Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Increases appetite, aids in digestion, relieves diarrhea, and decreases bowel spasms.
Compassionate Voice Spring 2014
Check out the January-March issue of the BCCCS newsletter for some big updates: - From our 2013 Winter Party - In terms of our prices, which have dropped substantially - About the upcoming MMPR changes - and more Download your copy here.
The Compassionate Voice Winter 2011
The October-December edition of the BCCCS' newsletter features updates from our recent roundtable meeting with Health Canada, as well as the Dispensaries Are Indispensable capmaign. Other updates include vapourizer news, and posts from the member picnic as well as Pride.
Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency (CECD) as a Possible Explanation for the Benefits of Cannabis
Published in Neuro Endocrinology Letters -- This study examines the concept of clinical endocannabinoid deficiency (CECD), and the prospect that it could underlie the pathophysiology of migraine, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, and other functional conditions alleviated by medicinal cannabis. Follow the link to read the full summary.
Bowel Study Backs Cannabis Drugs
Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBS) may benefit from cannabis-based drugs, UK scientists believe. This Bath University team found that people with the gut disorder had an abundant number of a type of cannabinoid receptors in their body. They believe this is part of the body's attempt to dampen down the inflammation and that giving a drug that binds to these receptors could boost this. Their findings appear in the journal Gastroenterology.
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