Can cannabis help patients treat Endometriosis? Finding cannabis as the last resort cure in Australia when it could be the first and last.
Cannabis (CBD Oil) has been shown to effectively treat endometriosis. Australian patients can now use medicinal cannabis oil to treat their Endometriosis symptoms. Cannabis replaces opioid painkillers as the safest and most effective treatment for chronic pain.
Imagine that you have just had your local GP diagnose you with a painful chronic illness that has no cure. A chronic pain that doesn’t quickly disappear and doctors only offer strong opioid painkiller medicine as treatment.
There is no real cure. The current treatment is known to have adverse effects on the day-to-day life of Australian women.
But there is hope! Since 2016, there is a new potential treatment for this condition. Medicinal Cannabis and its CBD Oil products can treat endometriosis symptoms.
How Can Cannabis (CBD) Treat Endometriosis
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex regulatory system that is distributed throughout most organs in the human body, including the female reproductive systems.
The cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are chemical compounds extracted from Cannabis.
CBD and THC are known to have positive effects with the human body due to its ability to interact with ECS and other receptors.
Research into the effects of Cannabis in treating pelvic pain in women is still young, but so far, it has shown positive results. Research into Cannabis treatment also shows positive results in treating chronic pain, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy.
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Three-quarters of Australian women with endometriosis have turned to self-managed of the symptoms using breathing techniques, heat, yoga, exercise and Cannabis.
The use of Cannabis was reported to have alleviated most of the endometriosis’ symptoms, including chronic pain, nausea, vomiting, anxiety and depression. The use of Cannabis also allowed for the reduction of their regular medication by 50 per cent of more.
Cannabis was ranked the most effective and treatment for patients with endometriosis.
James is an experienced writer and legal cannabis advocate in Australia. He answers all the questions about business, legalisation and medicinal cannabis.
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