Decreases blood pressure (caution if taking blood pressure medication).
Lowers cholesterol in LDL (bad) and total cholesterol.
Lowers levels of uric acid and decreases symptoms of gout.
Helps with insomnia due to the benefits of relaxation and anxiety reduction.
It allows people to avoid smoking and is a promising therapy for opioid addiction patients.
Reduces neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). Some research suggests that CBD might protect brain cells from oxidative stress and damage. Early outcomes have been generally positive, but further research is needed.
Reduces the risk of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, especially at the early stages of the disease (no human trials yet).
Less inflammation and signs of intestinal inflammatory disorder (no human trials yet).I strongly suggest you to visit CBD Oil to learn more about this.
Side Effects of CBD And Protection
CBD is usually well tolerated and seldom causes side effects. Some individuals should, however, take extra precautions, including:
Individuals with compromised immune systems. CBD was associated with decreased T and B immune cell activity in cell studies, thereby increasing the risk of infection and worsening HIV, tumor development, metastases, and asthma.
People who take drugs. The activity of liver enzymes, called cytochrome P450, responsible for metabolizing more than 60% of the prescription drugs, may be decreased by CBD. As CBD can increase or decrease the effects of your medicine, consult with your doctor to rule out any interactions.
When mixing CBD with herbs or botanicals in dietary supplements, use caution. Research on such interactions is minimal.
When mixing CBD with alcohol, use caution.
There are no side effects reported by most people who use CBD, but some can include a mild reduction in blood pressure, dry mouth, light headedness, drowsiness, gastrointestinal upset, reduced appetite, and changes in mood.
Pregnant, mothers who lactate and infants
There is currently a lack of research on the efficacy of the use of CBD for pregnant and lactating women as well as infants. Before using it, please consult your doctor.
When pregnant, stop consuming marijuana. Studies show that THC can disrupt the development of neuronal networks and lead to birth defects related to the nervous system. Marijuana should not be used by adolescents, as THC may have an effect on their brain growth.
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230 N Denton Tap Rd Suite 113, Coppell, TX 75019
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