Speaking of mental health issues related to brain imbalance, CBD has a similar positive effect. In people with schizophrenia, the neurotransmitter anandamide is not produced properly, because enzymes block its formation. When adding cannabinoids, the amount of inhibiting enzymes decreases, and the necessary anandamide begins to be produced again without any interference from the body.
There is no doubt about the effectiveness of cannabinoids for the treatment of nausea and vomiting resulting from chemotherapy. The effectiveness of cannabinoids in this case is considered to be scientifically confirmed. Most clinical studies in the field of chronic and neuropathic pain have shown a positive effect of cannabinoids. Because they stimulate appetite, improve mood, fight nausea, and promote sleep, they are also considered for use in palliative care.
When our body needs energy, the brain sends a "hunger" signal through hormones. And, as soon as the body gets enough energy from food, other hormones send a "satiety" signal, which is responsible for stopping food consumption. This is a normal process that works in healthy people, but does not work in people who suffer from eating disorders such as loss of appetite (anorexia nervosa) or feeling full (obesity). In this case, CBD can be used to stimulate the digestive system. Interesting is the fact that cannabis cannabinoids can have an effect on both hormones that stimulate appetite and those that suppress it. Thus, the use of the drug is possible for the treatment of eating disorders.