Cannabis in gynecology, historical and modern overview

by Dominik Marko, Director of Scientific Affairs @PQE Group

The Therapeutic Potential of Medical Cannabis in Female Gynecology

Modern healthcare has already witnessed numerous different therapeutic directions the medical cannabis has already taken, from chronic pain, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s and glaucoma to epilepsy, HIV or ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) followed by other medical and psychological conditions. Lately, more in-depth research and application have been focused on the use of CBD in treating diseases and ailments in female gynecology with astounding rates of success, also in cases where standard medicine fails to aid.

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Ancient History of Cannabis Use in Treating Female Reproductive Ailments

Historically, civilizations were very much aware of cannabis effects and potential to support female reproductive system ailments. Ancient history witnessed cannabis use in menstrual disorders, lowering pain and facilitating childbirth, as well as in treatment of uterus tumors or common gonorrhea. Oils made of hemp were often applied topically to lower the pain during childbirth, however they also often burned cannabis flowers and inhaled the smoke.

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