More than red, Cannabis for Eyes

Most people think Cannabis just makes the eyes red but what they don’t know is, cannabis can help improve eyesight, muscular degeneration, glaucoma, Corneal neuropathic pain, CB1 and CB2 receptors are both involved in decreasing neuropathic pain, and hyperalgesia (opiate-induced). Given that corneal cells express CB1 and CB2 receptors.

BGF Cannabis For Eyes

CannaBalm (coconut infused cannabis oil) can be used as natural eye drops. You might be pulling your face at this, but it does truly work. The combination of cannabis and coconut oil is able to help relieve pain, cancer, improve the immune system, boost cognition, and reduce inflammation.

Cannabis has an unusual place in the medical world, because many of its health properties have been identified – and proven -in medical studies.

Glaucoma is a degenerative disease that damages the eye’s optic nerve. One cause of glaucoma stems from higher-than-normal IOP (intraocular pressure). The National Eye Institute shows that THC (tetrahydrocannabiniol), the principal psychoactive cannabinoid in cannabis, can lower a patient’s IOP. Cannabinoids may be able to save optic nerve cells via a neuroprotective mechanism.

Dry eyes can also be tied to medical conditions which affect the eyes and tear ducts. Some of these illnesses include shingles, Bell’s palsy, HIV, diabetes, arthritis and lupus. Skin conditions such as rosacea can also result in inflammation along the eyelids or clogged glands, interfering with healthy tear production.Those lacking vitamin A can develop dry eyes. Other nutritional deficiencies can also hinder eye health. Cannabis medicines may be able to slow down degenerative blindness.

List of Bobby Greenhash Foundation Products that can assist in Eye Health

CannaBalm – 3 drops x3 daily also add 1 drop in each to eyes
Apricot kernel Oil – 5 drops x2 daily (high in Vit A, C & E)
Grape Seed – 1 daily
Moringa – 1-2 daily
Maca Root – 1 daily
CoQ10 – 1 daily
Divine Elixir – 1 tot glass twice daily

By Loreal Nel

I am not a Doctor, this information is solely intended for information/research and does not replace the advice of a medical doctor. *Not intended to Diagnose or Treat any illness*

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2 Comments

  1. Barbara

    Macular degeneration – wet in one eye, dry in the other – 89 YEAR old lady. Can something be used to help this and how will I know it’s helping vs creating a greater problem
    Who can I discuss this with?

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