Here is what I want to show you…
I want to show you that you can use something that is health promoting and still getting you through your day. I think the definition of real medicine is something that we can use day in and day out (chronically) to improve how we feel, without another issue popping up (negative side effect). Something that doesn’t “cure” us but helps us. Here is what I mean…
Picture this: I deal with chronic pain, inflammation, anxiety, or depression and it affects my day-to-day activities. Whether you are in physical pain or dealing with mental exhaustion, I want to show you how to utilize an amazing herb to improve how we feel physically and mentally. If you have ever been in so much pain that you can’t move or feeling so “blah” that you don’t want to get out of the house, I want to show you what CBD, with or without THC, has to offer.
What I love even more is that this plant is practically harmless. I’m not saying that you can’t have undesirable side effects (dosing is important), but there won’t be any ill effects to your health. CBD was shown to be health promoting, including offering anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that were shown to protect our brain and spinal cord (Neuroprotective properties) down to our heart (cardiovascular protecting properties) (1). Toss in some analgesic (pain relieving properties) and we have ourselves something to talk about (3).
There is nothing more that I love than a whole-plant extract (where we get all the synergistic properties) that offers compounding health benefits. Trust me when I say there is a reason why they have tried to keep this plant hush hush for so long. One plant that can potentially treat over 200 conditions is impressive (2). What even adds more to the hype is that GW Pharmaceuticals received a patent in 2011 claiming the anti-cancer properties of CBD (patent # US20130059018A1), but no one talks about it. I’m not the smartest businessman in the world, but if I sold pharmaceuticals, a plant that could potentially address 200 different conditions is a threat. A threat to my wallet! Unfortunately, even after being awarded the patent in 2011, CBD (+ other cannabinoids) still aren’t being used to their potential in our healthcare system. Most importantly, no one educates on this taboo topic, but I want to change that. I want to show you how to help yourself using a plant. When you investigate the medical literature, you will see that this plant is truly special, but at the end of the day, it’s just another medicinal herb, for which there are many.
*This information is for educational purposes only. No medical advice or claims are being made, just sharing information pertaining to these published medical journals.
1. Stanley, C. P., Hind, W. H., & O'Sullivan, S. E. (2013). Is the cardiovascular system a therapeutic target for cannabidiol?. British journal of clinical pharmacology, 75(2), 313–322. https://doi.org/10.
2. Blesching, U. (2022). The cannabis health index: Combining the science of medical marijuana with mindfulness techniques to treat over 200 chronic diseases. Logos/Uwe Blesching.
3. Elikkottil, J., Gupta, P., & Gupta, K. (2009). The analgesic potential of cannabinoids. Journal of opioid management, 5(6), 341–357.