The Use of Cannabinoids to Treat Pain



Kevin Boehnke, PhD Research Investigator, Anesthesiology Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center University of Michigan.

16 Comments

  1. I completely agree, watching until about 5 minutes so far as I type this. I myself have chronic pain and arthritis myself, which is terrible because I'm also a recovering opiod addict. Being a former smoker for years, but forced to take a break for a while… now I am a medical patient and love the pain relief benefits I get from it, RSO, TERP SAP AND CONCENTRATES!!! lol thank you for the information

  2. A Dilettante Praesupposita Theorem: All statements of fact, opinion, or analysis expressed do not necessarily reflect official positions or views or any other entity, past or present. Nothing in the contents should be construed as asserting or implying endorsement of interpretations and factual statements.
    It's all about the money?
    It was around the 1230's when big pharma was starting out and filled the pockets of the government to make Cannabis illegal and if you smoked it you will kill someone!!!
    Now Bank loads of money can be made and like a movie the criminal always returns to the scene of the crime.

  3. Great presentation Kevin, thanks for sharing!

    I've been using CBD to treat chronic pain in my chest/shoulder. The only oil that works for me is the full-spectrum Suver Haze tincture from Mima Remedies. All of their products have been 3rd-party tested, plus they're a Michigan-based business!

  4. You said the gave patients a low dose opiate combined with THC to achieve a similar pain relief effect similar to a stronger painkiller. How does this affect the brain? Would a doctor rather have a patient be under the effect of a lower dose opiate and thc or a stronger opiate?

  5. I ingest rick simpson oil daily. It is the only thing in the world that works against my nerve pain from neuropathy. 10 out of 10 pain, and this is the only thing that worked. I wish i knew what it does to my nerve endings, because its shocking how well it works for that specific type of pain.

  6. I have been using CBD for recovery after intense training sessions. I was sceptical but I have to say I don't get half as sore as I used to. One bit of advice I would give is to get high strength CBD. Im using Dr. Hemp Me's 20% CBD oil and it working wonderfully.

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