We answer the most frequently asked questions about cannabinoid therapy and the use of medical cannabis in our guide.
For many people in our society, cannabis is still an expression of the forbidden - a narcotic. In the meantime, however, its medicinal effect has been proven. And this is used in medical treatment to alleviate various complaints: Chronic pain, depression, migraine, ADHD, sleep disorders and many other indications are among them. In this case, we speak of medical cannabis.
Cannabinoid therapy, built on this medical cannabis, is used to alleviate chronic ailments and reduce long-lasting physical ailments and disorders. If you are affected by physical limitations for more than three months, we talk about chronic ailments. In this case, it may make sense for you to talk to our doctors and see if cannabinoid therapy can provide you with mitigation. Shorter periods of discomfort we call acute - in this case cannabinoid therapy probably cannot help you.
Medical treatment with medicinal cannabis has only been officially permitted since 2017 - and its use is subject to prescription. The therapy is often used as a supplement to conventional medical treatment or if this does not bring the hoped-for effect. Compared to standard prescription medications, the side effects of treatment with medical cannabis can be significantly lower. The aim of cannabinoid therapy is primarily to mitigate the respective course of the disease, as it is not a first-choice drug. That is why the therapy is usually only used as a supplement to classical medicine or after other therapy has failed, in order to at least reduce the symptoms.
Cannabinoids are used for the treatment of numerous complaints and often lead to the attenuation of these very complaints in patients. Especially the following indications have proven to be promising for treatment with cannabinoids.
Chronic pain: When cannabinoids bind to the cannabinoid receptors in our body, the transmission of pain impulses within the body is blocked. This is how they can give you relief from pain that has lasted longer than three months.
Depression: Medical cannabis can have a mood-lifting effect and even trigger euphoric states in patients. Compared to common antidepressants, medical cannabis is a particularly fast-acting drug.
Migraine: Long-lasting and recurring migraine symptoms can be reduced by ongoing cannabinoid treatment. Even recurrent cluster headaches can be reduced by treatment with medical cannabis.
ADHD: With the help of cannabinoid therapy, it is possible for our patients to increase their ability to concentrate and alleviate impulsivity. This can positively influence the course of the disease and make everyday life easier.
Sleep disorders: Cannabinoid therapy can provide real help as a sleep aid substitute: medical cannabis lowers blood pressure and dilates arteries, making it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep. Sleep quality can increase in chronic sleep disorders.
Other indications: Beyond these indications, there are dozens of others in which positive results have been achieved in the past. Cannabinoid therapy can lead to other positive side effects in addition to the treatment of the indication itself.
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