Pain relief. Less stress. Easing the discomforts of chronic disease. The demand for natural hemp extract and CBD is growing!
American consumers continue to seek better healthy-living solutions. Indeed, prescription drug sales offering an improved quality of life topped nearly $5 billion in the U.S. alone last year. Yet despite new, expensive pharmaceutical remedies introduced every year, one timeless alternative is still growing steadily in popularity: CBD and hemp extract.
Relied on for centuries, with recorded medicinal use as far back as 6,000 BC China, CBD oils and hemp extracts are now being increasingly embraced by the healthcare community. With promising results in the fields of neuropathology, brain health and pain management, their extensive benefits are still being discovered.
Pioneer studies on how CBD affects serotonin levels in the brain have lead to increased usage for individuals with anxiety and depression. Additional research is also in progress on potential benefits for treating epilepsy, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Huntington Diseases.
So how can it help?
CBD and hemp extracts are natural, non-psychoactive byproducts of industrial hemp used to treat many common ailments. A growing number of users have found relief from chronic pain, mood disorders, sleeplessness and memory loss. Some suffering from spasms and uncontrolled movements have also seen improvements with their afflictions.
Taken as tinctures, capsules, edibles and other applications, CBD and hemp oils are widely relied on as dietary supplements rich in vital proteins, antioxidants, vitamins and healthier unsaturated fats.
This much is certain: CBD positively interacts with our body’s immune system and brain receptors, transmitting signals in our cells to help us improve our own pain management systems. So studies suggest that CBD Oil and Hemp Extracts may have a number of medical benefits for those suffering with pain, inflammation and other discomforts.
While research is ongoing daily, there has also been a broadening acceptance recently in professional sports medicine, now funding leading studies helping athletes with physical recovery and potential brain trauma. It is hoped such work at top medical universities will lead to alternative pain relief protocols, especially in these areas affecting the common public:
- Lower/upper back
- General soreness and pain
Some have described CBD and Hemp extracts as ”relaxing,” like “taking a hot shower after a long day.” Others claim to feel “nothing” — which is exactly what they hoped would happen: no stress.
No funny “stoned” feeling.
Just a simple sense of calm, free from negative side effects.
A neuropsychopharmacology study published by the Nature Publishing Group has concluded positive outcomes using CDB in the treatment of generalized social anxiety disorders.
Entertainers like Jennifer Aniston, Morgan Freeman and Dakota Johnson are advocates when coping with the challenges of performing. Says Aniston in US Weekly, “CBD helps with pain, stress and anxiety. It has all the benefits of marijuana without the high.”
About 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. In addition to the relief from pain and stress offered by CBD and hemp extracts, many have discovered its advantages as a sleep aid. The same sense of calm from CBD and hemp they may enjoy despite stressful situations has been known to improve sleep as well.
To still others, an even bigger advantage is no fear of overdosing or withdrawal symptoms as with prescription-strength sleep pills.
Another benefit of CBD and Hemp Extracts are their much-studied abilities to relieve nausea, often more effectively than prescription pharmaceuticals.
Among patients suffering from the complications of chemotherapy and HIV treatments, considerable evidence suggests CBD helps regulate vomiting by interacting with our body’s serotonin receptors.
It has even helped in controlling “anticipatory” vomiting among patients distressed by psychological concerns of their compromised healthcare conditions.
Where does it hurt?
With such increased interest among the medical community—including new clinical trials, expanded research funding and recent FDA-approvals of CBD-based medicines—there is undoubtedly a bright future for one the world’s oldest natural remedies.
The benefits are many, and its potential even greater.
Healthy. Not High.
This is NOT medical marijuana.
Industrial hemp is a variety of the cannabis plant grown for industrial purposes — including clothing, building materials, even food for livestock.
Industrial hemp has less than 0.3% THC, the active ingredient in marijuana known for getting people high. So there are no psychoactive effects. Nor are there any negative side effects like those associated with pharmaceutical “remedies.”
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
As with any dietary or nutritional supplement, it’s always a good idea to consult your doctor or a trained medical professional. It’s also important to keep in mind that the information in this article should not be considered medical advice.
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