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Some of the proven or possible health benefits of CBD for Fayetteville, NC
- Anxiety -For (GAD) generalized anxiety disorder, the National Institute on Drug Abuse says that CBD has been shown to reduce stress in animals. Study subjects were observed as having lower behavioral signs of anxiety. Their physiological symptoms of anxiety, such as increased heart rate, also improved. More research needs to be done, specifically on humans and GAD.
- Pain – Studies have shown that CBD has anti-inflammatory effects and works on the endocannabinoid and pain-sensing systems to relieve pain. Notably, Health Canada has approved a combination medication that contains both THC and CBD in a 1:1 ratio for the relief of central nerve-related pain in multiple sclerosis, and cancer pain that is unresponsive to optimized opioid therapy.
- Arthritis – Because topical CBD applications have been shown to relieve pain and inflammation, arthritis patients have found that CBD is helpful in relieving symptoms with few side effects.
- Sleep – Research into CBD is ongoing, but early results are promising for anxiety, pain, and even sleep. A 2019 case series recently found that CBD supplementation improved sleep within 1 month of treatment. Many studies indicated the positive effects of cannabinoids on sleep quality.
Studies Show That CBD Can Be Really Helpful with Overall Health
In the well-respected medical journal, Experimental Neurology’s article, “The Endocannabinoid System…,” authors Rosaria Greco, Valeria Gasperi, M. Maccarrone, and C. Tassorelli, state, “The results of these studies strongly suggest that activation of the Endo-cannabinoid system represents a promising therapeutic tool . . .”