Cannabis help diabetes?

Class B drug linked to type 1 diabetes complications

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Cannabis and Diabetes

Cannabis, or marijuana, is a drug derived from the cannabis plant that is used for recreational use, medicinal purposes and religious or spiritual rites.

Cannabis plants produce a unique family of compounds called cannabinoids. Of these, the major psychoactive (brain function-affecting) compound is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Marijuana contains high levels of THC, as well as other psychoactive chemicals, which produce the 'high' users feel when inhaling or ingesting it.

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The Science On How Cannabis Could Help Diabetes Patients

Weed's role as a natural painkiller without the addictive properties of opioids is well-known, as is cannabidiol's helpfulness in combating seizures and anxiety.

Studies and evidence support CBD's effectiveness in improving the behavior of children on the autism spectrum and potentially curing Bell's Palsy.

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