Premature Ejaculation and how can help cannabis
Premature ejaculation in men is conventionally perceived as “psychological.” This seems less tenable when anecdotes support the claim that cannabis prolongs latency (time interval) and the proof is apparent in the dose-responsive delay in ejaculation in rats noted in experiments with HU 210, a powerful CB1 agonist. An agonist is a chemical that binds to some receptor of a cell and triggers a response by that cell.
Australian research shows men who smoked cannabis daily were found to be four times more likely to have trouble reaching orgasm than those who did not, according to the La Trobe University study. Professor Anthony Smith said whilst the habit often had a significant impact on a man’s sex life, the effects were not always something the smokers would consider a sexual health problem. “The findings suggest that men are self-medicating with cannabis to delay orgasm,” said Professor Smith from the Melbourne-based University’s Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health, and Society. The study took in more than 8600 people, aged 16 to 64, who were surveyed by telephone as part of the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships.
Pruritus and how can help cannabis
This is chronic itching caused by a complex process involving different neurotransmitters, the hormonal system, and blood vessels of the skin, psyche, and other systems. Positive effects have been reported by a number of patients who have used cannabis to alleviate symptoms. Researchers at
Wroclaw University, Poland, investigated the effects of a cannabis-based ointment on 21 patients with pruritus due to end-stage failure of kidney function. All patients applied the cream twice daily for a period of three weeks. Pruritus was completely eliminated in eight of the patients, with a noticeable improvement in the other test subjects.