A company that has closely monitored the health benefits of cannabis has designed an effective cannabis patch that alleviates diabetic nerve pain and fibromyalgia symptoms. With this awareness, this herb which is considered harmful deserves a better reputation than it currently has.
The cannabis patch is nothing else but a transdermal patch that releases some compounds in the skin, which are later absorbed into the circulatory system.
These patches are designed to relieve neurological pain in patients suffering from fibromyalgia and diabetes.
Medical experts from Cannabis Science clarified that controlled doses of cannabis cannot ruin the body or trigger any adverse side effects. According to the company, their patches are intended to treat all the affected areas in the body. Transdermal approach is considered to be more effective than other methods such as oral, topical, intravenous, and intramuscular applications.
Mode of Application
These patches warrant the required amount of the healing compounds into the patient. You can apply the patches through a permeable membrane that allows absorption. Alternatively, you can use thin layers that dissolve on the skin. These slender layers are loaded with cannabinoid extract that travels to the central nervous system and alleviates pain.
The second most vital compound in cannabis is known as CBD. As you probably know, the first cannabinoid in cannabis is THC. CBD has very strong anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving benefits in the body. Other than the hallucinogenic effect, there is almost no other adverse side effect.
Tip of an Iceberg
In reference to Mr. Raymond C. Dabney, CEO of Cannabis Science, their patches are just a tiny bit of the huge health benefits associated with cannabis. The discovery of the two new pharmaceutical medicinal applications is just the tip of an iceberg for what the see as the future of Cannabis Science. This is according to Dabney.
As they put more effort to boost their land capacity for growth and premises to make their own product, Dabney notes that they also busy with research. They also hope to supply their team of experts with proprietary materials to craft their formulations.
The CEO explained that they are exploring more potential needs for cannabis related medical uses and expanding the delivery methods for these applications.
Surprisingly, over 10% of all the Americans suffer from fibromyalgia though many don’t know they have the condition.
Globally, many people with diabetes and fibromyalgia experience neuropathic nerve pain. These patches can go a long way in alleviating pain in patients with the two conditions. Chances are that these patches have the ability to alleviate these health issues.
Meet the Growing Demand
While many people campaign for the legalization of cannabis and medications that are sourced from cannabis, Dabney says their plans are different. They are focused on producing pharmaceutical applications and formulations in order to supply the rising demand. This is expected in the next few years to come, according to Dabney.