Pre-clinical studies on CBD have lead to amazing findings. While there is still much more research to be done before medicinal benefits of CBD are considered, let’s take a peek at what some studies are saying.
If you research CBD, you’ll be met with thousands of studies from all around the world. We encourage you to look into these for your own educational purposes.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information below should not be taken as medical advice, but a tool to education yourself on some interesting CBD findings and claims that have surfaced from around the world.
Many people are turning to CBD for anxiety, thanks to a large amount of published research. The potential anti-anxiety benefits of CBD have been the focus of studies all around the world, thanks to the unique way CBD interacts with our endocannabinoid system.
CBD has been studied for its natural effects on inflammation-based pain. By interacting with our Endocannabinoid System in such a naturally fluent manner, CBD has incredible potential to support overall wellness.
Research CBD for pain online to review 100+ pre-clinical studies.
Similar to the anti-inflammatory studies mentioned earlier, many people are considering CBD oil as a natural arthritis relief. There are more anecdotal claims than pre-clinical studies on this topic, but it’s promising enough to pursue more knowledge on CBD for arthritis.
It seems all too easy for people, of all ages, to be tagged as “ADHD.” And the medication that follows that title can be addictive and have negative side effects. Some pre-clinical research has been done on CBD for ADD, which you can review online.
The interesting thing about migraines is that they affect different areas on different people. Some feel it on the sides of their head, spine, eyes, or numerous other specific areas. It would make sense that, depending on where you feel the migraine, the cause can be entirely different than another area. That theory does live up somewhat when it comes to CBD; anecdotally some migraine-sufferers love CBD, while others don’t find it useful for them.
According to Sanjay Gupta’s CNN special, “Weed,” There’s a hospital in Israel (home of the most CBD studies) where patients have easy access to cannabis within the facility. Some elderly patients had amazing things to say, including a gentleman with PTSD. If you’re curious about that anecdotal evidence, we recommend checking out the documentary on our CBD video page.
This is just a glimpse of the expansive CBD research topics. We encourage you to research more online to arm yourself with CBD knowledge.
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