Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome

What is Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome? There has been some discussions and requests regarding this gastrointestinal (GI) issue, enough to warrant us looking into it. In today’s show we’ll share what we discovered when researching the clinical world. Find out who is a candidate and how they are treating this condition.

Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) is a condition that leads to severe and repeated bouts of vomiting. It is a rare condition but is becoming more widely known. It only occurs in daily long-term users of marijuana. Marijuana has several active substances. These include THC and related chemicals. These substances bind to molecules found in the brain. With the legalization of marijuana in several states, the daily users of marijuana are becoming more plentiful, as is this condition.

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Ed Chaney is an experienced entrepreneur with over a dozen successful startups under his command. He has a passion for leadership and the ability to educate teams and audiences - qualities he acquired over the past 30 years. His affinity for positive company culture, team building, and leadership play a key role in his successful business-building endeavors. Mr. Chaney studied Business at Arizona State University, Executive Leadership at MIT, and spent over twenty years as an active member of Arizona’s elite Entrepreneur Organization (EO). As the host of the VoiceAmerica Podcast The CBD ED Show, Ed provides unbiased information so you can make informed decisions in the growing CBD market. With his regular co-host Kimberly Rose, Ed is joined by special guests and shares real-talk about CBD and the potential of this product.

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