CBD is over the counter, legal in all fifty states, comes from the Hemp plant, and does not contain THC.
Over the counter supplement legal in all fifty states, CBD comes from the Hemp plant. It does not contain THC and is not addictive. New research is identifying many beneficial effects for people using CBD’s in the areas of neurological, mood and behavioral issues, muscular issues and gastrointestinal issues among others. CBD’s impact our receptor sites throughout our bodies and brains. We want to discuss some of the research that was recently presented to us in workshops we attended at a medical conference in Tucson, Az.
We naturally make a substance caused endocannabinoids. We can supplement these (which begin to diminish as we age) by making them from the Hemp plant. We want to stress that there is no THC (the active ingredient in Marijuana) and it is not addictive, and there are no identified negative side effects for the use of CBD oils.
It is not a panacea, it is not a cure all and it does not fix everything for everyone. It can help many people experience relief and avoid some debilitating issues as they age. It is affordable and available in every state. Be sure to obtain what is called medical grade CBD oil. Do not just buy them off the internet. Look at the active ingredients and check if they are what is known as medical grade. Most of these can only be purchased through a physician’s practice.
Here is a short list of things that we have been told will benefit from treatment with CBD oils.
Beneficial impact of CBD (Cannabidiol)
- appetite loss
- gastrointestinal disorders
- sleep apnea
- migraine headaches
- phantom pain
- spinal injury
- muscular dystrophy
Look into CBD oils and see what you think. It might be something that could help you in any number of ways.
This Health cast was written and presented by Dr. Kathy Maupin, M.D., Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Expert and Author, with Brett Newcomb, MA., LPC., Family Counselor, Presenter and Author. www.BioBalanceHealth.com.