delta-8-hydroxyisoleucine (delta-8-OH THC) and delta-7-ene-leuconic acid (delta-7-ene-nostrilic acid, delta-7-ethenol-HCL, HCL) are powerful natural inhibitors of prostaglandin production in humans. Prostatitis is inflammation of the prostate caused by prostate malignancy or infection, and it can be treated effectively with medications like saw palmetto extract and grapefruit pectin. However, it can also be treated successfully with natural herbs like saw palmetto, grapefruit pectin, and delta-7-ene-leuconic acid. In this article, we will describe these natural substances and their effectiveness as prostate inhibitors.
delta-8-OH THC and delta-7-ene-leuconic acid are powerful natural inhibitors of prostaglandin production in humans. Prostatitis is inflammation of the prostate caused by prostaglandin or prostate cancer. Some of the most common inflammatory diseases of the prostate are chronic prostatitis (CP), prostate adenocarcinoma, and prostate cancer. For this reason, dosing instructions for some herbal remedies for prostate cancer have changed from originally indicating that the herb should not be taken if you are currently undergoing treatment for prostatitis.
delta-8-OH THC and delta-7-ene-leuconic acid are powerful natural inhibitors of prostaglandin production in humans. Prostatitis is inflammation of the prostate caused by prostaglandin or prostate cancer. Some of the most common inflammatory diseases of the prostate are chronic prostatitis (CP), prostate cancer, and prostatitis/urostrate adenocarcinoma. For this reason, dosing instructions for some herbal remedies for prostate cancer have changed from originally indicating that the herb should not be taken if you are currently undergoing treatment for prostatitis. Herbal treatments may not cause side effects. However, you should avoid herbal remedies if you currently have any other medications, are pregnant, or are breast feeding.
The use of herbal remedies could help men with prostate cancer and prostatitis/urostrate adenocarcinoma by controlling inflammatory processes and stimulating protective immune processes. Traditionally, black cohosh (oat) and red clover (he shou wu) were used for prostate cancer. These two herbs are believed to be effective against prostatitis/urostrate adenocarcinoma and may help prevent prostate cancer. In the US, red clover was used to treat bladder cancer, but in Japan, the herb has been found to be beneficial in treating various prostate cancers. It is unclear how, exactly, the herb could help prevent prostate cancer.
Several studies showed that men who take delta-8 thc and delta 9 products experience minimal effects or no change in total serum creatinine or blood pressure. The studies also showed that these substances are not efficient against human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or human T-lymphotropic virus (HTV) infection. These results indicate that while these substances may be useful against HIV, they are unable to protect HIV-infected cells from attack. For these reasons, researchers recommended against the use of these substances for HIV prevention.
Studies showed that delta-8-thc and delta-9-thc areomers areomerizes slower than delta-7-glucosamine, the other common natural substance that isomerizes at a faster rate. This suggests that when the body needs energy, it uses delta-8 thc and delta 9-glucosamine, resulting in less production. This less production is the main cause of drug-related deaths. Lessened metabolism may also lead to an increased risk for developing liver disease or pancreatic cancer.
Although most studies have indicated that delta-8 thc and delta 9-glucosamine dreamers form less effective compounds when administered into the body, both can still be abused. The synthetic forms of delta 8-thc and delta 9-glucosamine are highly addictive and even more harmful to the body. In addition, when smoked, delta 8 thc and delta 9-glucosamine display mental enhancing properties, which make them highly appealing as “soft drugs”.
Recent studies have shown that cannabidiol, another member of the delta 9-cannabis family, has the same efficacy as delta 8 thc in reducing seizures in children with cerebral palsy. CBD is not a psychoactive substance and does not have all of the unpleasant side effects associated with delta 9-glucosamine and delta 8-thc. However, because CBD lacks the psychotropic effects of delta 9-glucosamine, it is not as highly desired by recreational users. Recreational users often resort to combining CBD with other substances such as THC and hashish. This combination of delta 9-glucosamine and CBD presents a new challenge in the area of medical cannabis.