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Cannabis root has been used medicinally for centuries from different parts of the world and to
treat a wide range of maladies. The earliest report is from medieval times when the root was said
to relieve the agonies of gout and other painful diseases (Nature’s Pharmacy 2007).
In1696 Georg Eberhard Rumpf (Rumphius), a German physician at the service of the Dutch
Crown reported on the use of cannabis root in Indonesia to treat gonorrhea (Rumpf and Beekman
1981, Russo 2002). By 1763 The New English Dictionary said cannabis root applied to skin
eases inflammation (Marijuana as Medicine 2005). In the Chinese Materia Medica “juice of the
root is thought to have a beneficial action in retained placenta and post partum hemorrhage,
In Argentina cannabis is considered a real panacea and is used to treat tetanus, colic, gastralgia,
swelling of the liver, gonorrhea, sterility, impotency, abortion, tuberculosis of the lungs and
asthma even the root-bark has been collected in spring, and employed as a febrifuge, tonic, for
treatment of dysentery and gastralgia, either pulverized or in form of decoctions. The root when
ground and applied to burns is said to relieve pain. Oil from the seeds has been frequently used
even in treatment of cancer (Kabelik, 1960).
Historically cannabis roots have been prepared in several ways. Usually the roots are dried and
ground into a powder or boiled. The powder is then used to make a poultice or an oil salve to be
used topically, and sometimes the boiled root juice is drunk. The decoction of the root is said
help remedy hard tumors and knots in the joints (Duke 1983).
The roots can be ground to form a paste and applied to relieve the pain of surgery and broken
bones (Frank 1978). Mixed with oil and butter, the root was used as a salve it is said to treat
burns from the newly introduced gunpowder (Natures’ Pharmacy 2008).
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