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How can CBD help Alzheimers?

  • CBD Oil protects the brain against neural circuits, improves memory and learning, decreases inflammation and has beneficial antioxidant effects.

    “Endocannabinoid signaling appears to be “essential to a number of molecular and cellular events important for learning and memory.” 219 Characterized by a progressive mental deterioration that starts in middle or old age and linked to genetic, lifestyle, and environmental factors, Alzheimer’s disease results in loss of memory, language, and cognitive skills. While indica strains of cannabis have been used historically to calm patients and help mediate symptoms of the illness, new science shows that the disease is strongly connected to the endocannabinoid system, and, with the re-emergence of CBD medicine, it is likely that cannabinoid-based treatments will become more standard. In fact, such treatments are showing promising results for a number of brain-related since cannabinoids protect against the destruction of neural circuits through several processes: neutralizing free radicals, reducing inflammation, improving function of mitochondria, clearing of beta amyloid, and clearing away of cellular debris. 220 In 2004, scientists noted CBD’s protective, anti-oxidative, and anti-apoptotic effects on the brain that result in a reduction of neurotoxicity caused by amyloid buildup. 221 Noting the synergistic potential of cannabis constituents like CBD and THC, researchers five years later wrote: The great therapeutic value of CBD, either given alone or in association with THC, derives from the consideration that it represents a rare, if not unique, compound that is capable of affording neuroprotection by the combination of different types of properties (e.g., anti-glutamatergic effects, anti-inflammatory action, and antioxidant effects) that almost cover all spectra of neurotoxic mechanisms that operate in neurodegenerative disorders (excitotoxicity, inflammatory events, oxidative injury, etc.).”

    Leinow, Leonard; Birnbaum, Juliana. CBD: A Patient’s Guide to Medicinal Cannabis–Healing without the High (p. 97). North Atlantic Books

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  • Calms the central nervous system to reduce or eliminate chronic pain and helps your immune system fight disease
  • Works with your endocannibinoid system to help with anxiety, depression, ADD, ADHD
  • Does NOT contain THC (the psychoactive component that results in a high from cannabis)
  • Since CBD and other compounds in cannabis are so similar to the chemicals created by our bodies, they are integrated better than many synthetic drugs
  • Veterinarians are re-discovering the benefits of cannabis to treat medical conditons in pets. Pets suffering from pain, inflammation, cancer, arthritis, seizures have found relief through the use of medical cannabis
  • "Modulating endocannabinoid system activity may have therapeutic potential in almost all diseases afecting humans, incuding obesity/metabolic syndrome, diabetes, neurodegenerative, inflammatory, cardiovascular, liver, gastrointestinal, skin diseases, pain, psychiatic disorders, cachexia, cancer, chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting, among others" (researchers review Pacher and Kunos 2013)

We've all heard stories about someone experiencing relief from their pain and/or disease through the use of cannabis and the healing properties of CBD.  We read and listen intently, but most people do not take the time to learn more.  There are many misconceptions about cannabis, mainly that all cannabis contains THC (the ingredient that makes someone high). Would it surprise you to learn that CBD from hemp contains very little to no THC?
So all the healing benefits of CBD without the THC (so no psychoactivity)!
Pure, full spectrum, organically-grown hemp produces CBD that is a safe and natural medicine to help with pain, inflammation, autoimmune and neurological conditions.
Browse around this website to learn more, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to be educated and informed