A revolutionary patch effectively treats the symptoms of fibromyalgia and diabetic neuropathic pain
The Cannabis Science is a company that focuses on the healing power of cannabis. Thus, fibromyalgia and diabetic neuropathic pain are in the crosshairs. Its patches relieve neurological pain by releasing controlled doses of cannabis into the bloodstream through the skin. Cannabis Science experts claim that controlled doses of cannabis will not harm the body. In addition, they will not induce any negative side effects.
Absorption in two different ways to fight against fibromyalgia
There are two ways for patients to take treatment for fibromyalgia. On the one hand, the insertion into a penetrable membrane that allows complete absorption, or thin layers that melt on the skin. This is because the thin layers are filled with cannabinoid extract which effectively relieves pain once it reaches the central nervous system.
Mr. Raymond C. Dabney, CEO of Cannabis Science, says their product is just one small aspect of Cannabis Science's capabilities.
“The development of these two new pharmaceutical pharmaceutical applications is just the tip of the iceberg of what we see as the future of Cannabis Science. As we strive to increase our growth capacity and facilities to produce our own product to provide our scientists with proprietary materials to manufacture these treatments, we are also busy researching other potential needs for related medical applications. therapeutic cannabis. ”Said the CEO.
Pain associated with fibromyalgia often poorly detected
Indeed, two million French are affected by fibromyalgia and many of them don't even know it. So the few people being monitored take pain relievers and opioids to avoid anxiety and depression. Indeed, these are common symptoms of this disease.
Neuropathic pain is a painful condition that is associated with deteriorated nerve endings. Treatment with acupuncture or taking morphine follows.
Thus, the patches have proven their effectiveness in treating pain associated with diabetic neuropathy and fibromyalgia. The next logical step is to see these patches as a treatment for other forms of pain.
Dabney says his company is still in its infancy.
“As more states legislate for the legalization of cannabis and medicinal products derived from cannabis, Cannabis Science is focused on developing pharmaceutical formulations and applications to meet growing demand over the next few years. "