Many patients looking into cannabidiol (CBD) want to know if it is right for them and while CBD has shown in multiple studies to have therapeutic benefits. It is not a miracle cure and should not be treated as such. There have been many small scale studies that show how CBD can help improve many physical and psychological disorders.
CBD has been shown to improve pain relief and help with pain management. It is often used as topical analgesic. It can also be used as relaxant to promote better sleep. Additionally, CBD is known to help with stress, anxiety, and depression. As well as helping to improve the lives of patients with psychological disorders like autism or ADD. On the neurological side it has shown signs of helping slowing down the progression of Parkinson’s Disease and cancer in rats.
To begin using it is best to start with small doses of 10mg that are increased until the desired effect is reached. These doses are recommended to be done once during the day and once at night. There multiple ways to use cannabidiol depending on your needs and preferences. The four main ways of using cannabidiol are tinctures, vaporizers, orally, and topically.
Tinctures are some of the most common forms of using cannabidiol. It is taken by using a dropper and placing the product under your tongue, then leaving it for a minute or two and swallowing.