The Benefits of Receptra CBD for Pain
There are countless issues which could be contributing to your pain. Pain, as a whole, is not a medical condition, but if left unaddressed can lead to a number of medical conditions.
CBD provides a natural option that can supplement virtually any pain relief routine or schedule to help you get on track and stay there.
There are no reported significant side effects in normal doses, and CBD is not addictive. CBD can also help quiet your mind at night, which can lead to less stressful days.
Relief of physical discomfort may also be an added bonus of CBD when trying to reduce stress. The same receptors that restore balance in the mind can also help deal with inflammation in the body.
If you have a chronic pain-related condition or any other medical concern, please see your doctor to determine the best way to achieve meaningful pain relief
WHAT TO EXPEC T FOR NEW CBD USERS
When discussing the CBD experience, it is more about what you don’t feel rather than what you do feel. We tend to recognize things that are present but not when they are absent.
Does your big toe hurt right now? Probably not, but if it did you would surely be aware of it. Similarly, you may or may not notice you are not feeling as stressed or perhaps you do not feel physical and mental irritation you did previously. Though you may be hyper-aware of restlessness when it occurs, a lack of restlessness may be what you feel when taking CBD. With stress, many people gauge success by positive changes in mood and focus.
Just as each body responds differently to foods, supplements, and medications, so is the case for CBD. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports no side-effects with the use of CBD. We always recommend checking with your doctor before starting any new supplement, which includes anything from a new multivitamin to CBD oil. This is especially important if you are taking prescription medications.
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CBD IS NON-ADDICTIVE
The World Health Organization reported several CBD facts in both their 2017 and 2018 reports,12 including the statement “In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential,” although the FDA has yet to make a similar statement about CBD.
“I have back pain from a car crash. I’ve been using the product for more than 2 weeks. Of all the things I have tried, the Serious Relief + Turmeric Tincture has been the most effective.”
IS CBD LEGAL?
Passage of the 2018 Farm Bill marked a huge stride in the process of legal clarification, beginning with federal legalization of hemp as a crop for products.13 Hemp-derived CBD products like those produced by Receptra Naturals must be licensed and in compliance with state or federal agricultural standards. As an industry pioneer, Colorado has high standards for hemp cultivation which are maintained through oversight and enforcement by the state Department of Agriculture. These regulations specify hemp farming requirements, THC percentages, testing, and more. Twenty years ago, a group of scientists at the National Institute of Health filed patent 6,630,507 stating CBD has effective neuroprotectant and antioxidant properties that can "limit neurological damage" and health complications related to oxidation. They made this discovery while trying to answer the question "what is CBD"? The patent was approved in 2003. This means the U.S. government has been recognizing and researching the benefits of CBD for decades.