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Cannabis Will be Used to Treat Epilepsy

Reading, bad image of marijuana as frequently misused TAMANAN will soon changein the near future. British scientists have proved that this plant could treat epilepsyand now is preparing clinical trials in humans.

Dr Ben Whalley, drugs researchers from the University of Reading recently provedsome compounds in cannabis plants to effectively relieve the electric prod prodoccurin the brain. Prodprod it is the trigger seizures in people with epilepsy.

The compound is referred to in antaramnya cannabidiol, one of the cannabis contentthat users create can be drunk. In treating epilepsy, cannabidiol is assisted by anothercompound in cannabis plants whose names are still foreign enough that GWP42006.

Preclinical Tests on animals have shown, both compounds are very effective andsafe to relieve electric prod prodtrigger seizures. To determine the appropriatetherapeutic dose for humans, in the near Dr Whalley and his team will conduct clinical trials.

If successful, the results of this study will slightly change the image of marijuana thathad been bad. Than originally synonymous with crime and abuse into plants that are beneficial to the development of pharmaceutical science and medicine.

Previously, in the era of the ’60s and ’70s marijuana once synonymous with theabuse that is rarely seen its potential for medical purposes, said Dr Whelley as quoted by the Telegraph, on Monday (4/11/2011).

Benefits of marijuana in the medical field is already much studied in recent decades.Some of them also proved that the plant is efficacious as a medicine, among othersovercome the pain in patients with multiple schlerosis and cancer.

Recent research conducted by Dr. Whalley and his team have been publishedrecently in the journal seizure.

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