Diving Deep Into An Understanding Of Medical Cannabis with Bonni Goldstein, M.D.

 Throughout history Cannabis (also known as marijuana) has been used across the planet as medicine to cure many specific ailments, to treat everything from anxiety to epilepsy. It has been rediscovered by modern medicine after decades of being demonized in the “War On Drugs.” At this time (summer 2020), 11 US states have legalized recreational cannabis for adult use and 33 states have legalized medical cannabis. More than four million people in the United States are healing illnesses with cannabis. Nonetheless, many physicians remain reluctant to discuss cannabis medicine. Through cannabis medicine, Bonni Goldstein, M.D. has helped thousands of suffering patients find relief from chronic, difficult-to-treat conditions. Here she explains the current state of scientific research and offers actionable advice in using various forms of medical cannabis. She includes information about the combination of TCB and CBD compounds and their effectsShe points out, when talking about the medical benefits of two of the compounds in cannabis, THC and CBD, “Everybody has a unique response to these compounds. We all know there are some people who love THC — They think it’s the best thing ever. And, then other people say, ‘Oh no, I can’t take that. It makes me feel weird.’ And then those in the middle. We have to remember that humans respond individually to things that we take into our body, even food… It’s the same thing with these cannabinoids. But it’s important to realize with regards to cannabinoids, THC and CBD, there isn’t a good cannabinoid and a bad cannabinoid, they’re both good cannabinoids when used properly for medicinal purposes… [T]hey may use different mechanisms in the brain and body but they can have very similar outcomes, decrease in nausea, decreased pain, relaxation, better sleep, all kinds of medicinal properties. But you have to remember they act differently. One of the most important things I tell people is it’s your personal preference. You have to try it. You have to see how you feel on it. Then you can create your personalized or customized cannabis regimen.”

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