CBD has been shown to reduce the number of seizures in patients with epilepsy. The strongest scientific evidence points out that CBD is effective for treating certain types of hard-to-control syndromes, such as Dravet syndrome and LGS (Lennox Gastaut Syndrome), which are typically not responsive towards antiseizure medications.
Many studies show how this cannabis derived medication could help people who suffer from these conditions but cannot tolerate conventional pharmaceuticals due either side effects or lack thereof effectivity inside their body.
Anxiety is an unpleasant state of mind that can make people feel anxious, and CBD may be able to help with this. Anxiety Studies explore how it relieves symptoms such as panic attacks or obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Clinical trials are underway exploring the benefits of cannabis on reducing anxiety disorders like post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in veterans. Additional research shows there’s potential for other anxiolytic effects beyond just calming users down; namely reduction in fear extinction recall learning depending upon dosage used.
Helping control of arthritis when applied topically in one study suggests that this ingredient may be able to reduce inflammation related problems like urethritis or sciatica…even while influencing other types like post surgical discomfort prompted by back surgery among others.
CBD is a natural way to get some much-needed sleep. Studies have shown that it can help with both falling asleep and staying asleep, so you’ll be able to feel refreshed in the morning!
Chronic pain is a difficult condition to manage. CBD’s potential as an anti-inflammatory and neuropathic pain treatment helps with the management of chronic aches.
Lastly there is a growing body of research that shows CBD can help with addiction. The substance has been shown to lower cravings in humans who are addicted to tobacco or heroin under certain conditions, according some studies from this area alone–and animal models suggest it may also lessen those desires for alcoholics struggling with their ethereal health as well cannabis consumers trying not just get high but stay sober too!