CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound that belongs to the group of cannabinoids, i.e. chemical compounds found in cannabis.
Natural CBD oils containing this compound are natural dietary supplements that can be used safely by almost everyone - including children, seniors, and chronically ill people.

What are the properties of CBD oil?

First of all, cannabidiol has a strong antipsychotic, sedative and neuroprotective effect. Therefore, it has a positive effect on the nervous system and the psyche. CBD hemp oil has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, helps fight infections, and supports the immune system. In addition, CBD products contain omega 3, 6 and 9, i.e. polyunsaturated fatty acids that support the work of the circulatory system by regulating the level of good cholesterol. Their presence in the body is essential for the proper functioning of the central nervous system and the brain. They also take part in the production of hormones, e.g. serotonin - the hormone of happiness.

How does hemp oil work?

CBD hemp oil affects the proper functioning of the human endocannabinoid system. What is that? The endocannabinoid system is responsible for the secretion of various cannabinoid compounds in the human body that are necessary for the proper functioning of the immune system: they also regulate our appetite and affect the rhythm of sleep and wakefulness.

When is it worth using CBD supplementation?

Due to their properties, CBD oils are recommended as support in the treatment of many diseases and ailments, including:
• depression,
• anxiety disorders,
• neurosis,
• severe stress,
• post-traumatic stress disorder,
• difficulty falling asleep,
• multiple sclerosis,
• Parkinson's disease,
• Alzheimer's disease,
• ADHD and the autistic spectrum disorder.

We remind you !!!

CBD is not a drug, nor is it a golden mean for everything. It is important to take care of a healthy diet and physical activity, check yourself regularly and take care of yourself. If you are just at the beginning of your journey - consult a specialist. It is easier to prevent than to treat.

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