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Hemp Sativa L

from natural cultivation / Switzerland

Effect of the ingredients:

A plant with great therapeutic potential

The hemp plant is not a panacea, but still a real gift from nature. Meanwhile, 489 essential components in the hemp plant could be determined. The active ingredients, especially the cannabinoids, make the extracts of the plant very interesting for many applications. To date, 70 phytocannabinoids have been detected in the hemp plant. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a late-onset drug found mainly in cannabis plants (Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica). The most well-known cannabinoid is the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is known for its intoxicating effects.

It was not until the 1970s that researchers began to decipher the structure and properties of cannabinoids and THC. Too bad, because the banishment of the THC the whole plant has fallen into disrepute. That's why research on medical applications from the last century is missing. Only in the year 1987 could it be shown in the USA that cannabinoids act over endogenous receptors. This takes place via several cannabinoid receptors on cells in the body. It even turned out that the body itself regulates important metabolic functions via its own endocannabinoid system as part of our nervous system. The body's own cannabinoids have an influence on the performance of the immune system, pain perception, the development of fears, the mood and the regulation of appetite, sleep and body temperature. The body itself forms cannabinoids and thus controls the functions in a healthy body.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is considered a safe ingredient, with good tolerability and high effectiveness. CBD itself can be anti-inflammatory (autoimmune inflammation, analgesic in chronic pain) act. It is used successfully in cancer therapy and related chemotherapy, reduces itching and hypersensitivity, is helpful in joint inflammation, arthritis and certain spasms. It can be helpful in epilepsy, soothing, antipsychotic and anxiolytic (for stage fright and social phobias). It is also able to reduce the psychoactive effect of the THC by occupying the receptors and acting neuroprotective (the property of preventing nerve cells from dying). Cannabidiol has a positive effect on blood pressure, helps against insomnia, nausea, vomiting and relaxes the body. Since cannabinoids can work differently with each person, a reliable dosage is necessary.

CBD is relatively poor in side effects compared to THC, especially due to the lack of the intoxicating effect. Also, side effects of CBD should not go unmentioned. Dry mouth, increased tremor in Parkinson's patients, but also loss of appetite, fatigue and drowsiness may occur depending on preference. In addition, it is advised against CBD during pregnancy. Other effects of the combination (e.g., with THC) are now considered proven. Many applications are still being researched. CBD is believed to reduce the risk of diabetes - in this context, another cannabinoid in the test, the THSC. The CBD-rich cannabis Sativa L may legally be cultivated in Switzerland due to its low THC content. The cannabidiol is thus usable in a naturally given concentration.

Researched impact spectra:

  • Cannabinoids, including CBD, are potent radical scavengers and have cell-protecting properties.
  • In animal experiments it has been proven that the inflammatory parameter TNF-alpha is reduced with CBD. Also, this binds the GPR55 receptor.
  • CBD enhances the adenosine pathway. This leads to an increased release of neurotransmitters. Norepinephrine / adrenalin are thus harmonized.
  • CBD stimulates the vanilloid receptor type 1. The stimulation could contribute to an analgesic effect.
  • CBD and THC have the opposite effect on anxiety and panic attacks.
  • CBD has no psychotropic effect, so do not make high!

History:

Their influence on European history is gigantic - but different than you think!

Hemp (Cannabis Sativa L) is one of the oldest crops ever. The oldest fiber finds in Georgia are estimated at 30,000 years. Originally probably native to Central Asia, the plant was already an important foodstuff 10,000 years ago and was used early on for the treatment of rheumatism and malaria. From there, hemp entered about 2,500 years BC. on the high cultures in today's Iraq and India, their triumphal procession around the world. The reason: their fibers were indestructible. Hemp, nettle and flax have been the most important fiber plants in Europe for centuries. As soon as humans realized that hemp could be used to make robust clothing, it was just as early that the hemp plant was discovered as a medicinal plant. In a very old Chinese text, their advantages as a remedy for malaria and rheumatism are praised.

The Roman scientist Pliny the Elder describes that hemp reduces pain. From the Middle Ages to modern times, extracts from the cannabis plant are used to relieve pain. After antiquity, it is above all the fibers that inspire the progress of Europe. Many weapons in the Middle Ages (such as longbow) would not have been possible without the tendons of tensile hemp. The shipping and thus all discoveries and heroic deeds of this time, were only possible through the use of hemp. Hemp ropes and canvas do not rot in contact with salt water unlike flax lines. This is how trade centers such as Venice could emerge. Superpowers like Spain or England owed their existence to a small, inconspicuous plant.

The next step: the production of paper. Gutenberg printed in 1455 his famous bibles on paper, which was obtained from hemp. The American Declaration of Independence of 1776 is also printed on hemp paper. There are several reasons why hemp disappeared from the fields at the beginning of the last century. One is probably the invention of synthetic fiber, especially for the clothing industry. Societal and political reasons also made hemp disappear into widespread use for more than half a century. Only at the beginning of the 1990s does hemp return as raw material. A resource that covers so many uses that it would go beyond the scope of mentioning them all here. Hemp is the basis for paints, clothing, colors, animal feed, tea, paper and much more. A real jack of all trades - one of the most impressive plants on earth.

Disclaimer and general note on medical topics:

The modes of action described here are for informational purposes only and serve the purpose of general further education. They are not intended for treatment, diagnosis, prevention of disease. In no case do they replace professional advice from a doctor or pharmacist. The contents of this website should also not be understood as a basis to end other therapies or treatments of a disease. If you have any health problems, please contact the doctor you trust. We assume no liability for any inconvenience or damage resulting from any use of the products described herein. The products presented here are in no way a substitute for any prescribed medication and must not be taken during pregnancy, in children or when breastfeeding. The texts are not entitled to completeness and timeliness. The research was done to the best of my knowledge and belief and represents a balanced information.

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