CBD Oil Health Benefits
The benefits of taking CBD oil
All mammals have an Endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for keeping our whole body in balance. When we are deficient in cannabinoids this will manifest as some sort of 'dis-ease' will emerge within our body. We can restore the natural balance by introducing Phyto(from plants) cannaboids. While we are not making any medical claims as to the benefits of introducing CBD into ones diet many of our customers have reported significant benefits for a wide range of conditions including (but not limited to) anxiety, depression, arthritis, gout, chronic neuropathic pain, Parkinson’s disease, early onset dementia, skin conditions such as psoriasis and shingles and also in the area of Crohn's disease and IBS. We recommend that you do your own research and see how this may be of benefit to you.
It is believed that the reason it is so effective is because of our endocannabinoid system and the network of receptors located throughout the body, including all our organs and our brain. The effects have been studied for over 50 years in Isreal where cannabis has been available on prescription for the past four decades. The most recent University of Tel Aviv study early in 2017- found that in a control group of rats with a femoral fracture the control group given CBDs had a 30% reduction in healing time and an increase in bone strength of between 35-50% when examined post mortem.
The study concluded that when external cannabinoids are introduced they encouraged more rapid cell regeneration at the point of the fracture.
Many athletes now recognise the benefits of cannabinoids and are starting to include CBD in their diet.
All mammals receive cannabinoids in the very earliest stages of life from the breast milk of their mother helping to stimulate appetite, encouring natural sleep and giving a sense of warmth and comfort. Cannabinoids are the most natural, pharmaceutical-free method of minding ourselves.
CBD products are a food supplement aimed at promoting well-being, not a medicine intended to treat or cure disease.Remember the words of Hippocrates "Let food be thy medicine”