circulation.
• Relieve muscle cramps and the pain of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders
• Be used to make topical creams to relieve neuropathic pain and tingling in hands and feet
Cannabis compounds have also been shown to reduce intraocular pressure (the fluid pressure within the eye) considerably in people with glaucoma – a type of eye disease that is caused by conditions that severely restrict blood flow to the eye, such as severe diabetic retinopathy.
Treatment for inflammation
Israeli researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem believe cannabidiol (CBD), a compound found in cannabis, could treat different illnesses such as diabetes, atherosclerosis, and cardiovascular disease. This study was released in 2015.
CBD is non-psychoactive and possesses anti-inflammatory properties. Chronic inflammation is known to play a role in the development of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.
Treatment for peripheral neuropathy
Another study in 2015 saw University of California researchers gave 16 patients with painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy either placebo or single doses of cannabis, which varied in dose strength.
Tests were first performed on baseline spontaneous pain, evoked pain and cognitive function. The higher the content of THC participants inhaled, the less pain they felt.
Treatment for obesity
Furthermore, researchers at GW Pharmaceuticals in England have revealed that cannabis could be used to treat obesity-related diseases such as type 2 diabetes.
They discovered two compounds from cannabis leaves that can increase the amount of energy the body burns.
In December 2014, cannabis was linked to a lower likelihood of obesity, lower BMI and reduced risk of type 2 diabetes in an Inuit population.
Insulin benefits
Tests in mice showed the compounds – THCV and cannabidiol – boosted the animals’ metabolism, leading to lower levels of cholesterol in the blood and fat in the liver, while THCV was also found to have a number of insulin benefits.
Negative effects of cannabis
Studies that have investigated this subject suggest that cannabis can have a number of effects on blood glucose control, depending on dosage. These include:
• Memory and concentration-related problems which may affect glycemic control.
• Raised appetite, or ‘munchies’ – a craving for sweet/fatty food, which can subsequently lead to hyperglycemia (abnormally high blood sugar levels)
• Impaired glucose tolerance and hyperglycemia when heavily used.
Experts from Diabetes New Zealand, a national non-profit organization, also claim that cannabis indirectly affects blood glucose levels due to the drugs’ effect on the brain, which they say can lead to users not recognizing symptoms of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) or confusing such symptoms with the effects of the drug.

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