Why Should I Use CBD?

How much time do you have? I can write a whole friggen book on why we might use CBD in our daily lives even if we don’t have any specific, pressing health issues. Before you immediately stop reading, don’t worry, I’m only gonna talk about three things CBD can be useful for in this post. If you have any of the following issues, try CBD out and see if it works for you. If you know anyone with these health problems, be a dear and spread the good word. You could save a life! 

Epilepsy/Seizures

There are already medicines being manufactured in other countries that are given to patients with chronic seizure problems. NO surprise that the U.S. is behind the curve on that front, but at least we can still buy CBD products to help mitigate the effects of seizures. A recent study conducted by the American Epilepsy Society showed that in both children and adults with recurring seizures, the introduction of CBD resulted in a seizure reduction of more than 45%! That’s impressive, and goes to show that CBD ca be incredibly valuable. 

Appetite Regulation 

There are more health issues than you think that can lead to the loss of one’s appetite. Some examples are cancer, HIV, dementia, and anxiety. The stereotype is that smoking a fat doobie will give you the munchies, and there is a kernel of truth in that trope. THC does help stimulate the appetite, and it’s often encouraged that people use both THC and Cbd when dealing with this issue. Both act on your body through your endocannabinoid system to regulate your bodily reactions to stimulus. High stress can prevent someone from wanting to eat, and chronic pain can do the same. That’s how CBD can help. If your stress levels or pain decrease, you tend to want to return to your normal daily functions. It can also help a great deal for people with eating disorders like anorexia. 

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

It might be unpleasant to talk about, but IBS affects upwards of 45 million people in the United States alone. Symptoms can come on out of nowhere, and last for days. Hunting down the cure can involve days and months of meeting specialists, changing your diet, and living in extreme pain. Once again, nature’s best medicine comes to the rescue. CBD can help modify receptors in your intestines, inhibiting the secretion of gastrointestinal fluid and inflammation. It can also help to block and decrease the shooting pain people with IBS can feel in their back and stomach. Fewer cramps, less digestive pain, and more regular bowel activity, all with the help of CBD. 

If you’re looking for a good, no-frills, straight to the point remedy for any of these woes, I recommend these extract capsules. Two of these bad boys a day keeps the bad times away!

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