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CBD Oil in 2018: The Definitive Guides You Should Read!

Everybody's talking about CBD and devotees swear by its health benefits. But here’s what you should know about CBD Oil BEFORE you try!

What is CBD? Learn ALL about Cannabis Oil

CBD (cannabidiol) is an extract of the marijuana plant that has medicinal and therapeutic properties. It is used for health and not recreational purposes, as it has no intoxicating or psychotropic effects. However, even knowing the differences, CBD oil is a very controversial product, as there is generally much confusion even among people who associate it with the drug.

"CBD Oil Can Relieve Your Chronic Pain And Muscle Soreness" REALLY?

What’s the deal with CBD oil? Here’s what you need to know. No, CBD oil won’t get you stoned.

CBD Oil: All the Rage, But Is It Really Safe and Effective? – WebMD

And a little more info: is it safe? Is it legal?

A powerful new form of medical marijuana, without the high

Desperate parents are turning to this form of medical marijuana for their kids and here's WHY

How to Talk to Your Doctor About Medical Cannabis

And if we convinced you to give it a try, here's HOW you should talk to your doctor before!

CBD and Fibromyalgia: All About Cannabidiol for Pain Relief

Fibromyalgia is one of those hard-to-treat health conditions because pain relievers do not provide enough effects to end the pain. For this reason, many patients with chronic pain are looking for alternative therapies and CBD have recently begun to spread as a popular option.

Types of Cannabinoids | CITIVA | Medical Cannabis Research

CBD is not the only one. Scientists estimate there to be over 80 cannabinoids however restrictions means that we can only list information gathered from available research.


CBD and THC are not the same!

CBD and THC are not the same!

Some Benefits Proven By Studies:

  1. Relieves pain and inflammation
  2. Has antipsychotic effects
  3. Reduces anxiety
  4. Helps to fight cancer
  5. Relieves nausea
  6. May treat seizures and other neurological disorders
  7. Lowers incidence of diabetes
  8. Promotes cardiovascular health

Cannabidiol: New Hope Against Breast Cancer

Cannabidiol: New Hope Against Breast Cancer

Researchers' interest in the antitumour effect of CBD lies largely in the discovery that Cannabidiol is able to interact through cellular systems that regulate the expression of key transcription factors in the proliferation, migration and invasion of breast cancer cells. The low reported toxicity of this molecule makes it even more attractive in the creation of novel therapies.

"Cannabinoids can modulate the central signaling pathway of cancer cell growth and metastasis" - Ashutosh Shrivastava, Molecular Cancer Therapeutics - May, 12, 2011

As examples of research, we have McAllister and his team from the California Pacific Medical Center, who focused on studying the mechanisms and metabolic pathways involved in breast cancer after the administration of CBD in tumor cells, among their results is found:

"...the effects of CBD may be through the reduction of tumor cell proliferation, a decrease in intrainvasion and extrainvasion of cells, and/or through the restart of the tumor after the cells reach their target tissue..., Indeed, the most dramatic observation of the effect of CBD on secondary tumors was the reduction of metastasis..."

The results found in this experimental design not only give us a clearer view of the potential of CBD to awaken a response in the various mechanisms of action against cancer, but also brings to light the effectiveness of CBD in these protocols, as well as the importance of taking it to larger and more meticulous scales of research.

In addition to these findings, comments by researchers from the Complutense University of Madrid report:

"...This anti-tumor activity is produced because it affects different key stages of cancer (sustained cell proliferation, metastasis and angiogenesis), rather than focusing on a single cell/molecular process, and the components are not only effective but also safe. To take this research to the next level, our level of understanding about cannabinoids must be deeper...."