Last Updated on August 15, 2022 by Team Spinfuel

Derived from cannabis, CBD (cannabinol) is one of the many compounds found and extracted from the plants flower. There are different types of cannabis plant, such as hemp and marijuana; and each contain different levels of compounds. Recent CBD Studies have much to say about this remarkable, natural, oil.

Mostly extracted from industrial hemp, CBD has no psychoactive characteristics, unlike THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) which gives marijuana users the high. Once extracted from the plant, CBD is usually combined with a carrier oil which produces CBD oil.  

Studies into CBD and Chronic Illness and Pain

The oil comes in various strengths and whilst more studies on human consumption are needed, it can be used for a number of ailments, both physical and mental, as well as health and wellbeing purposes.

With CBD you can create many products, from drinks and gummy sweets for consumption, to creams and lotions that can be applied to your skin.

The NCCIH (National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health) in the US, conducted a study which revealed benefits for several chronic illnesses, although the adage, ‘more research needed’ culminated the study.

Within the study, they indicated that the following chronic illness/pain conditions could benefit from CBD use.

Neuropathic pain 

Which relates to the nervous system and the brain, such as multiple sclerosis, back injuries, nerve damage, phantom limb syndrome or infections such as shingles.

CBD Studies on Arthritic pain 

Through the compound’s anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, CBD can reduce the disruptive conditions of arthritis.

Chronic pain 

Across several studies, there has been significant evidence to support the notion that CBD can play a part in easing discomfort and pain. Although the level of pain reduction remains moderate, CBD is not likely to build up tolerance overtime, meaning there is no need to increase the dosage.  

CBD Studies on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Those suffering with the condition CFS/ME, quite often suffer with pain as well as fatigue. There are currently no medicines which offer a solution to the issue, although the pain can be managed with CBD.

The list, whilst not limited to the afore mentioned, gives insight into how this compound could be used in the future.

How the Compound Works

Studies into CBD and Chronic Illness and Pain

CBD reacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) which is responsible for pain and inflammation management. Keeping this system high functioning by creating better connections between its receptors can help with more than just pain and inflammation.

As well as chronic illness and pain, CBD can also be used for insomnia, muscle recovery after workouts, drug withdrawal and addiction, seizures, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, dementia and anxiety or stress related issues.

There have also been advances in treating skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne. The anti-inflammatory properties help to soothe the skin and reduce swelling and itching.

CBD Studies and the Well-Being Market

Delivering a daily dose of the compound has also never been easier. Manufacturers of health and wellbeing products, such as Goodrays, offer high quality CBD content in their drinks, gummies and oils.

Guaranteeing zero THC, and a healthy dose of Colorado grown CBD in each of their products, users can rest assured that they are staying within the law and are consuming a product that meets the standards outlined by food agencies and regulating bodies. At present, Goodrays offer the most effective CBD products on the UK market.

To visit Goodrays store and see their full range, you can follow this link.

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