In the Journal of Experimental Medicine, a study was published that showed hemp oil reduced chronic inflammation in mice and rats. Consequently, researchers suggested that hemp oil could be a new treatment for chronic pain. They are already using it to treat multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia.
Helps Smokers to Quit
Hemp oil may help people to quit smoking cigarettes. A study posted to Addictive Behaviors reported that smokers using an inhaler that contained hemp oil smoked less without any additional craving for nicotine. A similar study found that hemp oil may help those who abuse opioids. CBD reduces symptoms, such as anxiety, mood swings, pain and insomnia. It suggested that using CBD oil may help reduce withdrawal symptoms.
CBD is being studied as a treatment for epilepsy and neuropsychiatric disorders. A review in Epilepsia stated that CBD has anti-seizure properties for patients of epilepsy. It may also alleviate neurodegeneration, neuronal injury and psychiatric diseases to name a few.
Blocks Cancer Cells
Most noteworthy, studies suggest that CBD suppresses the growth of cancer cells. Additionally, a review posted to the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology reports that CBD appears to block cancer cells from spreading around the body. It also promotes the death of mutating cells. Due to its low toxicity levels, we can use CBD as a treatment for cancer.
Last, but not least, CBD has been found to prevent the development of social recognition deficit in subjects, according to research published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Finally, studies that tested the safety of CBD Oil found that it is well-tolerated even over a wide range of dosages.