High Spirits Holiday Edition NOW AVAILABLE - ORDER TODAY!!! 19+ ONLY - FREE SHIPPING (US & CAN) Orders $100+

What You Should Know About CBD

Article by Push Mag‘s Meghan Ridley

By now, most of us have seen the miraculous potential of CBD to stop seizures in certain individuals. Strains such as Charlotte’s Web have proven life-changing in their capacity to cease the debilitating realities faced by those with seizure disorders and their families—grabbing headlines and pushing conversations forward in ways never before imagined. In the shadows of these stories of true transformation, however, the everyday wellness properties of CBD sit under-realized. Here’s what you should know about CBD.

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive member of cannabinoid family. Emerging studies suggest a healthy individual can consume between 10 and 30 mg on a daily basis. Here, research has indicated success as an anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective agent, aiding with digestion, and alleviating the side effects of chemotherapy. While celebrated for it’s non psychoactive nature, is also believed to work in an antipsychotic manner—reducing anxiety, rather than simply not increasing it. Research continues to study the interaction of the cannabinoid with the treatment of the following (and many more) conditions:

  • ADHD
  • Diabetes
  • PTSD
  • Osteoporosis
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Skin conditions
  • Multiple Sclerosis

Literally, the list goes on and on.

Click here to read the rest on PushMag.com!

 


From Push Mag: Everyone remembers the first time they were pushed. Not encouraged, convinced or even considered — PUSHed. For many, the term alone evokes thoughts of unwillingness and force. We seek to change that pattern — to push back. Sparked from our desire to retain the revolutionary aspects of cannabis as it grows, we feel the responsibility to use this platform to celebrate, encourage and uplift those who reflect the wildly diverse world that we live in. PUSH is a cannabis lifestyle publication that engages in inspiring, solution-driven conversations in an open and inclusive environment that allows all who partake to feel safe and genuinely heard. Join in the movement. Stand up, push back.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published