Learn everything you need to know about using CBD for anxiety including the health benefits, how to use it, how much to use, and how to find a quality product that helps to improve your overall health & wellness.
Why Use CBD For Anxiety?
Have you tried to manage your anxiety the traditional way? Hiding it, ignoring it, or even worse, doing nothing at all – eventually allowing it to completely overtake your entire life?
Only to end up at the doctor’s office being given a generic prescription medication that does not address the root cause of your actual problem?
What if the root cause of your anxiety could be easily treated like a vitamin deficiency – with a nourishing diet, plant-based supplements, and complementary holistic lifestyle activities like yoga and meditation?
Enter CBD oil, a legal, gentle, and safe extract of the hemp plant.
Paired with a nourishing diet, using CBD for anxiety may help to alleviate the unwanted symptoms of general anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder and more.
Adding this supplement to your daily routine may be all you need to gain control of your day
What is CBD Oil?
But is CBD oil it marijuana? No, the CBD we are talking about here today is derived from the hemp plant, which is defined as a cannabis plant containing no more than 0.3% THC.
Hemp-derived CBD oil is not the same thing as marijuana and will not produce a ‘high’ feeling. It is also legal to obtain and use in nearly every state, which is why so many women are turning to use CBD for anxiety.
There are however many different types of cannabis oil that contain various ratios of CBD
Click here to learn more about What You Need To Know Before You Buy Cannabis Oil if you live in a state with lawful recreational marijuana use.
So what is the hype with CBD? Does it really work? Can it really help to manage a wide variety of health conditions? Could CBD be a safe alternative to prescription medications that leave unwanted side-effects?
As a certified Holistic Cannabis Practitioner, I work with women every day who have learned how to responsibly and safely CBD Oil to manage their daily symptoms of anxiety, depression, pain, and inflammation so they can return to more joy-filled, productive days.
What is CBD (Cannabidiol)?
For thousands of years, people across the world have been incorporating hemp’s powerful anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective properties into foods and medicine.
Now, clinical research is coming out to support the therapeutic uses of CBD for both mental and physical health. CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a plant-based compound known as a cannabinoid. It is the second most abundant of all the cannabinoids, next to THC.
CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it does not give the feeling of intoxication or ‘being high’.
What is the Endocannabinoid System?
The human body contains what is known as an endocannabinoid system which is broadly thought to help with maintaining homeostasis. Therefore, it is understood that the human body needs cannabinoids.
The endocannabinoid system acts as a balancing mechanism for other body systems such as the circulatory, nervous and digestive systems.
Cannabinoids are organic compounds found within the hemp plant that interact with endocannabinoid receptors in the human body and trigger a variety of effects. So far, over 113 cannabinoids have been identified, including CBD and THC.
As awareness and understanding of the endocannabinoid system
What Can CBD Oil Help With?
The medical benefits of hemp are currently being researched, with the most promising studies in pediatric epilepsy. Scientific research and anecdotal reports indicate that CBD can help with the following:
- Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders
- Chronic Pain and Inflammation
- Anxiety – General Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder
- Depression and PTSD
- IBD – Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis
- IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Opioid Withdrawal
- Preventive Health
What Will It Feel Like?
What will it feel like to try CBD oil for the first time?
Many women feel nothing at all when they use CBD for the first time.
Using CBD is not about what you feel, it is about what you don’t feel – a lack of anxiety, mood swings, irritability, pain, inflammation, etc.
Many of my clients don’t even realize how much better they begin to feel each day until they miss a dose or stop their regimen.
It is then that they are able to identify how the CBD is helping them manage their anxiety. Some of the most common side effects of using CBD include fatigue, tiredness, or drowsiness.
What CBD To Use For Anxiety?
To use CBD to manage a condition such as anxiety, it is important that you start with the highest-quality product that will produce the best results.
That is why I developed my 4-Step REAL Method for Choosing a Safe CBD Product which will help to take the guesswork out of picking a safe product and show you where to start so you can get begin managing your anxiety faster and easier than ever before.
CBD Product Recommendation
The women I work with are tired, anxious, overworked mothers who just want a product that they can trust to use, without having to spend extra time and energy researching what product to start with.
To make it easy for you, I have formulated my own premium, high-quality CBD products based on the parameters of my 4-Step REAL Method for Choosing a Safe CBD Product.
All of my products are made from Colorado, USA-Grown Organic Hemp and are processed in an FDA approved facility using the highest-quality Supercritical CO2 extraction technology.
I recommend all of my clients start with my 500mg Full-Spectrum CBD Oil because one bottle has multiple purposes: it can be used under the tongue, on the skin, and even in edible form.
Once you start with the 500mg CBD Oil and know it is working for you, you can progress to more interesting and targeted forms of CBD application.
CBD can be incorporated into your wellness routine in a variety of different ways, from full-spectrum CBD oils taken under the tongue, to topical roll-on bottles for the body, to edibles made with CBD concentrate, and an inhalation method known as vaping.
Remember, the ideal serving sizes vary from one person to the next. Several factors can affect the amount of CBD required for a person to meet their goals. Variables such as weight, whether you have eaten, and the serving size of the CBD ingested can impact results.
500mg Full-Spectrum CBD Oil
CBD Oil Dosage Recommendations
If you’re looking for specific directions on how to use CBD oil as a supplement, my