What can CBD do?
Life is full of challenges that cause stress and anxiety. It can make us feel a bit lost and out of control.
Even worse, they can take their toll on the body in many different ways. CBD may help regulate functions like sleep, appetite, and immune response. Bringing the balance and calm to provide the peace of mind that you need to take on life’s challenges.
Pain can take the joy out of the things you love to do and sometimes stop you from doing them all together. CBD may reduce pain, inflammation, and other problems that rob you of your joy.
CBD provides total body wellness by helping to alleviate pain, ease anxiety and depression, improve overall mood, promote deeper and more restful sleep, and so much more! CBD binds to cannabinoid receptors in the brain which sends reactions all throughout the body to produce these effects.
HOW HEMP CAN HELP YOUR BODY
"There are many intriguing findings in pre-clinical studies that suggest CBD and hemp oil have anti-inflammatory effects and may be helpful with improving sleep and anxiety," says Brent Bauer, M.D., an internist and director of research for the Mayo Clinic Integrative Medicine program. The pharmacological profile of CBD has received three recent excellent reviews [14,15]. Briefly stated, CBD has anti-anxiety actions
Considerable evidence demonstrates that manipulation of the endocannabinoid system regulates nausea and vomiting in humans and other animals.
Cannabidiol (CBD) has beneficial effects in disorders as wide ranging as diabetes, Huntington's disease, cancer and colitis. Accumulating evidence now also suggests that CBD is beneficial in the cardiovascular system.
“It’s important that the Arthritis Foundation has taken a stand on CBD,” Dr. Clauw said. “Right now, it appears to be fairly safe and might help certain types of pain. It’s far better to give this guidance, even if preliminary, because otherwise people will have no guidance whatsoever.”
Experimental data suggests that the endocannabinoid system represents a promising target in treatments of inflammatory bowel diseases. This assumption is also confirmed by preliminary clinical studies.
"Perhaps the most promising role for cannabinoids is in the treatment of itch," said the study's senior author Dr. Robert Dellavalle, MD, associate professor of dermatology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine."
POSSIBLE BENEFITS OF CANNABIDOL (CBD)
In addition to the body’s endocannabinoid receptors, CBD can also positively affect the body’s:
- Pain Receptors
- Gene Activation Receptors
- Adenosine Receptors
- Pain Receptors
- Serotonin Receptors