What are the benefits of CBD you may be asking yourself. Well, lets start from the beginning – CBD, short for cannabidiol, is one of many compounds found in both hemp and cannabis plant.


Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a product derived from cannabis. It is a type of cannabinoid, which are natural chemicals found in hemp and cannabis plants.


Although it comes from hemp plants, CBD does not make you “high” or intoxicate you, this is caused by another cannabinoid, known as THC. With CDB, most, if not all of the THC is removed, ours is THC Free!


There is some controversy surrounding cannabis products like CBD oil due to the recreational use of marijuana. But there is a growing awareness of the potential health benefits of CBD oil.


Today, it is not known exactly when it was first used but it is an ingredient that has been used for millennia for its therapeutic qualities. People are waking up to the potential health benefits of CBD and thus it’s increasing popularity.

CBD Benefits

There is much information on the therapeutic value of CBD, among many other benefits,
the following qualities have been observed in clinical trials:

  • Antiseptic
  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Pain
  • Menstruation
  • Epilepsy
  • Anti convulsant
  • Neuroprotective and Antioxidant
  • Antipsychotic
  • Muscle relaxant
  • Stimulates the appetite
  • Anti tumor
  • Cancer

Below we highlight some of the most studied benefits and the research that has
been done on them, and then we give you the references of the studies.


The effects of CBD can also help receptors in the brain to ease pain. Studies indicate that CBD may offer benefits with arthritis pain, chronic pain, muscle pain, multiple sclerosis, and other injuries.


By sleeping better, and having less pain and stress, CBD improves mood. Not only that, but it also regulates the endocrine system when we have altered hormones. This is why many people use CBD when they are menstruating, to relieve pain, and to help them calm down and feel better.

CBD Benefits
CBD Benefits


Studies suggest that CBD has properties to reduce the severity and frequency of epileptic seizures, especially in children resistant to drugs created for this purpose.



Studies have shown an increase in concentration when taking CBD. Since CBD influences sleep patterns and the body’s stress response, both factors are essential in establishing focus.

Obviously CBD does not eliminate distractions such as the telephone or a very noisy place, but it can help us to be more focused.


There are studies that suggest that CBD can help control anxiety.


When stress is high, the endocannabinoid system can become destabilized. Researchers believe that CBD can stabilize the system, changing the way the brain’s receptors respond to serotonin, which is a chemical related to mental health. Receptors are small proteins attached to cells that receive chemical messages and help those cells respond to different stimuli.


The aforementioned studies believe that CBD can help relieve anxiety by reducing stress and decreasing the physiological effects of anxiety (increased heart rate, improvement of PTSD, and inducing sleep in cases of insomnia.)

CBD Benefits


These properties have been studied within patients with diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, etc.


The study carried out by Philpott, O’Brien, and McDougall in 2017, reports the following:

“CBD treatment may be a beneficial therapeutic for the population of patients who experience neuropathic arthritis and are refractory to currently used first- and second-line analgesics. Several cannabis compounds, including CBD, have been shown to be neuroprotective in other musculoskeletal disorders.


In a preclinical model of multiple sclerosis, CBD was shown to improve clinical recovery and rotarod scores in animals, correlating with and indicative of a neuroprotective effect. In addition, CBD and ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol have both been implicated in slowing the progression and promoting the survival of neurons in a preclinical model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. These studies, in addition to the results presented here, highlight the potential utility of CBD as an analgesic and neuroprotective agent… “

CBD Benefits
CBD Benefits


CBD, apart from being able to relieve muscle pain in the body, since it makes the muscles more relaxed, could produce relief from menstrual pain, which many women suffer. By having the muscles more relaxed, CBD helps relieve menstrual pain. In addition, there are studies that indicate that CBD helps the endocannabinoid system to relieve pain caused by endometriosis.


There are studies in the field of anti-tumor effects in breast cancer cell cultures that reveal cell viability, increase in cancer cell-specific apoptosis (programmed cell death), reduction of tumor growth, and inhibition of metastasis. Quite possibly due to the anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties of CBD.


There is a lot of documentation on the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD. Inflammation affects any part of the body, whether external or internal. CBD can help fight inflammation in different parts of the body. CBD Oil and balm is used by elite athletes after training to help with muscle pain and inflammation, and women who wear heels all day use it as a foot massage to reduce inflammation.



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