Ulcerative colitis and CBD
Cannabinoid normalization of ulcerative colitis symptoms was argued to be a more protective, or a more effective therapeutic agent than sulphasalazine. The breath of therapeutic effects that these cannabinoids carry is the reason for this hypothesis. The cannabinoids help to mediate cytokines responsible for inflammation. In addition, it demonstrated the ability of the cannabinoids to increase cholinergic contractions and relaxant responses in the colitis models. In other words, the cannabinoids improved the function of both the excitatory and inhibitory nerves and therefore was much “more protective of the myenteric plexus” (a central component to the gastrointestinal nervous system).
The administration of THC and CBD was shown to be at a more effectiveness than a dose of THC without CBD. The reinforcement by both cannabinoids demonstrates that although they share some of the same pathways, they do carry distinct pathways that relieve IBD symptoms. A therapeutic preparation of both cannabinoids therefore may be the most potent in reducing IBD symptoms. However, it would carry the psychoactive side effect. Therefore, a therapeutic preparation of CBD would be the most medically effective and accepted model of cannabinoid treatment.
Here are some juice recipes that should be very good for this disease!
3-4 leaves of napa cabbage (this is the best you can get for ulcerative colitis)
Everything need to be organic or biologisch use this link.
Drink a glass of this 3-4 times a day it’s important to drink the glass fast because when you use a centrifuge juicer it’s getting oxidized
2 big handfuls of spinach
1 celery stick chopped
A thumbnail piece of ginger root peeled
1 lemon – juice only
1 medium cucumber
Drink every morning instead of breakfast isn’t the best tasting but it’s very good for energy and cleansing out the stomach.
1 stalk celery
1 handful spinach
1 tsp Powergreens.
Juice the apples, cucumber, celery and spinach. If you want to use mixed greens leaves instead of Powergreens simply juice these along with the other ingredients.
Cabbage Juice works wonders for digestive problems. Cabbage Juice contains sulforaphane, which kills off the bacterial causing stomach ulcers. You can add cabbage to your juices or try a cabbage shot, as featured in Super Juice Me! The Big Juice Experiment. Simply juice one apple and half a small cabbage ( red cabbage works really well).