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While CBD and THC certainly can’t take over the entirety of a pain management regimen, studies on cortisone treatments are bringing the conversations of cannabis to greater light.
Not only does cannabis have a positive effect in taming inflammation and a myriad of ailments associated with inflammation, the entourage effect created by the combination of cannabinoids gives a person an even better result.
Just like in humans, CBD is non-psychoactive for dogs, but can go far in treating arthritic inflammation in those that are affected.
Arthritis often causes a dramatic lifestyle change that's accompanied by depression and/or anxiety. But that doesn’t have to be the case.
In many arthritic cases the very best medicine is actually cannabis, which also comes in a variety of forms, such as capsules, tinctures and salves.
Not only is there medical evidence surrounding cannabinoids’ ability to help treat these conditions and their symptoms, but there’s also a significant amount of anecdotal success stories too.
Here’s some good news: Medical marijuana is helping people with arthritis improve their quality of life.
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