I've thought of cannabis as something that could possibly help erythromelalgia for the pain, but could using it in the raw or juiced form help even more? I don't know, I didn't even know it could be juiced. I do know that I don't rule out anything when it comes to treating erythromelalgia.
Some highlights from the video of the effect that raw and juiced cannabis has on the body.
- Helps the bodies regulatory system
- Helps all 210 cells types in the body function more effectively
- It has potent anti-inflammatory benefits
- It is an antioxidant
"It is not psychoactive as a raw plant" - This means it does not cross the blood brain barrier, which means it will not get you high. This may be looked at as a negative for some people, but for those that are looking for as something that heals and treats them, the fact that it won't interfere with how their brain functions is a very important aspect. In fact the one doctor claims that by heating it and using as a psychoactive substance you walk away from 99% of the of benefits the plant.
I find this to be a very interesting idea that needs to be looked into further. As the doctors on this video state, at the end of the day it is a vegetable, it is a plant, if it was found in an Amazon rain forest today it would be heralded as a new wonder plant, it is only because we have been raised to think that it is bad, that we have a certain negative perception about cannabis...we need to take a second look!
Do you think that juiced and raw cannabis is something worth looking into for erythromelalgia?