The medicinal use of cannabis dates back as early as 2737 BC, however, these applications have been lost in many parts of the world for the better part of a century. This is due to the fact that the use of cannabis was outlawed in the early 1900s, making scientific research difficult.
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How does cannabis work when treating a disease? Scientific studies have revealed that cannabis has a very clear effect on the human body, but until -just over two decades ago, it wasn’t understood why. Since the discovery of endocannabinoid receptors and the endocannabinoid system, the use of cannabis in the treatment and/or management of a variety of medical conditions, diseases and their associated symptoms has been of great interest to medical researchers.
Despite decades of recreational use that has contributed to marijuana’s disrepute, for thousands of years, Cannabis, a group of plants comprised of three species and seven sub-species, was, in fact, used in the disciplines of healing and medicine to treat a variety of ailments. These practices, have however, for the better part of the last century, been limited due to the classification of the drug as an illicit and banned substance.