#CBD #Oil #Cannabis
🍃CBD Oil vs THC Oil Medical Cannabis Documentary
Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a product that’s derived from cannabis. It’s a type of cannabinoid, which are the chemicals naturally found in marijuana plants. Even though it comes from marijuana plants, CBD doesn’t create a “high” effect or any form of intoxication — that’s caused by another cannabinoid, known as THC.
There’s some controversy around cannabis products like CBD oil because of recreational marijuana use. But there’s growing awareness about the possible health benefits of CBD oil. Here’s what you need to know about six potential medical uses of CBD and where the research stands:
1. Anxiety relief
CBD may be able to help you manage anxiety. Researchers think it may change the way your brain’s receptors respond to serotonin, a chemical linked to mental health. Receptors are tiny proteins attached to your cells that receive chemical messages and help your cells respond to different stimuli.
One study found that a 600mg dose of CBD helped people with social anxiety give a speech. Other early studies done with animals have shown that CBD may help relieve anxiety by: reducing stress
decreasing physiological effects of anxiety, such as an increased heart rate
improving symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
inducing sleep in cases of insomnia.
CBD has been in the news before, as a possible treatment for epilepsy. Research is still in its early days. Researchers are testing how much CBD is able to reduce the number of seizures in people with epilepsy, as well as how safe it is. The American Epilepsy Society states that cannabidiol research offers hope for seizure disorders, and that research is currently being conducted to better understand safe use.
A study from 2016 worked with 214 people with epilepsy. The study participants added oral doses of 2 to 5mg of CBD per day to their existing anti-epilepsy medications. The study’s researchers monitored the participants for 12 weeks, recording any negative side effects and checking on the frequency of their seizures. Overall, participants had 36.5 percent fewer seizures per month. However, severe adverse effects were recorded in 12 percent of the participants.
THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTARY DEPICTS THE CULTIVATION AND USE OF LEGAL MEDICAL CANNABIS WITHIN THE STATE OF OREGON. THE CULTIVATION OF MEDICAL CANNABIS MAY, OR MAY NOT BE LEGAL IN YOUR STATE OR COUNTRY. THIS VIDEO DOES NOT ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES, AND DOES NOT INTEND TO OPPOSE ANY YOUTUBE RULES OR GUIDELINES. THE BINGUS CHANNEL INSIST THAT YOU DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RECREATE ANY OF THE ACTIVITIES SHOWN WITHIN THIS CONTENT. THANK YOU.
WARNING!!! This YouTube Page is intended for those of Legal age and is for Educational purposes only.
Definition of BINGUS from the Urban Dictionary:
bingus (n): weed
bingused (adv/adj): stoned
bingusing (v): smoking weed
bingus (v): smoke weed
(n.) y’all got some bingus?
(adv.) hey i was bingused gimme a break, huh?
(inf v.) bingusing in cars. it’s what we do.
(v.) let’s go bingus, eh?
Information Gleaned from cannabis.net much gratitude.