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Bill Gates - Makes Cannabis a Medicine Last Updated on 2017-09-20 13:55:09 Forbes  |  by Janet Burns For The Past 12 Years, Bill Gates Did What The FDA Won't: He Made Cannabis A Medicine In 2005, Bill Gates had a life changing meeting with veterans of the War in Afghanistan through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Ever since hearing their stories that day, Gates has set out to find the safest, most effective form of medicinal cannabis for treating the conditions of former solders and others, and to bring that product to the masses. After 12 years of non-stop research and advocacy, those goals are finally in hand..... Gates, whose company recovers CBD from cannabis plants using the 'green method' of supercritical fluid extraction (SFE) with C02 ... Cannabinoid, or CBD, is a miracle product that everyone has been using to Completete various conditions, including chronic pain, anxiety, nausea, rheumatoid arthritis,... More »
NFL's New Concussion Pill Could Be Filled With CBD Last Updated on 2017-09-08 14:56:24 GreenRush Daily  |  Tim Kohut  |  09.01.17 The NFL’s ongoing battle with concussions and the mysterious CTE has proved to be a trying one, but there could be a light at the end of the tunnel. As research continues, several options have emerged for a miracle “concussion pill”, that would be used to treat degenerative brain disease that is so prevalent throughout the league. And there’s a solid chance that the NFL’s new concussion pill could be filled with CBD. source: https://www.greenrushdaily.com/nfl-concussion-pill-filled-cbd/ More »
Cannabinoids and chemotherapy in combination kill cancer cells Last Updated on 2017-09-08 14:43:29 A new study confirms that cannabinoids, which are a class of active chemicals in cannabis, can successfully kill leukemia cells. They also find that the combination of chemicals and the order in which they are given is important. The findings will, no doubt, open the door to more effective treatments. Cannabinoids, also known as phytocannabinoids, act as cannabinoid receptors in the brain. The most well known of these chemicals, and one of the most psychoactive, is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). To date, there have been more than 100 cannabinoids identified, all with different properties and chemical profiles. And, over recent years, the potential anti-cancer effects of cannabinoids have come into focus. Laboratory and animal studies have demonstrated that certain cannabinoids inhibit tumor growth by promoting cell death, reducing cell growth, and blocking the development of blood... More »
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helps with Opioid Addiction Last Updated on 2017-08-30 15:07:31 prweb  |  Wednesday, August 30th 2017 Based on worldwide research and decades of evidence, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy continues to prove the safety and efficacy of HBOT in treating and helping to heal addictions and substance abuse disorders. The TreatNOW Coalition, representing clinics across the US, points to research showing the similarities of the wounds to the brain from traumatic brain injuries, and the brain injuries endured by drug addicts. That physical damage, evident in brain scans, shows that HBOT demonstrates positive results in helping brain injured patients with their desire to heal their wounded brains, get off and stay off drugs, and alleviate the pain of withdrawal. Video 6:46 minutes The President, together with HHS Secretary Tom Price, M.D., recently announced grants to help states and territories combat opioid addiction. The funding, which is the... More »
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Effects on Diabeties Last Updated on 2017-08-24 18:42:23 Source Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Hyperbaric+oxygen+therapy+of+olfactory+dysfunction+in+diabetic+neuropathy+with+type+2+diabetes+mellitus+and+a+new+definition+Diabetic+Olfactopathy. Rhinology. 2016 May 12. [Epub ahead of print] Veyseller B1, Dogan R2, Yenigun A2, Aksoy F2, Tugrul S2, Dogan EE3, Ozturan O2.   Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy is recommended as an adjuvant therapy for diabetic neuropathy. To investigate olfactory dysfunction and show the effectiveness of hyperbaric oxygen treatment in patients with type 2 diabetic neuropathy. Patients diagnosed with Type 2 DM and diabetic neuropathy were included in the group 1. Patients of Group 1 were administered with a hyperbaric oxygen therapy for 30 sessions and patients who returned for a check up following 30 sessions were incorporated into the Group 2. Healthy volunteers with no medical... More »