Cannabis as Medicine: How CBD (Cannabidiol) Benefits the Brain and Nervous System

Cannabidiol (CBD) has become a primary focus of medicinal cannabis studies, because it does not produce a psychoactive effect in the brain.

Cannabis as Medicine How CBD Cannabidiol Benefits the Brain and Nervous System

It is found that CBD have a lot of benefits for humans health, including lowering blood sugar levels, promoting bone growth, and importantly, protecting the human brain and nervous system from degeneration.

How CBD Protects the Nervous System

The fatty acid in the human body is an enzyme which breaks down the neurotransmitter. It is called amide hydroxylase (FAAH) and it is associated with the neural generation of motivation and pleasure, as well as neural development in early stage embryos.

CBD creates higher level of anandamide which can suppress the effect of FAAH in our central nervous systems.

Also, CBD is able to stimulate the receptors for regulating mood, memory, appetite, sleep, and reduction of inflammation within the human body. That is the reason why treatments of CBD can help reduce brain inflammation associated with autoimmune disorders. By reducing the inflammation in the brain can be treated neuropathic pain, which is caused by damage to the somatosensory nervous system.

Additional CBD Benefits

The CBD is also used for treatment of high eye pressure and painful condition caused by elevated level of fluid in the eyes. Glaucoma and high eye pressure should be treated, because it can damage the optical nerve. For this treatments it is recommended the dosage of 20-40 mg of CBD.

Usage of CBD is good for diabetes patients, because it can naturally lower the high blood sugar level. By lowering the blood sugar, it indirectly assist in the development of bone tissue and acts like a natural antibacterial.

There are a lot of research studies which shows the effect of CBD against the cancerous cells and tumors.


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