CBD as medication


There was plenty of reason for naming this website CBD medication. Much research has been done on the effect of CBD on numerous conditions, both physical and psychological. In many cases these studies showed that CBD can have a beneficial effect on our health. We discuss all diseases and ailments in separate articles. Above all, we believe it is important that the information that we provide is correct. Therefore, we always list the references under every article we publish. When you suffer from a condition, we recommend that you check the references for that particular condition. In addition to that we advise you to consult your doctor or specialist if necessary.

 

For which diseases does CBD medication work?

There are indications that CBD can have beneficial effects in many different diseases. This probably has a lot to do with the fact that the human body itself also produces substances that are similar to CBD. These substances are called endocannabinoids, and are found throughout the human body. Endocannabinoids are involved in many physical and mental processes. It is probably for this reason that CBD works so well in supporting various basic physical processes, such as those of pain, inflammation and nerve damage. For these types of complaints CBD oil can also be used preventively. There are also more specific conditions, such as certain forms of epilepsy, in which CBD can greatly reduce the symptoms.

 

Many studies have also been done on the effect of CBD on psychological symptoms. In that regard, stress and anxiety are among the best researched symptoms. But also for psychosis and schizophrenia, for example, there are promising indications that CBD has beneficial effects.

 

There are diseases that are more controversial when it comes to the effectiveness of CBD. There is much debate about the effect that cannabinoids such as THC and CBD have on cancer. The same can be said for ADHD.

 

Below you will find a complete list of all the diseases and ailments that we review on CBD medication. Also, do not forget to read our article on the safety of CBD. Always consult a professional (such as a GP or specialist) if you have doubts about the use of CBD.

 

 

CBD Physical complaints

Cancer

Brain cancer (glioma)

Breast cancer

Nerve damage

Pain

Inflammation

Nausea and vomiting

Skin conditions

Diabetes

Epilepsy

Allergies and asthma

Problems with appetite

Hepatitis

Herpes

Fibromyalgia

Headache: migraine and cluster headache

HIV and AIDS

MS

 

 

CBD Psychological complaints

Stress and anxiety

Psychosis and Schizophrenia

Sleeping disorders

Alzheimer’s Disease

Addiction

Abuse of alcohol

ADHD

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Depression

Autism