History of Cannabis Part 2

Did you know that cannabis seed juice was used for earache and to drive worms and insects from out of the ears? We have found reference to this fact since the beginning of the Christian era through the 18th Century.


During this period cannabis was very intense in India and had spread through the Middle East and Africa. Arabian well known physicians mention cannabis, as Avicena, and around 1000 AD Muslims mention the use of cannabis as a diuretic, digestive, anti-flatulent, ‘to clean the brain’ and to soothe pain in the ears.  In 1464, Ibn al-Badri reported the use of the plants resin on the caliph’s chamberlain’s son to treat epilepsy cured him completely but left him an addict who could not be without cannabis.


Endocanabinoids and You

The Endocannabinoid System

It’s how cannabis works in your body



As you read this review of the scientific literature regarding the therapeutic effects of cannabis and cannabinoids, one thing will become quickly evident: cannabis has a profound influence on the human body. This one herb and its variety of therapeutic compounds seem to affect every aspect of our bodies and minds. How is this possible?


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