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What Can CBD Help With?

If you haven’t heard of CBD yet, you’re missing out!
Read this to learn about the top health conditions CBD can help with, backed by scientific studies.

CBD is a powerful new hemp supplement that’s flying off shelves everywhere. Why are people using CBD and what is it good for?

CBD is a naturally calming compound from hemp that boosts endocannabinoid system activity and function. Research reveals that this vital system is responsible for balancing nearly every aspect of health and wellness.

Learn about the top reasons people are taking CBD and this powerful new hemp supplements’ most cherished benefits for health and wellness.

Stress & Anxiety

One of CBD’s most talked about benefits is its ability to provide significant stress relief. Considering the fact that 1 in 6 US adults has taken psychiatric medications, it’s safe to say that we could benefit from less stress in our lives.

Stress weakens our immune systems, destroys healthy sleep, and wreaks havoc on your body’s muscles and nerves. Often, simple changes to lifestyle and nutrition can do wonders at helping to manage our anxiety levels, but sometimes we could use a little boost.

Scientists think CBD’s ability to bind with the “serotonin receptor” in the brain contributes to the compounds’ natural stress-relieving effects.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, has also been shown to suppress cortisol production, a stress hormone triggered by anxiety. Other research also suggests that CBD’s properties relax muscle and nerve tension and improve endocannabinoid tone, which can all contribute to lowered stress levels and a greater sense of well being.


Recent data shows that 1 in 5 US Americans have a sleep disorder and over one third don’t get enough sleep each night.

When you don’t sleep well, everything else seems to go haywire. Research shows that it’s mostly stress, pain, and emotions that keep us up at night, but CBD could help.

Health conditions, such as dementia, chronic pain, and other issues like jetlag can also have significant impacts on healthy sleeping patterns.While over the counter and prescription sleep aids cause harsh cognitive side effects and can be toxic in the body, CBD is non-toxic and non-intoxicating.

According to recent findings published by the journal, Current Psychiatry Report  – CBD may hold promise for REM sleep behavior disorder and excessive daytime sleepiness.

The first time taking CBD, many people often report feeling a deep sense of relaxation and the urge to take a cozy nap.

Although researchers are still exploring CBD’s benefits in sleep health, studies indicate the compound’s sedative-like properties could have therapeutic value in relieving symptoms of insomnia and sleeplessness.

Pain & Inflammation

Every day millions suffer from severe chronic pain that keeps them from working, sleeping well, and even from accomplishing the most basic daily activities.

Can CBD help with chronic pain, even in the face of what is being called an Opioid Epidemic?

Research and anecdotal evidence suggest that CBD indeed does have powerful pain-relieving properties, and unlike opioids, it’s non-intoxicating and non-habit forming.

No two people’s pain is the same and everyone will respond uniquely to CBD, however, researchers have uncovered several mechanisms that may reveal how Cannabidiol works to relieve pain and inflammation.

First, CBD calms the inflammatory response by suppressing cytokine production, an inflammatory compound in the body. Secondly, studies show that CBD can also calm triggered pain receptors in the body responsible for sending “pain signals” to the brain, which is where the pain is perceived.

These properties, combined with CBD’s natural stress-relieving and mood-boosting effects, are why more people are trying CBD oils, crèmes, and capsules for safe and effective relief from chronic pain and inflammation.

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*This content is for educational purposes only and not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical condition or illness. Always consult a medical professional to treat serious health problems.


  1. 1 in 6 Americans Takes a Psychiatric Drug

  2. 5-HT1A receptors are involved in the cannabidiol-induced attenuation of behavioural and cardiovascular responses to acute restraint stress in rats

  3. Cannabinoids in the Management of Musculoskeletal or Rheumatic Diseases.
  4. Effect of cannabidiol on plasma prolactin, growth hormone and cortisol in human volunteers.