It has been in the news ever since the CBR oil was mentioned in the SSR case.

During the investigation of the film actor Sushant Singh Rajput case, some conversations have come up about cannabidiol or CBD oil. But what is it?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is the extract (extract or extract) of cannabis (cannabis or Cannabis Oil), also known as marijuana. It is the second highest active ingredient present in the cannabis plant.

Medical marijuana has gained a lot of importance in recent years and many studies are going on to understand its medicinal benefits. According to Harvard Medical School , marijuana plant is derived from the family plant hemp (ganja), but does not give ‘intoxication’.

According to reports , experts in the Ministry of AYUSH in India have recommended research on medical marijuana.

According to the World Health Organization , “there has been no sign of any ill effects or habituation of CBD in humans.”

For your good, let’s repeat once again that most of the research is in the initial stage and you need to take the advice of your doctor for the best way of treatment.

Let’s take a look at which diseases are being used or studied in medical marijuana around the world:

Sleep disorders

Some US states are using CBD to treat sleep apnea (insomnia). Studies have shown that cannabis improves sleep quality and duration and helps in curing many sleep disorders (sleep disorders).

According to a study , tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a major cannabinoid found in cannabis, reduces the time it takes sleepers to fall asleep with insomnia.

Engagement and PTSD

Medical marijuana can be helpful in depression, anxiety, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a study in the Clinical Psychology Review, as reported in the journal Time .

There are some researches which suggest that it can help in treating people suffering from drug addiction. But for people suffering from bipolar disease and psychosis it may be harmful to take it through smoking in any form.

Long term pain

There is evidence that medical marijuana can help patients with chronic pain (chronic pain) including fibromyalgia (severe pain in bones and muscles).

Actually, chronic pain is one of the most common reasons for which people take medical marijuana.

According to a report released by the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) , which is believed to be the most comprehensive of all available research, cannabis has an important role in pain relief.


According to scientists, experiments on cancer cells grown in lab dishes have found that other cannabinoids such as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD slow the growth rate of certain cancers.

Two chemically pure drugs made from marijuana compounds — dronabinol and nabinol — have been approved for use in the US.

Multiple sclerosis

The UK MS Society has said that patients suffering from multiple sclerosis should be allowed to use medical marijuana. Guardian ‘s report , according to the MS Society has demanded that cannabis will be made valid for those patients, whose treatment of pain and cramps can not be satisfied by existing drugs.

According to the Mayo Clinic , further studies show that:

  • Cannabis extract, taken in capsule form, can help relieve muscle spasms and spasms.
  • Extract can reduce pain.
  • When taken as a mouth spray, it can reduce the problem of cramps, pain and frequent urination.


Studies indicate that active ingredients of marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) act to block pain signals. CBD has protective and antiinflammatory properties.

Although not clear from many studies that marijuana is epilepsy controls how the tour (Apilipsi), but it is expected the parents of thousands of children who suffer from epilepsy.

Some studies indicate that medical marijuana may help reduce the pain of periods. Numerous studies are being conducted all over the world to find out the benefits of cannabis in many treatments. Medical marijuana (not hashish) should only be taken on the clear advice of your doctors.