Cannabis-derived terpenes antimicrobial potency – a potential alternative against the antimicrobial resistance in Veterinary treatments

by Leonardo Giraudo, Pharmacovigilance Compliance Expert @PQE Group

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) poses a significant threat to both human and animal health, demanding innovative solutions to combat infectious diseases effectively. In the realm of veterinary medicine, where antimicrobial agents are routinely employed, the emergence of resistant pathogens has amplified the need for alternative therapeutic options. Cannabis-derived terpenes, known for their diverse biological activities, are increasingly gaining attention for their antimicrobial properties. Our aim is to explore the potential of cannabis-derived terpenes as a novel avenue to address antimicrobial resistance in veterinary treatments. 

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Terpenes are aromatic compounds found abundantly in various plants, including cannabis (Cannabis sativa). These compounds are responsible for the characteristic flavors and aromas associated with cannabis strains. Moreover, terpenes exhibit a wide range of biological activities, including antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. 

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