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  1. Three reasons why CBD might not be working for you!

    Does CBD ever work?? How much should I be taking?? A couple of questions asked by those who are thinking their CBD isn’t working for them. Without any prior knowledge, people sometimes go out on a limb and try a higher dosage, yet feel like they are not getting the most beneficial outcome.

     

    In fact, there are a number of legitimate reasons why CBD might not be working for you! So, before you throw in the towel and give up on CBD, check and see if any of these following reasons apply to yourself.

     

    You need to give it more time:
    Some people expect instant results when taking CBD, but each body is different. If you are using a topical CBD and you don’t feel a result after 2-5 minutes, reapply more CBD on the same spot. If you are consuming an ingestible, it...

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  2. Getting Intimate with CBD How CBD can improve your Sex Life

    For those who suffer from performance anxiety, stress and pain in the bedroom, there are now CBD-Infused pleasure enhancers which may help you!!

    In recent years, medical experts and scientists have tapped into CBD’s healing properties, including decreased inflammation, improved gut health, calmed nerves, enhanced sleep and more. However, beyond medicinal purposes, Cannabidiol can also be used to give your sex life a boost.

     

    CBD, the Non-Psychoactive ingredient in the Marijuana plant, can alleviate inhibition during sex as well as pain during penetration and enhance sensations.

    So instead of using alcohol t unwind, CBD can provide similar effects without the hangover and fuzzy memories. Also, with Cannabidiol helping with Insomnia, i...

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  3. CBD Tea & How to use it

    CBD Tea offers users of the molecule an easy and relaxing way to get their daily dose. CBD Teas can also be brewed with certain Terpene – containing herb augment its effects.

     

    What is CBD Tea?

    CBD Tea is exactly what you probably think it is, a mix of herbal infused, with added CBD for that added relaxing vibe.

    CBD Oil is extracted from hemp plants that are naturally low in THC. The CBD itself is entirely Non-Psychoactive or addictive.

    CBD tea bags are generally made from CBD isolate. This means that the CBD has undergone the maximum amount of filtration possible to ensure that it has no other Cannabinoids, Phytocannabinoids or Terpenes included.

     

    CBD Tea for Flu season

    The flu season has been particularly rough this season. Many of us all reach for the over the counter bottles of flu medicine and bowls of soup to try and easy the flu symptoms.

    Why not try CBD? While Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, can’t cure the flu or a common cold, but it may help boost your immune system and make those flu symptoms a lot more bearable.

    Our body’s attempt to fight cold or flu viruses automatically causes inflammation in sore throats, sinuses, nose and lungs.

    The Cannabinoids and terpenes found in CBD may help drive down inflammation in these areas and therefore symptoms like a runny or congested nose.

     

     

    Other Benefits CBD Tea has:

    -          Alleviates stress, Anxiety and Depression

    -          Reduces Chronic Pain

    -          Promotes Heart Health

    -          Improves Lung Health

    -          Alleviates Bowel Problems

    -          Eases symptoms of Nausea

    -          Prevents onset of Alzheimer’s Disease

    -          It helps keep you hydrated

     

    Alleviating Nausea

    Peppermint, Ginger, Lemongrass and other natural ingredients have been used to help alleviate nausea for thousands of years. Even in their raw form, these ingredients are powerful antidotes for settling an upset stomach.

    CBD has also been used to treat nausea. It has often been found to help people who suffer from extreme vomiting from medications such as Chemotherapy.

    When you take Cannabidiol and make it into a tea, it can create a soothing effect on the body because it contains 10mg of CBD.

     

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  4. Taking CBD to the gym

    Going to the gym you take your essentials, right? Water, protein snack, maybe some work out pain relief gel? But did you ever think about taking your CBD oil with you to the gym?

    Using hemp oil in your pre or post workout route can help you with your exercising experience.

     

    Boosting your energy

    CBD elevates chemicals in your brain that can give you a boost of energy as well as helping your metabolism use the energy you already have stored.

    Taking supplements packed with caffeine might seem a good idea and seem healthy because they are in powder form as its not accompanied by all that sugar, but caffeine is still a powerful drug.  If not used in moderation, it can cause health problems like high blood pressure, diarrhoea and irritability.

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  5. How can CBD help with Obesity?


    At least 62% of adults in England are classified as overweight or obese. More than two-thirds of men and almost 6 in 10 women are overweight or obese.


    With how easily accessible foods and desk jobs are, its no wonder some of us are putting on some weight. Stress eating, depression and poverty also contribute to these problems.


    While CBD can give you a raise at your job, it can help you lose excess weight.

    Taking some inches off. CBD can help with your trouble spots by encouraging your body to use your fat for energy.

    CBD can help with the pain of exercising
    Chronic pain is extremely common with obesity. People tell you just to work out more and go exercise, but they don’t understand that you are in tremendous pain. A nasty cycle of a pain keeping you from e...

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  6. How CBD can help you if you work from home

    If you have started working from home, your already happy with the fact you’re not stuck in rush hour traffic. Sitting back on the laptop catching up on emails in your pj’s. working from home can be a blessing but it can also be a curse. While you get to drink your morning coffee in the comfort of your own home, you may also not of seen another human in the flesh for a few days. There is a list of cons that come with working from home but CBD may be able to help you with some of them.

    Working from home can cause a few health problems if you fall into a unhealthy routine.

     

    Pros

    • Missing the traffic

    Normally your stuck in an hour traffic on the way to work and then an hour stuck in traffic on the way home from work. For a lot of people, they choose their job based on their commute because fuel prices are getting higher and we value our time. When working from home, the commute to your computer or laptop is less a 2-minute walk, giving you more time for your self and family time.

    • Own clothes day every day

    Its own clothes day every day when you work from home. You will see that you don’t have to spend money on new office clothes or having to follow a strict dress works code witch some people find wearing is uncomfortable.

    • No one watching your every move

    Feel like you are being watched or having your manager breathing down your neck while at work? Working from home you don’t have that. You know you have good work ethic and probably work better without being micromanaged. When working from home you’re the boss of yourself. You make sure you get the work done and you do a good job of it.

    • Can work where ever

    Taking your work abroad with you or to a coffee shop. As long as there is internet you can set yourself up and continue with your work.

     

    Cons

    • Avoiding distraction is difficult

    If it’s the school holidays and you have the kids at home, you might find yourself away from your desk more then you wanted to be. Walk in to the kitchen to make a hot drink or do your lunch, but end up doing the dishes and then leads to cleaning the oven. Sit down for 5 minutes Infront of the TV to eat your lunch and then 2 hours has gone by because you have been watching your favourite TV program. With all this you would have to wait till finish time at work and then get the house work done or watch your TV.

    • Less exercise and movement

    Working in an office, you have to walk from your car or local bus stop to get to the office. Walk to some one else’s desk to discuss work. Walk to the café for lunch. Even walk down the corridor to the bathroom. At many points in the day working I an office you will be off the chair and walking around. When your work from home, your movement is very limited.

    • Depression!

    Working from home doesn’t mean you’re going to get depressed. Depression builds over a period of time when working from home. It can sneak up on you and take over if you’re not careful. Working from home mean you don’t get the interaction with real life human beings like you would do working in an office block. When working from home, your sitting in silence for hours at a time by yourself. When you have finished work, you walk 2 meters into the rest of the house, and some times still feel like you’re in work still. You don’t have significant change in scenery and this can get to you if you’re not careful.

    • Anxiety

    Working from home can cause you to be thinking about work all the time even when you are not sat at the computer. This can leave you stressed out about work that needs to be done. You could be lying in bed and remember something needs to be done, so your up till 2am in front of the computer. If at work at an office, you leave at a time when the office is closed and work missed can be completed tomorrow in office hours. This kind of stress can be damaging.

    • You must be Entirely self-motivated

    If you aren’t good with out some one patting you on the back or some one pushing you to do your work, working from home isn’t for you. Working from home is about having self-discipline and if the work needs doing you do it. You might find the work building up because of the number of breaks giving to yourself.

     

    When working from home, you need to find balance of not letting yourself get distracted and unmotivated for work and also not spending 8 hours staring at the computer screen without moving.

     

    How can CBD help?

    CBD can’t solve all your problems, but it could help with a lot of them. Research has been proven that cannabidiol has a wonderful potential to improve quality of life, something that is needed if working from home.

    CBD can help with:

    • Depression
    • Loneliness
    • Anxiety
    • Energy
    • Motivation
    • Blood pressure
    • ...
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  7. CBD For Melancholia

    Have you fallen into a rut of sadness where nothing you do brings you joy? You might not have other symptoms of depression, but for some reason nothing is satisfying. You may have developed melancholic depression, and CBD oil may be able to help.

    CBD oil has shown in studies to be effective in reducing symptoms of depression, including symptoms that also occur in melancholic depression. By elevating chemicals that are usually lacking, elevating chemicals that offer a boosted mood, and elevating chemicals that promote neurogenesis, CBD oil may be a valid treatment for melancholic depression.

     

    What is Melancholia?

    Melancholia is a type of depression, but it has a distinct quality of mood that cannot be diagnosed as severe...

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  8. CBD for Intrusive Thoughts

    As we all know CBD is helping many people with, Anxiety, Depression, chronic pain and many other issues people suffer with on a daily basis. CBD can also help with OCD. Intrusive Thoughts are a prevalent symptom of Obsessive-Compulsive disorder also known as an obsession. Although, this doesn’t mean you have to have OCD to experience this way of thinking. Many people who suffer from anxiety can had Intrusive Thoughts, and CBD oil may be the way to help you.

     

    The brain and Intrusive Thoughts

    A lot of research suggests that people who struggle with Intrusive Thoughts have a stronger inner-speech process, which is implicated in many cognitive processes.

    Intrusive Thoughts are thoughts that enter your consciousness, often without warning and prompting, with content t...

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  9. What is Micro dosing CBD and tip on how to

    As you may have already noticed that the dosing instructions on most CBD tinctures recommended taking a full dropper of CBD once per day. Whilst this amount of CBD is a good place to start for many people, there is no benefit to taking more CBD than your body needs.

    While taking more CBD than you need is not harmful, it can significantly increase the cost of CBD use. Your best bet is to determine the smallest amount of CBD needed to achieve the result you are looking for, an amount you can easily determine with a method called micro dosing.

     

    What is Micro dosing CBD?

    Micro dosing is a technique borrowed from the other side of the hemp family tree to avoid overindulging in THC, but the goal is the same.

     Micro dosing starts with a very small amount of CBD, gradually increasing the serving size throughout the day until you find your minimum effective serving. The end result is the...

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  10. The Benefits of CBD for MMA Fighters

    An increasing number of athletes are turning to the use of Cannabidiol to aid their recovery. The benefits of CBD for MMA fighters are numerous. The typical mixed martial artist trains hard and pushes their body to the limits. That is why it is the latest addition to their supplement regimen. After any MMA training session or contest, the body will be sore. It is not just the muscles that will ache, the body may sport cuts and/or bruises. CBD will enhance the recovery process and speed up the body’s ability to heal itself.

     

    Pain Management for MMA Fighters

    CBD has little or no negative side effects. Certainly, none that compares to those associated with opioids and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). For example, opioids can be dangerous and highly addictive. In contrast, CBD is an antioxidant, neuroprotective and it has very low levels of toxicity. Indeed, it is a natural substance and a direct product of the hemp plant. Many people declare it is ‘a gift from nature’.

     

    CBD for MMA – Natural Solution for Pain Relief

    CBD has little or no negative side effects. Certainly, none that compares to those associated with opioids and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). For example, opioids can be dangerous and highly addictive. In contrast, CBD is an antioxidant, neuroprotective and it has very low levels of toxicity. Indeed, it is a natural substance and a direct product of the hemp plant. Many people declare it is ‘a gift from nature’.

     

    Fast Recovery with CBD for MMA

    Training hard in the gym is only one part of any sport or physical activity. Recovery and improving strength and fitness levels, come afterward. A huge part of recovery is getting an adequate amount of rest. There is no point in punishing the body while, training if it does not get sufficient sleep. This is where using CBD for MMA pays dividends. CBD oil has a reputation for treating sleep-related issues. These include sleep deprivation and insomnia. Those who take a CBD supplement in an oil tincture form, are full of praise. They report it has an instant calming, soothing and relaxing effect on the body and mind. This delivers improved, quality sleep that helps the body recover.

     

    CBD Improves Clarity and Focus

    Brain function is another benefit of taking CBD products. Some users have reported increased mental clarity and intense focus after taking CBD oil. This could assist in concentration levels during training. CBD can reduce inflammation in the brain and may alleviate many neurological conditions. Cannabidiol is also known to support bone growth. This is particularly useful for those athletes recovering from fractures or joint issues.

     

    WADA Approves CBD for MMA

    In a recent change to their rules, the World Anti-Doping Agency (also known as WADA), made the headlines. They announced that CBD is no longer listed as a banned substance for international sports competition. Mixed martial artists are now able to train even harder knowing they have greater control over the recovery process. Whether it is a supplement for BJJ experts or Muay Thai practitioners, we see a trend developing where using Cannabidiol is a common sight in any gym. These athletes know all about the benefits of CBD for MMA fighters. In one form or another, it is safe to assume that CBD oil is here to stay.

     

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