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-CBD is the non-psychoactive component of cannabis
-Hemp is legal thanks to 2018 Farm Bill to ship to all 50 States
– CBD acts on completely different receptors and enzymes than THC, resulting in significant effects on anxiety, depression, pain, hormone balances, reduction of inflammation, and 50% reduction in epileptic seizures!
CBD is safe and non-addictive…
ANXIETY, STRESS & DEPRESSION
PAIN, INFLAMMATION, AND DISEASE
(Intestinal Inflammation) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22163000
In one interesting study, researchers decided to test the effect of CBD on four cell signaling or mediating molecules associated with intestinal inflammation and oxidative damage to the gut. Their findings were as follows:
Inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) – CBD reduced the overexpression of iNOS in response to colitis. iNOS overexpression is well correlated with disease activity with colitis, and inhibitors of iNOS lead to improvement in experimental models of IBD. iNOS results in high-output production of NO, which results in oxidative damage to the intestine via reactive oxygen species (ROS).
Interleukin-1β – levels significantly increased with experimental colitis. CBD was shown to decrease levels. IL-1β is shown to have potent pro-inflammatory activity and thus heightens the inflammatory response that leads to intestinal injury. IL-1β amplifies the production of inflammatory leukocytes (immune system cells), resulting in an increase of inflammation.
Interleukin-10 – levels significantly decreased with experimental colitis. CBD was shown to restore levels. IL-10 has anti-inflammatory activity by inhibiting the release of pro-inflammatory cytokines. Restoration of IL-10 activity is critical to intestinal health.
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