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What medical conditions respond to CBD?

We are learning more about CBD's medical properties every day.   In the recent decade, researchers have made some major discoveries about CBD. The compound is currently being investigated in the following seven medical conditions. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the therapeutic potential of CBD is far-reaching, and these few conditions only represent the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the value of the cannabis compound.   Here are seven medical conditions that may respond to CBD: 1. Epilepsy Research on CBD for epilepsy is by far some of the most advanced in terms of clinical research. Already, one biopharmaceutical company has created a CBD-based anti-epileptic drug called Epidiolex. Invented by Britain's GW Pharmaceuticals, Epidiolex...

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5 CBD for Anxiety Fascinating Benefits

  Many people who have anxiety and depression have turned to cannabis as a source of relief from anxiety and depression. There are many forms for this remedy. Because of availability, people have traditionally smoked marijuana as a form of anxiety and depression relief. However, tinctures also exist, as well as other variations on ways to ingest parts of the cannabis plant. For those with anxiety especially, though, traditional smoking and edibles are not always the best way to find relief from their symptoms. At times, smoking or taking an edible may even exacerbate those symptoms that the sufferer is dealing with. If this is the case with you, try CBD oil for anxiety and depression.   WHAT IS CBD (Cannabidiol) HEMP OIL?...

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CBD oil balm benefits the following skin diseases

  CBD oil balm contains many components, including cannabinoids like cannabidiol (CBD), vitamins, and minerals, that carry some skin repair benefits. When CBD oil balm is applied topically, the skin absorbs it where it stimulates cannabinoid receptors. Since the skin is our body’s largest organ, and one that shows things like irritation and inflammation, CBD has the potential to treat a range of conditions whose symptoms appear there. Because it is applied right to trouble areas, the CBD oil balm works directly where needed most and isn’t absorbed into the bloodstream. The health and beauty industry has thrived with global estimates of the industry’s value reaching $265 billion for next year. However, many drugstore body products contain chemicals or synthetics....

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CBD and THC—may benefit those with sleep issues

CANNABIS & SLEEP DISTURBANCES   Quality sleep is critical to human emotional, mental and physical health, yet it eludes between 50-70 million Americans. In this report, we will explore why sleep matters, the role of the endocannabinoid system in sleep, and how cannabis and its components—in particular, CBD and THC—may benefit those with sleep issues.   BY NISHI WHITELY ON OCTOBER 29, 2017   A Project CBD Special Report Highlights:  Sleep disturbances are the most common health problem in America. Those with sleep issues are poorly served by prescription and over-the-counter sleeping pills and other pharmaceuticals, which have serious risks. CBD and other plant cannabinoids show promise for treating insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and other sleep-related disorders. CBD co-administered with THC improves sleep more efficaciously than single-molecule medications. Chronic,...

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Cannabidiol (CBD) "significantly helps heal bone fractures"

A new study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research says that a component of marijuana known as Cannabidiol (CBD) "significantly helps heal bone fractures" by speeding up the process. It also strengthens bones, protecting them against future injuries. This research could lead to new treatment options for people suffering from certain bone-related diseases, including osteoporosis, which causes 8.9 million fractures annually across the world, according to the International Osteoporosis Foundation. The team of researchers at Tel Aviv University tested the effect of THC and CBD separately on rat subjects, discovering a connection between our bodies' cannabinoid receptors and bone growth stimulation.   "We only respond to cannabis because we are built with intrinsic compounds and receptors that can also be activated...

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