Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune degrading of the myelin sheath, and damages messaging between the brain and parts of the body. Inflammation in the brain and spinal cord inhibits communication causing errors, pain, numbness, weakness, vision problems, tremors, unsteady gait, loss of motor control, and severe fatigue. Over 3 million worldwide suffer from MS. Treatment is with steroids or DMT or Disease-Modifying Therapies, triggering polypharmacy issues as the condition progresses and more disability is experienced.

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Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis & Cannabis

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Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis & Cannabis

Discover how Parkinson’s / MS affects the body, an explanation of neurodegeneration and stages of the disease, how CBD & THC might help slow down the progression of the disease, and how to safely begin a treatment plan for each route of administration.

We provide starting dosing guidelines on CBD & ratio tinctures that are available in dispensaries along with dosing of edibles, patches, topicals, how to space from pharmaceuticals to reduce side effects and interactions, talking to your providers about using CBD & Cannabis medicines, and adding holistic medicine principles to heal naturally.


How Cannabis Can Help

Cannabis reduces muscle spasms, pain, promotes movement, walking, and given at night promotes deeper sleep and cellular repair of the body. MS is an autoimmune condition, so modulating inflammation is important especially in the gut and brain. It stimulates appetite to help those who have difficulty maintaining a healthy weight due to digestion issues. Decreasing neuroinflammation is key to slowing neurodegenerative conditions. Studies show efficacy with Sativex, a 1:1 CBD:THC oil and patients find relief with botanical cannabis and vaping for immediate symptom relief.


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