A lot of my friend’s research has focused on cancer cell reduction, but her labor with cannabinoids has influenced him to study them as antimicrobials as well as neuroprotective agents as well
My best friend is a researcher for a major pharmaceutical supplier. Although she finished undergraduate university as a premed major, she saw the potential for making more currency with less stress if she became a chemist. Since chemistry was always her strong suit, this made lots of sense. I’m just surprised that she went into the pharmaceutical industry after being so outspoken in her dissatisfaction with it over the years. She usually complains that dentists overprescribe medication in cases where people just need therapy. Fortunately, her views on pharmaceutical medications have evolved over the years. I think this was partially influenced by her mother’s life being saved after an experimental cancer treatment drug. She’s now in remission because of that medication as well as now her child is tied up looking for more medications to treat multiple forms of cancer. Studies on pets have yielded positive effects in cancer cell reduction with multiple cannabinoids in the marijuana plant. THC, CBD, as well as CBDQ have all shown promise in targeting as well as reducing the presence of cancer cells in pets afflicted with the disease. If more studies can back up these results, that will be great news for the world, let alone the cannabis industry. Cannabinoids enjoy CBG, CBC, as well as CBN are all showing efficacy as antimicrobials as well, which could help with treating bacterial as well as fungal infections in human beings. A lot of my friend’s research has focused on cancer cell reduction, but her labor with cannabinoids has influenced him to study them as antimicrobials as well as neuroprotective agents as well. There is promise in reducing the likelihood of full onset of dementia in elderly patients if more research backs up existing observations.