All posts tagged: Animal Model

Tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol as potential curative agents for cancer. A critical examination of the preclinical literature.

According to multiple mouse-models, THC administered directly into cancerous tumors produces a reduction in tumor sizes.

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Benjamin Caplan, MDTetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol as potential curative agents for cancer. A critical examination of the preclinical literature.
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Honey and Garlic Help Heal Burn Wounds

Euphorbia honey and garlic- Biological activity and burn wound recovery

A recent study has shown that a combination of euphorbia honey and garlic can help heal burn wounds. Euphorbia honey and garlic have antioxidant, microbial, and healing properties that have now been confirmed to be effective when treating wounds resulting from exposure to extreme heat. Combining natural ingredients has been common in traditional medicine for years, but now western medicine is beginning to look at more natural compounds to aid in recovery and treatment methods.

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CBD reduces seizures and social deficits in a mouse model of Dravet syndrome

CBD treatment in a mouse model for Dravet Syndrome effectively reduced seizures and autism-like behaviors

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A selective CB2 agonist protects against the inflammatory response and joint destruction in collagen-induced arthritis mice

In a study of 40 mice, scientists find that the CB2-selective agonist significantly reduced the severity of arthritis and markedly reduced bone erosion. These data clearly indicate that the CB2-selective agonist may be considered a novel treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.

Benjamin Caplan, MDA selective CB2 agonist protects against the inflammatory response and joint destruction in collagen-induced arthritis mice
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