There is a lot of talk these days about our gut, its health and how it influences the rest of our body. Cannabis is beginning to show how certain cannabinoids can not only reduce inflammation in the digestive tract but can also regulate our gut health in general. Please reference the section on CBG as well for more research on the matter. And as always, please consult your doctor prior to starting a cannabis regimen.  They don’t have to like it, as long as it’s safe for you, but they do have to respect your freedom of choice when it comes to your own healthcare.

 

Role of Cannabinoids in Gastrointestinal Mucosal Defense and Inflammation

Cannabis Induces a Clinical Response in Patients with Crohn’s Disease: A Prospective Placebo-Controlled Study

A Preliminary Study on the Influence of Cannabis and Opioid Use on Weight Loss and Mental Health Biomarkers Post-weight Loss Surgery

Cannabis is associated with clinical but not endoscopic remission in ulcerative colitis: A randomized controlled trial

Cannabis in Gastroenterology: Watch Your Head! A Review of Use in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Functional Gut Disorders, and Gut-Related Adverse Effects

Oral CBD-rich cannabis induces clinical but not endoscopic response in patients with Crohn’s disease, a randomized controlled trial

The Effectiveness of Common Cannabis Products for Treatment of Nausea

Cannabis in Gastroenterology: Watch Your Head! A Review of Use in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Functional Gut Disorders, and Gut-Related Adverse Effects

Does Oral Cannabidiol Convert to THC, a Psychoactive Form of Cannabinoid, in the Stomach?

The Effectiveness of Common Cannabis Products for Treatment of Nausea