By David Boulton, BBC News UK The plant known as a cannabis sativa has the potential to treat a range for illnesses including cancer, arthritis, anxiety and insomnia.
Here’s what you need to know.
What is cannabis sativum?
Cannabis sativums (cannabis indica) are a diverse group of plants, the oldest surviving example being the Indian plant.
The plants contain high levels of cannabinoids, including THC and CBD, that can be used to relieve pain and other symptoms.
The cannabis sativas are cultivated in a variety of forms, including seeds, stems, flowers and tubers.
The plant was first cultivated in Central America in the early 1500s, with its earliest known cultivation in Mexico.
It was named after the Indian god Satya.
What are the benefits?
Cannabinoids can be useful in treating conditions such as epilepsy and nausea associated with chemotherapy.
It is also used to treat pain, a common side effect of chemotherapy.
Studies in rats have shown that CBD is a potent inhibitor of tumour growth and that CBD also inhibits chemotherapeutic drugs.
CBD has also been shown to help the body relax and reduce anxiety and depression.
Research into the effects of CBD on humans has been hampered by a lack of data.
One of the main limitations of the study was that it used only rats, and while CBD was effective in preventing tumours from developing, it didn’t prevent tumours developing at all.
It has been suggested that the drug could be useful for people who suffer from severe nausea, and research into the benefits of cannabis on this is ongoing.
What does it smell like?CBD is not a smell, but it does have the capacity to alter our perception of smell.
The smell of the plant is very similar to that of cannabis.
Its leaves are edible, and its leaves are used as an oil in cosmetics and to make perfumes.
The chemical compounds in cannabis also smell similar to those in cannabis.
There is a smell similar in the cannabis plant to the smell of coffee beans, although the aroma is not as strong.
What can I do with it?
The plant has a wide range of uses, including:Cannabidiol (CBD), which is the main active ingredient in cannabis, is a compound found in the plant that is anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer.
The compound, which is found in up to one fifth of cannabis, has been shown in human studies to reduce the symptoms of nausea, vomiting and diarrhea associated with cancer treatment.
It also slows down inflammation in the body, which helps fight cancer.
Cannabinol has been used as a medicine for thousands of years and has been widely used in Western societies.
There are many benefits associated with the use of cannabis for its many uses, and the medicinal uses of cannabis have been growing in recent years.
The medicinal uses for cannabis are limited by its low potency, which makes it less effective as a treatment for some conditions.
Some research is currently underway into the use for cancer patients.
There are many medicinal uses and strains of cannabis that have been approved by the UK Medical Research Council.
There have been reports of CBD being used in treatment for depression, anxiety, pain and anxiety disorders, but there is not enough research to prove its effectiveness in cancer patients to recommend cannabis as a cancer treatment for anyone.
What should I avoid?
The use of CBD in cancer treatment is not recommended for anyone over the age of 18.
There has been no scientific evidence that it is safe to use in this form in patients.
The risk of adverse effects from cannabis in pregnancy and breast-feeding is also very low.
You should not use cannabis in the absence of medical advice.
The drug has a long half-life, meaning that it will remain in your system for a long time, and can cause serious side effects if you are not careful.
The effects of cannabinoids are not reversible once they have been removed.
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