Here we share important Cannabis education to help you stay up to date and informed
Cannabidiol or CBD that is derived from the Cannabis sativa plant has immense potential as a safe and highly effective treatment for rosacea.
Several researches have backed the fact that CBD can help in the treatment of diseases such as cancer, epilepsy, depression, diabetes, sleep disorder, anxiety and chronic pain, and a range of mental illnesses. In fact, CBD is allowed for children above two years who are suffering from seizure disorders, such as Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome.
With winter approaching, dry skin will be an issue for the majority of the global population experiencing the cold dry months. Itchy, red, and chapped skin cause major discomfort and annoyance.
CBD topicals are increasingly becoming popular in treating a wide variety of medical issues.
Orthopedic conditions are associated with the musculoskeletal system of the body. This system comprises bones, muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments. Some common orthopedic conditions include arthritis, lower back pain, and foot, shoulder, hand and knee pain.
Headaches and migraines are amongst the most common ailments affecting people globally. In the U.S. more than 15% of the population complains of severe headaches caused due to stress or migraines.
Loss of moisture in the skin is one of the leading causes of dry skin. Improved moisture retention in the skin helps keep your skin plump and radiant, and also reduces visible signs of aging
What the Endocannabinoid System can do and cannot is still under research. Existing research however reveals that endocannabinoids are responsible for a range of body functions. The System basically serves as a cell signaling medium.
Our human body runs on numerous processes and biological functions. Thousands of biochemical reactions take place every minute that enable you to carry out the simplest of tasks.
When we talk about cannabidiols, we mostly refer to it in terms of its interactions with the endocannabinoid system. However, here, we are going to talk about exactly which part of the endocannabinoid system it interacts with.