Scientists Finally Revealed The Incredible Effect Cannabis Has On Human Bones
One of the biggest struggles in the world of medicine as well as in the public society is definitely the ‘feud’ over using cannabis. The question is simple- is it a harmful drug or just a herb given by God to heal even the worst illnesses and conditions.
The effects of marijuana are confirmed by many studies. However, the giant pharma companies are not going to ever accept the fact that there is a plant on Earth that could make them use approximately 1 trillion dollars a year. Can you imagine how much that is?!
Anyway, nothing can stop humanity from seeking knowledge. Recently another revolutionary study was published that proves how useful cannabis is for our body. The Journal of Bone and Mineral Research has recently published a popular study that shows how marijuana strengthens and protects bones accelerating the healing of fractures, without causing any psychotropic effects.
The scientists from the respected Tel Aviv University and the Hebrew University didn’t hesitate to share their admiration. The researcher Yankel Gabet explained:
“WE FOUND THAT CBD ALONE MAKES BONES STRONGER DURING HEALING, ENHANCING THE MATURATION OF THE COLLAGENOUS MATRIX, WHICH PROVIDES THE BASIS FOR NEW MINERALIZATION OF BONE TISSUE. AFTER BEING TREATED WITH CBD, THE HEALED BONE WILL BE HARDER TO BREAK IN THE FUTURE.”
“WE FOUND CBD ALONE TO BE SUFFICIENTLY EFFECTIVE IN ENHANCING FRACTURE HEALING. OTHER STUDIES HAVE ALSO SHOWN CBD TO BE A SAFE AGENT, WHICH LEADS US TO BELIEVE WE SHOULD CONTINUE THIS LINE OF STUDY IN CLINICAL TRIALS TO ASSESS ITS USEFULNESS IN IMPROVING HUMAN FRACTURE HEALING.WE ONLY RESPOND TO CANNABIS BECAUSE WE ARE BUILT WITH INTRINSIC COMPOUNDS AND RECEPTORS THAT CAN ALSO BE ACTIVATED BY COMPOUNDS IN THE CANNABIS PLANT.”
The scientists are going to continue with their hard work, focused even more than before on solving the mystery behind the CBD, but also the other chemical THC.
Maybe the whole world and, especially, the developed societies should be more interested in this field, give more freedom and resources to the scientists and, of course, give more freedoms to people to use cannabis for medical purposes.