CBD Cannabis Oil Health Care Medical

CBD Cannabis Oil

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the many compounds found in the cannabis plant. CBD oil is a product that’s derived from cannabis. Cannabis refers to a group of three plants with psychoactive properties, known as Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. CBD oil is made without large amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, the chemical that’s responsible for the psychedelic effects of marijuana  so it can’t technically get you high. It has become widely available in health food stores and medical marijuana dispensaries across the country – usually in liquid, cream, or gel capsule form. Thousands of variations and hybrids of those and other cannabis strains have been cultivated and are in use today. When applied topically or consumed through smoke inhalation or edible consumption, CBD interacts with neuroreceptors in your endocannabinoid system, which sends signals between your cells to help regulate your movement, mood, homeostasis and immune system. 

What all symptoms can be cured through CBD Oil? 

 Here’s what you need to know about the potential medical uses of CBD:

  • Anxiety relief : 

Anxiety affects everyone in different ways. CBD may be able to help you manage Anxiety. This may change the way your brain’s receptors respond to serotonin, a chemical linked to mental health. Receptors are tiny proteins attached to your cells that receive chemical messages and help your cells respond to different stimuli. This can be:

  1. Reducing stress
  2. Decreasing physiological effects of anxiety, such as an increased heart rate
  3. Improving symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder 
  4. Inducing sleep in cases of insomnia


  • Anti-seizure:


CBD has been in the news before, as a possible treatment for Epilepsy. Epilepsy is a neurological condition that causes unprovoked, recurrent seizures. A seizure is a sudden rush of abnormal electrical activity in your brain. Anyone can develop epilepsy, but it most commonly occurs in young children and older adults. According to research, Men develop epilepsy more often than women, possibly because of higher exposure to risk factors like alcohol use and head trauma.


  • Pain Relief:


Pain discomfort is brought by illness, injury, surgical procedures and chronic conditions. The effects of CBD oil on your brain’s receptors may also help you manage pain. Research has shown that cannabis can offer some benefits when taken after chemotherapy treatments. Some of these are:

  1. Arthritis
  2. Chronic Pain
  3. MS Pain
  4. Muscle Pain
  5. Spinal cord injuries


  • Anti Acne:

The effects of CBD on receptors in the immune system may help reduce overall inflammation in the body. In turn, CBD oil may offer benefits for acne management. The oil that is prevented in sebaceous glands are responsible for producing sebum, a natural oily substance that hydrates the skin. Too much sebum however, can lead to acne.


Protects Against Neurological Disease:

Preclinical and clinical studies show that CBD has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Researchers deduce these characteristics can provide significant neuroprotection, or protection against numerous pathological disorders. Several preclinical studies suggest CBD can produce beneficial effects against Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis. Further clinical studies are needed to confirm CBD’s benefits when used as a treatment for these disorders.


Arthritis Symptoms:

Arthritis involves the deterioration of the tissues in and around your joints. There are several types of arthritis, and symptoms include pain, stiffness and loss of motion. Arthritis treatment usually targets pain relief and improved joint function.


Can CBD help with symptoms of autism?

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders comprise conditions that may affect cognitive development, motor skills, social interaction, communication, and behavior.
  • Children with autism spectrum disorder commonly exhibit comorbid symptoms such as aggression, hyperactivity and anxiety.
  • However, the effects of this oil is very limited. It is believed that ASD has multifactorial causes, generally associated with chromosomal or epigenetic changes in many different genes, which are often associated with neuronal function. 
  • CBD has been found to modulate nerve cell messages in regions of the brain regulating anxiety, executive function and behaviour, blocking signals to key neuronal receptors that, when overstimulated
  • CBD may have potential for many neurological disabilities, but there is particular interest in autism because the behavioural problems can be severe and limit the child’s ability to learn and socialise.
  • CBD had a significant effect on increased brain activity in the right posterior cingulate cortex, which is thought to be involved in the processing of emotional information.
  • Parents across the country have hopped on these findings and started giving CBD oil to their children. Many claim CBD oil helps regulate emotions, promote better sleep, and control autism symptoms.


Here are a few more issues surrounding the treatment of autism with CBD oil:

  • No clinical trial has analysed the effects of treating CBD oil with autism, so doctors aren’t sure about safety. 
  • You can’t know the exact amount of CBD in your oil. 
  • The concentration of ingredients may differ in each batch.
  • CBD oil products aren’t lab tested in every state
  • CBD oil may interact with other medications.


Precautions taken before using CBD:

  1. Check with your child’s (or your) doctor to be sure that no allergies or sensitivities exist that could cause a reaction to CBD.
  2. Check with your child’s doctor to see if the medical benefits of CBD oil are relevant to your child’s symptoms.
  3. Research sources of CBD to be sure the brand you’re using is well-regarded and properly licensed.
  4. Check to be sure that CBD is legal in your state, province, or country.
  5. Take careful notes about your child’s (or your own) behaviors and symptoms so that you can make a useful comparison before and after using CBD.


Precautions taken after using CBD:

When you start using any new supplement, drug, or treatment, it’s important to be sure your child’s doctor is aware of the new treatment and has no concerns about it relative to your child’s health.

  1. Let everyone working with your child know that you’ve started something new and ask them to look for and report any changes in behaviors or skills.
  2. Keep an eye open for any troubling side effects.
  3. Be sure to communicate any side effects to a doctor or healthcare professional immediately.


How can you find a quality CBD product? 

Check the certificate of analysis (COA): COA is proof that a product has been tested by a third-party lab. Make a point of reviewing the cannabinoid potency to see if it matches the product’s label. 

  • Check for FDA warning letters or lawsuits: CBD brand you’re interested in has received any warning letters from the FDA. The agency sends these if companies are making unverified health claims.
  • Look for transparency:  Make a point of buying only from brands that are up-front about where they source their hemp and how they make their products.
  • Check the brand’s reputation and customer reviews. What are customers saying about the company and its products?
  • Be sure you’re buying real CBD:  Additionally, keep in mind that Amazon prohibits the sale of CBD. That means any product listed there is likely fake.



Is CBD oil legal?

  • CBD oil isn’t legal everywhere.
  • In the United States, CBD oil is legal in some states, but not all.
  • Certain states that have legalised CBD for medical use may require users to apply for special licensing. 
  • Check your state’s laws and those of anywhere you travel. 
  • Although CBD is less restricted internationally, some countries may have laws regulating its use.




  1. Mostafavi, Mojdeh, and John Gaitanis. “Autism spectrum disorder and medical cannabis: review and clinical experience.” In Seminars in paediatric neurology, vol. 35, p. 100833. WB Saunders, 2020.
  2. Silva Junior, Estácio Amaro da, et al. “Cannabis and cannabinoid use in autism spectrum disorder: a systematic review.” Trends in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (2021).
  3. Aran, Adi, et al. “Brief report: cannabidiol-rich cannabis in children with autism spectrum disorder and severe behavioural problems—a retrospective feasibility study.” Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 49.3 (2019): 1284-1288.


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