WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CBD?
The potential benefits of taking a CBD Oil supplement are numerous. Unlike other supplements, it does not work for one or two things but for a long (and ever-growing) list of things. Although it would be impossible to cover all the potential ailments CBD has the power to cure or treat, we discuss some of them below.
But what if you don’t have a chronic condition? Does CBD still offer potential benefits to you? The answer is yes.
For the average, healthy individual, CBD has the potential to drastically increase your overall wellbeing. It can help you to sleep better, regulate your appetite, and feel less stressed. It has been shown effective in fighting the signs of aging, and can even help to treat or prevent skin conditions – including acne.
What Are The Risks of CBD?
There are little to no risks associated with CBD oil supplements. The only risk is a very rare chance of having an allergic reaction to either the CBD itself or to the ingredients used in certain products containing CBD oil. If you experience the symptoms of an allergic reaction you should discontinue use immediately and seek professional medical attention.
Symptoms of an allergic reaction typically include a rash, swelling, or sneezing. In very rare instances the reaction could cause anaphylaxis, which is a body-wide immune system reaction to a known allergen.
Reasons To Use
In the benefits section listed above, we briefly touched on the fact that CBD oil can help to treat or manage a wide range of illnesses, ailments, and conditions. You are probably now wondering what those are – especially if you suffer from a chronic issue yourself.
Note that the following list is far from all-inclusive. Just because a disease is not listed below does not mean CBD oil will not help you.
Just a few of the issues in which CBD supplements have been proven useful include:
- Skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, or dry skin
- Pain disorders like Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or Arthritis
- Chronic back, muscle, or joint pain
- Digestive disorders like Crohn’s Disease, Celiac, or Ulcerative Colitis
- Anxiety, including reduction of severity and duration of panic attacks