Participants in New Study Say CBD Improves Their “Overall Wellness!”
In a new study entitled, “CBD Motivations, Use and Benefits Study” participants overwhelming said taking cannabidiol, or CBD, has improved their personal wellness.
Exact figures are only available with the purchase of the study, but researchers report that the number of those saying CBD has improved their perception of their personal wellness is high.
In the study, researchers looked at a variety of information about study participants, including:
The researchers said the study results were very impressive because they show that CBD is helping people in a worst case scenario at least maintain their health … or in a best case scenario enjoy better health.
One person involved with the study told Hemp Grower that CBD is “helping just about everyone at least maintain their status, if not improve. There are very few, if any, observations where things are getting worse for CBD users, which is quite remarkable from a research standpoint.”
Of course, the study results should not be too surprising considering all the health benefits that have been associated with CBD over the past several months and years.
Regularly consuming CBD has been linked with such health improvement benefits as:
We have within us a natural, body-wide network that was only recently discovered.
Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, a medicinal chemistry professor, discovered an unknown protein molecule in the body back in 1992. He ultimately determined it was a cannabinoid.
This discovery in turn led him to discover that the human body produces cannabinoids that are identical to the ones found in the hemp plant. That discovery then led him to investigate even further and he ended up uncovering an entire secret network hidden in our bodies.
This network, which is called the EndoCannabinoid System (ECS), contains trillions of receptors that are concentrated in our brains, organs, glands, tendons and cartilage.
When cannabinoids, either produced by our bodies or from hemp, interact with these receptors great things begin to happen.
We can relieve pain … we can reduce anxiety … we may even be able to help prevent serious conditions like diabetes.
While CBD is still relatively new to the scene there have been a quite a few studies conducted on it in the past.
Some of these studies have shown that it may reduce inflammation.
For example, an article entitled “Cannabidiol (CBD) — what we know and what we don’t” which was published at the Harvard Health Publishing website says:
“CBD may offer an option for treating different types of chronic pain. A study from the European Journal of Pain showed, using an animal model, CBD applied on the skin could help lower pain and inflammation due to arthritis. Another study demonstrated the mechanism by which CBD inhibits inflammatory and neuropathic pain, two of the most difficult types of chronic pain to treat.”
In a study entitled “Cannabinoids as novel anti-inflammatory drugs,” researchers determined “Cannabinoids suppress inflammatory response and subsequently attenuate (reduce) disease symptoms.”
It is now believed that inflammation is a leading cause of serious illness and it can also dramatically impact our quality of life.
In fact, most experts now think that chronic inflammation may be the cause of such major diseases as Alzheimer's disease, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and Parkinson's disease.
This is called the “Inflammation Theory of Disease” and it’s very popular right now in the scientific community.
Inflammation has also been associated with the development of many of the signs we typically associate with aging.
Inflammation can make your skin look dull and wrinkly and it can cause aches and pains in your hips, knees, back and shoulders that make even the simplest movements more difficult.
If CBD does reduce inflammation, as the studies seem to indicate, it could have a tremendous impact on the population at large.
Those who take CBD could move more nimbly and freely and they could also look younger – and we all know how much looking younger is in demand these days. Nobody wants to look their age.
This anti-inflammatory effect could very well be why so many of the study participants mentioned at the beginning of this article report an improved perception of wellness.
There are two types of CBD available on the market – full spectrum CBD and CBD isolate.
CBD isolate only contains CBD while full spectrum CBD contains all the cannabinoids in the hemp plant.
Preclinical data is clear on this one – multiple cannabinoids are much more effective at relieving pain than a single cannabinoid.
Researchers believe the reason for this is that cannabinoids work together to produce stronger, more beneficial effects.
That’s why users need to look for organic, full-spectrum formulations that contain multiple cannabinoids.
These other cannabinoids also produce beneficial health effects themselves so by increasing the number you are receiving you will also naturally increase the health benefits you enjoy.
A leading provider that produces products with full spectrum CBD is Sarah’s Blessing.
This CBD supplement manufacturer offers a full line of full spectrum CBD products that includes three flavors of tea, candy, a skin cream and CBD oil.
Each product contains pure, pharmaceutical quality CBD, the same amazing substance used in all those clinical trials.
Sarah’s Blessing’s CBD is also grown in Switzerland, which has quickly become known for producing the highest quality CBD. The CBD in Sarah’s Blessing’s products is organic, alcohol-free, pesticide-free and non-GMO.
To learn much more about Sarah’s Blessing and its CBD products, please visit www.sarahsblessing.co.uk.
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