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5 Amazing Benefits of High Dose CBD

 

The benefits of high dose CBD are now well-known. CBD, or cannabidiol, is a nonintoxicating cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant that has been gaining popularity for its therapeutic benefits. Thanks to the recent progression of legalization and acceptance of legal hemp farming in the US, there is abundant research on humans and CBD.

 

One of the latest trends in the CBD industry is consuming high doses of CBD, which mirrors recent research. In this blog, we will explore the potential benefits of using high doses of CBD and why it may be a good option for many people.

Most CBD brands recommend taking 10-50 mg of CBD daily. However, the research on the effectiveness of CBD indicates that a minimum of 200-300 mg is required for CBD to provide benefits. Although there are studies on lower doses of CBD, very few include a placebo or significantly outperform a placebo.

Since THC is an incredibly potent cannabinoid at doses as low as 2.5-10 mg, years ago, the very young CBD industry decided to make the same dosing recommendations. Even though THC and CBD come from the same plant species, their effectiveness and potency are very different.

5 benefits of high dose CBD:

Anti-Anxiety: High dose CBD can help reduce anxiety disorders from mild to severe. Studies have shown reduced anxiety and panic attacks with public speaking, social anxiety, PTSD, obsessive compulsion disorder, and other issues that prompt anxiety.

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Pain & Inflammation:  Two of the most common uses for CBD are pain and inflammation, which many people generally experience simultaneously. CBD can reduce inflammation throughout the body, which naturally relieves pain. Still, CBD also interacts with pain receptors, directly minimizing pain.

Seizures: Many studies have shown that high doses of CBD may be more effective in treating seizures associated with epilepsy. Epidiolex is an FDA-approved drug that utilizes an average dose range of 10-25 mg/kg of body weight daily.

Addition:  Studies have shown that high dose CBD can reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms associated with addiction to drugs such as opioids, alcohol, and tobacco.

Some of the other anecdotal benefits of CBD include:

  • Reduced nausea and GI distress
  • Weightloss
  • Appetite regulation
  • Mood stability/anti-depressant
  • Sleep aid
  • Balanced energy
  • Relaxation and calmness

 

It’s important to note that dosing is a very individual process. It depends on the person’s body composition, metabolism, and treatment conditions. Consult with a healthcare professional before changing your prescription or supplementation routine.

In conclusion, consuming high dose CBD can be more effective in treating conditions such as chronic pain, inflammation, anxiety, and addiction. As research on CBD is ongoing, it’s crucial to stay informed about the latest developments and clinical trials.  It’s important to understand that research on CBD is international.  Many CBD studies have been done in Israel, Spain, Germany, Australia, Canada, and other countries.  

Aside from the Future Compounds Blog, you can find a lot of great resources on CBD by searching CBD, cannabidiol, cannabis, and specific symptoms or diseases on sites like Google Scholar and PubMed.  Be mindful that many studies are done on cells or with rodents, and although the conclusions are fascinating, what happens in a cell or a mouse, doesn’t guarantee the same results in humans.

Here at Future Compounds, we formulate our products to mirror the clinical research on high dose CBD and will continue to follow the science so that we can provide the best options for our customers.  Whether you’re a fan of gummies or tinctures or like to make your own remedies at home, we have a variety of potent formulations that include CBD, CBG, and CBN to suit your lifestyle and needs.

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