This is where hemp kicks in (click here to discover the differences between Hemp and Cannabis) and where CBD, one of the main components of hemp, could be a helpful coadiuvant. Be advised however, CBD is not a panacea for all diseases nor are hemp derived products a medicine or cure for any medical issue! Always talk to your doctor first and be aware that CBD might interact with certain prescription medications . Be wary of shops and sellers that insist on CBD’s guaranteed effects!
Based on some preliminary studies CBD might act as:
And might boost the following potential benefits:
- improving and regulating sleep
- fighting hemicrania
- preventing nausea
- improving appetite
- fighting muscular pains (check out our CBD for Sports Category)
- working as food supplement
- favoring bone regeneration (e.g. for arthritis)
- helping in the treatment of skin pathologies (check out our CBD Beauty Category)
Contrary to THC, the ‘bad cousin’ component of Cannabis that alters your perception and gets you high, CBD has no impact on your mental state. Moreover, CBD is non-addictive and people’s fear of getting into a loop is definitely wiped out.
CBD concentration varies in each product depending on its typology and use. Creams, gels and ointments are recommended for topical use while crystals and oils are utilized with vaporizers and CBD capsules act from the inside. Note that all these products are not drugs, they are only supplements.
During the last couple of years, research on cannabis and its components has made huge progress. Driven by massive investments in both the medical and food industries. Exceptional results have been achieved already and will shape the future of CBD and its use. Stay tuned, click here for the latest news on CBD and well-being!