CBD or cannabidoil is being offered in College Alaska as a safe treatment for a variety of health issues including pain management and anxiety. But, CBD can be confused with the chemical THC, which is responsible for the “high” euphoria that can occur with the use of hemp products. So, by separating the chemicals and utilizing the benefits of CBD by itself, you can reap the benefits without the side effects or addiction.
Research has shown that CBD can positively interact with both the immune system and pain receptors in the brain. These receptors receive chemical signals and then respond to the signal accordingly. When CBD chemicals are received into these receptor sites, it creates an anti-inflammatory response which in turn reduces pain. This ultimately reduces inflammation and allows normal use of the affected areas. CBD oil can be used for chronic pain without the negative effects of the other chemicals. With this in mind, CBD is now being used and studied for treatment in reducing symptoms of Fibromyalgia. Regardless of the treatment, CBD does not require an increase in dosage as many prescriptions do.
Anxiety and other related mental disorders now affect nearly 40 million adults in the United States. Other countries have similar statistics that show that this is a serious health concern. Over the past few decades, SSRI’s have been prescribed as the primary drug method to treat anxiety. Recently CBD has been researched and identified as an effective alternative to prescription relief for anxiety. It is believed that CBD can increase signals within serotonin receptors at a faster pace than SSRI’s, without the side effects of drugs. It is also believed that CBD can help with new neuron production in the brain which can reduce not only anxiety but depression and other mental disorders.
Although the use of CBD is fairly new and still undergoing research, it has already proven to be a viable treatment to tens of thousands in the US, South America and Europe. Try our recommended CBD oil to help reduce pain, anxiety, headaches and more.