Cannabinoid-Based Medicine and Human Health

Cannabinoids are naturally occurring chemicals in the human body and serve as a critical regulator in its neuro-transmitter system. Cannabinoid-based botanicals, like cannabis, are 37 million years old, co-evolved with humans, and have been used by humans as medicine for thousands of years, yet in 1937 were criminalized by an act of the U.S. Congress.  In this podcast with Michael Ostrolenk, Sunil Aggarwal, M.D., Ph.D. summarizes the medicinal uses of cannabis and its biochemical mechanisms beneficial in treating aliments in  numerous bodily systems.  Learn more about Dr. Aggarwal and this topic at his website