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Chronic pain syndromes


Carpal tunnel syndrome[1],[2]
Central neuropathic pain by syringomyelia and spinal cord lesions[3],[4]
Central neuropathic pain due to stroke[5],[6],[7],[8],[9]
Chemotherapy-induced neuropathic pain[10]
Chronic idiopathic axonal neuropathy pain[11]
Chronic pruritus of unknown origin; unexplained itching
Common chronic pain syndromes[12],[13],[14],[15],[16],[17],[18],[19],[20],[21],[22],[23],[24],[25],[26],[27],[28],[29]
Complex regional pain syndrome, Sudeck[30]
Costen’s syndrome, arthritis of the jaw, temporomandibular pain syndrome[31],[32]
Diabetic neuropathic pain[33],[34],[35],[36],[37],[38]
Fibromyalgia[39],[40]
Hernia pain and back pain[41],[42],[43],[44],[45]
Herpes zoster pain (shingles pain)[46],[47]
Migraine[48],[49],[50],[51]
Neuropathic pain in various types of neuropathy, CIAP, CIDP, etc.[52],[53],[54],[55],[56]
Occipital neuralgia[57],[58]
Pain and itching after chemotherapy[59]
Pain and painful spasms in multiple sclerosis[60],[61],[62],[63],[64],[65],[66],[67],[68],[69],[70],[71],[72]
Psoriatic arthritis[73]
Rheumatism: rheumatoid arthritis and spondylitis pain[74],[75],[76]
Visceral pain syndromes[77],[78],[79],[80]


Chronic painful prostate problems


Chronic prostate pain symptoms (prostatodynia)[81],[82]


Interstitial cystitis and bladder pain


Chronic bladder pain of unknown origin[83],[84],[85],[86],[87]
Interstitial cystitis[88],[89]


Pain, burning and inflammations of the vagina, vulva & other gynecological indications


Endometriosis[90],[91],[92],[93]
Lichen planus with itching and pain[94]
Menstruation pains[95]
Perineodynia (unexplained pelvic pain)[96]
Vulvodynia, vestibulodynia[97],[98],[99],[100]
Vulvovestibulitis[101],[102],[103],[104]


Uroprotective benefits


Kidney protection[105]


Gastrointestinal indications


Chronic unexplained abdominal pain[106],[107]
Crohn’s Disease[108],[109],[110]
Intestinal (gut) inflammation and pain syndromes[111],[112],[113],[114],[115],[116],[117]
Irritable bowel syndrome[118],[119]
Proctitis[120],[121]
Ulcerative colitis[122],[123],[124],[125],[126]


Skin disorders


Atopic and contact dermatitis[127],[128],[129],[130],[131],[132],[133],[134]
Chronic unexplained itching[135],[136]
Psoriasis[137],[138],[139]
Unexplained chronic skin inflammation[140],[141],[142],[143],[144]


Neuroprotection, neuroinflammation, neuroregeneration


Neuroprotection and neuroregeneration[145],[146],[147],[148],[149],[150],[151]
Neuroinflammation[152],[153]


Neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders


Alzheimer’s disease[154],[155],[156],[157],[158],[159],[160],[161]
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)[162],[163]
Blood pressure regulation[164]
Depression and anxiety[165],[166],[167],[168]
Epilepsy[169],[170],[171]
Ocular hypertension and glaucoma[172],[173],[174],[175]
Parkinson’s disease[176]
Spinal cord injuries[177]
Stroke and spasticity[178],[179],[180]
Uveitis[181]


Immunological benefits, infections, pulmonary disease


Asthma and COPD[182],[183],[184],[185]
Flu and colds, infections[186],[187]
Hay fever and allergic rhinitis[188]
Strengthening immunological resistance[189]


Cardiovascular benefits


Angina pectoris and Kounis syndrome[190],[191],[192],[193],[194]
Progression of atherosclerosis and hypertension[195],[196]


Generalized and other disorders and benefits


Addictions[197]
Arthritis[198]
Cancer (adjuvant) and cancer pain[199],[200],[201],[202],[203],[204],[205],[206],[207]
Chronic inflammation in general[208],[209],[210],[211],[212],[213],[214],[215]


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