CBD Oil for your Health
Does CBD oil work? It does, and it works exceptionally well.
It would be nice if we had clinical research to support the mountains of testimonial evidence but we don't. The US stance against cannabis and even medical marijuana will change with time, but at this point we rely on the legions of reports we have of effective and efficient results against a litany of maladies.
Cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive component of the marijuana plant, has generated significant interest among scientists and physicians in recent years—but how CBD exerts its therapeutic impact on a molecular level is still being sorted out by scientists. Cannabidiol is a pleiotropic drug in that it produces many effects through multiple molecular pathways.
Although CBD has little binding affinity for either of the two cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2), cannabidiol activates several non-cannabinoid receptors and ion channels. CBD also acts through various receptor-independent channels—for example, by delaying the “reuptake” of endogenous neurotransmitters (such as anandamide and adenosine) and by enhancing or inhibiting the binding action of certain G-coupled protein receptors.
Yeah, I know. That's a little 'clinical', but not 'peer-reviewed' clinical enough. Until we have good White Paper data in hand, the best avenue we have seen is for sufferers to give herbal CBD oil a try. With no negative side effects, in most cases, a very favorable result is seen.
From chronic pains to relief from the symptoms of fibromyalgia, MS, Lupus, Krohn's disease and all the other aches and pains of growing older, CBD has bee effective for 10's of thousands of users.
Entirely THC-free, rest assured CBD herbal oil will NOT show in any drug test, and is not psycho active.
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