Cannabis Science - Cannabis Studies
February 15, 2018

Impact of Cannabis on the Body

Mel Perron
2 min

Through Compass Cannabis Clinic, we’ve received first hand testimonials that have given witness to the medicinal truths of cannabis. We give thanks to our Licensed Producer partners for their dedication in supporting this natural medicine, and providing access to the general public.


A tremendous amount of scientific research has gone into learning more about the medicinal properties of this amazing plant. This research is in turn slowly overcoming the stigma associated with cannabis resulting in the projected end of the prohibition of marijuana. We invite you to do your own research into the early days of prohibition, and you will gain an understanding of the personal interests of special interest groups who simply saw marijuana as being “bad for business” and therefore influenced decision makers to ban it.


As we learn more about cannabinoids and their effects on our endocannabinoid system, cannabis is quickly gaining traction as the next alternative healthcare option. Responsible for regulating balance in our body’s immune response, including metabolism and equilibrium, the endocannabinoid system is as real and valid as our central nervous system. Cannabinoids have proven to assist with the regulation of numerous systems in the human body, effectively impacting our overall health in a positive way.


For those who are interested in the medicinal benefits of cannabis, but do not want the psychoactive effects, CBD is a fantastic option. The cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol) has been recognized by patients for the relief of symptoms associated with ailments such as cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes, and more.


When attempting to treat an ailment such as cancer with the use of cannabis, it is extremely important to research the proper method of ingestion, dosages, tolerance building, etc. Compass Cannabis Clinic and its team of Patient Educators can provide information on how to medicate responsibly and not over-consume.

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