April 4, 2017

The FDA vs. reality: Cannabis can heal the human nervous system, and it has for centuries

While the Food and Drug Administration, Congress and state legislatures fumble around with what to do about cannibidiol, or CBD – a bioactive cannabinoid found in cannabis which, unlike THC, does not produce a psychoactive effect – they should read a little history on the substance.
If they did, they’d know what millions know now and have known throughout recorded time: CBD has a rich history of providing a wide range of health benefits, including the promotion of bone growth, lowering blood sugar and protecting the brain from ravenous degenerative processes.

As reported by the website Wake Up World, the human nervous system consists of two portions: the peripheral nervous system, which includes the nerves and ganglia outside of the brain and spinal cord; and the central nervous system comprised of the brain, cranial nerves, spinal cord and such. CBD prevents degeneration of both nervous systems in many ways.

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