5 Potential Benefits of CBD

5 Potential Benefits of CBD

CBD is everywhere, and for a good reason. That’s because of all of its potential benefits. In this blog, I will talk about 5 different benefits that CBD may help you with.

1. Managing Stress & Anxiety, Without Meds: Using a Full-Spectrum CBD Oil that is high in CBD may reduce your body’s natural stress response and stress hormones according to MedicalNewsToday.com.

CBD can act much like a pain pill. It kicks in right when you need it, which brings you back into balance. CBD may help our brains access and reduce the breakdown of important chemicals that we produce — such as serotonin and the “bliss” molecule.

2. Reduces Pain & Inflammation: Research suggests that both sublingual and topical use may support moderate chronic pain and reduce inflammation.

study done in 2015 indicates that mice were given topical CBD for arthritis and had significantly less inflammation and pain after four days of use.

3. Improves Sleep: If you are struggling to get a full night of sleep, CBD may be able to help. By helping reduce inflammation and pain, our bodies can enjoy a more restful and deeper sleep.

4. Heal Without a Habit: There’s nothing wrong with a habit, as long as it benefits you, like CBD. CBD is not known to be addictive, so using the same dosage or even increasing your dose is perfectly fine.

5. Achieve Mental Clarity, Not a High: CBD will not give you a psychoactive or psychotropic effect. Yes, CBD comes from Cannabis Sativa, however, it only contains minimal amounts of THC (up to 0.3% to be exact). With our Full-Spectrum products, THC & CBD work together to help alleviate stress and anxiety along with a handful of other terpenes.

I hope these 5 tips help you understand a little more of the benefits that CBD may have. If you have any questions about CBD or our Hemp products, send us an email at info@steveshemp.com.

All credit goes to PlantPeople.co for the information.

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