Oral Spray is most effective absorption method (90%), as is listed in the PDR Physician Desk Reference. This user-friendly  cinnamon flavor Oral Spray is great for its therapeutic benefits.    Fast-acting delivery method of non-psychoactive CBD medical cannabis delivers droplets from the atomizer less  than 50 microns in diameter, which enables the best absorption when crossing into the bloodstream and nervous system.

NeuCana Whole Flower CBD Formulations improve your treatment plan by activating you endocannabinoid system, subsequently decreasing healing time, inflammation, and pain.

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This new intra-oral method of delivery is through the back of the jaw. It is important to note each side of the jaw has different receptors. This is a new window into treatment per condition. This pocket friendly fresh Binaca cinnamon flavor has 480mg of CBD; which offers the “start low and go slow” way to relieve anxiety.

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The Entourage Effect

A 2015 study by Israeli researchers showed that whole plant CBD-rich cannabis “is superior over [synthetic] CBD for the treatment of inflammatory conditions. ”A review of past research into the anti-inflammatory effects of CBD (one of the two most active cannabinoids or special compounds in cannabis) revealed that administration of pure CBD in these pre-clinical studies resulted in a bell-shaped dose-response curve, meaning that CBD stopped having any therapeutic effect beyond a certain amount. The researchers wondered whether a whole plant CBD-rich extract would respond any differently. They discovered that unlike the bell-shaped dose-response curve of pure CBD, the anti-inflammatory, anti-pain response of whole plant CBD increased with dose, making whole plant CBD ideal for clinical use.

Research has shown CBD to also greatly enhance the medical benefits of THC while reducing its unwanted effects. CBD and THC act on different pathways in the body, complementing and synergizing their mutual analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor and other medically beneficial effects. As we covered in Part 2 of our Cannabis and Cancer series, a 2014 study from the UK uncovered “dramatic reductions” in a deadly form of brain cancer when THC and CBD were used in conjunction with radiation treatment on mice. Similar to the Israeli study that found a small dose of whole plant CBD was as effective as a large dose of pure CBD, the UK researchers found that a small dose of THC with CBD was as effective as a large dose of either individual cannabinoid in killing cancer cells.