How to Introduce Supplements Into Your Routine 


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Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of several natural substances that comes from cannabis or hemp. Properly processed, it contains none of the psychoactive elements known as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), i.e., unlike cannabis, colloquially known as “weed,” it won’t get you high.   

While commonly considered safe, there may be adverse side effects when combined with specific prescriptions and over-the-counter medications. Furthermore, it may be ineffective for particular health conditions, so check with your primary care provider before adding CBD into your routine – either as an external supplement or as something you ingest to avoid complications. If you experience anything unusual or alarming while taking CBD internally or applying CBD externally, stop using it immediately and contact your doctor.  

Also, when the doctor tells you need labs, inform them of any over-the-counter products that you’re using, as these may affect certain test results.    

Generally speaking, CBD use is legal; however, it’s always best to check the local laws where you live. If you’re about to go on a trip, it’s also wise to see if it’s legal where you’re traveling to avoid problems. 

For what is CBD used? 

A variety of conditions may be improved through the use of CBD, including:  

  • Certain types of chronic pain. It does this by reducing the body’s inflammatory response and interacting with specific types of neurotransmitters within the endocannabinoid system. The types of pain it’s best used for are “back pain” and pain stemming from multiple sclerosis (MS), fibromyalgia, or arthritis.   
  • Some mental health disorders. Not everyone wants to take pharmaceuticals for their mental health problems because the “cure” is frequently as bad – if not worse than the symptoms, but differently and may be addictive. That’s where CBD comes in. It is a more natural way of dealing with mental problems. Some of the more promising areas that CBD could help with include various anxiety-related disorders, including both panic disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It also may help with stress, insomnia, schizophrenia, and depression. With depression, CBD can help improve the taker’s mood.   
  • It may help with specific cancer-related symptoms and side effects of medications or treatments. Such symptoms include pain, nausea, vomiting, and decreased appetite. It may also help extend the life of people with particular forms of cancer.   
  • It might have neuroprotective qualities for people suffering from various conditions that result in epileptic seizures and MS-related muscle spasms and assist with sleeping with those with Parkinson’s disease.   
  • It could help the heart and circulatory system. It can help lower high blood pressure, reduce arterial hardening or stiffening, and improve blood flow. 
  • Other possible benefits. In addition to the health benefits listed above, it may help with: 

-Substance abuse problems 

-Improvement in sleep. One way to help ensure that it does is to combine CBD with melatonin, such as the Edibles CBD offered by Pure Relief 

-Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it may also help with diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and respiratory ailments. This property is significant for Alzheimer’s patients because it could potentially delay its onset. With diabetes, CBD also may help make the body more sensitive to insulin.  

-It can help with dry, itchy skin and acne if used as a topical treatment 

-It can help “level out” the immune system, helping to provide relief to certain autoimmune diseases such as Lupus.    

-It can help with brain health, including mental activity, emotional and visual processing, and verbal memory.  

-It may help protect against the adverse side effects of alcohol 

-It may aid in weight loss by suppressing appetite, supporting digestion, and changing fat types from white to brown, thus making the body more able to burn calories.  

-It may help strengthen bones and protect against osteoporosis.  

 With all these potentially life-changing benefits, why wouldn’t you want to try taking CBD supplements?  

How is CBD used? 

There are a variety of ways that CBD be used.  

  • CBD may be used externally. External uses may include creams, lotions, sprays, “bath soaks,” and patches that one can apply to the affected area(s). These typically have a number of times of day stated on the package that you can safely use these products.   
  • There are also applications such as CBD oils (mixed with a “carrier” oil), tinctures (alcohol-based), and under-the-tongue sprays which are meant to be taken internally. Edible CBD gummies such as those sold by Pure Relief. But there are also brownies, candies, etc., that you can also find commercially available on the market. Typically, anything you ingest has a milligram count of between 25 mg – 1,500 mg whether as a single dose or taken throughout the day. Read package directions carefully to determine optimal dosage for the results you seek.     

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