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May 11, 2019 2 min read

“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”

For a long time, it was believed that CBD is only effective because it works with other compounds found in the marijuana plant. But thanks to growing interest to the what CBD can do for your body, there is now proof that CBD works well even on its own!

Learn about the powerful, beneficial effects CBD can bring to your life:

Reduces Risk of Cancer

With animal test subjects introduced with carcinogens, it has been proven that the animals using CBD were considerably less likely to develop cancer. In fact, medical records of male patients in California reveal the same thing – those who took CBD were 45 percent less likely to develop bladder cancer compared to the population.

Hastens bone regeneration

If osteoporosis and osteoarthritis scare you, it’s high time that you try CBD. Cannabidiol blocks enzymes that destroy compounds that regenerate your bones, reducing the likelihood of bone diseases.

Reduces anxiety and stress

Not only is CBD non-psychoactive, but it has also been consistently shown that it reduces anxiety and stress on both animal and human studies thanks to its effects on the limbic and paralimbic areas of your brain.

Alleviates different types of pain

Even in major ancient civilizations across the globe, cannabis was used to alleviate pain and inflammation. What was found out now because of medical research is CBD is effective on its own in treating many kinds of pain.

Repairs skin damage

Because the skin has a large concentration of CB2 receptors, CBD is very effective in repairing skin damage. These CB2 receptors react to CBD by regulating oil production and when infused in proven effective skin care products, it hastens the repair of skin damage.

Protects brain cells from damage

You can keep your mind sharp even as you age with CBD. Not only does it remove damaged cells, but it also makes your mitochondria more efficient and stimulates the creation of new brain cells even in aging brains.


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