Cannabidiol (CBD), a chemical found within the cannabis sativa plants, is also known under the name hemp or cannabis.
Cannabinoids have over 80 chemicals that can be found in the Cannabis Sativa plant. CBD is made from hemp, which is a form of Cannabis oil Sativa that only contains small amounts of THC. The effects of CBD on certain chemicals in the mind are different from those of THC.
For seizures (epilepsy), CBD can be prescribed as a prescription. The use of CBD for pain, anxiety, and a muscle disorder called Dystonia, as well as other conditions like Crohn disease, Parkinson’s disease, Crohn, and Crohn is supported by no scientific evidence.
It doesn’t necessarily mean that all CBD-derived products are legal. CBD is approved medication and therefore cannot be legally added to food or supplements. CBD can only be used in cosmetics. Yet, there are still CBD products in the marketplace that are called diet supplements. These products can contain more CBD than is stated on their labels.
Very Effective For
Seizure disorder (epilepsy). FDA approved Epidiolex by GW Pharmaceuticals as a prescription for treating seizures due to Dravet, Lennox, Gastaut, and tuberous sclerosis complex. Other forms of CBD may also be useful in treating seizures, but it is still unclear. Stick with the prescribed product for now.
CBD could be used for other purposes. But, the information is not reliable enough to tell if CBD might be beneficial.
May Be Effective For
Multiple Scleroderma (MS). It is currently used in 25 countries. The effectiveness of cannabidiol in treating multiple sclerosis symptoms is not clear. Early research suggests that cannabidiol could be applied under the skin to improve pain and muscle tightness. But it won’t help with tiredness, bladder management, mobility, well-being, or quality of life for patients with MS.
Taken by lips, CBD may be safe to consume in the correct doses. A maximum of 200 mg per day can be taken safely for 13 weeks. A particular prescription CBD product (Epidiolex), which is available through a healthcare provider has been administered at higher doses for longer periods and with greater safety.
Some side effects can be caused by CBD, including a dry and cracked mouth, low blood sugar, and lightheadedness. High doses of Epidiolex prescription CBD have been linked with liver harm.
When CBD is used on the skin There aren’t enough facts to tell if CBD can be safe or whether side effects may occur.
Special Warnings And Precautions
Breast-feeding or pregnant: CBD products may be unsafe for you to use if your baby is breastfeeding. There are other ingredients in CBD products that can be harmful to the infant, or the fetus. Use caution and don’t use.
Children. This product is approved to be used in children under 1 year of age with certain conditions. It’s unclear if other CBD-based products are safe for children.
Living with liver disease – People with the liver disease could need to consume lower amounts of CBD.
Parkinson’s disease Some early research indicates that CBD can make muscle movement worse and cause tremors in Parkinson’s disease patients.