The Therapeutic Use of Cannabis Sativa

Shkëlqim Hidri

Abstract


Cannabis sativa - a very curved name, often as a synonym for evil. Known and used since Antiquity, in almost all arts of the world, for medical purposes, but also industrial food today is questioned. Is it good or bad? Hard to say exactly! Called often as "killer plant", "plant cursed" in some cases has resulted in the "best" finding use in symptoms or pathology where known therapy has not been very effective. Purpose: According to published studies by many researchers, and some of the research on persons who have used hashish, some for pleasure and others for treating an illness (cancer and AIDS), may shed light on this very sensitive topic. Often combined with legal problems is not easy to give a final judgment. Method of study: The study is descriptive character. Conclusions: The data presented below suggest that there is enough space in which cannabinoids can be used effectively, but it has always and only for therapeutic purposes and without avoiding legal framework.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v2i1.408

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v2i1.408.g445

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