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HOW CBD CAN HELP TREAT ADDICTION

CBD oil is being used as an alternative treatment for many ailments, such as anxiety, inflammation, epilepsy and pain. And now treatment of substance abuse and addiction is on the list. You might be thinking that this doesn’t make sense, but CBD oil that is derived from the hemp plant is non-hallucinogenic and non-addictive. It contains minimal or no THC, the psychoactive component of marijuana. When CBD is extracted from the hemp plant it is safe to take in doses up to 1500 mg a day, and appears to reduce the drug cravings and anxiety experienced by addicts. CBD shows great promise as a non-toxic treatment for the addiction recovery process.

Opiate addiction is a growing problem in America, and the amount of Americans addicted to opiates – both prescribed and illegally obtained – is rising at a staggering rate. Addiction has become an increasingly complicated disease to treat. There are psychological and physiological components, and treatment is only as effective as the addict’s desire to be clean and sober.

The American Society of Disease Medicine defines addiction as a person’s “inability to consistently abstain, impairment in behavioral control, craving, diminished recognition of significant problems with one’s behaviors and interpersonal relationships, and a dysfunctional emotional response. Like other chronic diseases, addiction often involves cycles of relapse and remission. Without treatment or engagement in recovery activities, addiction is progressive and can result in disability or premature death.”

 

Is CBD Oil Effective For Treating Addiction?

CBD oil gives patients the benefit of many positive effects that cannabis can have on the endocannabinoid system – without the intoxicating effects of  THC and marijuana.

A scientific term called “reconsolidation” can occur with raised amounts of  glutamate, a neurotransmitter found in the hippocampus area of the brain which is responsible for learning and memory. When the memory process of reconsolidation is triggered, the memories of the “rewards” of drinking or taking drugs is re-activated by seeing someone partaking in these activities, making a recovering addict vulnerable to relapse.

In one study, a dose of 10mg/kg of cannabidiol was given to participants. The results showed that, because CBD and opiates interact with the same reward receptors, CBD can “block” the pathways that trigger addiction – and potentially help lessen the desire to use harmful drugs like opiates, tobacco, alcohol and many others.

CBD oil also helps with other sometimes traumatic and uncomfortable symptoms of addiction and withdrawal. It can ease pain, stress, and anxiety, reduce unhealthy cravings, and aid in the balance necessary for a better state of mind.

The Benefits Of CBD Oil From CBD Thera

CBD oil is effective for treating the symptoms of addiction. So why should you choose CBD oil from CBD Thera? Here’s a list of just a few reasons:

  • All-Natural, High-Quality Products – When creating our CBD oils, we never use any harmful chemicals or additives. Using natural CBD extraction methods, we create a totally organic CBD oil with a high-quality grape seed oil base. The result? Safe, effective, and natural treatments!
  • Full Spectrum CBD Oil – Unlike other “isolate” CBD oils, our CBD oil is full spectrum. That means it doesn’t just contain CBD, but also other beneficial cannabinoids like CBN, CBG, and CBC.
  • Dedication To Total Transparency – We want you to understand what you’re putting into your body. That’s why we always publish testing results of each batch of our CBD oil Take a look, and see for yourself how pure our products are!

 

Shop Now for CBD oil products that can relieve the symptoms of addiction and withdrawal.

**If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction, you should seek professional medical assistance immediately. Two government resources for treatment referral and information are:  SAMHA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, and NIH – the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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