There are different reasons for consuming ibuprofen and weed, but there are nonetheless side effects that accompany cannabis consumption. According to recent research, it is found that patients who consider taking weed’s buzz face different side effects. The reason behind these side effects can most probably be taking ibuprofen with THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol).
Ibuprofen is a drug that is used for inflammatory or analgesic. The recent study in the journal Cell explained the reason that how the inflammatory drug like ibuprofen kills weed’s buzz and resist its adverse impact on the brain. The research has come with a hope that Cannabis may become a remedy to treat patients with Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases.
The daily weed consumption results in higher tendril growth in the brain, which then hits the brain cells and enhances the speed of cognition. Therefore, where cannabis has many negative impacts, it does have positive effects too.
Cannabis has many unknown effects, including:
- Dementia and Alzheimer’s
- Parkinson’s Disease.
- Multiple Sclerosis
Taking high or low intake of weed are both not suitable for patients who can get benefits to cure mentioned above diseases. Using Marijuana as a remedy is only possible when wanted and unwanted side effects get separated. For this, cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) induction should be inhibited. COX-2 is a neurochemical process, which starts with inflammation. Researchers identified that the COX-2 level gets increases due to the presence of THC in weed. The researches have concluded that weed has basically both Anti-inflammatory and inflammatory effects on the brain.
You can add ibuprofen (Cox inhibitor) in the mixture, which will completely eradicate the buzz impacts on cognition and persist the THC level.
In the United States, using Cannabis is allowed in over 20 states, only in case of any medical issue. Moreover, in Columbia THC is marketed as Marinol, which is also approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). Also, patients who suffer through Nausea and Vomiting after getting chemotherapy can also use Marijuana. In order to limit its use, the federal agencies have explained marijuana’s adverse effects. A team of researchers from Louisiana State University’s School of Medicine did experiment on mice to see the impact of buzz-killing suppressing in the COX-2 process. Also, they suppressed the COX-2 process with the use of medications.
Moreover, they also did research on mice to show the difference between THC anti-inflammatory effects and intoxication effects. Mice were given a COX inhibitor and THC for many days so it can develop beta-amyloid plaques. During the process, the researchers noticed the absence of lethargy in mice, and due to the high use of THC, the brain memory cells got adversely impacted.