Anxiety? CBD oil could help you fight it

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Use CBD oil to fight anxiety

The positive effects of CBD oil have been studied for many years.

With the start of legalization processes in America, in fact, the taboo posed by prohibition on cannabis and cannabinoids dissolved and science was able to resume a serious and targeted study on the active ingredients of the marijuana plant.

CBD oil is one of the first products derived from cannabis, entirely natural, to be freely marketed in Italy.

Its beneficial effects extend to numerous applications and the side effects are almost non-existent.

Let’s see below what are the advantages of taking it and how it could help you calm your anxiety.

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CBD oil for anxiety and depression

A study published by Neurochemical Research in 2005 explained how CBD acts as a partial 5-HT1a receptor, implicated in the neurotransmission of serotonin, one of the fundamental neurotransmitters in mood regulation.

In particular, 5-HT1a plays a fundamental role in the regulation of feelings of panic, anxiety and depression.

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Acting as its antagonist, CBD cannabis intervenes directly on the functioning of 5-HT1a, regulating its function and the effects it has on our mood, going directly to intervene on the attenuation and disappearance of the symptoms of anxiety, panic and depression.

Likewise, the British Journal of Pharmacology published another study in 2009 highlighting the link between CBD and the reception of dopamine, the neurotransmitter associated with euphoria, a sense of reward and, in general, creativity.

This not only makes CBD an excellent antagonist of other drugs, fighting the addiction that a person develops for them, but it makes CBD an excellent antidepressant.

In fact, a large part of the addiction that develops for a given drug is linked to its action on dopamine neuroreactors.

The widespread sense of well-being that accompanies drug use is largely due to the release of massive amounts of this neurotransmitter.

Going to perform an antagonistic regulatory action, CBD not only helps fight addiction but also intervenes in the process of mood balance, fighting the symptoms of depression and anxiety.

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CBD oil fights the symptoms of anxiety

Among the most common physical symptoms of anxiety there is the acceleration of heart rate and respiratory rhythm.

It is not, therefore, solely a condition that reflects on our mood, but also on our body.

Individuals caught by anxiety attacks often also record panic attacks and asthma: anxiety, in fact, is a psychosomatic disorder that accentuates other problems that are predisposed.

CBD oil has been shown to perform a regulatory function on heart rate and respiratory rate, lending itself to the following applications:

  • medical (people subject to cardiac and respiratory arrhythmia)
  • sport (facilitating the unloading phases following an intense competitive activity)
  • psychiatric, helping individuals who suffer from psychosomatic disorders, such as anxiety.

Moreover, especially for this last ailment, the CBD is particularly useful as it fights its causes.

Anxiety can, in fact, occur following particularly stressful periods or chronic and prolonged states of nervousness. The inability to sleep, relax and find peace from stressful occasions are other conditions that can expose you to the risk of anxiety attacks.

The CBD intervenes directly on those especially as its action on the circuit of serotonin and dopamine can effectively combat stress and nervousness.

It gives a feeling of tranquility and widespread peace, indispensable for being able to face one’s daily life with renewed serenity.

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CBD oil: a natural remedy without contraindications

The major advantage of CBD oil is that it is a completely natural remedy.

The discovery of the endocannabinoid system, or cannabinoids that man himself produces and which he needs, very similar to the phytocannabinoids of the marijuana plant dates back to the early 1990s.

Since this is not a synthetic molecule, designed and produced to specifically intervene on our body, the contraindications of CBD are practically nil (some subjects have experienced particular drowsiness or dryness of their jaws after taking it).

Furthermore, the fact that CBD occurs in the form of oil eliminates the risks associated with the way it is consumed by burning: smoking CBD weed  is no longer the only way to take CBD.

In fact, the oil comes in a solution for sub-lingual intake, in capsules to be swallowed or in the form of lotion and ointment, to be applied directly to the skin.

In this way the bioavailability of the substance is increased, e.g. the quantity of substance that our body metabolizes.

In the case of smoking, bioavailability is around 30%, while for oral intake it is about 100%, which means that you can measure the CBD oil exactly for you, according to your needs and your problems.