CBD has strong anti-inflammatory capabilities, reducing the inflammation in joints.
By making slight changes to how our brain receives pain signals, THC and CBD can help reduce pain to a manageable state, and in some cases provide complete relief.
Dry, red and swelling skin, histamine release, and sensory nerve fibers are all aided by cannabinoids due to their powerful anti-itch and anti-inflammatory effects.
With CB1 and CB2 receptors being so abundant in our bodies, cannabis helps subdue the body’s heightened pain response associated with the chronic pain of fibromyalgia.
Cannabis can help temporarily decrease pressure in the eye, however, its use for glaucoma is only recommended in extremely developed cases. Using cannabis as a preventative measure may increase the speed of degeneration if the levels of THC and CBD are unable to be maintained consistently.