It is something like a dream, Marijuana, which is known in Egypt as “Hashish “, is used now as an antibiotic.
Marijuana is a herb planted in many countries as middle east eastern, Europe & Africa.
It is ingested by smoking, which quickly delivers active ingredients to the blood system. Marijuana has analgesic, anti-emetic, anti-inflammatory, sedative, anti-convulsive, and laxative actions.
Also, it is used in chemotherapy to relieve nausea & vomiting and for AIDS patients as stomachic.
Both natural & synthetic cannabinoids show germ killing activity against MRSA.
These active ingredients exhibit antibacterial activity in a different way, meaning that they might be able to bypass bacterial resistance.
At least two cannabinoids “out of 5″ can be used safely without causing mood alteration.
MRSA like other Staphylococcus spread by contact, so people of close contact are of high danger.
Finally, researchers in the Journal of Natural Products call for the further study of antibacterial uses of marijuana as it is too difficult to find new antibacterials since unfortunately, bacteria became resistant to them.
Source : Web MDTags: bacteria, Cannabinoids, Hashish, Marijuana, methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus, MRSA