Cannabidiol (CBD) and sport

Whether it’s a training plan or optimised nutrition – athletes use various strategies to improve their physical performance and achieve training goals. CBD is also increasingly coming into focus: cannabidiol (CBD) has anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving and neuroprotective effects and can support the healing process of sports injuries. Athletes can also benefit from anxiety-relieving and sleep-promoting effects […]

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Cannabidiol

Cannabidiol (CBD) Infographics on Cannabidiol What is Cannabidiol and what is it for Compared to other cannabinoids, cannabidiol has gained much importance in the therapeutic field because it lacks the typical psychoactive properties of THC (not acting through the brain’s CB1 receptors responsible for psychoactivity), which are reduced when using CBD and THC together. This […]

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Can cannabidiol replace antibiotics?

The therapeutic potential of cannabis has called the scientific community’s attention, who in the last decades have intensified their researches to reveal the secrets of this plant.  Especially everything related to cannabidiol (CBD). This non-psychoactive cannabinoid from cannabis is considered one of the most interesting components by many scientists.  It has many properties which can […]

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Using Cannabidiol to treat non life threatening skin conditions

Cannabidiol (CBD) is the second more important compound found within the cannabis plant after tetrahidrocannabinol. It boasts countless medical benefits ranging from being a homeopathic to a therapeutic drug. When it comes to dermatological issues, CBD really produce cosmetological and medical advantages. This article will focus on Cannabidiol use and on two of the most […]

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The DEA includes a cannabidiol-based medicine in the Controlled Substances Act

On Thursday 27th of September, Epidiolex became the first cannabidiol-based substance placed under Schedule V of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) by the Department of Justice and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). This was the consequence of a large, controlled and successful clinical trial that led the DEA to accept the medical application of this CBD-based […]

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Cannabidiol to reduce smoking

Nowadays, smoking has become a common act, a social gesture, a daily habit. Today, there are 1.1 billion smokers around the world, making up almost 1/7 of the worlds population. However, damages caused by tobacco consumption are well known and broadcasted, for example, increased risk of cancer, stroke, fertility issues, etc… This is why numerous […]

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Can Cannabidiol help reduce blood pressure?

As the blood pumps around the body it travels through the blood vessels and can do so with varying intensity. If blood circulates through the blood vessels at a high speed it can cause high blood pressure and even heart attacks and strokes. There are many factors or symptoms that cause blood pressure to fluctuate, […]

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Everything that you need to know about cannabidiol

Cannabidiol otherwise known as CBD is one of the most well-known cannabinoids in the Cannabis Sativa L plant. Together with Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) it is one of the most active components, making up approximately 40% of the plant. CBD, like other cannabinoids is one of the components of the plant that gives it its therapeutic properties. […]

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5 things you should know about cannabidiol

The lack of information and knowledge about medical cannabis leads to there being a great deal of prejudice surrounding cannabis and CBD for therapeutic uses. In this article we attempt to refute the myths surrounding cannabidiol. Also known as CBD, cannabidiol is one of the most prominent cannabinoids in the Cannabis Sativa L plant. One […]

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Cannabinoids in IBD

Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), such as Crohn’s disease (MC), ulcerative colitis (CU), and some lesser-known forms, impose an immense burden on sufferers in terms of daily life and life satisfaction. The incidence of IBD is also steadily increasing, with the number of people affected worldwide rising from 3.7 million in 1990 to 6.8 million in […]

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