Cânabis como terapia

Autores

  • Renato Filev Centro Brasileiro de Informações sobre Drogas Psicotrópicas.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52753/bis.2020.v21.34627

Palavras-chave:

Cânabis, Sistema endocanabinoide, Fitoterapia, Regulação

Resumo

Da Ásia a cânabis percorreu o mundo por oferecer a humanidade possibilidades de nutrição, proteção e tratamento. Considerada um dos primeiros cultivares da revolução agrícola, a planta era utilizada para produzir redes de pesca, vestimentos e substâncias que interagem com nosso organismo e produzem diversos efeitos. Alguns efeitos são considerados terapêuticos e podem se revelar como a última alternativa para pessoas resistentes aos tratamentos convencionais adotados para uma série de enfermidades. Como todo fitoterápico, a cânabis expressa uma diversidade de moléculas. Entre estas, os canabinoides são uma grande família exclusiva da cânabis. As moléculas são produzidas pela planta em diferentes perfis de acordo com a variabilidade genética e epigenética da espécie. Quando ingeridos, estes compostos atuam em comitiva e dependendo deste perfil, do contexto de uso e do indivíduo que utiliza estão sujeitos a desencadear efeitos distintos, que podem ser considerados terapêuticos ou adversos. Discutir sobre a interação da planta com o organismo humano numa sociedade em que esta interação é proibida foi o exercício que levou à produção deste artigo

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2020-12-01

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Filev, R. . (2020). Cânabis como terapia. BIS. Boletim Do Instituto De Saúde, 21(2), 142–158. https://doi.org/10.52753/bis.2020.v21.34627