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CBD is one of over 100 different cannabinoids that occur naturally in the cannabis plant. Though research on CBD is limited, it does show promise in treating a number of conditions associated with athletic competition, like joint pain, inflammation, and muscle soreness.
Research suggests that CBD shows promise in helping relieve pain and reduce inflammation which could be useful for athletes participating in intense exercise.
CBD has many of the same potential benefits as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but without the psychoactive effects. Products include heating and cooling creams, gel caps, tinctures and transdermal patches.
In the journal Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, researchers have found ECS receptors in the sexual reproductive organs, such as the testicles. They’re also present in the brain. Some research studies have found that cannabinoids such as CBD and THC boost libido by reducing anxiety.
According to an article in the journal, BioMed Research International Trusted Source, Ayurveda practitioners have used Cannabis sativa, the plant from which marijuana and CBD are derived, for many years to improve ejaculatory function and sexual performance. The exact way that CBD may help ED isn’t fully understood. One theory is that CBD could help relax the blood vessels and promote blood flow.
For those who struggle with dryness and painful sex, adding a CBD lubricant can improve sexual performance and relieve pain.
Everyone has a cell-signaling system known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Some researchers think that CBD interacts with a core component of the ECS — endocannabinoid receptors in your brain and immune system. Receptors are tiny proteins attached to your cells. They receive signals, mostly chemical ones, from different stimuli and help your cells respond. This response creates anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects that help with pain management.
Some people with cancer also use CBD. Research on mice has shown that CBD can lead to the shrinking of cancerous tumors. However, most studies in humans have investigated the role of CBD in managing pain related to cancer and cancer treatment.
Studies on CBD and migraine are limited. The studies that currently exist also look at CBD when it’s paired with THC, not when it’s used alone. However, results from a 2017 study indicate that CBD and THC can lead to less acute pain and less intense pain for people with migraine.
Cannabidiol, abbreviated as CBD, is a non-intoxicating compound found in the cannabis plant and hemp plant. A common misconception is that CBD is marijuana. Cannabidiol is only one of the many compounds that make up the cannabis plant. The cannabidiol compound is extracted as an oil, commonly referred to as CBD oil, a low tetrahydrocannabinol product.
CBD has been used for human consumption for quite some time now, and in addition to the ingestion of pure CBD oil, people are finding more creative ways to take CBD in the form of CBD infused food and beverages. Some of these products include BC honey, Colombian coffee, hydrating beverages, alcohol (wines and spirits), sauces, specialty oil and culinary delights.
CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is added to soaps, serums, creams, and other skin care products for its health benefits. Small studies have looked at CBD as a possible treatment for skin conditions, such as acne, atopic dermatitis, and psoriasis.
Research has shown CBD to be anti-inflammatory, which holds promise for helping treat people with skin issues such as psoriasis and acne. Because of its inflammation-calming properties, CBD could be a good candidate for the aftercare or prevention of sun damage.
Studies have shown that “affecting the endocannabinoid system — like with CBD — can help the skin look more radiant and youthful.” Another study suggests that CBD could slow down the visible signs of aging in mice. Cell model research (as opposed to human testing, which has not yet been approved) has shown CBD inhibited sebum production and normalized overactive sebaceous gland cells — one of the main causes of acne.
CBD for pets comes in many forms, like treats, oils, and creams. Overall, it’s important to recognize that research on CBD in pets is sparse. On the other hand, anecdotal evidence and some preliminary studies suggest that CBD may be useful in treating multiple health conditions in animals
A study from 2018 Trusted Source sought to assess safety, anti-inflammatory properties, and anti-pain properties of a CBD oil in dogs with osteoarthritis. Eighty percent of the dogs showed improvement in their pain and mobility, as measured by two veterinary resources.
A small study published in 2019 Trusted Source found that epileptic dogs given CBD in addition to seizure medication had significantly fewer seizures than those that received seizure medication and a placebo.
Hemp derived CBD topical creams have proven to be beneficial for paws, snout and dry skin patches.
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