CBD interacts with the endocannibinoid system, whose job is to regulate inflammation, stress, anxiety, and depression. There is real evidence pointing to cannabidiol’s power inside the ECS to improve the issue some shy away from addressing, yet so many face.
CBD is NOT THC. While THC produces psychoactive effects through the activation of CB1 and CB2 receptors in the central nervous system, CBD binds to these receptors at a much slower rate than THC, yielding the activation of similar physiological processes without the psychoactive effects.
It is no coincidence that so many people use CBD for anxiety purposes. In one study, people with social anxiety disorder were administered a one-time dosage of 600 mg one hour before speaking publicly reported reduced feelings of anxiety compared to a control group. Another study involving a 300 mg dosage resulted similarly. In fact, a review of 11 trials found that CBD reduced anxiety when taken one hour prior to events that would otherwise cause the nerves to rise. A summation of case reports found that approximately 80% of subjects given CBD for their condition experienced less anxiety in just one month.
When serotonin levels are low, you may experience increased anxiety. While people with low levels take a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), such as Prozac or Zoloft, some have found solace through CBD instead.
Depending on your current state, medication may or may not be required. However, after speaking with your doctor, you might decide to try CBD products. In that case, visit Planet Earth. Our melatonin- and chamomile-comprising softgel can calm your nerves, while our organic coconut oil tincture can create an oasis of serenity you’ve been craving.
On Your Way
Okay, so you do not have control over life’s hurdles, stresses, and setbacks. No one does. What you DO have control over is the attitude with which you choose to approach those complications. With a healthier outlook, a few deep breaths, and a safe alternative, Planet Earth CBD is here to support your road to reduced anxiety.