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Sunday Times Wrong On Mental Health And Cannabis

The News Review:- Sunday Times Wrong On Mental Health And Cannabis- Siskiyou County bust yields 457 pounds of marijuana in two cars- Cannabis issue comes up again Sunday Times Wrong On Mental Health And CannabisScoop.co.nz - Scoop.co.nz (press release) - Sep 21, 2005The story has been so structured as to make acase about cannabis-related psychosis based on informationthe paper claims came from Addaction, but which did not comefrom the charity. In 2004-5 Addaction which collects dataon numbers of young people seen in its youngaddactionservices, saw 1,575 young people who came to Addaction fortreatment for drug misuse. Addaction collected data on cannabis use. But Addaction is not a mental health charityand is not qualified to treat psychosis. RosieBrocklehurst, Director of Communications at Addaction said:”The subject of cannabis-related psychosis is a very serioussubject and the report in the Sunday Times made seriousclaims, based on no evidence supplied by us. We suspect thestory was influenced by the Sunday Times wish to write apiece before the imminent deliberations by the AdvisoryCouncil on the Misuse of Drugs. The ACMD will be reviewingthe scientific evidence on cannabis use and misuse and willbe making recommendations to the Government in the light ofthose deliberations…RosieBrocklehurst, Director of Communications at Addaction said:”The subject of cannabis-related psychosis is a very serioussubject and the report in the Sunday Times made seriousclaims, based on no evidence supplied by us. We suspect thestory was influenced by the Sunday Times wish to write apiece before the imminent deliberations by the AdvisoryCouncil on the Misuse of Drugs. The ACMD will be reviewingthe scientific evidence on cannabis use and misuse and willbe making recommendations to the Government in the light ofthose deliberations. “If Addaction had such evidence wewould have been sure to let the Advisory Council on theMisuse of Drugs know about it, ” said Rosie Brocklehurst. “If we had such evidence as the paper claims, it would havemade the front pages of every national newspaper in thecountry. But we do not have such evidence,” she added. “Thisreport on Page 7 of the paper was a distortion and factuallywrong.Siskiyou County bust yields 457 pounds of marijuana in two carsMail Tribune - Sep 21, 2005Altogether, police seized 457 pounds of marijuana and more than $600 cash from the vehicles. AdvertisementDeputies later located and arrested Jesus Paris Avendado, 19, of Yreka, who is believed to have been an occupant of the Mitsubishi, police said. Avendado and the Aguilars are all being held in the Siskiyou County Jail on charges of possession of marijuana for sale and possessing concentrated cannabis. Bail is set at $25,000. Gravenkamp said detectives are investigating whether the marijuana grow in western Siskiyou County is connected to a larger operation.Cannabis issue comes up againNewstalk ZB - Sep 21, 2005Fiji rugby has banned winger Vilimoni Delasau for a year after he tested positive for cannabis use in June. He received only a small fine and brief suspension from the NZRU. This has brought the whole cannabis issue back into the limelight and whether it should be on the banned performance enhancing list. New Zealand Drugs Agency boss Graham Steele says they actually believe it should not be on the list, but the world chiefs at WADA believe otherwise for 2006…Fiji rugby has banned winger Vilimoni Delasau for a year after he tested positive for cannabis use in June. He received only a small fine and brief suspension from the NZRU. This has brought the whole cannabis issue back into the limelight and whether it should be on the banned performance enhancing list. New Zealand Drugs Agency boss Graham Steele says they actually believe it should not be on the list, but the world chiefs at WADA believe otherwise for 2006. Steele says WADA is meeting at the moment to confirm the list for next year, with cannabis remaining on the draft documents he has seen. Graham Steele says he fully understands that a number of young athletes wreck their careers with cannabis, but the NZSDA still believes it does not belong on the performance enhancing list. Share this Article:.

City, county officers harvest marijuana crop

The News Review:- City, county officers harvest marijuana crop- Relatively Peaceful Weekend for UCPD, IVFP as SB Students Return- Update: D’Angelo Okay After Virginia Car Crash- DEAD IN JAIL- Japanese Marine Sells Drug On Internet- Rhode Island news | projo.com | The Providence Journal | Northwest- Anti-War Voices from Montana City, county officers harvest marijuana cropPrinceton Times Leader - Sep 26, 2005Eric Smith display the 13 marijuana plants seized in connection with a Donaldson Road investigation. The marijuana carries a street value of about $26,000, officers said. Monday, September 26, 2005The year’s first major marijuana harvest by county law enforcement officers occurred Thursday morning, near an abandoned trailer on Donaldson Road, north of Princeton. Deputy Brock Thomas said the find came at about 11 a. Thursday, after he, Princeton Police Det. Eric Smith and Probation and Parole Officer Chris Holt traveled to that area to execute a search warrant… Eric Smith and Probation and Parole Officer Chris Holt traveled to that area to execute a search warrant. Investigation led the officers to an abandoned trailer in the 1200 block of Donaldson Road. Inside the trailer, they found a small amount of loose marijuana in a cigar box. Several items of drug paraphernalia were also found inside the trailer, Thomas said. A search of the surrounding property led to the discovery of 13 growing marijuana plants nearby. Ten were found growing in a fencerow about 200 yards from the trailer, and three more were located in a barn about 500 yards away, he said. Each plant had an estimated street value of $2,000, said Sheriff Stan Hudson, giving the haul a total value of $26,000, not including the value of the loose marijuana inside the residence.Relatively Peaceful Weekend for UCPD, IVFP as SB Students ReturnDaily Nexus - Sep 26, 2005, as well as a 24-year-old man on Mesa Road. Signa said there were a few more citations over the weekend than last year, but overall the UCPD did not have too many problems over the weekend. “There were a few more marijuana citations than last year, but other than that it was a calm start of the school year,” Signa said. “None of the UCPD officers worked overtime. ” UCPD officers also issued five citations for possession of marijuana, four of which were given to high school students from the Thousand Oaks area, Signa said. The students were smoking marijuana in a UCSB parking lot on Saturday at 1 p… “There were a few more marijuana citations than last year, but other than that it was a calm start of the school year,” Signa said. “None of the UCPD officers worked overtime. ” UCPD officers also issued five citations for possession of marijuana, four of which were given to high school students from the Thousand Oaks area, Signa said. The students were smoking marijuana in a UCSB parking lot on Saturday at 1 p. Officers also cited three of the students for violating the Santa Barbara County 10 p.Update: D’Angelo Okay After Virginia Car CrashBillboard - Sep 26, 2005Just prior to the accident, D’Angelo was given a three-year suspended sentence after pleading no contest to felony cocaine possession in Chesterfield Circuit Court. As previously reported, he was arrested near Richmond in January after police found marijuana and cocaine in his car during a traffic stop. CM8ShowAd(”Middle”); D’Angelo received a 100-day suspended sentence in April stemming from the marijuana and driving under the influence charges.DEAD IN JAILWashington Post - Sep 26, 2005jail for lack of a respirator. Why was he in jail?: He smoked marijuana to alleviate his suffering. residents (citizens is too elevated a word) had the democratic rights of, say, Basra, medical cannabis would be legal and.Japanese Marine Sells Drug On InternetBernama - Sep 26, 2005The police have arrested eight people involved, including six servicemen belonging to a submarine unit based in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture, the leading daily said. They were suspected of possessing illegal drugs like marijuana and MDMA. Among the arrested was 22-year-old Takahiro Sakaguchi, who had been indicted by the police for transferring drugs. The police said Sakaguchi was selling drugs through the Internet for months. The marijuana was supplied by his brother living in the northern Hokkaido Prefecture where wild marijuana grows. They also have found at his home receipts suspected to come from drug transactions… Among the arrested was 22-year-old Takahiro Sakaguchi, who had been indicted by the police for transferring drugs. The police said Sakaguchi was selling drugs through the Internet for months. The marijuana was supplied by his brother living in the northern Hokkaido Prefecture where wild marijuana grows. They also have found at his home receipts suspected to come from drug transactions. The MSDF has set up a special task force to investigate the incident. — BERNAMA We provide (subscription-based) news coverage in our.Rhode Island news | projo.com | The Providence Journal | NorthwestProvidence Journal - Providence Journal (subscription) - Sep 26, 2005The next day, public safety officers reported that they found O’Keefe smoking marijuana in his dorm room. That brought about another appearance before Judge Higgins, in which police accused O’Keefe of violating the terms of his release the day before. The suspect pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis. Higgins sentenced him to a year of probation, ordered him to pay court costs and undergo substance-abuse counseling. He also revoked the personal bail in the first case and set bail at $7,500, which O’Keefe posted.Anti-War Voices from MontanaAlterNet - Sep 26, 2005Democratic Governor Brian Schweitzer won a closely watched, highly publicized race in November, making him the state’s first Democratic governor since 1988. During that same election, 62 percent of Montana voters approved a medical marijuana initiative, the 11th state in the country — and the ninth Western state — to do so. The Schweitzer and medical marijuana victories came even as Montanans voted by wide margins to ban gay marriage and reelect George W. Bush for President. The state’s progressives are also proud of the fact that Jeannette Rankin, a Missoula, Montana native, was the first woman ever elected to Congress in 1916, four years before women nationwide won the right to vote. In 1917, Rankin joined a handful of representatives who voted against World War I, saying that the first time the first woman had a chance to say no against war she should say it. ” In 1941, Rankin was the only member of Congress to vote against World War II.

Cannabis Etymology

The plant name cannabis is from Greek κάνναβις (kánnabis), via Latin cannabis, originally a Scythian or Thracian word, also loaned into Persian as kanab. English hemp (Old English hænep) may be an early loan (predating Grimm’s Law) from the same source. In Hebrew the word is קַנַּבּוֹס [qan:a'bos].The further origin of the Scythian term is uncertain, although it is possible that it traces back to the Assyrian word ‘qunubu’ (way to produce smoke) which was used to refer to the plant.

Cannabis Reproduction

Cannabis is predominantly dioecious, although many monoecious varieties have been described. Subdioecy (the occurrence of monoecious individuals and dioecious individuals within the same population) is widespread. Many populations have been described as sexually labile.As a result of intensive selection in cultivation, Cannabis exhibits many sexual phenotypes that can be described in terms of the ratio of female to male flowers occurring in the individual, or typical in the cultivar. Dioecious varieties are preferred for drug production, where the female plants are preferred. Dioecious varieties are also preferred for textile fiber production, whereas monoecious varieties are preferred for pulp and paper production. It has been suggested that the presence of monoecy can be used to differentiate between licit crops of monoecious hemp and illicit dioecious drug crops.Mechanisms of sex determinationCannabis has been described as having one of the most complicated mechanisms of sex determination among the dioecious plants. Many models have been proposed to explain sex determination in Cannabis.Based on studies of sex reversal in hemp, it was first reported by K. Hirata in 1924 that an XY sex-determination system is present. At the time, the XY system was the only known system of sex determination. The X:A system was first described in Drosophila spp in 1925. Soon thereafter, Schaffner disputed Hirata’s interpretation, and published results from his own studies of sex reversal in hemp, concluding that an X:A system was in use and that furthermore sex was strongly influenced by environmental conditions.Since then, many different types of sex determination systems have been discovered, particularly in plants. Dioecy is relatively uncommon in the plant kingdom, and a very low percentage of dioecious plant species have been determined to use the XY system. In most cases where the XY system is found it is believed to have evolved recently and independently.Since the 1920s, a number of sex determination models have been proposed for Cannabis. Ainsworth describes sex determination in the genus as using “an X/autosome dosage type”.Dense raceme of carpellate flowers typical of drug-type varieties of CannabisThe question of whether heteromorphic sex chromosomes are indeed present is most conveniently answered if such chromosomes were clearly visible in a karyotype. Cannabis was one of the first plant species to be karyotyped; however, this was in a period when karyotype preparation was primitive by modern standards (see History of Cytogenetics). Heteromorphic sex chromosomes were reported to occur in staminate individuals of dioecious “Kentucky” hemp, but were not found in pistillate individuals of the same variety. Dioecious “Kentucky” hemp was assumed to use an XY mechanism. Heterosomes were not observed in analyzed individuals of monoecious “Kentucky” hemp, nor in an unidentified German cultivar. These varieties were assumed to have sex chromosome composition XX. According to other researchers, no modern karyotype of Cannabis had been published as of 1996. Proponents of the XY system state that Y chromosome is slightly larger than the X, but difficult to differentiate cytologically.More recently, Sakamoto and various co-authors have used RAPD to isolate several genetic marker sequences that they name Male-Associated DNA in Cannabis (MADC), and which they interpret as indirect evidence of a male chromosome. Several other research groups have reported identification of male-associated markers using RAPD and AFLP. Ainsworth commented on these findings, stating,It is not surprising that male-associated markers are relatively abundant. In dioecious plants where sex chromosomes have not been identified, markers for maleness indicate either the presence of sex chromosomes which have not been distinguished by cytological methods or that the marker is tightly linked to a gene involved in sex determination.Environmental sex determination is known to occur in a variety of species. Many researchers have suggested that sex in Cannabis is determined or strongly influenced by environmental factors. Ainsworth reviews that treatment with auxin and ethylene have feminizing effects, and that treatment with cytokinins and gibberellins have masculinizing effects. It has been reported that sex can be reversed in Cannabis using chemical treatment. A PCR-based method for the detection of female-associated DNA polymorphisms by genotyping has been developed.

Various strains of cannabis

Although there are hundreds of strains of cannabis in existence, there are also many rumors and Gorilla Glue. Many alleged strains, such as Purple Haze, are very predominant in pop-culture (see right), but the actual existence of many of these strains is uncertain and the slang terms used to refer to these strains do not appear to be used by botanists. Some strains, such as Og kush, are acknowledged to be urban legends.Strains of cannabis:Northern LightsWhite WidowGorilla GlueAcapulcoAK47Black CreamBlueberryBrazilianBubble GumEarly PearHawaiianHazeHollands HoopJamaicanOG KushOrange BudPower BudRuderalisSilver HazeSkunkSuper SkunkSome of the strains’ names, such as Chocolate Thai, popular in the early 1990s due to its supposed high potency, entered the mass culture. For example, Chocolate Thai was adopted as a stage name of a jazz performer, whose album The Real McCoy was released in 2006. It should be noted, however, that because there is no manufacturing or state control over the process of production of cannabis, many “strains” may in fact be just marketing brands adopted by drug dealers to increase sales.

Medical marijuana

Medical marijuanaThe medical uses of cannabisApr 27th 2006From The Economist print editionIF CANNABIS were unknown, and bioprospectors were suddenly to find it in some remote mountain crevice, its discovery would no doubt be hailed as a medical breakthrough. Scientists would praise its potential for treating everything from pain to cancer, and marvel at its rich pharmacopoeia—many of whose chemicals mimic vital molecules in the human body. In reality, cannabis has been with humanity for thousands of years and is considered by many governments (notably America’s) to be a dangerous drug without utility. Any suggestion that the plant might be medically useful is politically controversial, whatever the science says. It is in this context that, on April 20th, America’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a statement saying that smoked marijuana has no accepted medical use in treatment in the United States… In reality, cannabis has been with humanity for thousands of years and is considered by many governments (notably America’s) to be a dangerous drug without utility. Any suggestion that the plant might be medically useful is politically controversial, whatever the science says. It is in this context that, on April 20th, America’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a statement saying that smoked marijuana has no accepted medical use in treatment in the United States. The statement is curious in a number of ways. For one thing, it overlooks a report made in 1999 by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), part of the National Academy of Sciences, which came to a different conclusion. John Benson, a professor of medicine at the University of Nebraska who co-chaired the committee that drew up the report, found some sound scientific information that supports the medical use of cannabis for certain patients for short periods—even for smoked marijuana

Cannabis-related Schizophrenia Set To Rise, Say Researchers

Science Daily - Science Daily (press release) - Mar 26, 2007The research study matches historic trends in cannabis use and exposure from a national population survey against estimates of new occurrences of schizophrenia in three English cities (Nottingham, Bristol and the London Borough of Southwark). The researchers assess what might happen to schizophrenia cases if we assume a causal link between cannabis use and onset of psychotic symptoms, an association widely recognised by some psychiatrists and researchers and considered recently by the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. Exposure to cannabis grew fourfold over the thirty years to 2002, and its use among under-18s by 18-fold, say the researchers. If cannabis use causes schizophrenia, these increases in its use would lead to increases in overall schizophrenia incidence and prevalence of 29 per cent and 12 per cent respectively, between 1990 and 2010. (Incidence is defined as the frequency of new occurrences; and prevalence is the percentage of the population affected by the disease… The research study matches historic trends in cannabis use and exposure from a national population survey against estimates of new occurrences of schizophrenia in three English cities (Nottingham, Bristol and the London Borough of Southwark). The researchers assess what might happen to schizophrenia cases if we assume a causal link between cannabis use and onset of psychotic symptoms, an association widely recognised by some psychiatrists and researchers and considered recently by the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. Exposure to cannabis grew fourfold over the thirty years to 2002, and its use among under-18s by 18-fold, say the researchers. If cannabis use causes schizophrenia, these increases in its use would lead to increases in overall schizophrenia incidence and prevalence of 29 per cent and 12 per cent respectively, between 1990 and 2010. (Incidence is defined as the frequency of new occurrences; and prevalence is the percentage of the population affected by the disease. )Model projections suggest that if the association is confined to heavy cannabis users only, then approximately 10 per cent of schizophrenia cases may be due to cannabis by 2010. However, assuming an association between onset of the disease and both light and heavy users, then approximately one-quarter of new cases could be due to cannabis.

Cannabis bigger cancer risk than cigarettes - study

Reuters AlertNet - Jan 29, 2008Studies in the past have demonstrated that cannabis can cause cancer, but few have established a strong link between cannabis use and the actual incidence of lung cancer. In an article published in the European Respiratory Journal, the scientists said cannabis could be expected to harm the airways more than tobacco as its smoke contained twice the level of carcinogens, such as polyaromatic hydrocarbons, compared with tobacco cigarettes. The method of smoking also increases the risk, since joints are typically smoked without a proper filter and almost to the very tip, which increases the amount of smoke inhaled. The cannabis smoker inhales more deeply and for longer, facilitating the deposition of carcinogens in the airways. "Cannabis smokers end up with five times more carbon monoxide in their bloodstream (than tobacco smokers)," team leader Richard Beasley, at the Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, said in a telephone interview… In an article published in the European Respiratory Journal, the scientists said cannabis could be expected to harm the airways more than tobacco as its smoke contained twice the level of carcinogens, such as polyaromatic hydrocarbons, compared with tobacco cigarettes. The method of smoking also increases the risk, since joints are typically smoked without a proper filter and almost to the very tip, which increases the amount of smoke inhaled. The cannabis smoker inhales more deeply and for longer, facilitating the deposition of carcinogens in the airways. "Cannabis smokers end up with five times more carbon monoxide in their bloodstream (than tobacco smokers)," team leader Richard Beasley, at the Medical Research Institute of New Zealand, said in a telephone interview. "There are higher concentrations of carcinogens in cannabis smoke.

CBD for horses - does cannabidiol increase the health of four-legged friends?

Anyone with a pet is worried about their physical well-being on a daily basis. This is especially true for riders and horse owners, who often perform together with their four-legged partner sporting achievements. How CBD products such as CBD oil can increase the well-being of your horse, you will find out below: Which hemp products are horse owners already using?The feeding of hemp products is quite common in the horse scene. Especially popular is cold-pressed hempseed oil, which provides valuable unsaturated fatty acids. Omega 3, Omega 6 and gamma-linolenic acid in the oil mainly exert anti-inflammatory effects and are administered against skin diseases and joint problems. In addition, horse owners have the opportunity to offer her four-legged hemp seeds, hemp leaf powder or hemp pellets as supplementary feed. What advantages does CBD offer?CBD products such as oil or cream have a decisive advantage over hemp seed and hemp seed oil: if they are based on a full-spectrum extract, they contain all cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids of the hemp plant, whereas these only appear in traces in the seed and in the hemp seed oil. However, cannabinoids such as CBD exert strong effects on the immune system of mammals. Horses also have an endocannabinoid system, to whose receptors CBD can bind. Thus, as a single therapy or as a supplement to cold-pressed hemp seed oil, it can alleviate a variety of symptoms typical of horses. Veterinarians use CBD for the treatment of equine diseases only sporadically so far - positive testimonials from dedicated horse owners already exist in large numbers: With which complaints can CBD horses help?Experts advise on CBD products in the following complaints Respiratory diseasesEczema (such as summer eczema) and allergiesOsteoarthritis and joint complaintsinflammatory diseasesSusceptibility to colicdiarrheaMuscular tensionFor better coat health and hoof growthand more  Especially for horses, there are no scientific studies to date that demonstrate the effects of CBD. In dogs, rats, chickens and last but not least in humans, cannabidiol has often demonstrated its ability to regulate inflammatory processes and immune reactions. For example, scientists in rats with arthritis were able to show that the administration of CBD markedly reduced the release of pro-inflammatory signaling substances in the joint fluid. Animals that had CBD balm on the arthritic joints or were given CBD orally showed reduced tenderness and increased mobility after a few days. Scientists also observed similarly positive results in dogs suffering from osteoarthritis who received CBD preparations.  In addition to supporting the joints, CBD can, according to the owners' reports, especially help horses with typical ailments: Many owners of ponies and horses with summer eczema try many therapeutics without success. CBD as a dietary supplement seems to act in many cases acutely and preventively against eczema. Muscle tension can also be eased with CBD Balm. Many horse owners believe not least that cannabidiol can reduce the nervousness and stress of the animals and helps to a more balanced nature. Also in horses that suffer from headshaking syndrome, CBD may bring some improvement. How do I administer CBD to my horse?As the experiments so far show, both CBD balm and CBD oil make sense for horses. While CBD balm can be applied directly to inflamed skin or stressed joints, simply mix CBD oil into your horse's food or sprinkle it on a special treat. Source: CBD für Pferde – steigert Cannabidiol die Gesundheit der Vierbeiner?Mai 10, 2019. Dostupné z: https://fivebloom.de/blogs/cbd-news/cbd-fuer-pferde source photo: https://pixabay.com/cs/

CBD in atopic dermatitis

Neurodermatitis sets in from the point where the epidermal skin barrier is broken by injury or irritation. Allergens are more common and cause defense reactions. These have inflammatory and itchy effects, further scratching the epidermal skin barrier and allowing even more allergens to invade. The treatment aims to soothe the skin so that the epidermal skin barrier to the body works as well as possible. Since atopic eczema is intensified by many factors, the patient or his parents should pay attention to many details. CBD, hempseed oil or, if possible, THC in skin care creams are just a few aspects of the treatment. Since other cannabinoids or even terpenes and flavonoids may have soothing effects, as far as possible even a full extract of the cannabis flowers should be selected as an ingredient for the skin cream. Why can CBD help with atopic dermatitis?Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid, which is frequently found in higher concentrations in the cannabis plant and has a very wide range of uses. It can have a calming and sleep-inducing effect. However, it also superficially reduces the misguided immune system, which lessens the response to invading allergens. But also the antibacterial effect and the slowed down bacterial growth can significantly help the patient, if the rugged skin is not affected by further problems. CBC and CBG can also help fight fungal infections should they find their skin reddened and scratched. All this makes CBD an interesting ingredient in skincare creams for the treatment of atopic dermatitis. It could be purchased as an extract on the web to add to a well-considered skin care cream. But it can also be purchased directly a CBD cream for skin treatment. Cannabidiol, like tetrahydrocannabinol, can significantly help with various skin conditions. THC relieves the pain, but has only a regional effect on the external application without causing a high. Follow several approachesAtopic dermatitis is a disease that still leaves many puzzles. Thus, the individual "stress factors" on different patients can have different influence. A diet shift away from saccharified treats to more original and healthier ingredients can be an important treatment step. Also, adding a good vitamin B complex can help. It can also be helpful to mix the hemp seed oil not only under the creams or to use directly hemp seed oil creams. This edible oil or the hemp seeds that contain it should also be part of the daily diet. Hemp seed oil has a very good ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids, only then it can optimally help the skin or the body. The hemp seed oil contains alpha-linolenic acid as omega 3 fatty acid with up to approx. 29% of the fatty acids. The linoleic acid as omega 6 fatty acid is 50 to 60%, the oleic acid as omega 9 fatty acid in 10 to 15%. These are very valuable, polyunsaturated essential fatty acids, which, however, are optimal for the body only in the right proportion to each other due to the partly opposite effect. For humans, a ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids of 2 to 5 to 1 is very good. This ratio is usually not achieved in the usual diet, already a teaspoon of hemp seed oil or a tablespoon of hemp seed can help the diet, more does not hurt. Furthermore, it may be attempted to use more pleasant textile fabrics and furniture or to use a room air filter with UVC and water purification. Where there are fewer allergens, the defense response may be lower. With a little luck you will grow out of eczema. However, atopic eczema should not be underestimated, as it occurs four to six times more frequently in many industrialized countries than it did 80 years ago. This may not be the peak before the frequency returns to normal. Source: BRUNGERT, Robert. CBD bei Neurodermitis. 30 Apr 2018,. Dostupné z: https://www.hanf-magazin.com/medizin/cannabinoide/cbd-in-der-medizin/cbd-bei-neurodermitis Source photo: https://pixabay.com/cs/