Fibromyalgia affects 2-5% of the population, mostly women, and encompasses 3 types of pain; Nociceptive, neuropathic, and central. Nociceptive pain stems from injuries where pain signals in tissues network through the body until the brain interprets them.

Neuropathic pain is caused by damage to an area’s nerves, develops slowly, and is very difficult to treat. Central pain has both physical and emotional components and may not have a precise location.

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Autoimmune Disorders & Cannabis

This program is designed to quickly and easily educate about how and why cannabinoids can be helpful for alleviating the symptoms of various Autoimmune conditions.

Autoimmune conditions affect up to 10% of the population and include Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Type 1 Diabetes, Psoriasis, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. This pathway program is designed to quickly teach you how and why cannabinoids can be helpful for alleviating the symptoms of various Autoimmune conditions.

This program includes:v

  • A 60+ minute recorded lecture on CBD/Cannabis Medicine & Specific Conditions
  • A PDF of the slide deck along with all the references from the presentation
  • A digital guidebook for step by step implementation and safety best practices
  • Bonus videos on holistic health and wellness to boost whole person care
  • A forum to connect with others with this condition using CBD/Cannabis as Rx


How Cannabis Can Help

THC mimics Anandamide to activate CB1 lessening pain signaling from the injured area to the brain. THC changes the emotional component of pain, softening our reactions & making it easier to live with. CBD calms our nerves, lowers inflammation, activates 5-HT boosting serotonin, easing anxiety, pain, mood, and insomnia. CBDA is being studied as an even more potent COX2 inhibitor – just like NSAIDs, but without the collateral damages.



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