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Cannabis Science, a company that investigates the medical benefits of marijuana and manufactures cutting edge cannabis-based medical products, has released a new patch that they claim relieves the painful symptoms of fibromyalgia and diabetic nerve pain more effectively than anything else that is currently on the US market.
The thin layers of the patch contain a powerful cannabinoid extract that penetrates the thin layers of the skin and reaches the central nervous system and relieves the pain associated with various common disorders. The cannabinoid extract in question is CBD which is medically valuable for its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. Cannabis Science claims that there are no known side effects to the patch aside from a mild hallucinogenic effect in some individuals.
According to the CEO of Cannabis Science, Raymond C. Dabney this patch could go a long way to relieving the incredibly painful symptoms associated with fibromyalgia. “Over 10% of all Americans are affected by fibromyalgia, and many don’t even know they have it, ” he said in a statement. He also said that fibromyalgia and diabetic nerve pain are common worldwide and it is hoped that the patch will be released to help all sufferers in the future. He even floated the possibility that the patch might be proven to cure these diseases entirely.
Representatives from Cannabis Science have said that there is a lot more on the horizon when it comes to putting forward cannabis-based medical products on the market. They said that they are currently in the process of increasing their land capacity to grow more marijuana and develop new hi-tech facilities to help their scientists continue with their important medical research. Dabney explains that the company hopes to put out many more cannabis-based medical products in the future.
The pain-relieving properties of cannabis have been well documented for decades, but its use in a medical context remains controversial. The current administration in the United States has shown a degree of hostility towards the proliferation of marijuana, and it remains to be seen as to how this will impact the trajectory of medical research concerning cannabis.