People have looked to cannabis as a natural medicinal agent to treat ailments for more than 3,000 years. Marijuana offers a safer alternative to highly addictive opioids and long-term side-effects of other medications prescribed to alleviate symptoms.
While smoking flower remains the most popular method of consumption, cannabis doesn’t need to be inhaled to be beneficial. There are a wide variety of applications now available, including CBD oils, tinctures, topicals, and edibles.
Trustworthy Medical Cannabis
Most people have heard of cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). However, the number of identified cannabinoids is over a hundred and there’s evidence that many more exist. As research progresses, the individual compounds are being discovered as uniquely beneficial. The interactions between the cannabinoids themselves are paving the way for further advancement in medical treatment.
We’ve learned that CBD does not interact with CB-1 brain cell receptors in the same manner as THC. It actually inhibits THC from binding to receptors. Based on this understanding, strains are being engineered to include specific cannabinoids and achieve a particular effect. Products now focus on anti-inflammation, stress reduction, relief of chronic pain, and more.
The Benefits of Medical Cannabis
With your health and wellness as our top priority, PotCo Dispensary helps you determine the right solution for your specific needs. We’ve built a reputation on top quality, affordable cannabis over 6 years of service. We are the premier medical dispensary of choice across Denver, Aurora, Commerce City, Dupont, Henderson, and Westminster, CO.
The results of ongoing research suggest that cannabis may prove advantageous in the treatment of a long list of conditions, such as:
- Alcoholism and drug addiction
- Appetite loss associated with HIV/AIDS and certain types of cancer
- Chronic pain
- Depression, PTSD and social anxiety
- Multiple sclerosis
- Nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy
- Slow the growth or kill some types of cancer
- Spasticity of the muscles associated with multiple sclerosis and paralysis