CBD Can Help Here's How, Healthy or Not.
There is a thing about nature. It gives us all we need. For example, CBD – an almost miraculous substance that is in abundance.
CBD stands for Cannabidiol. As the name implies, CBDs are gotten from the cannabis plant. CBDs share an ordinary family with marijuana. They are obtained from the hemp plant – a cousin of the marijuana plant, so they do not come with the "high".
What are people saying about CBD?
Thousands of people online have been giving testimonies of CBD wonders, ranging from people with insomnia, diverticulitis, chronic Sciatica and peripheral nerve pains, and arthritis to those with anxiety.
Can Healthy People use CBD?
But that not all. CBDs can also be of benefit to healthy individuals. CBDs can be used as dietary supplements to boost cognitive processes - such as attention, memory, executive function, creativity, and motivation.
CBDs' only notable side effect is nausea, fatigue, and irritability, which usually results from an overdose. Side effects should disappear in 15 to 20 minutes.
How do I take CBD?
CBD can easily be used from the extracted hemp plant and can be used simply by.
· Mixing them into food or drink
· Spraying the liquid under the tongue
· Taking it in capsules or tablets
· Taking them with a dropper, or
· Massaging them into the skin
Many people are now switching to CBDs as an alternative to other medications because, unlike most drugs, CBD is natural and has no harmful side effects.
Several research and experiments have proven that CBD helps alleviate chronic pain, lessen anxiety and depression, mitigate cancer-related symptoms, fight acne, limit epileptic seizures and parkinsonism, drop the incidence of diabetes by a substantial margin, reduce blood pressure and prevent heart damage, amongst other benefits.
Right now, you might be excited or concerned. Whatever your reaction, know that CBDs are safe. WHO (i.e. The World Health Organization) even stated that "In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential". In layman's terms, CBD is 100% safe.
Though the government's position is not concrete on this issue – as some laws still restrict research and testing of Cannabis-related substances – it is still legal. Thankfully, back in 2015, the FDA eases off its regulations on the use of Cannabis-related substances (in the US), which has allowed the researcher to carry out more studies on CBD.