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Why do people turn to CBD for discomfort issues?

What studies, physicians, and our customers say about CBD usage for pain issues.


Many people are turning to CBD and natural solutions for discomfort relief. Why are they choosing CBD and what effects can you expect?

CBD can be a natural alternative to pain, sleep issues, and anxiety.

CBD is short for Cannabidiol - a natural cannabinoid found in the hemp plant. Working naturally with your bodies endocannabinoid system. It is non psychoactive, making it a new favorite of athletes, those in chronic pain, and everyone in-between.

How does CBD work for discomfort?

To quickly envision the way CBD works, imagine that our nervous system has myriads of cells which are called cannabinoid receptors. Cannabinoids of CBD bind with the Endocannabinoid system to better respond to external triggers, like pain, anxiety and restlessness. Even simpler, CBD builds a protective shell around your nervous system and makes it better protected from the troubles that cause health disturbances in the long run.


There are a lot of studies around CBD. Most of the researchers agree that CBD can be pretty effective for a myriad of pain and also sleep problems. Many people use cannabidiol to relieve pain. Understanding CBD can help overcome the stigma associated with it.
More studies are coming out on CBD use for Arthritis, Chronic Pain, Neuropathy and nerve damage, Multiple Sclerosis, Cramps, and other conditions. The FDA has approved Epidiolex for seizures in kids, and more research is being done to support the success claims of the millions of people using CBD every day for relief.

"I think there's definitely a lot of excitement about Cannabinoids" says Kevin Boehnke, Ph.D., research investigator in the department of anesthesiology and the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center at the University of Michigan. "It's always nice to have an extra tool in the toolbox, especially one that has been used for thousands of years and that people know to be relatively safe."

You shouldn’t have to choose between what works and what’s good for you.


In response to growing CBD popularity, leading doctors also have something to share about it. Here are some insights.
Dr. Stephen Silberstein from American Migraine Foundation states that CBD can be pretty promising for pain and related sleep violations. Still, he encourages people to choose CBD wisely, prioritize the quality of the product and the manufacturer’s transparency.

“I think there’s definitely a lot of excitement about CBD,” says Kevin Boehnke, Ph.D., the University of Michigan. According to his opinion, CBD is pretty safe as well – at least because people have consumed a hemp plant long before it became mainstream.

Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D. in the Pacific College also supports CBD usage for different ailments, and point to the necessity to discuss the idea with the doctor before getting started with CBD.

Here are a few stats about current CBD usage -
* ⅓ of Americans are using CBD
* 42% of them use it for sleep improvement
* 49% of them find CBD helpful for stress management and prevention
* 45% of current CBD users increased their CBD consumption during 2020-mid 2021
* It takes 20 minutes to fall asleep with CBD, compared to 62 without it, according to a Single Care survey of people with sleep violations.
*An estimated 64 million Americans have tried CBD in the last 24 months. (Consumer Reports, 2019)
*Of those who use CBD, 22% said it helped them supplement or replace prescription or over-the-counter drugs. (Consumer Reports, 2019)
*Of the Americans who use CBD, the most common uses are for pain relief (64%), anxiety (49%), and insomnia (42%). (SingleCare, 2020)

CBD enthusiasts will tell you that it changed their lives, citing all sorts of positive effects. Skeptics will tell you that it’s all hype and has no actual benefits. The truth falls somewhere in between. While there hasn’t been enough extensive research on its effects, it shows promise as an anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety treatment, as well as a sleep aid. And this can give us some insight into CBD’s appeal as a new addition to holistic wellness routines.


* Assess your pain level. Taking CBD internally can help overall mood, and a level of pain relief similar to taking an Advil.
* Topicals can be used to help local pain like stiff joints or sore muscles, in addition to cramps, skin conditions, nerve damage and other conditions.
* Many people use a combination of the two to feel good overall, while minimizing pain on the spot.
* CBD oils are the options for those who need to customize the dosage each time they use it or add CBD to meals or beverages.
* CBD edibles are the choice for people with an active lifestyle – they use CBD right on the go
* CBD topicals, in turn, are frequently used for local pain management and often in combination with any of the products above.

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