What do you know about CBD oil?

CBD is short for Cannabidiol. And typically it comes from the marijuana plant, but it can also be taken from the hemp plant. CBD oil from hemp is not psychoactive like the CBD oil from marijuana.

Said another way, CBD oil from marijuana is sometimes given to patients by a medical doctor now that medical marijuana is legal in many states. However, CBD oil from the hemp plant is legal in all 50 states! Again, this is because it is not psychoactive.

To date, I have tried four different brands of CBD oil, and each is of a different milligram, viscosity, and taste. I believe one of the four brands produces better brain function for myself, but all have reduced nervous tension in my mind and body–to more or less of a degree, perhaps depending upon their formulation and processing. Email me for more specifics as to the brands.

You can go to the Pub Med government site and search using the terms “CBD” and “ailment” (substituting whatever ailment you have for the second term) to be able to find studies relating to the benefits of CBD oil. In the following example, I entered “CBD” and “alzheimer’s disease” and it returned 229 search results! Even if only one of the results was positive, you bet that I considered it a valid result for me to give CBD oil the old college try! Wow!!

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Government Studies –> https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/
Over 23,000 studies relating to CBD oil there that include:

Cannabidiol Oil for Decreasing Addictive Use of Marijuana: A Case Report.

This case study illustrates the use of cannabidiol (CBD) oil to decrease the addictive use of marijuana and provide anxiolytic and sleep bene ts. Addiction to marijuana is a chronic, relapsing disorder, which is becoming a prevalent condition in the United States. The most abundant compound in the marijuana, which is called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), has been widely studied and known for its psychoactive properties.

The second most abundant component-CBD-has been suggested to have the medicinal e ects of decreasing anxiety, improving sleep, and other neuro-protective e ects. The mechanism of action for CBD has been suggested to be antagonistic to the psychoactive properties of THC in many locations within the central nervous system. Such action raises the issue of whether it might be bene cial to use CBD in isolation to facilitate withdrawal of marijuana use. The speci c use of CBD for marijuana reduction has not been widely studied.

The patient was a 27-y-old male who presented with a long-standing diagnosis of bipolar disorder and a daily addiction to marijuana use. In the described intervention, the only change made to the patient’s treatment was the addition of CBD oil with the dosage gradually decreasing from 24 to 18 mg. With use of the CBD oil, the patient reported being less anxious, as well as settling into a regular pattern of sleep. He also indicated that he had not used any marijuana since starting the CBD oil. With the decrease in the dosage to 18 mg, the patient was able to maintain his nonuse of marijuana.

You can also research to learn more about CBD oil by visiting the American Herbal Products Association –> http://ahpa.org

The reason that CBD oil is important to me:

My mother is in advanced stages of Alzheimer’s. I have the hopes that this oil will help her, as well as act as a preventive supplement for me. After taking CBD oil (email me for brand specific information) for only 4 days I noticed a big change in my mood (less nervous tension at work) and ability to think faster (better mental processing speed) with improved mental clarity and focus! I really feel it’s brain food for me. I also fall asleep faster at night, and my hubby says I snore less too! In addition, I went from not being able to remember four names a day to ONE! (An example of my improved memory function).

A few others who have noticed improvements since taking CBD oil:

KK: teenage daughter has noticed that it helps calm her + fall and stay asleep!

KB: I have noticed more clarity; better able to focus, mush less arm and shoulder pain and it is helping me sleep better!

KE: I feel alive!!!! Energized! Sleeping through the night for the first time in years. Also, heel discomfort is so much better.

MF: No more racing thoughts for me.

TR: Best thing for my pain. I feel great!

TD: My mind has calmed, yet my energy has increased. I have a very physical job, so the level of energy this gives me is such a gift! Much less inflammation and joint pain. I’ll take it for the rest of my life.

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One thought on “What do you know about CBD oil?

  1. Additionally, cannabidiol (CBD) has been shown in a patent by the US National Institutes of Health to have significant antioxidant and neuroprotective properties, suggesting that it could be a potential treatment for neurological disorders.

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