Gerald Delatte


Can Cannabis be used to Treat Epilepsy?

Epilepsy, a neurological disorder characterized by frequent seizures that affects more than 50 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization. Treating epilepsy can be challenging, as many patients do not fully respond to traditional medications. In recent years, there has been growing interest in the potential of cannabis, especially cannabidiol. (CBD), one of…

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Combining Cannabis with Other Psychoactive Substances

Cannabinoids and alcohol have the strongest effect on a person’s mental state when consumed simultaneously. Alcoholic beverages dilate blood vessels, increasing the absorption of THC by the body several times. As for cannabis and other drugs, the consequences of their combination can be very unfavorable. Thus, the combined use of ecstasy and marijuana is dangerous…

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What Science Knows About Marijuana’s Effects on the Brain – Neuroscientist Explains

Is it true that regular marijuana use worsens memory and how cannabinoids fight cancer cells? These questions were answered by a neuroscientist and graduate student at the University of Helsinki. There are so many cannabinoid receptors in our body Paradoxically, cannabinoid receptors are the most numerous in the central nervous system. What are they and…

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