Why CBD Doesn’t Work

Almost everyday, we hear from who have had frustrating experiences with CBD. Maybe you’ve had similar experiences, especially if you:

  • Took CBD as an oil, gummy, or other edible
  • Tried a generic CBD formula
  • Quickly stopped using CBD after not seeing fast results
  • Chose a cheap, low-quality CBD brand

If that sounds familiar to your experience, you’re in luck! These are common pitfalls that CBD customers often fall into, but are ways to avoid these issues entirely. Below, we’ll discuss these issues (and more) in detail, why they prevent a fully satisfying CBD experience, and what you can do to make sure you get the full benefits that CBD has to offer.

Problem #1: Using CBD Products with Low Bioavailability 

The biggest problem customers face when trying to use CBD products is the lack of bioavailability. In short, bioavailability refers to how easily medicine or other substances  (including CBD) can be absorbed into your body. If you’re using a CBD product with low bioavailability, then you may not have had enough CBD absorbed into your body to feel the active .

Factors that Affect Bioavailability

Not sure what impacts CBD’s bioavailability? There are several factors that can increase, or decrease, CBD’s ability to absorb into your bloodstream:

  • Method of Use: Patches or inhaled forms of CBD usually have higher levels of bioavailability because in this delivery method, the CBD avoids the digestive system. Ingestible forms of CBD, like oils or capsules, usually have low levels of bioavailability, since your digestive system destroys most of the CBD.
  • Product Purity: If your CBD product has ingredient fillers or contaminants, you’re not going to get the levels of absorption you would with pure CBD products.
  • Product Design: Certain CBD products may be specifically designed from the beginning to increase bioavailability (like PhenoLife). This is especially important for ingestible forms of CBD, since it has to survive harsh stomach acids. 

Problem #2: Using the Wrong CBD Formula

Another common issue we see customers face is getting the wrong kind of CBD formula. If you don’t get a CBD formula that’s a good match for your health challenge, then you may not get the results you were hoping for. Let’s take a look at the different kinds of CBD formulas that you’ll commonly see on the market.

Broad-Spectrum CBD

Broad-spectrum CBD is the same as full-spectrum CBD, except the trace amounts of have been removed. This may allow customers to still benefit from the entourage effect from other cannabinoids and terpenes present in the products while avoiding THC.

CBD-Isolate

Products made with CBD-isolate will contain only CBD. None of the other cannabinoids or terpenes present in the sourced hemp will be present. This means customers won’t be able to benefit from the entourage effect, and customers will generally pay a premium price, since isolating CBD requires extensive processing.

Catered Formulas

Many CBD brands create CBD formulas that include other active ingredients to help target specific health challenges. Choosing a CBD product that’s targeted to help soothe anxiety when you’re looking to manage chronic pain might not give you the results you were hoping for. 

If you are trying to hone in on a targeted health challenge, a catered, full-spectrum CBD formula is the best choice for maximum results.

Problem #3: Inconsistent or Improper CBD Dosing

This is one of the most common problems we see with customers that say that they felt some effects from CBD but never got the results they were looking for. It’s a confusing issue because most customers will feel CBD the very first time they take it, but they won’t get the best results on the first dose

To start, your first dose is not likely to be the amount of CBD you take forever. Regardless of what CBD product you use, we usually recommend our customers start with low doses and slowly work their way up as they understand how a specific product will make them feel. Starting with a huge CBD dose can cause uncomfortable side-effects.

CBD Needs Consistent Dosing To Work

Not only do you need to work up to your ideal dose of CBD, but you need to regularly take it to begin to feel the best effects. Usually, this takes up around 10 days of daily CBD dosing of any product you choose. We’ve noticed many customers take CBD for just a few days and quit without giving the CBD enough time to fully saturate the body. 

Give yourself time to find the ideal dose and then consistently take that dose for the best effects.

Problem #4: Choosing the Wrong Delivery System

As we mentioned in the previous point, different forms of CBD offer different advantages for customers. Certain delivery methods of CBD are better for helping to manage certain health challenges, and a delivery mismatch can make it feel like CBD isn’t offering the benefits it’s supposed to. Here’s a quick overview of the primary kinds of CBD and what to expect during use:

Inhalable Forms of CBD

Forms of CBD that you can inhale will enter your bloodstream the fastest, and since it bypasses your digestive system, the bioavailability of inhaled CBD is generally high (around 30%). This form of CBD is great for sudden, unexpected problems, like acute pain or a panic attack, but the effects don’t last very long compared to ingestible forms of CBD or transdermal patches.

Transdermal CBD Patches

Transdermal CBD patches allow for consistent CBD dosing for up to 8 hours, and with bioavailability levels at 80%, they are perfect for consistent, long-term dosing. However, it can take a while for the CBD to absorb through your skin and reach your bloodstream, which makes patches a poor choice for sudden, unexpected issues. 

Also, transdermal patches are not the same as topical CBD lotions. Topical lotions may provide some local relief directly where applied, but they are not designed to deliver CBD into the bloodstream. That means using lotions to help with widespread pain or anxiety will never provide the results you want.

Ingestible Forms of CBD

Finally, ingestible forms of CBD, while popular, have notoriously low bioavailability levels. Most ingestible forms only have 6% bioavailability, which means products like oils, tinctures, or capsules need extra , consistent doses to be effective. Ingestible CBD tends to have longer effects than inhalable forms of CBD and will usually take effect faster than transdermal patches.

Problem #5: Fraudulent CBD Products

In the UK, the CBD isn’t regulated by a formal government body. That means it’s up to CBD brands to police themselves to provide pure, high-grade products. Some less reputable brands will add fillers to their CBD products (and not disclose it), or they may be lying about how much CBD is in their products. 

This is a common issue. A study performed by the National Institute of Health showed that, from their sampling of CBD products, 26% contained less CBD than advertised, while 43% contained more CBD than advertised. This same study also showed that 21% of these products also contained THC levels above the legal limit, which was “enough to intoxicate children.”

Your CBD product may not have worked because it didn’t have the amount of CBD as advertised.

How PhenoLife Makes CBD That

If you think that you’re ready to give CBD another try, then take a look at how PhenoLife resolves these common problems with CBD

PhenoLife Products Offer Superior Bioavailability

We have crafted our products specifically to increase bioavailability. First, our products like the PhenoPen and the PhenoPatch have naturally high rates of absorption. Next, our PhenoGel capsules use advanced microencapsulation technology to offer superior bioavailability to traditional CBD ingestible products. 

PhenoGel capsules are made with a protective coating that prevents CBD from being destroyed by your stomach acid (and that protective coating is dissolved from a specific enzyme released from the pancreas). Then, the microbead technology releases our CBD formula in a controlled dose, which gives your body a chance to absorb more CBD (while also helping the effects last longer).

PhenoLife Uses Full-Spectrum, Targeted Formulas For Superior Results

PhenoLife uses full-spectrum CBD in all of our products, since we want our products to provide the best results possible. We’ve also created targeted formulas for the three most common health challenges that CBD has the potential to help manage: 

  • Body for managing pain 
  • Mind for soothing anxiety 
  • Sleep for encouraging a full night of sleep

All three of our formulas are available with PhenoPen, PhenoGel, and PhenoPatch.

PhenoLife Offers the Best CBD Delivery Systems

PhenoLife has developed three primary methods of CBD, each that have their own pros and cons of use:

PhenoPen

PhenoPen creates a vapor that is inhaled by users, which quickly delivers CBD into the bloodstream. This form of CBD is ideal for fast-acting relief for acute, onset challenges (like unexpected pain or an anxiety attack). However, the effects are short-lived, which may present an issue for customers looking for a longer-lasting option (like for help sleeping).

PhenoPatch

PhenoPatch is a transdermal patch that is applied directly onto your skin to deliver a slow, controlled dose of CBD. The patch lasts up to 8 hours, which makes it a great choice for customers wanting to use CBD to help get a good night’s rest, or for customers that want an all-day CBD solution. 

However, it can take 45 minutes to an hour for customers to feel the effects of the PhenoPatch, which makes it a less optimal choice for trying to manage acute pain or a bout of unexpected .

PhenoGel

PhenoGel is a slow-release gel capsule specifically designed to enhance CBD absorption. The effects of the capsules take longer than the PhenoPen, but the effects will last longer than inhaling vapor. PhenoGel capsules will begin to take effect faster than the PhenoPatch, but the effects last a few hours less than the patches. 

PhenoGel shines as a convenient way to take CBD regardless of where you are. If you want a discrete, easy way to take CBD (without having to manage a patch), then PhenoGel may be your ideal choice.

Combined Solutions

We encourage customers to combine PhenoLife products if there ’t seem to be a single product that meets their needs. This is a common practice for customers who struggle to fall asleep and stay asleep, who want to manage chronic pain consistently but also experience acute pain spikes, or who want to keep general anxiety low while also being prone to panic .

PhenoLife Takes CBD Seriously

We want our customers to trust us, but we understand that trust has to be earned. That’s why we perform third-party lab testing on all of our products, which demonstrates:

  • The amount of CBD labeled on products is accurate
  • The amount of other labeled cannabinoids is accurate
  • The lack of contamination from heavy metals

We also work to educate customers on the best way to take CBD, including ideal initial doses, how to step up to more potent doses, and techniques to follow if the desired results aren’t being experienced.

Contact Us to Learn More

PhenoLife loves helping customers learn the most effective ways to use CBD. If you have more questions about what stops CBD from working, feel free to reach out to us with questions. If you’re ready to give CBD another try, and want to start with PhenoLife, then take a look at our online store to see what we offer. 

We look forward to hearing from you and helping you find CBD that works!

Trick or Treat: The CBD facts (or myths) explained.

In the spirit of Halloween, the experts at PhenoLife want to dive into the tricks or treats of using CBD. The following six statements will either be a treat CBD (something that is true) or a trick (something that is not true about CBD).

TRICK or TREAT: CBD Gets You High

There can be a lot of confusion about how CBD affects you. After all, it comes from (which is famous for getting high), and many customers are concerned that using CBD will get them unexpectedly or uncomfortably high. 

So, is this a trick or a treat?

CBD Gets Your High: Trick

This is a trick. While CBD is found in cannabis, it is not intoxicating. The compound responsible for the traditional high associated with cannabis is THC, which is a restricted substance in most countries. However, CBD is unrestricted in most countries, largely in part to the fact that it doesn’t make you high. 

However, just because CBD doesn’t get you high doesn’t mean you won’t feel it. CBD can make you sleep and can affect your mood, and there’s a small percentage of people who won’t tolerate the effects of CBD well. However, the vast majority of customers that use CBD will avoid some of the uncomfortable side-effects, especially if they start with low, comfortable doses.

TRICK or TREAT: All CBD Products is the Same

The market is full of CBD choices, and while there’s a difference in how you can take CBD, there’s not a difference in the CBD itself, right?

All CBD is the Same: Trick

This is a huge trick. There are enormous differences between CBD products (aside from products being oils, capsules, etc.). First, the kind of CBD used can be different. Customers are often surprised (and a bit confused), when they discover that there are three kinds of CBD:

  • Full-spectrum CBD: This is the least processed form of CBD. It contains all of the naturally occurring cannabinoids and found in hemp, which may help the CBD product be more effective. PhenoLife products use full-spectrum CBD in all of their products. 
  • Broad-spectrum CBD: This form of CBD is slightly more processed. It still contains many of the cannabinoids and terpenes found in hemp, with the noticeable lack of THC. Some customers may want to avoid THC, even legal, trace amounts, but also take advantage of the other natural cannabinoids and terpenes present in the hemp.
  • CBD isolate: This is the most processed form of CBD. It contains only CBD (so no other cannabinoids or terpenes).This form of CBD is usually the most expensive, since it requires far more effort to make sure that only CBD is present. 

In addition to the different kinds of CBD, there’s a difference between the same kinds of CBD. Most countries don’t regulate the CBD industry at all, which means companies can lie about what kind of CBD is in their product, how much CBD is in their product, and whether or not there’s something else in their product besides CBD.

This is why you should always make sure that any CBD products you buy are tested by a third-party lab, and that you have access to those results. Third-party testing is a common practice by high-end CBD brands, and it’s the only way you can know for sure what is and is not in your CBD product.

TRICK or TREAT: CBD Helps with

Anxiety can be difficult to manage for many people. Some may have trouble getting access to healthcare to get prescriptions, while others may struggle to handle the side-effects of anti-anxiety medications like Zoloft or Prozac. Even medications for acute anxiety, like Xanax, are hard to use while you need to go about your normal day. 

So, can CBD help with anxiety?

CBD Helps with Anxiety: Treat

Treat! While the research into CBD is still pretty early, the research that we have strongly suggests that CBD can help to manage all kinds of anxiety disorders. A 2015 study suggests that CBD may be able to treat a wide range of anxiety disorders without harmful side-effects. 

Another 2019 study showed that 79% of participants reported lower anxiety in the first month of using CBD, and those positive results continued to be reported the months that the study was conducted. If you have anxiety problems, and you want to stop taking traditional anti-anxiety medications (or you can’t take them or don’t have access to them) CBD could be an option.

TRICK or TREAT: CBD Helps When You’ve Gotten Too High

If you have legal access to THC products, you may have experienced a situation when you’ve gotten “too high.” While this won’t create a medical emergency, it can still be an uncomfortable experience that lasts for hours. 

There’s several purported home remedies (like sucking on a lemon or chewing peppercorns), but several people have begun to say that CBD might be able to help, too. So, can CBD help when you’ve gotten too high?

CBD Helps When You’ve Gotten Too High: Treat

Treat! There’s some early research that suggests CBD can help you from getting too high and can soothe a high that is too strong. Since THC and CBD interact with your endocannabinoid receptors the same way, if CBD attaches first, it will block THC from attaching, so you won’t get as high or for as long. 

CBD can also help soothe the negative side-effects of THC, especially increasing anxiety or . As we’ve already mentioned CBD can help to reduce anxiety, so it can help to level out your high if you begin to feel stressed or panicked. 

Research into how THC and CBD interact is still early, but if you have legal access to THC and accidentally get too high, then CBD might be able to help!

TRICK or TREAT: CBD Can Be Absorbed Through Your Skin

Most people know that you can inhale or ingest CBD to get results, but there are several different kinds of products that are now available on the market.. There are CBD-infused bath bombs, lotions, and even patches, all claiming to be able to deliver CBD into the bloodstream. It’s natural to be skeptical about this claim, so can CBD be absorbed through your skin?

CBD Can Be Absorbed Through the Skin: Treat

Treat! CBD can be absorbed through the skin, but there’s a bit of nuance that customers should be aware of. Topical products, or products like creams that are placed on the skin, will not pass into your bloodstream. They can provide where they are placed (for example, rubbing a CBD lotion on sore muscles), but you won’t get the that you would from inhaling or ingesting. 

However, if you look at transdermal products, the story changes. Transdermal means that a substance passes through the skin into the bloodstream. Transdermal CBD products are usually patches (like the PhenoPatch), and they deliver CBD into your bloodstream like ingesting or inhaling. 

Transdermal CBD products have an enormous advantage in absorption. Since they stay on your skin for hours, and the CBD will completely bypass your digestive system, your body has the time to absorb the vast majority of the CBD present. For example, the PhenoPatch has 80% bioavailability, the highest of PhenoLife’s CBD products. 

CBD can be absorbed through the skin, but if you’re looking to get the same effects as ingesting or inhaling CBD, make sure you get transdermal CBD products, not topical.

TRICK or TREAT: CBD Is Addicting

There’s a lot of people that still don’t know much about CBD or cannabis, which can lead to some confusion about how CBD impacts the body. A common question (or belief) is that CBD is addicting, so let’s take a look! Is CBD addicting?

CBD Is Addicting: Trick!

There is no research to indicate that CBD is addicting. In fact, it’s possible that CBD may help resolve addiction to other harmful substances. Regardless, you can rest assured knowing that CBD is not addictive, nor is there currently evidence of harm due to long-term use.

Conclusion

There’s a lot to learn about CBD, and a lot of easy ways to get confused about what CBD does. To wrap up some our tricks and treats, we learned that CBD:

  • Doesn’t get you high
  • Exists in several forms and may vary in quality and purity from brand to brand
  • May help to manage anxiety
  • Might help soothe intense highs caused by THC
  • Can be absorbed through the skin via transdermal patches
  • Is not addicting

Choosing the right CBD product from a trustworthy brand is important. If you have questions about how to choose the right CBD product for you, then ask the experts at PhenoLife! We love answering questions from customers and making sure that they get a CBD solution that is a perfect fit for the health challenges they are facing. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

CBD Oil Effects On Mental Health And Anxiety Disorders

According to recent statistics, at least 40 million Americans have mental disorders, with 19.1% of the total population having anxiety disorders. Typically, females are more affected than males.

Adults who experience anxiety disorders can have mild, moderate, or severe . At least 43.5% experience mild anxiety disorders, 33.7%, and 22.8% experience moderate and severe anxiety disorders, respectively.

A least 36.4% of people diagnosed with anxiety disorders receive medical care. So, where does the rest of the population diagnosed with this manageable and treatable medical condition do?

So, if you can’t help but ask what are the of cannabidiol () oil on mental health and anxiety disorders?’ Then read on as we got you covered through this article. We will help you understand in depth what anxiety is. We will also provide you with a straightforward answer on whether CBD oil can effectively help in alleviating anxiety-related symptoms and disorders.

What is anxiety?

Anxiety can be viewed as a normal physiological process in which one’s body adjusts to stressful conditions. However, when these emotions keep recurring to the extent that it affects an individual’s daily activities and cause them to experience physical changes like increased blood pressure or sweating, then this individual is considered to be experiencing an anxiety disorder.

People experiencing anxiety disorders can experience bouts of panic, agoraphobia (irrational fear of being trapped in a place), specific phobias, social stress, post-traumatic stress, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and separation anxiety.

The telltale signs that you may be experiencing anxiety disorders include difficulty sleeping without an explanatory reason, intensified bouts of worrying, increased and irrational irritability, restlessness, and difficulty concentrating.

Is CBD oil effective in the treatment of anxiety disorders?

With the significant health impacts mental health disorders have on the general population, studies and research have been carried out to find an effective way of curbing these disorders. One method that’s yielding positive results in anxiety disorders is the use of CBD oil. A survey conducted in 2017 demonstrated that at least 41% of Cannabis users had substituted their prescription anxiety drugs with Cannabis.

And 40% confirmed that the use of CBD was more effective in alleviating symptoms caused by medical conditions such as anxiety disorders. It’s a known fact that the cost of medical treatment in the USA prompts many people who have anxiety to hesitate in seeking the proper anxiety treatment.

For instance, it may cost you around $100-$120 to fully benefit from cognitive-behavioral therapies in the USA. This means that for an average American citizen to afford a single therapy session, it will necessitate them to work several jobs. This consequentially means lack of enough sleep more stress on how to get the jobs. Which in turn intensify their anxiety symptoms. Healthcare insurers also don’t help make this situation better for people experiencing anxiety disorders, as they only cover specific medications and health services offered to their subscribers.

All these factors necessitate people experiencing anxiety disorders to use CBD oil for the alleviation of their symptoms rather than incur high costs of anxiety prescription drugs or cognitive therapies. When the use of CBD oil to anxiety was at its infancy, many health officials deemed it to be unsafe due to the THC active compound present in Cannabis that gives one the ‘high’ feeling once this therapeutic compound was consumed.

However, after extensive research, CBD has proven to be more therapeutically beneficial than most of us thought it could be 10 years ago. Many countries have resorted to tapping the medicinal properties CBD has to offer to patients.

This has seen CBD-based medications produced on large scales over the years. It’s even possible and legal in some states in America and other countries to get a license, which helps you gain access to buying CBD products from accredited and certified CBD vendors.

Can CBD effectively treat mental health disorders?

Yes, CBD can effectively treat mental health disorders. This affirmative answer was concluded after a clinical trial demonstrated positive results in treating mental health disorders by the use of CBD. Another which was published in the Permanente Journal, also showed that at least 79% of individuals who used CBD had their anxiety symptoms reduced significantly.

All these promising results have substantially influenced most health advocates on the possibility of CBD as an anti-anxiety remedy. It has not yet been established how CBD works to treat or manage anxiety, but given the substantial research and emphasis being put on CBD use, we are optimistic that soon we will have a complete understanding of the science behind this life-enhancing compound.

A 2019 Gallup poll revealed that at least 14% of Americans used CBD. And according to another poll, at least 37% of Americans use CBD to relieve their anxiety disorders symptoms. Advancements in how CBD is used have evolved over the past years.

People no longer consume it directly. Reputable CBD brands make CBD products in the form of tinctures, creams, oils, patches. This makes it easy and convenient for people to use when treating different ailments.

This medically significant compound has also shown positive results in treating many ailments such as Alzheimer’s, cancer, Parkinsonism, multiple sclerosis, and depression. CBD products can also provide relief to chronic pain caused by diseases such as arthritis and also aid in sleeping disorders. FDA has also officially recognized the use of CBD in the treatment of epilepsy.

Things to note about CBD use

Despite having no long-term risks associated with the use of CBD for mental health disorders, it’s to note that there is a need in more research needs to be conducted to determine any long-term side effects or complications that may be associated with continual and prolonged CBD use.

Rarely do people experience side effects associated with CBD use. And when they do, it’s usually caused by using CBD products that do not have the levels labeled on these products.

Before using any CBD product, please make sure that you first consult your doctor since there is a chance that when taken simultaneously with prescription mental drugs, there may be an unwanted reaction between the two.

CBD Oil for Panic Attacks: Can It Help Treating This Disorder?

The incidence of disorders in today’s society is disturbing. In recent years, the number of books on anxiety has increased by 25%, and the illness affects roughly 284 million individuals worldwide.

It is known that panic attacks occur due to a specific serotonin receptor in the ; however, these episodes can be caused by other factors as well. To completely control anxiety, doctors have been prescribing medications that only the illness’s symptoms.

This is where CBD oil for panic attacks may help those who suffer from this .

What do you need to know about Panic Attacks?

A panic attack is an intense feeling of fear and anxiety that causes one to have a hard time breathing, shaking the body, excessive sweating, and other unpleasant side effects. These attacks occur due to the brain sending signals which provoke fear responses even though there isn’t any danger at hand. The part of the brain that regulates such responses is called the amygdala, and it is responsible for sending signals that cause fear to take over.

In most cases, panic attacks are caused by a specific serotonin receptor in the brain known as 5-HT1A. It was found out that CBD oil for panic attacks works best when this receptor is activated.

Common Symptoms of Panic Attacks Include:

  • Feeling lightheaded, faint, or dizzy
  • Trouble breathing or hyperventilation
  • Choking sensation or smothering feeling
  • Chest pain or discomfort
  • Nausea or stomach distress
  • Headache, tingling in the body, shortness of breath, turning red or hot flush

Other Specific Symptoms of Panic Attacks include:

Agoraphobia is the fear of being in places or situations from which escape might be difficult. It is a type of anxiety disorder that has a greater effect on women than men.

Anticipatory anxiety is the future fear of situations or events that may be likely to happen; however, this is chronic and does not seem like anxiety at all in some individuals.

Phobic avoidance is the most common anxiety disorder characterized by an intense fear of situations or events that avoid them. A person suffering from phobic avoidance feels anxious for any cause, and it can lead to extreme changes in lifestyle.

What Causes Panic Disorder?

Doctors believe that both hereditary and environmental factors contribute to panic disorder. They claim that certain people could trigger the episodes by exposing the patient to stressful situations or provoking negative emotions.

Some of the primary causes of panic disorders include; withdrawal from certain drugs, stressful life events like the death of a loved one, and major changes in lifestyle such as moving to another country.

How does CBD Oil for Panic Attacks Works?

CBD oil for panic attacks is helpful because it can target the serotonin receptors responsible for sending signals that provoke fear. The substances present in CBD oil also help regulate stress hormones and neurotransmitters that cause feelings of anxiety and fear.

According to a report, CBD oil for panic attacks activates 5-HT1A receptors which promote parasympathetic responses in the body. These are normally induced during relaxation or meditation states. It also reduces the response of the brain’s hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis by decreasing the production of cortisol, a stress hormone that can trigger “fight or flight” responses.

In addition to this, CBD oil reduces the insula and anterior cingulate gyrus activity, which are brain regions associated with panic disorder. It also activates CB1 receptors, which provide a calming effect on both the mind and body and the release of histamines which trigger allergic responses.

How to Use CBD Oil for Panic Attacks?

CBD oil for panic attacks can be used in different ways. Using it as a suppository is highly recommended because this method allows the substance to target the part of the brain responsible for triggering fear and anxiety. The other methods include;

  • CBD capsules
  • CBD tincture
  • oil
  • CBD wax or dabs
  • CBD edibles or candies

Latest Studies on the Effects of CBD for Panic Attacks

A study published in the Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics examined the effects of CBD on anxiety and compared its effects and those caused by – THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). The participants were divided into three groups. One group was given normal saline, another group was given a 2 mg dose of CBD, and the last group was given a higher dose of 10 mg of CBD.

The results showed that anxiety levels were reduced in all the participants, but those who received the higher dose reported being less anxious than those given a placebo. They found no difference between the two cannabinoids on comparing it with THC.

Another study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology revealed that CBD oil for panic attacks helps reduce anxiety, cognitive impairment, and discomfort in public speaking. The study also concluded that CBD does not increase or decrease anxiety levels when given to people suffering from anxiety disorder with panic attacks.

How to Use CBD for Panic Attacks

CBD Oil for Panic Attacks

CBD oil for panic attacks is helpful because it can target the serotonin receptors responsible for sending signals that provoke fear. The substances present in CBD oil also help regulate stress hormones and neurotransmitters that cause feelings of anxiety and fear.

CBD Capsules for Panic Attacks

Cannabidiol capsules and edibles (e.g., gummies) are taken via the mouth. They must pass through the digestive system before being released into circulation. As a result, taking CBD capsules and edibles might take up to 90 minutes.

CBD Vape for Panic Attacks

Cannabidiol vape oil can be used in a vaporizer. They are absorbed faster than CBD capsules and edibles, so they take effect sooner.

CBD Dosage for Panic Attacks

CBD oil dosage varies depending on the individual and their needs. Always consult your physician or a medical professional before trying CBD for the first time.

Here are some general guidelines:

  • CBD oil is preferable for treating anxiety, panic attacks, and other similar conditions.
  • The dosage of CBD vape oil starts from around 40 to 80 mg per day. However, it would be best to start with the smallest possible amount to assess how much your body can tolerate.
  • Capsules are usually available in 10 or 25 mg, and you can start with one or two capsules after breakfast.
  • CBD edibles such as candies, gummies, and other products are usually available in 5 to 20 mg dosage. It is advisable to start with a small amount of the edible and then increase the dosage if necessary.

CBD VS. Traditional Medicine for Panic Attacks

CBD oil for panic attacks is not a sedative and does not cause drowsiness. Unlike the traditional antidepressants, it does not interfere with your daily activities such as driving or working. Also, CBD oil does not have side effects usually associated with most common anti-anxiety medications. However, some users have reported mild side effects such as dry mouth or diarrhea.

Which Substances should you Avoid during Panic Attacks?

A panic attack is the result of an excessive release of stress hormones. These substances are released by your body to prepare itself for a “fight or flight” response, which you may have noticed during intense physical activity.

However, these hormones can be harmful when secreted in excess, so it is advisable to avoid caffeine, , and other stimulatory substances such as nicotine.

Conclusion

CBD oil for panic attacks is effective and has shown positive results in reducing the intensity of anxiety and discomfort caused by this disorder. The potential side effects are mild, and CBD edibles like candies, gummies, and other products can be taken regularly without causing any problems.

Although CBD oil might not work for everyone, it can help treat panic attacks. The results vary depending on the person and the dosage used. Consult your physician before trying this method to understand which form is right for you.

Treating Anxiety with CBD Oil

Treating with oil is becoming increasingly popular among anxious in the United States. Some people use CBD oil as a way to alleviate their daily anxieties and stresses. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is one of the more serious illnesses for which it is used.

The plant contains cannabidiol as one of its constituent compounds. As more states legalize marijuana, its availability is increasing. Cannabidiol differs from in several ways (THC). This additional molecule causes euphoria. Treating anxiety with CBD oil does not have this effect because it does not contain THC.

An increasing number of companies are producing CBD oil-based supplements, salves, and more. These products are frequently promoted as natural cures for a variety of ailments, including anxiety and pain. This page explains why people are treating anxiety with CBD oil, as well as the possible adverse . Additionally, it provides an overview of some of the exciting research that has already taken place.

Uses

At least 18% of American people age 18 and older have some form of an anxiety condition, according to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America (ADAA).

 Only 37% of people seek treatment for these diseases, despite the ADAA’s claim that they are very durable. Psychotherapy, medicine, or a mix of the two are all viable treatment choices. Treating anxiety with CBD oil is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to more conventional treatments.

In a Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research survey, 62% of cannabidiol users said they use CBD to alleviate pain, anxiety, and sadness. They’re essentially taking a risk. Anxiety and other diseases may benefit from further study of CBD oil, scientists suggest.

In-Depth Examinations

Animal and laboratory research has so far yielded much of the evidence supporting treating anxiety with CBD’s ability to reduce anxiety. It does, however, appear to have some potential. If you’re suffering from generalized anxiety, panic attacks, anxiety, OCD, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), CBD oil may be able to help.

Research on Social Anxiety

There is some evidence that treating anxiety with CBD oil may aid with social anxiety, according to a small study published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology. The ADAA describes social anxiety disorder as extreme anxiety or dread of being judged, adversely assessed, or rejected in a social or performance context.

As many as 7% of the population suffers from social anxiety at some point in their lives. Men and women alike are affected by the condition. As part of the study, 24 patients with social anxiety disorder were given either 600 mg of CBD or a placebo 90 minutes before they were required to speak in front of a group of strangers.

With no CBD medication, 12 persons with social anxiety disorder took the same test. Treating anxiety with CBD pre-treatment dramatically decreased participants’ anxiety, cognitive impairment, and discomfort when they delivered their speeches, according to the study’s findings.

Dose-Response Analysis

Scientifically known as a dose-response curve, CBD’s effectiveness to ease anxiety may be dependent on how much it is consumed. The link between dose size and response is depicted graphically by the curve. The curvature also has a bell-like form.

For the first time, researchers have found a link between the use of cannabis and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. indicates the anxiety-reducing effects of CBD increase in direct proportion to the CBD .

Before a test of public speaking, subjects received CBD in various quantities from the researchers. A 300 mg dose of treating anxiety with CBD oil reduced subjective anxiety, according to the researchers. Both the 100 and 900 mg doses of CBD did not cause this decline. You may make a bell out of this result by graphing it on paper with 100 and 900 on either end. Because of this, the pharmacological concept’s name takes on a concrete form.

A Study of the Paranoid Personality Trait

However, it does not appear that treating anxiety with CBD oil eases paranoia. People with strong paranoid tendencies were studied in a study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology. CBD did not affect anxiety, heart rate, or cortisol levels, according to this study. The fight or flight hormone, cortisol, is responsible for the body’s response to stress.

As with systolic blood pressure, treating anxiety with CBD oil did not affect it, and neither did it affect persecutory ideation. Anxiety that someone is injuring you or will in the future is the underlying cause of this feeling.

Healthy Participants’ Anxiety in a Research Study

According to a study published in the journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, cannabidiol does not appear to alleviate anxiety in healthy . Researchers came to this conclusion after examining how oral CBD affected individuals’ reactions to unpleasant images, statements, and menacing faces.

Safety

It is possible that using CBD oil will result in a variety of unwanted side effects. Ironically, anxiousness can be one of these negative effects.

Other possibilities are:

  • ·Anxiety-induced drooling
  • ·Diabetic hypotension
  • ·Nausea
  • ·Vomiting
  • ·Changes in one’s appetite.
  • ·An ever-changing state of mind
  • ·Diarrhea
  • ·Dizziness
  • ·Drowsiness

The heart rate increases somewhat at 900 mg of cannabidiol. CBD oil may also raise levels of liver enzymes, according to certain studies. This is a sign of liver disease and should be taken seriously.

Recognizing and Defining Inaccuracy

Because it is mostly unregulated, treating anxiety with CBD oil labels may be erroneous, and this should be made clear to customers. However, according to a JAMA study, approximately 70 percent of all CBD drugs offered online have been incorrectly identified. In addition, a few of the items had enough THC to elicit symptoms such as an elevated heart rate, making them potentially dangerous. 10 CBD products can exacerbate anxiety in this way.

what is CBD oil

To put it another way, CBD is a cannabinoid, which means it affects the entire body, including areas of the brain. Treating anxiety with CBD oil is gaining in popularity as a health supplement for this reason. Cannabis-derived tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is what gives marijuana its euphoric high, while hemp-derived CBD appears to be devoid of that effect, and some researchers believe it has the potential to be beneficial for health and well-being. Bioavailability is improved by diluting the cannabis extract with an oil, such as olive or coconut.

Summary

Anxiety is a common complaint among those who use CBD oil. Some types of anxiety disorders may benefit from it, but not others, according to the research. And there’s a good chance that there will be a wide range of negative consequences. If you’re unsure about whether or not CBD oil is right for you, talk to your doctor first. Even if your doctor is unable to recommend a specific brand, he or she may be able to alert you to a potentially dangerous brand.

A Few Words from Verywell

Consult your doctor right away if you’re suffering symptoms like restlessness, difficulty concentrating, irritation, muscle tightness, exhaustion, and an inability to regulate your worry. Working together, you can find the best anxiety treatment approach. Anxiety disorders can harm your quality of life if left untreated.

 As a side effect, it might cause problems with the digestive system. Consider consulting with your doctor to see whether CBD oil will help you cope with your anxiety instead of self-medicating. A doctor is the best person to tell you how much medication you should take.

Everything You Need To Know About Using CBD For Anxiety

(Cannabidiol) is a natural chemical compound found in the Cannabis Sativa plant. The Cannabis plant contains hundreds of these compounds, the most famous being CBD and THC, tetrahydrocannabinol which creates the ‘high’ associated with weed. CBD and THC attach to specialized receptors in the brain to stimulate the natural endocannabinoid system, which helps maintain homeostasis in the body and provides a plethora of health benefits. 

CBD provides positive pharmacological benefits without any unwanted psychogenic , making it a great choice to treat chronic illness, anxiety, and other health conditions. CBD reduces the inflammatory response by acting on enzymes which trigger inflammation in the body. Additionally, CBD attaches to serotonin specific receptors which regulate behaviors associated with anxiety and fear. There is clinical evidence that CBD can help prevent and treat generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety disorder and post traumatic stress disorder.Anxiety is one of the most relevant mental conditions today, with over 30% of American being diagnosed with anxiety or anxiety disorders.

As Cannabis is being legalized in many states, many scientific studies are being done to discover the efficacy of CBD and cannabis in treating a wide variety of conditions.A 2020 literature review confirmed CBD to decrease seizures in individuals with Dravet’s syndrome, a form of epilepsy that is largely resistant to drug treatments. A group of New Zealand patients given CBD for cancer related , neurological and mental health disorders reported significant improvements in their quality of life, pain levels and ability to perform day to day activities within just three weeks of trying CBD. 70% of participants felt satisfied to some degree with their regimen and less than 10% experienced side effects like sedation or dreams. 

Another study evaluated effects of CBD treatment in a group of adults with anxiety and problems. Most participants were given a single 25 mg capsule of CBD per day, with a minority receiving higher doses. Within two months of treatment, almost 80% noticed improvements in their symptoms with the remaining 15-20% experiencing negative side effects or worsening of the condition.

How do we know what dosage to take? Researchers suggest anywhere between 300-600 mg of CBD is effective to reduce anxiety, depending on individual factors, the specific product used and its method of administration. In extreme cases, up to 1500 mg/day could be tolerated but there is not enough data on the long term safety of CBD, especially when received at high concentrations. The significant variation in the dosage of CBD administered to participants in these studies highlights the need for larger scale, controlled clinical trials to determine better guidelines and standardized dosing for use of CBD as a complementary or stand-alone treatment. The most pronounced side effects caused by CBD include appetite changes, weight loss, drowsiness and diarrhea. 

CBD is available in various formats such as oil, capsules, gummies or edible cannabis , oral spray and vape. How quickly the CBD enters  the bloodstream and takes effect will depend on the method of administration. CBD taken orally begins to work within 30 minutes to two hours. It takes time to pass through the digestive system but typically lasts longer. Vaping or edible buds provide immediate but shorter lasting effects.  Oral products are best taken daily at a set time such as in the morning, with food but can be taken throughout the day to relieve symptoms of anxiety. Smoking or vaping is fast acting and can provide quick relief prior to high stress situations like public speaking or travel.

The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) does not currently regulate CBD as a treatment for anxiety mental health disorders. It is imperative to speak with your healthcare provider prior to using CBD and discuss any other medications and supplements you are currently taking. Buy products from well known distributors, learn how to read product labels and opt for brands who undergo clinical laboratory . A plethora of research indicates that with supervision, CBD can be used alone or as part of a broader treatment plan to manage, prevent and alleviate anxiety.

Nature in Treating Anxiety

In the United States, anxiety disorders are the most frequent mental illnesses, affecting an estimated 40 million adults over the age of 18 each year, or 18.1 percent of the total population. Anxiety disorders, which are widely accepted as highly curable, are only received by roughly 37% of those who suffer from them. Misdiagnosis, lack of access to health care, or antipathy to standard therapies may be to blame for this.

As anxiety problems become more prevalent, researchers, doctors, and patients alike are becoming increasingly interested in the medical use of cannabis to treat them. Anxiety has risen to the top of the list of permitted disorders as more states allow medicinal cannabis and other jurisdictions reexamine their medical usage policies.

That was made feasible by research into the endo cannabinoid system () and its function in homeostasis. Cannabis is being used by professionals as a first-line and adjuvant therapy in the treatment of anxiety in patients with varying degrees of efficacy, even though no specific dosage or timing guidelines exist.

Anxiety

It is both a physiological and emotional response to perceived threats. Anxiety is defined by a wide range of emotions and bodily responses, ranging from a racing heart to frantically fleeing from the source of the threat. For anxiety to be categorized as pathological, the emotional response must be excessive in terms of duration, frequency, or intensity.

A condition defined by excessive worry and emotions of fear, dread, and uneasiness that lasts six months or more,” begins the ICD-10 definition of a generalized anxiety (code F41.1). 3 People who have anxiety will tell you it’s not as simple as just a pill.

For some people, anxiolytic symptoms are episodic while for others, they might be long-term. anxiety can cause physical symptoms like abdominal pain and headaches, and emotional reactions like being unable to get out of bed or limiting social interactions if left untreated.

Symptoms of anxiety

Phenomenons such as GAD and panic disorder can be classified into several diagnostic groups: SAD, SAD, specific phobias, PTSD, OCD, MDD, and persistent mood disorders. Major depressive disorders can also be classified into these diagnostic groups. It ’t matter what the diagnosis is; regardless of the severity and duration of the mental and physical symptoms, they are all the same.

Anatomy of Nerves: Neurotransmitters such as adrenaline and cortisol are released by the brain when it senses a threat, no matter how little. Constant exposure to these substances may create anxiety, difficulties concentrating, and even panic attacks in those who are already prone to these symptoms. Anxiety-induced weight gain, depression, and suicide are all possible side effects of chronic exposure to these hormones and neurotransmitters in the body and brain.

Inhalation and exhalation: During a manic episode, rapid, shallow breathing can be caused by the release of hormones in the body.

The cardiovascular system: Anxiety can cause heart palpitations, which can feel like a throbbing sensation in the chest. They are most commonly connected with panic episodes, but they can also occur with anxiety in general. Anxiety can cause a rise in blood pressure. Hypertension can develop if the condition is not addressed.

The body’s defense system: When stress hormones are released into the body regularly, the system is weakened, increasing the risk of bacterial and viral infections and resulting in more illnesses.

Anxiety Disorders and their Treatment

Anxiety, if left untreated, can cause major problems in one’s day-to-day activities, such as difficulty concentrating, completing daily duties, and forming or maintaining intimate connections. Anxiety can make it difficult for some people to leave the house or even get out of bed. It has been related to more serious problems like depression, suicide, and misuse as well as a physical illness if it is not addressed.

Anxiety disorders can be treated using a variety of approaches, each tailored to the patient’s specific symptoms and degree of severity. Medicine (covered in detail below), therapy, complementary and alternative medicine, and transcranial magnetic stimulation are the most common techniques that have been shown successful (TMS).

Antidepressants and antianxiety medicines are often prescribed in conjunction with therapy or other supportive treatment for anxiety disorders. A treatment strategy should take into account all available options, including the use of cannabis.

Therapy

It is the most frequent and effective form of anxiety therapy, which focuses on identifying and modifying one’s thinking and behavioral patterns. Anxiety-controlling ability can only be learned through active participation by the patient in therapy. In the past, patients could only communicate with their therapists in person, but now, thanks to technological improvements, they may do so over the phone, video call, or even text messaging.

TMS

When medicine and other treatments have failed to alleviate the symptoms of depression, TMS may be a safe, effective, and non-invasive alternative. Electromagnetic coils that send pulses through the scalp create a magnetic field that induces a tiny electric current in a specific area of the brain. Treatment using TMS has FDA approval.

Medication for treatment for anxiety

The use of anti-anxiety drugs for short- or long-term treatment of anxiety disorders can be done on its own or in conjunction with other approaches. Finding the drug that best treats the symptoms of a patient usually needs the patient’s patience and time.

One in six Americans, according to the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey from 2009 to 2010, takes an antidepressant or sedative medication. Using these medications, we may be able to learn more about how cannabis impacts our neural system. Anti-anxiety medications can be divided into four main types.

Selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are antidepressants that prevent some brain nerve cells from reabsorbing serotonin (citalopram, escitalopram, fluoxetine, paroxetine, and sertraline). Both venlafaxine and duloxetine (SNRIs) have a dual mode of action, which is an antidepressant. Serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake into brain cells is their main goal of theirs.

One of the most used medications for treating anxiety is benzodiazepines, which include lorazepam, alprazolam, clonazepam, and diazepam. Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GAB) is a neurotransmitter that has been shown to have anxiolytic (de-anxiety) properties. It has been found that three of the earliest antidepressant medications-amitriptyline, imipramine, and nortriptyline-increase norepinephrine and serotonin levels and block acetylcholine’s function.

Anxiety and the ECS

To keep things stable, no matter how much the external world changes, the ECS does a variety of things. Numerous biological processes, cognitive processes, and stress reactions, including anxiety, are influenced by the extracellular matrix (ECS). Antagonisms of the CB1 receptor and inhibitors of AEA hydrolysis both boost serotonin-producing neurons’ firing rates. It has an anxiolytic-like effect when serotonin neurotransmission is increased.

CBD has been demonstrated to reduce the activity of the enzyme that breaks down AEA, resulting in higher levels of AEA and increased serotonin activity, both of which have anxiolytic-like effects. The release of norepinephrine is stimulated by ’s effect on cannabis receptors. With the addition of CBD and THC, an SNRI-like effect can be achieved.

Cannabis’ Biphasic Nature in Treating Anxiety

Anxiety is a typical side effect of medical cannabis use, and panic episodes of paranoia have been observed following high amounts of THC ingestion. Many patients use medicinal cannabis to relax, but anxiety is also a prevalent adverse consequence.

No wonder cannabis has both anxiogenic and anxiolytic properties when considering the role of the ECS in regulating a patient’s response to stimuli. Generally, modest doses have anxiolytic-like effects, but high doses have the opposite effect.

CBD Oil to Treat Anxiety Disorders

As a non-intoxicating cannabinoid with the potential to treat a wide range of symptoms and illnesses, Cannabis oil has recently claimed attracted considerable attention. Anxiety is the most common of these. When asked why they wanted to try CBD oil, more than 2,000 Americans said it helped with relaxation, anxiety, and sleep.

Symptoms of social anxiety in patients with SAD were reduced in a small 2011 research that used cannabis. Participants’ brain scans revealed alterations in blood flow to brain areas connected to anxiety. Participants in this felt better, and their brains reacted differently to worry as a result.

Cannabis oil has the potential to treat a wide range of anxiety disorders, including GAD. To be clear, the majority of the study to date has focused on the effects of acute CBD delivery, therefore further research into the long-term effects of chronic calming cannabis dose is needed before any form of clinical advice is made.

Conclusion

If you’re a health care practitioner, you must understand the basics of cannabis to confidently and effectively respond to patient questions. To avoid this, patients will seek advice and affirmation from others in their social circles as well as the internet and their local marijuana dispensary. When used as part of a customized treatment strategy, cannabis can be an effective first- or second-line treatment.

Best CBD Flower for Anxiety

Most people in the United States face a significant mental illness problem. The figures approximate 1 out of 5 American experiencing this problem. However, 1 out of the three people that share this problem opts for treatments. This means that more than 25 million Americans are suffering from this problem, and they try dealing with their effects all by themselves.

People who experience anxiety disorders usually find it challenging to handle even the smallest and easiest tasks in their life. These tasks include contacting a doctor for an appointment or attending their friends’ party. People dealing with view this as something terrifying and impossible in one way or another.

Those who go to the extent of seeking treatment usually receive some prescribed medication. These prescribed medications are well known to help those dealing with anxiety; however, it does not apply to everyone. are some specific factors when it comes to such kind of medication. First, those who use tend to depend on them, making it harder to quit excessively. Secondly, it has some weird side effects associated with this medication. In most cases, the side effects outdo the benefits, making people stop using them. Some people find it challenging to curb anxiety using the prescribed medication, and they opt for other methods such as CBD to curb this problem.

Symptoms of Anxiety

Some common symptoms are associated with anxiety. This part is beneficial because some people could face this problem but have never realized it. It would be best if you kept in mind that everyone experiences anxiety at one point in their life. Anxiety is a disorder that usually happens to your body when in a dangerous situation. This can make you feel discomfort, making it beneficial sometimes. For example, when a student needs to score their exam well, the student can be anxious therefore getting to harder to get the best score. Most scientists call this normal anxiety.

Most people face significant problems with anxiety being on their top list. Anxiety symptoms are not temporary for such people, and they quickly feel it. The signs we have listed below are well known to cause adverse effects that directly impact our day-to-day activities such as relationships and work. If you are experiencing chronic anxiety, here are some symptoms that you will experience.

  • Frequent panicking
  • Inconsistent fears
  • Nervousness
  • Unable to relax
  • Restlessness
  • Too much worrying
  • Being irritable
  • Staying awake at night
  • Harder to concentrate
  • Increased heart rate.

How do CBD flowers help to curb anxiety?

CBD flower is well known to possess a wide range of medicinal properties. Several researchers have conducted a wide range of studies to know the usefulness of the properties. They discovered that CBD flowers have beneficial therapeutic effects on different people with different types of anxiety. Let’s now look at how CBD flower helps curb the symptoms of anxiety.

CBD & SAD (Social Anxiety Disorder)

There was a study where the researcher used neuroimaging to understand how CBD impacts the brain’s functioning of those patients who are suffering from SAD. These researchers had to conduct a parametric mapping before and after administering CBD. They found out there were some changes afterward. There was a change in the regional cerebral blood flow of the limbic and paralimbic areas-these areas where you can quickly feel fear, anxiety, stress, , and many more. Therefore, the study concluded that CBD flower is very effective in reducing anxiety levels in SAD. Additionally, it helps to improve the state of well-being of the user.

Anxiety through public speaking

Several people experience anxiety each time they need to speed publicly. Researchers conducted a study on stress through public speaking-the users submitted to Simulated Public Speaking (SPS) test, which was then administered with CBD. Researchers came up with a significant benefit of CBD flower since it helped anxiety levels. This indicates how the CBD flower possesses anxiety-reducing properties.

Anxiety and sleep

There was a recent study that was conducted back in 2019. This was to explore how CBD can help deal with anxiety and sleep. This research found that about 79% of the participants experienced decreased pressure within their first month of using it. Furthermore, it also showed that about 69% of the users experienced an increase in sleep score within their first month. All in all, this study indicates how CBD is beneficial in curbing anxiety while increasing your sleep score.

Stress-led Anxiety

According to several studies, researchers have concluded that stress plays a significant role in causing anxiety disorders. This means that prolonged stress can lead to chronic anxiety levels. Moreover, this study also discovered that you could administer CBD to treat chronic stress, which will, in turn, decrease anxiety symptoms and curb any unpredictable stress.

How to consume CBD Flower in the best manner?

There are different ways of consuming CBD flowers; however, some methods are far better than others. This includes.

If you are looking for one of the easiest ways to consume CBD, you can opt to smoke. This is the most common method used by the participants. There are several ways of smoking CBD hemp flower. You can decide to roll the CBD flowers in paper to come up. With a CBD joint. Here, you can smoke; you can easily smoke it through units such as a glass pipe or bong or bowl. What’s so attractive about this method is that you will experience its effects within the shortest time possible.

Vaping

Vaping is not a standard method if you compare it with smoking. However, most people are now opting for this method as time goes by. Each time you need to vape a CBD flower, you need a specific device known as a dry herb vaporizer. You will find that most of the dry herb vaporizers operate using batteries; however, there is a battery-free dry herb vaporizer. This keeps you wondering how this unit works. First, you have to put a smaller CBD flower in the device. The device gets heated until it is hot enough to release a vapor that you can quickly inhale. Most studies have indicated that this method is safer than other traditional methods. This is because you are burning the flower directly to produce tar or carcinogens.

For those wanting to vape medicinal elements of and hemp, it’s worth looking out for CBD products that are made from 100% pure hemp . Avoid using nicotine, tobacco, or any delivery method that includes a burning process. Look out for any additives in your extract to make sure you’re getting the best CBD without any unwanted short or long-term effects.

Infusing with oil

The last method of consuming CBD flowers is by infusing them with oil. It is a complex method, and most people do not use it. There are some steps that you need to follow for better effects. After infusing the CBD with oil, it becomes edible; thus, you can put it under your tongue.

CBD For Anxiety – How to Use It To Help Reduce Anxiety and Improve Life

Anxiety-prone people often feel like they can’t do anything right. They feel overwhelmed, helpless, and hopeless. But that’s not the case at all. are ways to manage anxiety without using drugs or surgery. CBD is one of the most treatments for anxiety. It has been shown to help reduce anxiety symptoms in many people, including those with , social phobia, obsessive-compulsive , and Agoraphobia. CBD also helps promote relaxation and a sense of well-being.

How does CBD work for anxiety and stress?

When it comes to the medicinal benefits of CBD, most people think mainly of the calming effects it offers. And that is because, in many cases, it does help people relax and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. But CBD also has known medicinal benefits for many issues.

Stress and anxiety are among the most widespread mental disorders in modern society. When it comes to how best to deal with anxiety, there are a few things we can all do:

CBD for anxiety can be used as a short-term treatment for certain of anxiety, such as panic attacks or social phobia. Suppose you use CBD oil with a mode of ingestion that stays low in concentration, such as via Sublingual spray or dissolvable micro-doses. In that case, you can ease your symptoms whenever you want to get without any side effects at all. Anxiety has become an epidemic disease in recent years because we have become distracted by every other kind of ailment these days-but it really shouldn’t have been that way. It only took a tiny piece away from our identity. Our minds without affecting anything else significant in life while making people appear to get helped yet hurts those physically over time who go through it later on down their lives once they mature even more when they are at rest after a hard day’s work due to people dealing with more profound insidious illnesses like schizophrenia which takes over everyone’s life sooner or later regardless if quickly exposed after cars being rear-ended are killed because those drivers were suffering systemically many suffer it that go through any means of treatment accepted including hospital wards in where they were treated over the last two decades. Fear needs not just resources but must be synthesized for its general guidelines as much as it does for other conditions that can be very contagious in a short time after being infected with HIV unless resisted by natural remedies despite recreational use, which may not always be in public consciousness during viral warnings from physicians.

How does CBD make you feel calmer?

When used to deal with a manageable condition such as anxiety, CBD make you feel calmer at the beginning and help reduce stress over time. CBD is the only one of hundreds of small molecules with significant therapeutic effects on human physiology. So many people have tried CBD to help their muscle tension, anxiety, or depression when there’s no need for it in a struggle against illnesses. In some cases, the effects are contradictory: anxiety suggested on paper seems to assist in relieving any tension related to when CBD was used in its non-therapeutic format. Whereas chronic* use of a hefty dose of amphetamine over months remained dependent on the uptake of dopamine and another neurotransmitter such as norepinephrine, among many others, CBD has none that intertwine with each other. Thus behavioral, mood and general mood outlook can underpin so much more than it doesn’t produce or sometimes enhances anxiety or depression for all genders and ages.

How quickly does CBD work?

Using CBD to treat anxiety or hallucination that was affecting you and how another person was involved feelings may have reduced in a short time. Afterward, the reappearance of symptoms might have happened because the patient had just used it again for three weeks. On the other hand, this neglectful behavior could trigger full relapse within 30 days and with the same strength reduction from 5-25% depending on patient susceptibility. This represents a significant effect that seems to persist even when the use of low doses like 5mg/kg save from overload of 5mg/kg ibuprofen for trauma reduction, which dulls dementia type illnesses which quickly deteriorate performance setting up emphasis on replacing mild deficiency rather than for administering build up. Several patients described how they had recovered their coordination. They needed fewer medications but at lower strengths than previously used since having made a two-week detox period beforehand (see above).

Does CBD help anxiety?

CBD has been compared to the typical benzodiazepines anxiety treatment because the main compounds with sedative activity like diazepam (Valium), lorazepam, and midazolam are switched off. However, if you joke, you can have both CBD and conventional anxiolytics simultaneously for a patch that makes more sense as then direct effects become less monotonous as there’s a guided approach. Panic Anxiety Management

People describe how they use CBD to help reduce their fear under any circumstances to get back to feeling less stressed or notice some side benefits. It could be beneficial in lowering hyperventilation, panic attacks, or calm anxiety. It is almost like a steroid without the harmful side effects of typical prescription medications. It can sometimes make you feel agitated, over-drugged, or unsteady with no side effect of snoring. Some main psychoactive class Benzodiazepines have an isolating effect that interferes with the negative symptoms. Fast-acting CBD has no such helping you relax and help control agitation by using the GABA receptors to reduce stress. However, more channels are still needed for full clinical benefit as it may need increased frequent administration for improved effect over time versus short-term use. There is publication in clinical literature to use modest doses at a more significant time frame over a more extended period than has been mooted by some individuals who think you could fix your anxiety in under a week through these scammers make limited local consultation it into 15 minutes deter those people from picking up treatment because they probably have an amplified cry high disability in symptoms maybe chronic pain so their personal story is disallowed by public opinion yet personal experience would be preferable for sure.

Conclusion

Cannabidiol has a few challenges, significantly as a therapeutic addiction treatment for people without a previous background, typically anti-anxiety agents; hence doses must be adjusted to those individuals. Unlike some pharmaceutical anxiolytics, CBD has an actual anxiety treatment without the added side effects and restrictions caused by tranquilizers. It is no wonder with all the limitations in medical treatment when you don’t have suitable drug treatments available to you or are interested in caring for yourself.

CBD For Anxiety: Is Inhaling The Best Delivery Method?

For anxiety sufferers, life’s no picnic. When the and daunted feelings set in, it’s almost impossible for those people to continue with their day in a meaningful or pleasant way. That’s why for anxiety is an increasingly popular solution. 

A visit to the doctor when this anxiety rears its head will usually result in some form of tranquilizer or mood stabilizer. While these medications work well for some people, they are addictive, toxic in high doses and can bring some nasty side effects. That’s why so many people are turning to alternative solutions for treating their anxiety, and CBD is one such solution.

The hemp plant is known to contain a variety of active compounds and chemicals that have been used medicinally across many cultures for millennia. These compounds, of which CBD is one, work in tandem with the inside humans to bring the body to a state of homeostasis or “perfect balance.”

When systems like the ECS are out of whack this can lead to anxiety as well as restlessness, lack of appetite and insomnia, among numerous other issues. According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 264 million people globally live with anxiety regularly. For anxious people, even just an unexpected phone call can lead to a panic attack. CBD can be introduced rapidly into the system to deal with anxiety when it enters the blood system via the lungs.

Different of CBD

CBD comes in many different shapes and sizes, so to speak. CBD oil tinctures are taken orally or sublingually. CBD softgels and capsules are ingested. While juice (E-liquid) is an excellent choice for people needing fast-acting and potent relief from conditions like anxiety. There are also different types of CBD which offer various effects depending on several factors. CBD Isolate is 100% pure CBD with no additives. Full-spectrum CBD is CBD along with other cannabinoids including (which could be above the legal 0.3% mark but usually in low amounts) and terpenes. Broad-spectrum CBD is the same as Full-Spectrum CBD, although the THC level is less than 0.3% guaranteed.

The Best CBD for Anxiety

Many people want to control or at least manage their anxiety safely and naturally. If their doctor offered them that option, in many cases, they would take it. However, hemp (and therefore CBD) has been prohibited across most parts of the world since the 1930s and therefore has a stigma attached to it. That stigma mainly surrounds THC, the compound in cannabis that makes you “high or stoned,” and not to CBD. CBD stands for cannabidiol and is known to be a non-psychoactive compound which has therapeutic and even medicinal value for humans (and animals for that matter).

The issue with orally administered CBD, such as CBD edibles or CBD oil, is that it takes up to two hours for the full effects to be felt. This is mainly due to the long and arduous journey the compound needs to take through the stomach and digestive system before it enters the bloodstream. When you vaporize CBD in a device like the PhenoPen, the active compounds and terpenes enter the bloodstream instantly via the lungs. The full effects also peak after just a few minutes and are well-rounded and long-lasting, if taken in the right amount and concentration.

What Makes PhenoPen Different?

Many CBD vaping products on the market look attractive and are sold in well-branded packaging. However, when you take a closer look at the CBD concentration in the bottle, it’s often low. For example, a standard bottle of premium contains around 150mg of CBD and other cannabinoids and terpenes. But that’s contained in 30ml of E-liquid. That means you would need to vaporize the whole bottle to get 150mg of CBD into your system. The PhenoPen, on the other hand, contains the same 150mg of CBD and terpenes but it’s contained inside a 0.5ml capsule. You can do the math for yourself, suffice it to say that the effects from the PhenoPen, especially when it comes to anxiety, are second-to-none and superior to many other vaping systems.

The PhenoPen offers real relief from real for many people around the world. The device itself is sleek and robust and is the perfect vape pen for beginners or those new to vaping. PhenoPen is also portable and fits neatly into a shirt pocket or handbag. PhenoPen is also one of the most cost-effective ways to vape CBD due to the unusually high CBD and terpene concentration in each cartridge. When you consider that each PhenoPen cartridge contains the equivalent of roughly 1 ounce (28 grams) of CBD , the device is also a no-brainer when it comes to vaping great quality CBD economically.

You can find more information about PhenoPen’s proprietary CBD extract at www.phenopen.com.

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