I am guilty of being a bit impatient at times, especially if I want answers immediately, and one of the questions I used to ponder was how CBD is beneficial for me and for Seniors specifically. Having read many articles now, hopefully you’ll find this homework below and the link attached to be as helpful to you as it was to me!
The fact is that we all have receptors throughout our body which, when we are in pain or have other issues where our body is out of balance, CBD can bind to those receptors, helping our body return to balance faster. The reason CBD is superior to so many other therapeutic options is because it is custom to YOU.. in other words, it will only target what is, in fact, out of balance in your body. Of course, every Senior should discuss taking CBD with their doctor who can suggest specific uses, doses, and whether other medications would trigger side effects, but in many cases a person can transition off of medications to CBD as a more natural treatment option.
CBD can relieve many issues and has received a large amount of press for relieving pain, anxiety, and insomnia for Seniors as well as people of all ages. This link runs through 11 specific research-backed health benefits covering a range of common issues primarily due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-depressant abilities, but it can also be an immunosupressant or an immunostimulant – meaning that it can normalize an underperforming or overperforming immune system.
In an interview with Forbes, Dr. Danial Schecter, the co-founder of a network of cannabis-based medicine clinics and Director of Global Medical Services at Canopy Growth Corporate recommended a combination of CBD and THC (in doses that can’t get you high) for those who need help with sleep, pain, appetite stimulation, nausea, and muscle spasms – and especially, for seniors.
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