Being specialists that treat pain, neuropathy, and immune diseases, we commonly advise our patients in using cannabis as part of their treatment plans. Both acupuncture and cannabis work to regulate and activate the body's endocannabinoid system, which affects pain, nervous system health, digestive function, and immune regulation.
We research the cannabis products we educate our patients about so that they get the right compounds, the right delivery, and the right dosing for their specific complaints. We keep up to date on the research so that our patients not only make smart choices, but also get good results. This article is a deep analysis of research/evidence comparing whole-plant cannabis extracts vs. pharmaceutical isolates, which reveals significant gaps in efficacy for single-compound pharmaceutical formulations. This kind of research is what helps us provide the best, evidence-based, informed guidance to our patients and sets us apart from non-experts.
The doctors as CannDynamics help lay out the comprehensive set of factors a medical provider and/or patient must consider when determining if and how to best use cannabis in their treatment plans. We like this comprehensive approach and follow this approach when helping patients determine if and how to use cannabis for medical treatment.
The considerations are: 1) Consistency in Formulations, 2) Consistency in Dosing, 3) Guidance, 4) Accessibility, 5) Efficacy, 6) Variety of Forms and Formulations, 7) Therapeutic Window, 8) Side Effects, 9) Price of Product. If you are curious about cannabis for your treatment plan, you can trust us to help you make the right choices and find trusted, medically appropriate, cost-effective, and safe products for your medical complaints.
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