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CBD Medical Benefits
CBD can be used to treat a huge number of medical conditions and issues. Here are just a few of the things CBD oil can help with:
- Relieve pain
- CBD for pain management
- Relieve anxiety
- Reduce inflammation
- Relieve psychosis
- Stimulate appetite
- Reduce nausea
- Reduce seizure/convulsion
- Prevent nervous system degeneration
- Suppress muscle spasm
- Manage blood sugar
- Treat psoriasis
- Inhibit cancer cell growth
- Reduce risk of artery blockage
- Increase bone growth
- Kill or slow bacterial growth
Specific disorders that CBD can treat include:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Sleep disorders
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Parkinson’s disease
- Chronic pain
- Neuropathic pain
What Conditions can CBD be used for?
- Bipolar Disorder
- Crohn’s Disease
- High Blood Pressure
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Lyme Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Neuropathic Pain
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Ulcerative Colitis
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Pain, whether it’s acute, localized or chronic, is something that almost all of us will experience in our lives at one point or another. Considering just how many of us are inflicted with some form of pain, it’s no surprise that many people have started to show a strong interest in CBD, a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that offers a wide array of potential therapeutic benefits, one of the most prominent being pain relief. CBD has recently entered the spotlight as an alternative or even a complementary treatment for pain, and for good reason.
The testimonials behind both cannabis oil are enough to give anyone struggling with pain and prescription pain medications enough reason to give CBD a shot as a natural, non-addictive and effective way to manage your many types of pain.
How soon can I expect to feel relief?
Taking the oil every day is key, as CBD does not work like a pharmaceutical drug, where you will feel the effects right away – it takes time for CBD to work its way into your system and for some people, this can take up to 6 weeks, but most people see results within 2 weeks. Others may notice the effects shortly after beginning their CBD routine. The takeaway from this is to be patient and make sure you’re getting your CBD from a reputable company that is happy to provide you with third party lab test results (such as all of the CBD that we carry here at CBD Oil Canada).
Many factors can determine the length of time it will take to start seeing results from CBD. How it is administered, the potency and quality of the product and your body’s rate of metabolizing the oil will all factor into this. The best way to administer CBD oil is sublingually, or under the tongue. The rate of absorption is far greater there and taking CBD this way will ensure it enters your bloodstream quickly, bypassing your digestive system. To decide on potency, we usually recommend starting with a 500 mg version, as it’s really just a good starting point as you experiment and discover what dose works for you. Once you discover your dose, you can buy a stronger or weaker concentration accordingly. You will not feel it faster or slower depending on the potency of the oil you’re taking, all that has to do with your own body’s rate of metabolizing the CBD oil.
There is something for everyone with our large selection of all-natural, CBD oil-based products. We offer a wide variety of options for wellness-minded individuals who are looking for a more naturalistic approach to managing pain, anxiety, sleep issues, inflammation, and more. Have you always wanted to try CBD oil?
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Will CBD be enough to manage my pain, or should I also use THC
This will vary person to person, dependent on the intensity of your pain, and what the cause of the pain is. A full spectrum CBD oil is recommended for almost all types of pain, due to the presence of THC and over 100 other cannabinoids, something called the “entourage effect“. In natural medicine, they refer to this as the entourage effect – meaning that all of the parts of the plant working togetherare much more powerful than one part of the plant working alone, as in the case of an isolate CBD oil with no THC. Most types of average pain can be managed by a full spectrum CBD oil, but for those with severe chronic pain, or extreme arthritic pain, the addition of some more THC can really do wonders to help manage that pain. Keep in mind when using THC, it’s important to start with a very low dose and work your way up slowly to avoid any negative experiences, such as getting ‘too high’.
Find all of your CBD topicals and creams right here from CBD Oil Canada. We offer a large selection of CBD Topicals, all made in Canada, with the best ingredients available. This includes Canadian grown hemp, organic oils, butters, and waxes. We stock a wide variety of topical CBD products, including roll-on pain gels, CBD transdermal patches, lip products, massage oils, sunscreen, and aloe vera, and a wide variety of lotions and salves. We have also added a range of CBD beauty products, including a face serum and men’s beard and face oil! Topical CBD products have been shown to improve muscle soreness and tightness, and can also be a good treatment for a wide array of skin ailments.
Shop from a large selection of CBD edibles online in Canada. All our products are made with love right here in Canada and we carry a great variety of CBD edibles including chocolate bars, CBD gummies , oil tinctures, and gel capsules. These products can help with sleep issues, all types of chronic pain, inflammation, anxiety, depression, and are a great alternative to smoking. Another bonus is that they are easily broken up into manageable doses, making it that much easier to get all the amazing benefits of CBD edibles!
With so many CBD edibles options out there, we truly have something for everyone. All of our CBD edible products are crafted in Canada using only the absolute best ingredients possible. Try CBD gummies, chocolates or caramels for those with a sweet tooth, as well as a large selection of CBD oils, that come in both flavored and unflavored options. These oil products can be taken on their own, or can be added into foods to make adding CBD into your life that much easier.
CBD has been steadily gaining a reputation among people interested in improving their health and wellness because of its reported effectiveness in the treatment of a wide variety of medical conditions, from pain and inflammation to seizures, anxiety and sleep challenges. If these medical conditions in humans can be effectively treated with CBD, could they also be treated in dogs?
The short answer is yes, with many studies backing this up (more on those below the dosage chart). While CBD oil for dogs is not down to a science, we’ve provided a general consensus in the chart below. We recommend starting on the lower to mid dosage (twice per day) and increasing the dosage to the “High” level after 2-4 weeks if your dog is still showing symptoms.
CBD Oil for Anxiety
One in 13 people around the world live with an anxiety disorder, making this the most common mental health disorder worldwide. For those of us living with anxiety, one critical concern is finding a safe and long-term method for managing symptoms. Doctors are quick to prescribe quick-acting medications such as Xanax or Valium for help with anxiety. These medications may offer instant relief but can very quickly become addictive. Something like Prozac, which works over a longer period of time simply doesn’t work for everyone.
Enter CBD (cannabidiol.) CBD has recently entered the spotlight as an alternative or even a complementary treatment for anxiety, and for good reason. The testimonials alone are enough for anyone struggling with anxiety enough reason to give CBD oil a shot as a natural, non-addictive, and effective way to manage your anxiety.
For anxiety, CBD works like this – when the body naturally releases endocannabinoid chemicals (or you ingest them through a tincture or edible) they connect with the receptors and that stimulates the body’s natural ability to create serotonin, a natural mood stabilizer.
CBD for pain management?
For neuropathic pain, taking a CBD oil sublingually (under the tongue) is recommended. Success in this area is really all about pinpointing the dose that works for you as an individual, as there is no ‘one dose for everyone’ with CBD. It’s recommended to start at a low dose and work your way up slowly until relief is found.
For chronic pain, taking a CBD oil sublingually (under the tongue,) is recommended. Success in this area is really all about pinpointing the dose that works for you as an individual, as there is no ‘one dose for everyone’ with CBD. It’s recommended to start at a low dose, and work your way up slowly until relief is found. For those chronic pain sufferers, the addition of a small amount of THC may be necessary to achieve that pain relief.
How does CBD treat pain
As the research into CBD and its capabilities is still in the early stages it can leave people with a lot of questions about trying CBD for pain relief. But, when we take what we know about how CBD interacts with the body and then look at the existing evidence on the pain relieving and anti-inflammatory properties of CBD, we can begin to better understand how we can use CBD for pain relief.
CBD interacts with a wide range of proteins in the body and central nervous system, including components of the endocannabinoid system located in the brain, central nervous system, immune system as well as in the spleen. Unlike THC, which strongly binds to these endocannabinoid receptors, CBD is actually an inverse agonist that has the opposite effect.
Instead, CBD inhibits the absorption of anandamide, a cannabinoid molecule produced by our bodies that regulates pain and is associated with feelings of well-being and happiness. When CBD enhances anandamide signaling it increases levels in the bloodstream, helping to reduce pain throughout the body. Past research has also found that CBD targets alpha-3 glycine receptors to suppress chronic pain and reduce inflammation associated with dysfunctional glycine receptors, which are an important target for pain processing in the spine.
CBD also activates other receptor proteins, such as the vanilloid receptor TRPV1, which is responsible for control functions such as inflammation and the awareness of pain. In the case of rheumatoid arthritis and other instances of disease-associated chronic pain, the sensitivity and expression of TRPV1 receptors increases. A 2014 study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology found that the purported analgesic properties of CBD are mediated by this receptor, leading the research team to conclude that CBD could be a “useful pharmacological alternative in the treatment of the disease-associated chronic pain.”
Why do people take CBD oil?
People choose to take for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to:
- Neurological conditions
The importance of getting a good sleep
In Canada, roughly 40% of Canadians will experience a sleep disorder in their lifetime. Life has a way of creeping into our sleep schedules whether we like it or not. Increasingly long and/or irregular working hours, social and familial obligations, illness, or psychological conditions such as depression or anxiety can all have detrimental effects on our sleep, both in duration and quality. Reduced sleep can lead to a weakened immune system, which can lead to an abundance of health risks.
Many people who suffer from sleep deprivation or disorders use ‘crutches’, stimulants to keep them awake, like 3 cups of coffee a day, or a red bull (to give you wings). This is concerning as we can never repay the debt of these missed hours of quality sleep. Perhaps instead of looking to stimulants to make our waking hours tolerable, we can look for alternatives to aid our sleep, making our waking hours more productive, and ideally stress-free (Impossible Is Nothing).
CBD: Can it help with sleep?
With the explosion of the Marijuana/Cannabis industry, it has brought with it, the widespread use of CBD oil and related products. Due to the rapid growth of this industry in such a short amount of time, the field of research in CBD has had a difficult time keeping up. And to make life-altering decisions for our health, it is important to become as knowledgeable about the product you are taking or considering taking.
It is claimed that CBD has a calming effect on the central nervous system, through something called the endocannabinoid system. So let us have a look at what the current research is showing in regard to CBD and sleep, so we can proceed with our choices, enlightened by science.
The reason that we get tired at night, and wake up in the morning, is based on our sleep-wake cycle (aka circadian rhythm). This cycle is a daily pattern (circadian = one 24 hour day), which regulates when we need to sleep, and need to be awake. For the majority of us, the ideal cycle consists of seven to nine hours of sleep, usually at night, followed by 15 to 17 hours of wakefulness. Our bodies have different processes that control this cycle, where chemicals and hormone levels fluctuate over the course of a cycle. This causes us to feel alert or fatigued at somewhat predictable times.
Caffeine and other stimulants can affect these chemicals and can affect our body’s natural urges to sleep. Light can also affect our sleep/wake cycle as melatonin is very important for sleep, turning on lights, and looking at computer screens disrupts melatonin production, making sleep more difficult. For people who work shift work, it is harder to keep their sleep-wake cycle in check.
To help, higher doses of CBD are believed to have a more sedating effect, in other words, help you sleep. In a study of people with insomnia, it was shown that a 160 mg/day dose of CBD increased the total sleep time, and reduced the number of moments of wakefulness during the night. It is important to note that lower doses of CBD have been associated with increased alertness, so understanding the right dosage for optimal sleep is important.
CBD Dosage Guide
CBD can be used in a variety of different ways:
CBDMAGIC.ca does not intend to give this as professional medical advice. Do not attempt to self-diagnose, or prescribe treatment based on the information provided on this page. Always consult your physician before making any decision on the treatment of a medical condition.
How do I take CBD oil?
CBD oil is taken by putting it directly under-the-tongue, a.k.a. sublingual absorption. The CBD oil should not be swallowed until after 15-30 seconds to allow for maximum absorption through the blood capillaries from your tongue.
What size dosage of CBD should someone take?
Truly, there is no scientific answer for this as of yet. The many reported benefits of CBD has yet to provide a definitive guideline other than “experiment with what works best for you and your situation”. The chart of the information below is intended as merely a starting point for someone trying CBD. The information is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any disease or health condition.
CBD Oil comes in various concentrations and forms, including tinctures, capsules, peppermint sprays, CBD creams, vaporizers, gummies, topical for skin and much more. Everyone is different and will react differently to the amount of CBD ingested. As serving size or dosage of CBD differs for each person, it is best to start small and gradually increase until you experience the desired result.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Though CBD is generally well tolerated and considered safe, it may cause adverse reactions in some people including, but not limited to:
- Changes in appetite
If you are currently on any prescribed medication, please consult with your doctor prior consuming CBD.