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Medical Marijuana (Cannabis)

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a component of marijuana, acts both centrally and peripherally on endogenous cannabinoid receptors. Activation of cannabinoid receptors affects serotonin release, increases catecholamines, inhibits parasympathetic activity and inhibits prostaglandin biosynthesis.

Marijuana can be used to decrease intraocular pressure, analgesia, anti-vomiting (antiemetic) effects and as an appetite stimulant.

Marijuana is available under the following different brand names: Cannabis, Ganja, Hash, Hashish, Hemp, Mary Jane, Pot, Reefer, and Weed.

The United States (U.S.) Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) classifies marijuana as a Schedule 1 substance under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). Schedule I drugs are recognized as having a high potential for abuse with insufficient evidence for safety and efficacy with no currently accepted medical use for treatment in the U.S.

Marijuana is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for medical use in the U.S. and remains classified as an illicit drug by the DEA. However, several states have adopted individual State Medical Marijuana Laws including: Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington, and Vermont.

In October of 2009 the U.S. Justice Department announced that it will no longer enforce federal drug laws on persons who use marijuana for medicinal purposes or their sanctioned suppliers, as long as state laws are followed.

What Are Dosages of Marijuana?

Dosages of Marijuana Should Be Given As Follows:

  • Tincture: 5-15 drops or 1-3 drops of fluid extract.
  • 1-3 grains (65-195mg) cannabis for smoking, potency highly variable.
  • Drug deteriorates rapidly
  • Treatment of HIV-associated wasting syndrome.

The dosing of marijuana preparations is highly dependent on a variety of factors, including growing and harvesting conditions, plant parts isolated.

Can CBD Help With Cold & Flu?

The Cold and flu season can be miserable for many people, and few people make it through the winter without an annoying cold or a runny nose. Symptoms include a runny nose, sore throat and cough. Flu symptoms are similar but include fever, headache and muscle soreness.

CBD has been known to ease many symptoms of the common cold. CBD is a potent anti-inflammatory that can fight pain, such as sinus pressure, and can help reduce common pains associated with these viruses. While CBD cannot cure a common cold or the flu, it is shown to have powerful anti-inflammatory properties that can help you feel better.

CBD has been shown to help with:

Soothing aches and pains

Reducing inflammation in the sinuses

Calming a persistent cough

CBD has become popular in recent years for its natural immune-strengthening properties. When the immune system is fighting a virus, it causes inflammation that produces cold-like symptoms. While the body uses its own endocannabinoids to moderate the immune response, it’s not always capable of controlling the inflammatory process that occurs, adding in CBD gives the endocannabinoid system a natural boost.

CBD has been used to help fight COVID-19, according to new research conducted at the Medical College of Georgia, CBD reduces the cytokine storm that can damage the lungs of patients with COVID-19. The CBD works by enabling an increase in levels of apelin, a peptide that reduces inflammation. CBD reduced excessive lung inflammation, enabling improvements in lung function, healthier oxygen levels and repair of some of the structural damage to the lungs.

Leaf Organics CBD has also been shown to have natural antibacterial properties which can help fight against secondary bacterial infections that may develop from the cold and flu.

How can I take CBD?

There are a few different ways to take CBD, each method has its own unique absorption profile. Options include ingestion, topical application and sublingual administration.

Sublingually: CBD is absorbed through tissue under the tongue and enters the bloodstream in around 15 minutes. This is one of the best ways to maximise absorption.

How much CBD should I take?

Dosage frequency & amounts are at the user’s discretion, with a maximum daily dose of 70mg. New users are recommended to start on a low dose and build up gradually to a standard daily dose of 20-25mg.

Mg of CBD Per 10ml bottle Drops Per 10ml Mg of CBD Per Drop Recommended dose Number of servings
500mg 200 2.5mg 10 drops 20 servings
1000mg 200 5mg 5 drops 40 servings
2000mg 200 10mg 2-3 drops 80 servings

For a more comprehensive dosage chart click here CBD dosage.

Final though about CBD for the Common cold

CBD is a great food supplement to add to your daily routine and should be used It’s a part of your health and wellness journey with lots of other healthy lifestyle choices. Evidence suggests that regular consumption of CBD can also help your immune system and help you fight a common cold. CBD should be part of your health and wellness toolbox. and adding a few drops of CBD daily could just help you next winter in keeping some germs at bay.

Based in Stockport, Leaf Organics is dedicated to offering the best CBD products available in the UK. We have extensively researched and sourced the best products (see our Lab Reports) and created an extensive FAQ page to answer some of your questions. Should you need further information, please contact our friendly team today.

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Leaf Organics products are a food supplement only and should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Leaf Organics products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Keep out of the reach of young children. Always read the label. All products contain less than 0.1% THC.