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Tag Archives: analgesic

Hope for Back Pain Sufferers…

According to Back Care Canada…Over 80% of Canadians will experience pain in their spine at some point in their lives. Back pain remains one of the most common reasons to visit the doctor, chiropractor or physiotherapist. (Power et al 2006). In Canada, medical expenditures with respect to low back pain are estimated between $6 and […]

Medicinal Cannabis for Seniors Health & Well-Being…

Seniors may be the most misinformed about the myriad of health benefits of Medicinal Cannabis, yet, ironically, they may be the ones to benefit from this amazing healing plant. Enjoy this short informational video on the many benefits of Medicinal Cannabis… and subscribe to our Youtube channel to get the latest videos from The Natural […]

Study Shows Decline in Opioid Use by Medicinal Cannabis Users

Pain lasting for several months, or persisting after an injury has healed, is considered chronic. Chronic pain affects not only individuals, but also their families, the health care system, and society as a whole. It may lead to other health concerns such as eating problems, sleep disturbances and fatigue Absences from school, work and social […]

Cannabis:Possible Treatment for Lupus?

Lupus is a chronic disease with a variety of symptoms caused by inflammation in one or more parts of the body. And according to the Lupus Canada It is estimated that Lupus affects over 1:1000 Canadians. Lupus is not contagious and is not related to AIDS or cancer. It belongs in the family of diseases […]

The Endocannabinoid Signaling System…

Great informational video explaining the endocannabinoid system and the role of cannabinoids in pain modulation.  A Master’s Research Project submitted fo Masters of Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. Developed in collaboration with Biomedical Communications, Department of Biology, University of Toronto at Mississauga, The Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids and with […]