WILD DAGGA 300 mg x 60 Capsules only adults over 18


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The wild dagga plant is a legal Herbs world wide and helps with the following: Klip Dagga has long been used in African traditional medicine as a treatment for fevers, headaches, malaria, dysentery and snakebite. It has an effect on the uterus - depending on the dose it will stimulate- or suppress menstruation. In Trinidad it is a common cold, fever and asthma remedy. Its roots are used in treating stings and bites from poisonous animals and insects like snakes and scorpions. They have also been found useful in the remedy of boils, itches and skin complain via cutaneous application of moistures containing them. Not just these, they have been smoked like marijuana and tobacco although it has a highly variable effect including “highness” that is common to them. Just recently, the plant has attracted more interest since science has discovered more potential uses and advantages. Below are a few A recent report from the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have stressed that the best-supported medicinal use of the wild dagga plant is in the treatment of chronic pains. They have said that there are definitive pieces of evidence that the cannabis or cannabinoids found in the plant is effective in the treatment of pains and that makes it by far the reason people request medical marijuana. The report mentioned earlier didn’t stop at the use of dagga for pain treatments, it went on to reveal that there are strong pieces of evidence to support how massively it can help with muscle spasms especially the ones that are related to multiple sclerosis. It further states that other muscle spasms respond to treatment from the plant too as diaphragm spasms which are untreatable by other means respond positively to prescribed dagga medications. It has been said wild dagga possibly contains extracts that could be used to make drugs for the treatment of glaucoma. Glaucoma is known to increase pressure in the eyeball which causes damage to the optic nerve hence loss of vision but the dagga plant is said to contain components that lower pressure inside the eyes. This is according to the National Eye Institute. Still, medical consensus thinks that the plant only helps to lower IOP for only a few hours, which means that it’s probably not good enough evidence at the moment. The researcher, however, hoped that marijuana-based compounds be developed to help the treatment last longer. Again, cannabidiol contained in marijuana (wild dagga) seems to help people with treatment of resistant epilepsy. This has been tested and found effective as well as the only thing that helps control seizures in some children. There hasn’t been a gold-standard claim and double-blind studies on this topic. Researchers may need more data on how effective the plant is for this purpose. The above discovery has fuelled speculations on whether wild dagga would be useful in cancer treatments. According to researchers at the California Pacific Medical Center in Francisco, 2007, extracts from the plant prevent the spreading of cancer in a scientific culture. Previous studies also show similar occurrences on aggressive brain tumors and mice cell cultures, shrinking the tumor at the right dose. Although more investigations are needed, there are possibilities that this might be the way to go in cancer treatment. Cannabis has been found to reduce anxiety levels in low doses. The researcher has revealed that a low dosage of cannabis could be useful for anyone to relax, but a high dosage results in anxiety. This claim is according to Emma Childs, an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Illinois, Chicago. It has been observed that patients that are suffering from certain inflammatory bowel conditions as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease could benefit from using the dagga plant. Professionals have found out that this is perhaps possible because cannabidiol interacts with body cells to play significant roles in the gut and in raising the immune system. This is according to a study that was published in the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. It is no longer a secret that marijuana alleviates pain by promoting sleep as well as reduces inflammations. That being said, a 2011 study has suggested that cannabis compounds and plants may relieve pains and discomfort for people with rheumatoid arthritis condition. Professionals have observed and said that cannabis smokers tend to be less obese, including that they have better responses to sugar consumption. A study published in the American Journal of Medicine has also suggested that pot smokers are usually skinnier than average individuals and that they possess healthier metabolism as well as a positive reaction to sugar consumption even though they tend to eat more calories than fewer smokers. Looking further and beyond, there could more incredible uses and medical advantages of wild dagga. Researchers could only do more to ascertain these potentials and make the people become confident of the medicinal uses as much as the common traditional usage. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE COURIERS COSTS


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