“Cannabis root” does not contain THC. Accelerate the research of “effervescent powder” to relieve pain, nourish the body.

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Department of Thai Traditional Medicine researches “cannabis root” for medicinal uses Capsule form – effervescent powder extract Initially aimed at anti-inflammatory, pain, nourishing the body, specifying the root does not contain THC.

Ms. Theerathorn Sanghae, Operations Pharmacist Thai Traditional Medicine and Herbal Development Division Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine said that the current Drug Development Division There have been research studies on the utilization of cannabis roots in 2 parts: 1. The cannabis roots are ground into powder and pressed into capsules. Can be eaten and 2. The extract is made in powder form. with steam distillation Powdered and in the form of baking powder to make it easier to eat. The efficiency of liquids is better absorbed than solids. However, both studies are still under study. Literature review need to study further Primarily, it will be used for anti-inflammatory, pain relief, nourishing the body.

“I want to research that Hemp root also has medicinal uses. The research study has both the treatment and health promotion part. But all must be under the diagnosis of a doctor. How should I use it? which may be used as a substitute for painkillers in the future Reduce unnecessary drug use In addition to the cannabis root found that does not contain THC, it is suitable for people who can not use THC. Once the research results are clear, it will lead to further human research,” said Ms. Theerathorn.

Ms. Theerathorn said that in regards to medicinal cannabis oil, mercy medicine There is a modified form of THC 3 mg per drop. Currently, it is designed to be easily eaten as soft capsules, with 3 mg of THC per 1 soft capsule, which makes it easier to take. but have to wait for the steps to put into practice It is not currently available in soft capsule form.

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Ms. Chotika Raembantheng, a Thai traditional medicine practitioner Hospital of Thai Traditional Medicine and Integrated Medicine Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine said that at present, we have a Thai traditional medical cannabis clinic that has been opened since 2019 with Ajarn Decha’s recipe. the mercy formula It is used in patients with stage 3 and 4 cancer who have nausea, insomnia, and anorexia.
However, the treatment of patients will have a medical history. which we will have the patient prepare to bring their identity card before And the patient should come by himself, if he can come, not in bed. Must bring personal medication and must tell the details of the symptoms or have any congenital disease because there will be a detailed history

It is important to bring the medical history of modern medicine with you to consider concurrent treatment. For example, if the patient has cancer and requires chemo. Must notify a Thai traditional doctor in order to stop using Thai traditional medicine during that period until the chemo is finished and the body is healthy

“There was no patient allergic to marijuana. by using in the first patients I will use it first and not let me go home. Observe symptoms for about 45 minutes if there are no symptoms. can go home But in the case of an old patient who continues to take medicine, the symptoms are stable and not worse, they can go home. Most of the patients who come to have chronic diseases, cancer, Parkinson’s, epilepsy, etc., while working people will come with insomnia. There will be treatment here as well,” said Ms. Chotika.

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