CBD, or cannabidiol, is increasingly touted as a miracle substance. And while clinical trials have shown the benefits of CBD for things like reducing seizures, there is a lack of scientific evidence to support many other common health claims. So, what do we know about using CBD oil for diabetes?
As CBD becomes more well-known for its therapeutic and medicinal benefits, it’s emerging as an additional option for already heavily-prescribed disorders. In fact, there’s been considerable interest in CBD oil from people with ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Alcohol isn’t typically something we consume for health reasons. But while it may seem counterintuitive, a larger trend of making alcoholic drinks “healthier” means that it’s easy to find mixed drinks that incorporate nutrient-rich juices, probiotic kombucha, and even kale. It’s no surprise that bartenders around the country are adding
Getting a good night’s sleep helps your day-to-day mood and productivity. It’s also crucial to your mental and physical health, diet, and interpersonal relationships. But good sleep isn’t always easy to come by. CBD, or cannabidiol, is now widely touted as a helpful sleep aid. Many people prefer it for its easy
Many people with epilepsy, a chronic condition in which they suffer from recurring seizures, use anticonvulsant drugs to reduce the frequency and severity of their seizures. But when those seizures are not well controlled by these medicines, some patients find cannabidiol, or CBD, to be a helpful additional treatment.
Anxiety is everywhere. The ever-growing list of causes seems to include just about everything, from reading too much news, to learning about the latest food dangers, to getting wrapped up in social media.
Pain is one of the biggest and most complex conditions that CBD may treat. Physicians are still trying to improve their very understanding of pain and how to accurately measure it. After all, they can’t directly see pain; they can only study it through patients’ descriptions.
When it comes to using CBD for medical purposes, there is not always much peer-reviewed research available. But when it comes to CBD oil and MS (multiple sclerosis), the research is actually further along than it is for many other conditions.
Anyone who deals with allergies or asthma knows that smoking — whether we’re talking cigarettes or cannabis — can just exacerbate the problem. So it’s not surprising that people would turn to the wide variety of smoke-free CBD products as an anti-inflammatory alternative.