Below is a short list of little known ways CBD may be able to help you!
CBD may reduce under eye puffiness and soothe a sunburn.
Inflammation is the key to the vast majority of skin issues, including rashes, psoriasis, and puffy eyes. CBD boasts anti-inflammatory properties when applied topically. CBD may also soothe sunburned skin and encourage faster healing. As a topical solution, CBD may also help with common skin conditions like eczema and rosacea.
CBD has few side known effects – even if you ingest “too much”.
The main reported side effects in humans for CBD are as follows (1):
- Drowsiness when taken with alcohol
- Potential liver damage
- Decreased appetite
- Gastrointestinal problems
Your body takes in more nutrients when you ingest cannabis than when you inhale it. » Read more about: Five ways CBD may be able to help you that you didn’t know about »
“To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift.”
Steve Prefontaine, legendary runner, used that quote often, and many athletes afterward have borrowed from Steve’s mantra.
Athletes train and compete at such an intense level, the stress they put on their bodies is extreme. Whether it is pre-training, post training, recovery from an injury or maintaining optimum performance during their games or match, athletes are known to be in constant therapy for their body so they can play or compete at their best. The well known motto, “No pain, no gain,” is not just a mindset,
Whether you’re searching for some inspiration for your next painting or trying to overcome your writer’s block, using CBD for a creative boost might be the right move. A few studies have shown a relationship exists between CBD oil and creativity (1), and with its recently clarified legality, buying premium-quality CBD products has never been easier.
So how exactly does CBD get your creative juices flowing? It all boils down to the multitude of potential benefits of CBD and how it may promote improved mental acuity.
Let’s face it, skincare is important, and most of us rarely take as good of care of our skin as we should. We also don’t often spend the exorbitant amount of monies many companies charge for the ‘next best skin regiment’. There’s just too many to keep up with and not enough information for most.
Enter the little molecule that ‘maybe’ can: CBD.
What does CBD actually do for your skin?
CBD contains antioxidants (1), which makes CBD is potentially promising skincare solution to ongoing problems like eczema and psoriasis.
Mood swings happen. One minute you’re upbeat and happy, and for no reason at all, (we can’t always blame lack of coffee), we’re anxious and irritable.
For some, mood swings can occur simply because we’re hungry (take my word for it, ‘hangry’ is a real thing). For others, stress, weather, unseen triggers and external stimulants can all affect our mood. But for some folks, their mood swings can affect relationships, work and family life.
Mood Swings Are Common
Mood swings are most often caused by neurochemical irregularities in targeted areas of the brain, most commonly in the limbic system (hypothalamus,
Close your eyes for a second and picture what you think a typical vaping enthusiast looks like.
We’ll give you a moment.
Now we’re going out on a limb here and guess that you conjured up an image of a cocky bearded twentysomething clad in loose, sagging jeans complemented with a baggy sweater and topped with a trucker hat positioned slightly askew.
While there are a number of “vape bros” that tarnish the vape culture with their aggressive and off-putting hypermasculinity, the majority of vapers are just average people.
Given the massive popularity of CBD in the personal health and beauty industries, it’s no surprise that the market has been flooded with a dizzying array of products ranging from CBD-infused cooking oil to Retinol Collagen daily moisturizers. Eager consumers are anxious to get their hands on CBD products to enjoy the multitude of amazing health benefits this cannabinoid promises, but are they really paying for a pure product?
Sadly, the widely-publicized health benefits that CBD, or cannabidiol, delivers has spurred an influx of untested, adulterated, and ineffective products claiming to contain CBD to hit the marketplace.
With all the recent and rapidly growing hype surrounding CBD oil, there is an overwhelming amount of information on how CBD works and what it can be used for and all the benefits to gain from the use of CBD. You can even read about how CBD oil is made, but unless you have some degree in science or chemistry, the process can feel foreign and confusing.
There is plenty of information on what CBD actually is, what it is not and how it works on our endocannabinoids system to bring dozens of benefits to the person using CBD oil,
CBD awareness is increasing rapidly. People of all ages are curious about the benefits of CBD, but there is still so much confusion and misunderstanding about CBD. If you are on social media, 98% of the posts about CBD are associated with the traditional imagery associated with Pot. If you search CBD, the majority of articles, blog posts, memes and social media posts have visuals we have all learned to connect to the “stoner culture”.
For anyone looking only for any potential benefits of CBD and aren’t interested in a high, this is extremely confusing and off putting to those who might benefit the most from CBD,
Undergoing chemotherapy treatments can leave the patient uncomfortable, sick and sometimes with debilitating side effects. Chemotherapy is intravenously administered medications or drugs that are designed to attack the growing cancer cells. The medications are strong, killing any growing fast cell, including the healthy ones. Side effects of chemotherapy can leave a patient with hair loss, nausea, vomiting, swelling in the extremities, sore mouth, headaches, diarrhea, loss of appetite, fatigue and emotional changes.
Here are some ways in which CBD can help a patient during chemotherapy:
MAY REDUCE NAUSEA AND VOMITING
Studies have show that CBD has anti-nausea and anti-emetic (suppression of nausea) effects that could make chemotherapy treatments more comfortable for the patients.