<a href="https://buyweedstore.com/product-category/cannabis-oil/">Cannabis oil for sale</a> is extracted from the cannabis plant, which carries 104 different chemicals called cannabinoids. Two well-known cannabinoids are THC and CBD. While both are naturally present in both hemp and cannabis, there are several differences between these two plants.
It was described in the ancient Eygyptian Ebers papyrus around 1550BC, and it was likely used as a medicine in China before that. Some varieties of the plant contain high levels of the psychoactive substance tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is responsible for the “high” that comes from smoking or eating cannabis leaves or resin. The plant’s other major chemical mixture is CBD, which has no psychoactive result. Both act on the body’s natural CBD receptors which are involved in many processes such as memory, pain and appetite. The cannabis plants also carry more than 100 other different cannabinoid compounds at lower concentrations. Although there is some scientific evidence that THC has potential to control convulsions, its mind-altering effects mean that much of the focus has turned to cannabidiol – particularly for childhood epilepsies that conventional drugs fail to control.
Two recent high quality randomised and placebo controlled trials showed that cannabidiol is an effective treatment for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome, severe forms of epilepsy. The mechanism of action is unknown, but it may be due to a combination of effects, such as inhibiting the activity of neurons and dampening inflammation in the brain. The situation is less clear when it comes to the use of commercial buy cannabis oils to control seizures, where the evidence is mainly anecdotal, and the oils can contain differing concentrations of cannabidiol and <a href="https://buyweedstore.com/product-category/cannabis-oil/">THC oil for sale</a>