Simply put, some researchers believe that CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties could benefit sugar metabolism, the immune system, cell growth, heart function. Studies taken place at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem suggest that, as chronic inflammation plays a key role in the development of insulin resistance and type-2 diabetes, CBD could help treat this inflammation and suppress diabetes. CBD could possibly even reverse and cure diabetes, though more research is needed.
Another issue that often arises from diabetes, especially those who have been suffering from diabetes for a long time, is neuropathic pain. Neuropathic pain is a complex and chronic form of pain, often caused by tissue injuries. Diabetes often causes damage to the nerve fibers, which sends incorrect signals to other pain centers.
Cannabis may therefore be potentially useful for a range of issues associated with diabetes. Not only is CBD a potential neuroprotective, but may also could potentially help lower the incidence of diabetes and prevent insulin resistance, as well as help treat the pain of nerve damage.
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