CBD OIL, CANNABIS, MISCONCEPTIONS AND MYSTERIES Part 3
It is all a matter of timing. And this is why Jazz musicians (including Satchmo himself) may have enjoyed it so much. Preliminary brain research shows that cannabis can slow down your perception of time, encouraging your monkey brain to slow down and Savor every single note. Cannabis also has a heightening effect on the right brain region, which handles auditory processing. And as if all that isn’t highly enough, cannabis may enhance short turn memory. So you are more present for those awesome tunes.
There is absolutely no evidence to suggest anything like that. A really smart magazine about cannabis may be habit-forming. So you don’t have any worries to be concerned with as far as any CBD products becoming habit-forming, And please believe me, there have been many studies to show that it is not.
Our dear President Clinton, wasn’t the only one who faked inhaling, it’s not a natural thing. “As” beginner try the mouth to lungs technique. Pull the vapor into your mouth, as though sucking on a straw that is in a milkshake, then hold it briefly. Then slowly inhale the vapor into your lungs. Sometimes it does not provide a quick Buzz as the direct method, but hey, you are a beginner. However, as time goes on, try the more direct method, with you in inhaling deeply from the get-go, inflating your lungs as you suck. As with anything, you definitely want to practice.
Stow the Peace Pipe and grab your jewels, fellas, because your little Swimmers are very delicate creatures. Studies have shown that smoking pot lowers sperm count. Don’t freak out boys and girls, but as with anything cannabis related, there are crossing indications, which can lead to crossed eyes when you try to work it all out. While THC may lower or your odds of getting your gal pregnant, there are other studies that suggests CBD may activate the endocannabinoid systems in ways that invigorate your sperm. However, either way, let the inhaler beware.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that depression affects over 295 million people, or more than 4% of us, making it the Earth’s number one source of disability. That count is more than likely, significantly understated given the stigma surrounding this illness. As with anxiety disorders, though, CBD has become a big source of Hope. Recent research points to some potentially antidepressant-like effects of the compound- and a link between depression and low endocannabinoid levels. One of the study’s shows that CBD can boost levels of the body’s natural “bliss” molecule anadamide. Another connected CBD to higher levels of serotonin in our brain.
This enzyme is known to have an anti-depressant effect. Others have suggested positive impact to mood improving processing in the hippocampus, and to CBD’s value in reducing neuron damage and brain inflammation. In addition to the clinical trials, anecdotal evidence suggests that CBD can be effective either in conjunction with or in place of traditional antidepressant treatments. A study of 2,400 HelloMD community members, for instance, found that 80% of those polled found CBD to be extremely effective at treating their illness and 42% stop using any traditional medication in favor of using CBD. While this data is extremely promising, it can’t be taken as anything close to the absolute proof. Depression is an extremely complex illness, and much, much more research is still needed.
However, my friends on a personal note I have four very good friends, three females, and one male, who were all suffering with depression. And since they have been using My Daily Choice CBD oil (HEMPWORX) and CBD products, they are no longer suffering from depression. So if it’s a hit-and-miss, I don’t really know however, I cannot in good conscience guarantee 100% that it will work for everyone.
The world Anti-Doping Agency last year remove CBD from its list of banned substance, Hallelujah on that, which opened the doors for triathletes, cyclists, runners, golfers, and other athletes to use it-provided it’s not banned by their regional bodies or race regulations. What that means is, you are likely in the clear to use CBD before your local 5K or criterium. However, watch out, college and pro athletes, the NCAA doesn’t specifically outlaw CBD, but it’s THC testing threshold of 35 nanograms per milliliter could be unfortunately problematic for frequent users. The NBA and the NFL currently banned CBD, while the NHL and MLB do not. However, the beautiful thing is, doors are finally opening to something that is beautiful, that should had never been close in the first place. And that is truly something to be happy
Big time, promising studies show CBD’s benefits for cats, dogs, and horses. CBDs therapeutic powers for humans are becoming more and more established: It’s an effective anti-inflammatory, pain reliever, anti-nausea agent, and anti-anxiety compound. So might man’s best friend reap some of the same benefits? I would sure hope so. Veterinarians, are now beginning to examine that most important question. Through research on CBD in animals lags behind human research, recent clinical trials have shown very positive results in treating osteoarthritis and epilepsy in dogs. A groundbreaking 2018 study from Cornell University reported both pain relief and increased activity in arthritis dogs.
The Colorado veterinary Medical Association notes increasing interest among pet owners in CBD for chronic pain management and also cancer therapy. Some of the Vets are encouraging trying CBD for conditions such as anxiety and chronic joint pain, and also for bowel issues, cancer, or asthma in cats. And anecdotal evidence shows promise for the substance for treating conditions like cancer pain in dogs and ligament disease in horses. Our beautiful animal friends are not being left out.
My dear friends, my team and I sincerely hope that we have answered all the questions that was given to us. If for some reason we have miss any, please let us know and we will answer them. Once again, it is a real honour and pleasure to assist our readers in any way that we possibly can, and, as always, if it’s anything that we can do for you, by all means reach out to us.
May you be always in good health.
Humbly yours, Paul Earl.