Maybe you weren’t aware of this, but GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) is constantly working behind the scenes to pump the breaks when neurons in your brain get overexcited. This naturally occurring amino acid is one of your most important neurotransmitters.
For those with GABA deficiencies, CBD may offer the boost they need to keep calm, cool, and collected.
Our bodies and minds are connected in ways we’re only just now beginning to understand. Eastern medicine has long accepted that your physical and emotional states can influence each other, but Western medicine is still playing catch-up. However, with the discovery of the endocannabinoid system (ECS), we’re quickly gaining ground.
So when you see CBD products with claims such as Improves Mind and Body Wellness or Elevates Mood are they for real? Let’s find out!
If you’re not familiar with the COA (Certificate of Analysis) of your favorite CBD brand, you will be after this. This document should be from a third-party lab, and it should be an in-depth analysis of everything inside the product. There’s lots of information on there, but after reading about the other cannabinoids, you might want to take a peek.
Most people get pretty hyped up about CBD, but did you know there are several OTHER cannabinoids? Let's check them out in our ultimate guide!
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, schizophrenia is one of the top leading causes of disability worldwide. Cannabidiol (CBD) has been found to have the potential for treating several mental health disorders, including anxiety, depression, and PTSD. But can it be used to treat a severe, chronic disorder like schizophrenia? It’s not yet clear whether CBD can totally replace antipsychotic medication, but studies reveal promising data. Read on to learn more.