Note that CBD may help certain temporary conditions and also chronic ones as well. A good example is those who have arthritis and cancer. Here, it may help to relieve the pain associated with arthritis and nausea from chemotherapy.
The key thing to keep in mind when you want CBD to work for you is figuring out the dose your body best reacts to. There is a method of figuring it out with precision that includes some of the factors mentioned.
Potential Benefits Of CBD
Another thing to keep in mind is that consuming an excessive amount of CBD can cause diarrhea. Thus, once you know your ideal dosage, keep it constant and stick by it.
Lastly, if your stomach upsets keep happening with almost every other CBD product you try, contact your physician. They will make a thorough diagnostic to determine whether it’s something else related to diet or illness than the CBD itself.
Due to those effects, it is essential to look at what kind of CBD oil you are using if you are experiencing stomach issues. This is one common problem with most health supplements. The ingredients’ quality and source determine the kind of side effects they will give you.
Most people are familiar with the relaxing effects of CBD, and these are due to the down regulation of the HPA axis at times of stress (think of this as our bodies becoming more resilient and less reactive to stressful situations). CBD specifically reduces our production of cortisol (the stress hormone secreted by our adrenal glands). It has also been shown to reduce anxiety and panic attacks. Additionally, it confers huge antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This is one of the reasons I love to use it with my gut health clients.
CBD has been shown to modulate both acute and systemic inflammation. It does this by preventing the production of cytokines and interleukins (the proteins that signal to our immune system to set off an inflammatory response), resulting in therapeutic benefits for those suffering with IBS, colitis, gas, bloating and damage to the gut lining.
CBD Oil for Digestive Issues and Gut Health
I typically take my Beam sublingually (placing 1 serving underneath my tongue), holding it there for about a minute, swallowing, then chasing it with a glass of water. There are numerous capillaries under the tongue which means the active ingredients are absorbed straight into the bloodstream, and do not have to go through a possibly compromised GI system, which would negate a lot of the positive benefits of taking CBD. Beam’s mint flavor is perfect for sublingual use.
If you have eaten something that is causing cramps and bloating, or are having stress-related symptoms then try 1 serving of Beam CBD Oil to help ease your symptoms.
CBD is also great for digestive health because its cortisol lowering benefits help to prevent leaky gut or intestinal permeability. Cortisol is a catabolic hormone. It breaks down tissues in the body, and it has a hugely destructive effect on the one cell thick lining of our GI tract. Managing cortisol levels is one of the most important aspect of a well functioning digestive system.
It can cause nausea and general sickness.
Some research indicates that CBD oil can exacerbate the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. This research is ongoing, but patients should avoid the product until more definitive results come out.
Most of the side effects of CBD oil are moderate. Unless you fall into one of the specific categories above, the odds are that this is a generally benign product with limited negative consequences, according to one research paper. Most of those include:
What Are the Side Effects?
• It can make Parkinson's disease worse.
This side effect should come as no surprise. Doctors have long looked at cannabis as a treatment for sleep disorders, and CBD oil is no exception. Putting you to sleep is a feature, not a bug. Just don't be surprised if your CBD latte doesn't pack the caffeine punch you expected.
CBD oil can act as a blood thinner and in doing so it can lower your blood pressure. For someone who has issues with blood pressure this can pose very real risks.
Mostly, CBD oil is benign. Its side effects might leave you feeling unwell for a little while, but they will pass. But this is a medication, even if it is marketed carelessly, and that means it can have a powerful effect on your body.