Benefits Of CBD Oil And How To Use It

Benefits Of CBD Oil And How To Use It

Cannabidiol or CBD is a chemical found in cannabis plant and is a popular natural remedy used for curing many common ailments including anxiety, depression, inflammation, Parkinson’s disease, sleep disorders and more. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that has been a subject of interest for many researchers and scientists for its varied and extensive medical applications.

Various Benefits from Using CBD

Pain Alleviation
Many studies have shown that CBD oil has analgesic properties which can be linked to the oil’s ability to interact with specific neuro-receptors in the brain which helps reduce inflammation and diminish pain. Therefore, CBD oil is often recommended for people who seek relief from chronic pain and swelling. People who have been diagnosed with cancer usually start taking cannabis-related products, including cannabis oil, to relieve the pain of chemotherapy or the disease itself.Combat Anxiety
Several studies have found that the use of CBD oil is helpful in easing anxiety, depression and other stressful conditions. A study published in 2011, in the journal Neuro-Psychopharmacology confirmed that when people with a social anxiety disorder (SAD) were given 600mg of CBD oil before a public speaking test, they were become more confident, and experienced significantly less anxiety, during their speech.

Treat Acne
Due to a significant role in reducing inflammation and its effects on the immune system, it is often recommended as a treatment to acne. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation revealed that CBD oil inhibited the production of sebum in the sebaceous glands in the skin which are responsible for producing acne.

Handle Epilepsy
Clinical studies have found that CBD oil to be highly effective in the treatment of certain types of epilepsy seizures. The oil provides relief by interacting with the brain cells that are responsible for regulating relaxation and controlling excitability. The success of the oil for seizures varies from patient to patient, but overall, the results are positive.

Improve Heart Health
Recent research has proved that CBD oil offers multiple benefits for the heart and circulatory system, including the ability to lower high blood pressure. Studies have shown that anxiety-reducing properties of CBD oil are an effective treatment for high blood pressure.

How to Use It

CBD oil is ordinarily available commercially as a tincture which can be taken in just a few drops under your tongue. Keep it there for a few seconds and let it be absorbed. The tincture can also be mixed with water, some juice or smoothie before taking inside. Some CBD oils are available in the form of products like creams and salves which can be directly applied to the skin. However, it’s always recommended to consult your doctor before taking any CBD oil for any remedy.

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We offer hemp oils, lotions, tinctures, and more for our customers to experience several avenues for all of their CBD needs. The human body has an endocannabinoid system with receptors that spread throughout the body and are responsible for regulating pain, mood, appetite, etc. Lotus Organic Botanicals aims to help ease the pain and illnesses of clients.
Difference Between THC & CBD

Difference Between THC & CBD

The legal use of marijuana and other cannabis products is growing rapidly in different states of Europe and the US. With a range of therapeutic effects of this cannabis, consumers are becoming more curious about choosing the right product. This includes Cannabidoil (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), despite being extracted from the same Cannabis genus, there are significant differences between the two.

Both the substances have the same molecular structure: 21 carbon atoms, 30 hydrogen atoms, and 2 oxygen atoms. However, a slight difference in the arrangement of the atoms accounts for the significantly different effects on your body.


CBD is primarily extracted from the hemp plant and commercially available in oils, edibles, tinctures, gels, gummies, oils, various supplements, and more. While THC contains the main psychoactive compound responsible for producing a ‘high’ feeling or euphoria, it’s largely present in marijuana and also available in oils, edibles, tinctures, capsules, etc.

Psychoactive Properties

Though both of these compounds interact with the receptors found within the human body and nervous system, the effect they produce is drastically different. First and foremost, there’s an important difference between the two. THC binds with the cannabinoid 1 (CB1) receptors in the brain and produces a feeling of euphoria which effects your cognitive abilities.

Therefore, the side effect from THC inhibit people from operating machinery or functioning normally. On the other hand, CBD slightly interacts with CB1 receptors and does not produce the ‘high’ effect. This fact means that ingesting CBD for therapeutic purposes does not make you any harm, yet, still offers you relief from the pain.

Benefits of THC

A large number of studies and research experiments have shown that THC is helpful in:

·    Chronic Pain

·    Nausea

·    Vomiting

·    Inflammation

·    Digestive Health

·    Side Effects of Chemotherapy

·    HIV and AIDS

·    Sclerosis

Benefits of CBD

Research studies indicate that CBD may be helpful in dealing with:

·    Epilepsy

·    Acne

·    Chronic Pain

·    Parkinson’s Disease

·    Depression & Anxiety

·    Inflammation

·    Diabetes

·    Schizophrenia

·    Cardiac Diseases

·    ADHD

·    Sleeping Disorder

·    Mad Cow Disease

The Minimal Side Effects of CBD

Unlike THC, CBD does not affect your cognitive abilities and it is tolerated much better within your body. However, studies have shown that any side effects associated with CBD are due to the drug-to-drug interactions between CBD and other medications you may be taking causing an allergic reaction.

THC, on the other hand, causes several side effects such as increased heart rate, coordination problems, dry mouth, red eyes, slow reaction time, and memory loss. These side effects can be attributed to the compound’s psychoactive properties. Our goal is to provide clients with incredible CBD in whatever form works for them. The positive side effects have been thoroughly proven, and continue to be used for treating chronic pain, arthritis, sleep disorders, anxiety, mood disorders, and more.

Common Myths About CBD

Common Myths About CBD

With cannabidiol becoming more and more popular for treating chronic pain, disorders, and physical ailments, there are a few myths that float around within the CBD world. When considering CBD to help relieve pain or subside symptoms of an illness, be mindful of what CBD can do for your body. The time for CBD to shine is now, and with the correct research and information, it has the potential to change how we treat our ailments.

CBD is Psychoactive

Unlike its counterpart, CBD doesn’t have any THC in it. Due to widespread ignorance and lack of education, it was popularly denounced because of the gimmicks. With the marketing image and recent spark in curiosity and awareness of what’s in CBD, astigmatism has dramatically decreased. CBD itself doesn’t have any more than 0.2% of THC not allowing it to spur any psychoactive properties for the consumer.

Cannabidiol Cures

The belief that cannabidiol cures are one that can be detrimental and dangerous. There is still so much research to be done about CBD and how it can aid those in pain and suffering from sickness. It may be a long time before any scientist hypothesizes that CBD can cause specific illness or disorder. For the time being, cannabidiol is used to treat and relieve pain and symptoms for epilepsy, sleeping disorders, etc.

It’s Medical Marijuana

First and foremost, medical marijuana is only legal in 29 states, whereas, CBD is legal in all 50 countries. Medical marijuana puts consumers at risk by carrying carcinogens throughout the body. CBD is a pure dietary supplement that is utilized through creams, capsules, liquids, and other various products. There is no risk of overdosing because your body will metabolize the oil without permitting undesirable side effects.

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Within the medicinal industry, it can sometimes be difficult to draw a clear line in the sand with what is useful and what’s not. While CBD is entirely safe and non-threatening, there are many speculations that state otherwise. There are more benefits to CBD than just treating severe medical conditions and relieving pain. For more information, take a look at our other blog posts!

CBD Oil for Your Pets!

CBD Oil for Your Pets!

If your pet has been suffering from a disease or illness for months or even years, you are likely willing to try anything to help them feel better. One such novel treatment approach you might familiar with is cannabinoids, CBD or medical marijuana. Perhaps, you might have heard from your friends that how CBD helped their pet or maybe a veterinarian suggested you the usage of CBD to treat particular disease your pet has developed. If you are thinking to buy CBD for your pet, it is necessary to know how much it could be helpful, what are its potential side effects and how does it work.

How do CBD works?

Dogs and cats have the same endo-cannabinoid system as humans. However, the system of receptors is not as developed and widespread in your pet, but it comprises the same receptors which affect mood, sleep, and pain relief, etc. This means that your pet can also benefit from CBD, just like humans have, and continually do. CBD can help your pet feel relief from a wide variety of illnesses. However, just like in humans, it might not work for every pet, but the pets that respond to it, the effects can be helpful in curing some serious ailments. 

Benefits of CBD Oil for Pets

Researches revealed that CBD has a vast range of therapeutic benefits for pets and can be beneficial in the following conditions:

·    Appetite

·    Anxiety and mood

·    Pain

·    Energy levels

·    Gastrointestinal issues

·    Inflammation

·    Anxiety and mood

·    Hip dysplasia or Arthritis

·    Tumors or Seizures

·    Improved quality of life

Is CBD Safe for Pets?

CBD is considered generally safe for pets; however, there are usually minor side-effects have been reported. The American Kennel Club has recommended CBD usage for pets and is currently sponsoring the largest CBD study of its kind at Colorado State University. A large number of veterinarians have also supported and even prescribed Cannabidoil for a diverse range of ailments that dogs and cats may develop.

The most common side effect reported is excessive sleepiness, drowsiness, or lethargy. If you feel a significant decline in activity levels of your pet, try giving adjusting the dosage. Similarly, different ages, sizes and even breeds have different sensitivity levels to CBD oil, so, take your furry friend’s breed into consideration. It usually is not advisable to provide Cannabidoil to puppies or kittens younger than three months of age.

How to Administer CBD to your pet?

There are different ways that you can administer Cannabidoil to your pet. If your pet is friendly, you can directly put the oil dropper in their mouth. In other cases, particularly in cats, you have to mix the oil drops in some water or food. There is no harm to add CBD oil drops directly to daily pet food. However you decide to administer the oil, the positive effects should begin showing shortly after treatment starts!

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