If you don’t know, now you know. CBD, which stands for cannabinol, is mentioned all around the world for it’s claimed medicinal properties. It has been reported to help with numerous ailments and conditions.
The spread of cannabis legalization has brought in a wave of independent research being conducted, leading to experts have identifying CBD as the medicinal property without any intoxicating side effects.
CBD derived from hemp contains 0.3 or less percent of THC, also known as tetrahydrocannabinol. THC is the property that gets a user “stoned.” Furthermore, CBD hemp doesn’t contain enough THC to even show up on a drug test. This is one of the reasons CBD is legal in all states in the US.
Some of the Things CBD Can Help with
Cannabinol has been reported to help with various conditions and ailments such as stress and pain, just to name a few.
Stress sucks. It takes up precious time that we could be using to focus on more productive things. Unfortunately, life can be stressful. How we react to stressful situations can make all the difference in the outcome of the situations.
Long term stress can even harm your body, “Health problems can occur if the stress response goes on for too long or becomes chronic, such as when the source of stress is constant, or if the response continues after the danger has subsided. With chronic stress, those same life-saving responses in your body can suppress immune, digestive, sleep, and reproductive systems, which may cause them to stop working normally.”
CBD is said to help reduce stress. “Cannabidiol has more than 65 targets throughout the body, which makes it difficult to pinpoint the sources of its many different therapeutic properties. Studies currently suggest that CBD counters anxiety by stimulating neurotransmitter systems and neural regeneration.”
Unless you’re Superman, you’ve experienced some type of physical pain. CBD is becoming a more popular ingredient for relieving pain. Even sports stars backing the stuff. Icons like Mike Tyson, Lamar Odom, and Ricky Williams have launched CBD product lines.
"It clearly has some anti-inflammatory effects, but the exact mechanism is still not known," says Pal Pacher, a pharmacologist and cardiologist at the National Institutes of Health.
This makes CBD an ideal for people who suffer from the painful symptoms of arthritis. Furthermore, this is why many stores are now carrying CBD hemp lotions that can help reduce the inflammation and pain for arthritis and other physically painful conditions.
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