Medicine made using cannabis leaf and its extract falls under Schedule E-1 of India's Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945. Any medicine containing a Schedule E-1 substance should be taken under medical supervision.
While patients may purchase cannabis medicine and use the same under guidance of their physician, Savikalpa wishes to ensure that patients have access to doctors specialising in cannabis medicine, and who can guide patients accessing cannabinoid treatment with respect to the right medicine and dosage.
Cannabis medicine dosing varies from person to person, dependent on their specific condition, the severity of the condition, age, weight, gender, and other personal particulars. Savikalpa endeavours to provide patients with personalised care and guidance from our expert physicians, health advisors, and patient educators.
- Promotes restful sleep
- Reduces inflammation
- Enhances mood
- Antioxidant properties
Insomnia is the inability to either fall asleep, stay asleep, or not feel rested after sleep. Insomnia can result in fatigue, irritability, poor concentration, and impaired memory. Phytocannabinoids and terpenes in the cannabis plant present sedative properties, thereby inducing sleep. Targeting the endocannabinoid system’s CB1 receptors, cannabis reduces sleep latency. Cannabis has been shown to increase slow-wave sleep, linked to cerebral restoration and the maintenance and consolidation of sleep.
Cannabis medicine does not exhibit the severe side effects of traditional narcotics, opioid analgesics, and neuromodulators. However, common side effects can include: dry mouth, dizziness, drowsiness, hypotension, nausea, initial tachycardia, paranoia.
The most common side effects are temporary in nature and can be avoided by starting with a low dose and gradually increasing the dosage.
Please stop the medication and consult your physician in case of side effects persist.