Let’s talk about CBD
Last year there was a lot of talk about CBD in our state (Arizona). Marijuana for medical use had been approved by the legislature and the Governor legalized the industrial use of hemp, as long as it contains less than 0.3% THC. This includes CBD oil (cannabidiol). CBD was being touted as something of a one-size-fits-all miracle oil that helped with a lot of things like insomnia, aches and pains, anxiety and more. Too good to be true? I thought so. But being a senior with aches and pains, I decided to try it. It made a tremendous difference. So, let’s talk about CBD.
You need to know right up front that I have never taken non-prescription drugs except for things like aspirin, cough medicine, ointments—the things on the shelves in the drugstore. It isn’t that I hadn’t been offered different things. I simply chose not to participate. (Editor’s note: If you tried to order in the past, you may have experienced a problem. I’m assured that the problem is fixed. You can’t go wrong with their products so give them another try)
After I decided to try CBD, it took a while to find some that worked. I ordered some from an email solicitation and there didn’t seem to be anything in it. It had the consistency and taste of water. I was disappointed and went to the local health food store. They had CBD and I bought it. It tasted good but after using up the bottle, I could only see a slight difference in the way I felt. After a couple more tries, I found some that did what they said it would do. It was a gradual change, but it was positive change. My mood lifted, even though I’m not a “down” person. Some of my aches and pains simply eased or vanished altogether. I generally felt better. There is no doubt in my mind that CBD helps in such an obvious way that I want to pass the information on to you.
So What Does it Do?
What does it work with? According to HealthLine it:
Gives Pain relief
- Reduces anxiety
- Alleviates cancer-related symptoms
- Works to reduce acne
- May have neuroprotective qualities to help those with neurodegenerative diseases
- May benefit heart health
More research is being done on indications that it may have:
- Antipsychotic effects
- Substance abuse treatment by reducing morphine dependence and heroin-seeking behavior
- Anti-tumor effects
- Diabetes prevention
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In my quest for CBD my biggest problem was that I couldn’t find a brand that I could trust to have a consistently high quality. There were a lot of people/companies selling it so how would I know that the next batch would be the same as the one I just had? What kind of quality control did these companies have? There are a lot of them out there. Where did I start?
I searched the Internet widely and over a period of time.
I finally found one that meets all my qualifications. It’ name is Cannafyl . It’s in Scottsdale, AZ which is the “town next door” to mine. I have talked to the owner and I know his commitment to truthfulness and quality. You will see on their website that they post the results of their product testing (by a third party) on their website. The science is there as well.
I just ordered some for my 16-year-old dog, Dizzy, who has been having a hard time getting around, and it was almost impossible for her to jump into the back of the Subaru so she could go to the dog park—her favorite place. On the third day of getting it on her treat, she hopped into the back of the Subaru like a much younger dog. Yes, CBD is great for pets.
I am so sold on it that I signed up as an affiliate, so if you order from them put IMPROVE in the Promotional Code box and receive a 10% discount. https://cannafyl.com
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