Apart from the well-known medical benefits of cannabis, such as reducing nausea, improving appetite and reducing anxiety, cannabinoids have shown promise in multiple studies for treating various cancers, epilepsy, pain relief, and in neurological diseases including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, dementia and Multiple Sclerosis. Legal limitations, however, have prevented researchers from conducting thorough double-blind clinical trials on these and other potential medical applications of cannabis. By obtaining a research license in
JamenShively, Vice President of Marketing forPlanda, commented, "As a society, we have relied far too long on anecdotal evidence and the few limited trials that have taken place involving medical marijuana.Plandais committed to bringing cannabis research to the forefront as a potential treatment or cure for various diseases and conditions. We believe solid research, conducted under full legal authority by top independent facilities, is the key to ending prohibition and allowing patients to benefit from the medical benefits of marijuana without feeling like criminals or addicts."
Planda'slive-plant extraction process recovers phytonutrients from plant material in a mainlynanoparticle form and rearranges the antioxidants (polyenes) into a format bio-compatible with humans and animals. In addition, throughPlanda'sagreement with
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