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Pain

For those of us seeking a safer way to manage pain, CBD makes a very strong case, especially when you consider the wake of devastation left from the opioid crisis. So how do we know that CBD is indeed safe to take? And what’s the best way to consume CBD when dealing with different levels of physical pain?

A report published by the World Health Organization maintains that CBD exhibits no effects akin to abuse or addiction. In fact, the report says that there are no case reports of abuse or dependence at all in relation to the use of CBD.

As far as how effective CBD is for pain, a 2018 review by Frontiers in Pharmacology. The review found that in its purest form, that is ‘not isolated’, or when accompanied by native cannabis compounds (known as the Entourage Effect), CBD was in fact effective in overall pain management.

Anxiety

Of all the benefits CBD offers, anxiety management is likely the most relatable. That’s because anxiety can affect anyone at any time and doesn’t require a disease, illness or specific event to trigger it. Ironically, typical drug treatments for anxiety can actually act as a catalyst to depression, weight gain and insomnia, which make CBD all the more intriguing. 

A clinical trial directed by the Wholeness Center in Fort Collins, Colorado found that after taking CBD for one month, 79% of those surveyed experienced a decrease in anxiety while 66% reported improved sleep. The results were maintained after month two, with 78% noting decreased anxiety and 56% citing better sleep.

On the basis of prevention, an article from by The National Center for Biotechnology Information suggested that cannabinoids could actually divert feelings of anxiety and fear.

RELAXATION

Above all else, humans need food, water and sleep to live. When any of these things are compromised for long periods of time, the body inevitably begins the process of shutting down. So when dealing with serious sleep impediments, like insomnia or sleep apnea, it’s important to consider the element of anxiety and depression as well, as noted by an article based on a study conducted by the Mayo Clinic.

The study explains that a Wholeness Center tested 72 adult patients over a three month period. Each adult was given a daily dose of CBD. The results found that of the 72 adults tested, 48 reported improved sleep within the first month, while 57 patients said their anxiety decreased within the first month.

As far as sleep cycle, an article published by Harvard Health relayed findings that CBD can in fact help with both falling and staying asleep. Another unrelated article from the American Association of Sleep presented evidence from a study which found that CBD can help minimize symptoms of insomnia to ultimately achieve more quality sleep. 

Skin Care

CBD has also shown to positive and effective results in the way of overall skin health due chemical-free makeup, chalked full of antioxidants found in vitamins A, C and E.

CBD is a natural vasodilator, especially when applied topically. That means CBD has the ability to open the bodies capillaries and increase blood flow – the key ingredient and primary benefit to all anti-aging skin treatments such as collegan induction and microneedling.

And that’s not all. Several studies have also shown CBD can actually help balance oil production and unclog pores thanks to its antibacterial properties and sebum oil regulation. This makes CBD an extremely viable option for those seeking a more natural, less invasive means to both manage and treat acne.

What is CBD?

  • Extracted from cannabis flowers and leaves

  • Contains less .03% of THC

  • Rich in antioxidants

  • Non Addictive

  • Natural anti-inflammatory

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Pain

For those of us seeking a safer way to manage pain, CBD makes a very strong case, especially when you consider the wake of devastation left from the opioid crisis. So how do we know that CBD is indeed safe to take? And what’s the best way to consume CBD when dealing with different levels of physical pain?

A report published by the World Health Organization maintains that CBD exhibits no effects akin to abuse or addiction. In fact, the report says that there are no case reports of abuse or dependence at all in relation to the use of CBD.

As far as how effective CBD is for pain, a 2018 review by Frontiers in Pharmacology. The review found that in its purest form, that is ‘not isolated’, or when accompanied by native cannabis compounds (known as the Entourage Effect), CBD was in fact effective in overall pain management.

Anxiety

Of all the benefits CBD offers, anxiety management is likely the most relatable. That’s because anxiety can affect anyone at any time and doesn’t require a disease, illness or specific event to trigger it. Ironically, typical drug treatments for anxiety can actually act as a catalyst to depression, weight gain and insomnia, which make CBD all the more intriguing. 

A clinical trial directed by the Wholeness Center in Fort Collins, Colorado found that after taking CBD for one month, 79% of those surveyed experienced a decrease in anxiety while 66% reported improved sleep. The results were maintained after month two, with 78% noting decreased anxiety and 56% citing better sleep.

On the basis of prevention, an article from by The National Center for Biotechnology Information suggested that cannabinoids could actually divert feelings of anxiety and fear.

Relaxation

Above all else, humans need food, water and sleep to live. When any of these things are compromised for long periods of time, the body inevitably begins the process of shutting down. So when dealing with serious sleep impediments, like insomnia or sleep apnea, it’s important to consider the element of anxiety and depression as well, as noted by an article based on a study conducted by the Mayo Clinic.

The study explains that a Wholeness Center tested 72 adult patients over a three month period. Each adult was given a daily dose of CBD. The results found that of the 72 adults tested, 48 reported improved sleep within the first month, while 57 patients said their anxiety decreased within the first month.

As far as sleep cycle, an article published by Harvard Health relayed findings that CBD can in fact help with both falling and staying asleep. Another unrelated article from the American Association of Sleep presented evidence from a study which found that CBD can help minimize symptoms of insomnia to ultimately achieve more quality sleep.

Skin Care

CBD has also shown to positive and effective results in the way of overall skin health due chemical-free makeup, chalked full of antioxidants found in vitamins A, C and E.

CBD is a natural vasodilator, especially when applied topically. That means CBD has the ability to open the bodies capillaries and increase blood flow – the key ingredient and primary benefit to all anti-aging skin treatments such as collegan induction and microneedling.

And that’s not all. Several studies have also shown CBD can actually help balance oil production and unclog pores thanks to its antibacterial properties and sebum oil regulation. This makes CBD an extremely viable option for those seeking a more natural, less invasive means to both manage and treat acne.

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