What is CBD good for?
CBD is renowned for its pain-relieving effects.
Our bodies contain a specialised system called the endocannabinoid system, which regulates a range of functions.
This includes sleep, appetite, immune system, and pain, just to name a few.
A number of studies have shown CBD may impact endocannabinoid receptor activity.
This would reduce inflammation and nerve pain.
They have also found CBD to be effective in treating pain related to multiple sclerosis and arthritis.
Improving mental health
The World Health Organization has recognised that CBD may have the potential to help health issues such as anxiety and insomnia.
Although anxiety and depression are normally treated with pharmaceutical drugs, these can have a number of negative impacts, including headaches and insomnia.
Studies have found CBD to be a promising alternative, reducing anxiety and regulating mood and social behaviour by acting on the brain’s receptors for serotonin.
However, there haven’t been enough studies to conclusively say CBD is 100 percent effective.
Phoebe added: “Though there is a lot of information online about the usage of CBD the science is still in its early stages.
“We still have a lot of work in understanding what CBD does in the body.
“We have received some positive feedback from consumers using our products for their health and wellbeing.”
Source: Daily Express