How CBD can help with HIV

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Let’s look at how CBD can help with HIV.

HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus. If left untreated, HIV can lead to AIDS, or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. This virus specifically attacks CD4 cells, a type of white blood cells responsible for combating infections. And makes the patient more susceptible to a wide variety of infections / diseases. If left untreated, the patient could enter the final phase of the human immunodeficiency virus, better known as AIDS. A healthy adult has a CD4 cell count of between 500 and 1600 per mm³ of blood. A sick person suffers from AIDS once their count falls below 200 per mm³, at which point they become vulnerable to infections.

Currently, there is no cure for HIV / AIDS. However, thanks to the innovation of the medical industry, it can be controlled by means of special medicines (antiretrovirals). Whose objective is to prevent the cells of the virus from multiplying and propagating. Today, HIV sufferers who are actively and correctly treated are able to control the virus and lead their work and social lives like other people who are not infected.

We must understand that CBD can not cure or treat HIV / AIDS. But it helps to manage some of the symptoms of this disease and the adverse effects of its treatment. There is plenty of evidence that CBD provides effective relief of some of the symptoms, especially nausea, vomiting and pain. Both nausea and vomiting are symptoms that are difficult to treat in the long term, making it harder for patients to eat or be hungry. This can lead to loss of appetite and, in severe cases, to weight loss and muscle wasting (both observed in HIV / AIDS patients).

How can CBD help?

The evidence obtained in clinical trials indicates that cannabis, like CBD, has anti-emetic effects that help reduce nausea, while stimulating appetite. These effects can be achieved even with small doses of CBD.

People with HIV / AIDS often suffer muscle or neuropathic pain, either from the disease or as a result of treatment. There is ample evidence to show that CBD can also help with this.

CBD not only reduced the pain intensity and improved the quality of life in general, but also helped them to abandon the opioid medicines, known to develop tolerance, cause addiction and produce a wide variety of side effects

In the Cannabis Clinic of Mendoza they have been able to verify that in the community of people with HIV the treatment based on CBD not only reduced the pain intensity and improved the quality of life in general, but also helped them to abandon the opioid medicines , known to develop tolerance, cause addiction and produce a wide variety of side effects. There is much research that shows that CBD is an effective analgesic for the treatment of chronic pain.

CBD not only has the potential to alleviate some of the symptoms caused by HIV / AIDS, it could also help to prevent the spread of the virus.

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