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Compare cannabis compounds and product types & find the right cannabis type and method of absorption to suit your needs

Pain Ailments and Cannabis

Pain from these ailments  can be managed with cannabis:

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How Cannabis Helps Pain

Chronic Pain (and acute pain) is affected by your body’s pain control mechanism, which is connected to your natural cannabinoid receptors.

The pain signal (types of pain) that comes from the body to the brain, combined with other information such as memory and current status, is interpreted by the brain as either danger or safe.

The CBD (in cannabis medication) connects with your natural cannabinoid receptors that then reduces the pain signal and reduces anxiety in the body.

The THC (in cannabis medication) distracts the mind, thus slowing down the brains conclusion of perceived danger in the body, which then affects the pain control mechanism of your ailment.

Cannabis products supports our bodies endocannabinoid system that is found our brain, nervous system, organs and immune cells maintain our health.

Cannabinoids are an effective treatment for chronic pain
Cannabis Medicine Types for Pain

The oldest USA Medical Institution, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine founded 1863 by President Lincoln, conducted the most comprehensive look at ALL the available research on cannabis , and concluded that “cannabinoids is an effective treatment for chronic pain.” January 2017

Factors That Affect Pain & Body Feelings

To help you predict what body feelings you can expect from cannabis and what medicinal uses a cannabis product can be used to treat or aid your symptom click here .

This guide has been developed from our Whistler community over the years, so you too can be just as knowledgeable about cannabis products and how they affect you.

Want To Replace Opioids Or Other Pain Meds?

You can limit or eliminate prescription pain medications, including opioids such as OxyContin, Codeine, Tramadol, Vicodin & Norco , as well as Clonazepam, Lexapro or Celebrex with cannabis products.

Here is a summary of how different pain medications work:

  • Opioids: The difference between prescription Opioids and heroin is one is made by big pharma and the other is
    made illegally, but both have the same chemical composition and addictive traits!
  • Anti-inflammatories reduce inflammation by blocking the chemicals your body creates in response to an injury that cause that inflammation.
  • Opioids bond to opioid receptors you already have in your body, which can cause feelings of euphoria and block sensations of pain.
  • Acetaminophen (Tylenol) can treat some forms of pain, but we don’t know how it works or why still to this day.
  • Ibuprofen, naproxen sodium, or aspirin (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications): Is helpful but can
    cause side effects such as stomach upset, nausea, gastric bleeding and ulcers.

“10mg of THC yields the same amount of pain relief as 60mg of Codeine”

Institute of Medicine (IOM)

Pain Medical Studies

Over 20 chronic & acute pain with cannabis studies from various Universities, Medical Institutes, Government departments that support our cannabis recommendations of cannas types, methods of delivery, and dosage.

Patent = $$ , No Patent = No $$

Pharmaceutical companies can not patent the cannabis plant, which makes it not profitable for them, therefore the trials needed for Drs to prescribe cannabis has not been funded by these companies. 

Our Mission

We understand that you have chronic pain, either from injury, disease or disorder,and most likely are using or have used one of these opioid pain meds: OxyContin, Codeine, Tramadol, Vicodin & Norco, or other types of pain medication such as Ibuprofen, Clonazepam, Lexapro or Celebrex and now you want to know what cannabis strain, products or delivery mechanism to use for your particular pain condition and lifestyle situation.

Our objective is to take the hassle out of your chronic or acute pain management shopping experience, by explaining how cannabis and chronic pain work based by the latest study (January 2017) from the oldest USA Medical Institution, founded 1863 by President Lincoln, with what types of strains to use and what delivery methods to manage your pain.

Mount Herbal Institute knowledge also comes from scientific documented medical studies, cannabis compound profiles, industry relations with various major cannabis pharmaceutical facilities and user strain reviews from multiple canna websites.