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 t...
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.
Taking CBD for your p...
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 exercising w...
If you have suffered with Chicken Pox once in your life, you could later develop Shingles because it comes from the same virus.
The rash that comes with Shingles can cause all sorts of trouble causing, pain, redness and itchiness. But can CBD help ask Shingles is a skin rash?
What is Shingles?
Shingles is a viral infection that causes a painful rash. Although shingles can occur anywhere on your body, it most often appears as a single stripe of blisters that wraps around either the left or the right side of your torso.
Shingles is caused by the varicella-zoster virus — the same virus that causes chickenpox. After you've had chickenpox, the virus lies inactive in nerve tissue near your spinal cord and brain. Years later, the virus may reactivate as shingles.
While it isn't a life-threatening condition, sh...
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 optimal a...
CBD oil is a natural active ingredient derived from the Cannabis sativa industrial cannabis species. CBD cannabinoid has so many positive effects on the human body, we often joke that every person has at least one ailment CBD oil could help with. CBD is used to relieve insomnia and chronic pain, and to help relieve autoimmune diseases, anxiety and depression. It is also popular as a natural remedy against insomnia and as an additional boost for the immune system. Lately, the use of CBD oil for the skin has also been gaining a lot of attention. Because the skin has its own endocannabinoid system to which the CBD cannabinoid binds, it is effective in a wide range of skin problems. What skin problems does CBD work on best?
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, ...
Dog dandruff is a very unpleasant condition to deal with. In the beginning, as pet owners, you may not notice your dog is struggling with it. However, as time goes on, you’ll start to see that your dog has very dry skin. The dry skin may begin to flake off and eventually result in scabbing. It doesn’t help that your pup is probably scratching themselves all day.
That’s what we’re going to tackle today; let’s learn more about what dog dandruff is. Then, we’ll discuss the causes and treatment methods you can use to relieve your dog of those unwanted, itchy symptoms.
What is Dandruff?
There are two common types of dandruff:
Primary Seborrhea: This type of dandruff is rare and commonly found in your dog’s genes.
Secondary Seborrhea: This type of dandruff is more common in dogs. Typically, secondary seborrhea is in dogs that experience allergies and/or diseases...
CBD for Breast Cancer October Awareness Month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time for standing with breast cancer survivors and spreading awareness of the disease. Every year around 46,000 people are diagnosed with Breast Cancer. This month is their time to stand up and fight back, and Mary Jane Labs wants to help.
Breast Cancer Awareness
Breast Cancer is the most common diagnosed cancer among women in the United Kingdom. Almost nine in 10 (87%) women survive breast cancer for five years or more. Breast cancer survival is improving and has doubled in the past 40 years in the UK due to a combination of improvements in treatment and care, earlier detection through screening and a focus on targets, including faster diagnosis.
An estimated 600,000 people are alive in the UK after a diagnosis of breast...
CBD could help you during this summer heat wave
Research from the sleep council showed over 53% of brits say the temperature is the main factor for keeping us awake.
With the temperatures soaring across the country, we expect a sudden rise in sleepless nights. Can CBD help us to get through this heat wave?
CBD has swept across the UK just like the heat wave has. This is because people are in search for natural remedies for there issues instead of prescription medications. The public are putting CBD to the test nearly as quickly as the professionals.