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Medicinal CBD: Benefits in Parkinson's disease

Medicinal CBD: Benefits for Parkinson's disease - The High Class BCN

Can cannabis be a medicinal alternative for people with Parkinson's disease? The answer is yes. Several scientific studies have shown the efficacy of CBD in the neurodegenerative disease process.

The great potential of the components that the marijuana plant possesses and that we boast about in our cannabis association in Barcelonaespecially cannabinoids and their derivatives, not only help to reduce the symptoms, but also gradually slow down the disease process.

Since the end of the 19th century, the British William Richard Gowersdescribed as one of the greatest clinical neurologists of all time, explained for the first time in Europe the results that could be obtained from the use of cannabis as a viable treatment for this disease.

It should be noted that, according to the World Health Organisation, Parkinson's is the second most prevalent degenerative disease worldwide. For this reason, scientific studies of it remain a priority to this day.

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What are the most common symptoms of Parkinson's disease?

Parkinson's is a disease that affects the nervous system, causing some neurons in the brain to become progressively damaged or die. When this happens, dopamine levels decrease, causing the body's motor activity to be affected by disturbances in everyday movement.

Symptoms appear slowly, depending on the individual's condition. In most cases, they start with a tremor felt in one hand and develop into habitual tremors that cause stiffness in the body, impaired posture, changes in speech and automatic motor movement.

What are the benefits of CBD in the treatment of Parkinson's disease?

CBD is attributed with different therapeutic effects that have been proven over time. It is worth noting that these benefits are represented in each individual, taking into account the stage of the disease.

Some of these benefits are:

  • Improvement in body stiffness
  • Increased motor control is generated
  • Relief from tremors
  • Provides different therapeutic attributes
  • Contains highly anti-inflammatory properties

What are the safest forms of CBD use in the treatment of Parkinson's disease?

CBD can be delivered in different ways depending on the individual patient's situation:

  • CBD oil. It is used as a food supplement.
  • CBD creams for topical use.
  • Foods cooked with CBD, as well as juices and infusions.
  • Supplements such as tablets, capsules and gel capsules, among others.

In conclusion, it should be noted that many of the patients treated with cannabis report a great improvement in their quality of life from the beginning of the use of this substance as a medicinal alternative.


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