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Can CBD oil help with aggression caused by autism?

Can CBD oil help with aggression caused by autism?

Recent studies have shown CBD to be beneficial for children who have autism. From helping to calm anxiety and stress, to lessening violent outbursts. Getting children to take CBD oil is hard; they hold it in their mouth under their tongue for 2-3 minutes to get any benefit. This is hard enough with a child as it is, add autism to the mix and it becomes near impossible. We have a product that has become very popular among...

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Can I overdose on CBD oil? What is the highest dose advised by doctors?

Can I overdose on CBD oil? | What is the highest dose advised by doctors?

There are no known cases of people overdosing on CBD or even any type of natural cannabis related substance. CBD has been regulated by the food standards agency who say you should not take more than 70mg per day. This is a drop from 200mg per day which was the previous advice. The answer to the question is 'can I overdose on CBD oil?' is quite clear, there have been studies in which people have taken 900mg in one...

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Can CBD oil help with aggression caused by autism?

Can children use water soluble CBD for autism? | Is it better than CBD oil?

Children can use water soluble CBD and it is better than CBD oil. This is actually the best method of delivery for children to take CBD. Because our water soluble is liposome encapsulated, it's protected from the bodies stomach acids until it reaches the intestines. Water soluble CBD can be added to water, juice, food or taken direct. Whichever way you choose to take it, you can guarantee that you will absorb close to 100% of the CBD. Water...

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Where can I buy genuine CBD oil in the UK?

Where can I buy genuine CBD oil in the UK?

Finding a supplier you can trust is no mean feat. A recent study showed that over 70% of brands on the market do not have the advertised strength inside. A few had more than advertised but most had less and in some cases no CBD within them at all. Buying CBD in a market that is not yet fully regulated is a mine field, this is one of the reasons we joined the Cannabis Trades Association. Being a member...

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Can I replace my pain medication with CBD?

How bad is CBD oil mislabelling in the UK?

A study by a leading UK cannabis-advocacy group suggests that CBD oil mislabelling effects over 60% of products available in the UK. The UK-based research was conducted following a US study that found inaccurate labelling of almost 70% of cannabidiol (CBD) products brought online. The UK results revealed that only 38% of the products tested were within 10% of their claimed CBD content. Perhaps more concerning was that almost half of the products had more than the permitted amount of...

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Synthetic CBD is on the way

Whether you are a fan of using natural products or chemical substitutes, most synthetic medicines are copies of nature. A recent study into CBD and inflammation caused by Covid-19 have shown positive early results. This has triggered pharmaceutical companies to make a synthetic CBD that can be licensed for use in Covid-19 patients. It is currently in the preclinical trial stages and has shown good results in animal testing so far. Synthetic CBD or natural CBD? Given that CBD can now...

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Water soluble CBD, how does it work and what is the best technology? Liposome encapsulation or Nanotechnology?

The risks of nanotoxicity to human health and the environment The widespread use of manufactured nanomaterials in consumer, industrial and agricultural products will dramatically increase our exposure. Study of the negative health impacts of exposure to very small particles in air pollution, coal and silica dust, welding fumes and asbestos is informing the emerging field of nanotoxicology. Much more research is needed to understand the health risks of nanomaterials already used in hundreds of products world-wide. New technologies need far...

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CBD and hormone imbalances in women

CBD might be able to help with the symptoms of normal monthly hormone fluctuations and those that happen during puberty and menopause. Mood swings Many women suffer with anxiety and depression as part of their menstrual cycle and during menopause. Oestrogen and progesterone affect levels of serotonin, the so-called happy chemical that influences mood. Research shows that CBD activates serotonin receptors and that in animal models, it shows anti-anxiety and antidepressant effects. Bloating During menstruation, the uterine contractions that occur throughout your cycle are more intense. This...

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Can cannabidiol (CBD oil) alleviate multiple sclerosis symptoms?

CBD oil will it benefit you? We take a look at the research and speak to the experts regarding CBD oil and multiple sclerosis. Cannabidiol – commonly known as CBD oil – has a number of proven health benefits. Along with treating pain, epilepsy and anxiety, anecdotal evidence suggests that CBD oil may help in alleviating multiple sclerosis symptoms. But what exactly is CBD oil and could it be the solution for MS sufferers? We speak to Janice Sykes, Information Officer at MS Trust, about the...

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Can CBD oil be used to treat Parkinson’s disease?

We speak to leading expert in cannabis medicine Dr Dani Gordon about the benefits and potential risks factors associated with using cannabidiol for Parkinson's treatment. Cannabidiol - more commonly known as CBD oil - has taken the world by storm thanks to a number of proven health benefits. As well as being used to treat pain, anxiety, sleep problems and MS, anecdotal evidence points towards CBD being effective at easing symptoms of Parkinson's disease. But can CBD oil really be used as a...

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