Benefits

There are Many Therapeutic Benefits of CBD Oil

Because the human body has a system of receptors specifically for cannabinoid there are many potential benefits.  As science continues to research CBD, its potential therapeutic benefits will most certainly expand. Listed below are some of the most popular researched benefits thus far. Not sure how CBD Oil works? Click here to learn more about Cannabidiol.

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Endocrine System

New research demonstrates that CBD oil can be helpful with conditions such as diabetes and asthma. Cannabinoid receptors are found in the islet cells of the pancreas that produce insulin as well as cells that line the lungs.

The activation of CB1 receptors has been linked to insulin production,  and the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD has shown to benefit asthma patients.

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Neurological Disorders

CBD has the potential to improve debilitating neurological symptoms, with little to no side effects.

The unique effects of CBD on the nervous system are astonishing. CBD receptors are located throughout the central nervous system and play a role in emotion, sensory perception, memory and cognition.

Research on CBD demonstrates that it may protect against neuronal degeneration, and slow down the development of Alzheimer’s symptoms. In addition, CBD may be beneficial to manage the neurologic symptoms of  Multiple Sclerosis.

Cancer

An emerging body of studies have found the potential for CBD in the therapy and treatment of many types of cancer such as breast cancer, bone cancer and colorectal cancer, just to name a few. 

Although it is still unclear why at a molecular level, CBD kills cancer cells, but it has been shown to destroy cancer cells without harm to other normal healthy cells.

What’s more? Cannabinoids have been found to treat nausea and vomiting related to chemotherapy.

Pain Relief

CBD has the potential to be extremely effective as an anti-inflammatory agent and pain reliever. 

It is a great alternative for people who have to rely on habit-forming medications like opioids, and it has minimal side effects.

It is not yet understood how cannabidiol oil regulates pain, but it is believed that it inhibits pain impulses from reaching the brain. In addition, its interaction with the immune system reduces inflammation, a large component in many forms of chronic pain.

Abuse & Addiction

Researchers believe that CBD can affect certain receptors in the amygdala, a part of the brain that is responsible for your fight-or-flight response. It regulates the release of adrenaline and more. 

CBD has shown that it makes this part of your brain less excitable. People are finding relief in easing their symptoms of depression, anxiety and mood disorders

Social & Economic 

Researchers believe that CBD can affect certain receptors in the amygdala, a part of the brain that is responsible for your fight-or-flight response. It regulates the release of adrenaline and more. 

CBD has shown that it makes this part of your brain less excitable. People are finding relief in easing their symptoms of depression, anxiety and mood disorders

Topical 

When CBD is applied topically, the permeability is tenfold higher than THC, allowing it to penetrate deeper into the skin. The key potential benefits of topicals include reducing pain and inflammation, soothing skin problems, and helping to heal wounds.

Dental 

CBD has been shown to have strong analgesic (pain-relieving) effects when used to treat difficult-to-manage pain. This means that CBD may be a potential alternative to other pharmaceuticals when it comes to the treatment and management of pain after an oral surgery like a tooth extraction or implant placement.