For people with autism, medical cannabis can be used
Cannabinoids or CBD are one of the most important ingredients that constitute cannabis treatment. It is extracted from the cannabis plant. Pot marijuana is also known as cannabis. It is a powerful, psychoactive substance that can be found in cannabis plants. The cannabis plant, which is native to Central Asia as well as the Indian Subcontinent, has been used in medicinal and traditional medicine for centuries. The Latin word “Cannacitus”, which means “with a name”, is used to name this drug for medical purposes.
This medication is not addictive and does not cause psychostimulant (stimulant drug) withdrawals. The active ingredient of this medication is able to reduce the symptoms of people with chronic disorders. It also helps to relieve side effects such fatigue, nausea, and sleep disorders. There have been some studies that show the effectiveness this drug for schizophrenia treatment. Moreover, there is some evidence that proves that this medication is effective in the reduction of negative emotions and psychotic symptoms and the risk of suicidal behavior in older adults.
Many studies have examined the relationship between cannabis and psychotic disorders like schizophrenia and depression. Schizophrenia can result to an increase in symptoms when the patient cannabis use is discontinued. Studies have shown that patients who stop using cannabis show improvements in their moods, functioning, and cognitive functions over the course of their follow-up. Patients who stopped using medical cannabis were also less likely develop psychosis.
A University of Southern California study found that children with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder are more likely have CBD tolerance than other children. The research also revealed that children with CBD deficiency didn’t show any differences in their behavior problems. The study was carried out using magnetic resonance imaging. This form of imaging allows researchers to determine the blood flow as well as the glucose level in the body. Scientists were able to identify that patients suffering from these disorders are often affected by low levels of CBD in their brains. This information was crucial in determining the cause of anxiety and depression. This is the first instance of a clear connection between CBD and behavioral issues.
Another recent study was conducted on a sample of 6teen individuals with autism. The results showed that children with autism have lower levels of CBD and THC than children with normal IQ. Autism is believed to be due to a lack in CBD in the brain. CBD has been shown to play a significant role in anxiety regulation and other psychiatric symptoms in patients diagnosed with autism. This helps them to manage their behavior.
When used with autistic-specific therapies, THC has been shown to be extremely effective in treating autism patients. The research revealed that patients with both autism spectrum disorders treated with cannabis had significant improvement when compared to those with either low or no THC levels. Further research revealed that both the cbd-and-THC combination effectively addressed the deficits in autism spectrum disorders. Both groups had notable improvements when the two substances were administered together.
One reason CBD appears to be more effective for treating autism spectrum disorders is that their bodies already have higher CBD levels than usual. This means that they will experience visible side effects immediately after receiving therapeutic doses of marijuana. Other forms of medication may take longer before side effects are apparent. Other than the lack of side effects, there is also another advantage in taking cannabis and other forms of medication. Patients who use conventional medicine often get a prescription for a wide range of drugs. Patients may have to try several drugs before they find one that works.
When compared to the numerous side effects that prescription medications come with, medical cannabis use appears to be a more effective means of combating the symptoms associated with autism. It is all-natural and has very few side effects. The possibility of developing psychosis is also reduced when cannabis and THC are used in comparison to CBD. The research was performed by researchers from Canada’s Broadbent Health Science Centre, Royal Canadian Hospital, and University of Toronto. The peer-reviewed Journal of Autism and Social Networking is publishing their findings.