Fundamentally, CBD provides internal balance for human physiology despite the many ways our bodies are influenced and stressed by the environment we live in.
Cannabidiol is well-researched for its anti-convulsant, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and anti-psychotic activity. CBD is also documented to have immune modulating properties as well. Those who consume CBD are found to have lower levels of C-reactive protein, a potent inflammatory marker associated with cardiovascular disease and linked to increased stroke risk.
CBD is also known to help with Alzheimer’s, arteriosclerosis, intestinal and digestive disorders, cirrhosis of the liver, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome, nausea, neuropathy, osteo and rheumatoid arthritis, and much more. This gives medical and health professionals a powerful tool to consider, something that may benefit many, many patients. And the best part about CBD, these potential benefits come without the risk of developing tolerance or an addictive dependence.
Understanding the endocannabinoid system and CBD can help practitioners and their patients discover a whole new paradigm of healing and disease prevention.