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Ever since the 2018 Farm Bill, the therapeutic nature of CBD (cannabidiol) has garnered massive worldwide attention—and for good reason. While CBD oil has gained popularity for its role in managing various conditions like depression and pain relief, emerging research suggests that it may also hold promise in treating Cannabis Use Disorder (CUD). In a world dominated by “Big Pharma,” legitimizing CBD as a holistic treatment is a major breakthrough that can contribute to better scientific discoveries down the line.
Cannabis Use Disorder, characterized by the excessive and compulsive use of cannabis, can have debilitating effects on a person’s physical, mental, and social well-being. Though there is a common misconception that cannabis is not addictive, it is indicated that 3 out of 10 cannabis users have Cannabis Use Disorder. The addiction can be challenging to overcome, as traditional treatments may not always yield optimal results. This has led to an exploration of alternative treatment options, like CBD.
But isn’t CBD a descendant of cannabis?
Well, not exactly. CBD stems directly from the hemp plant—a cousin of the cannabis plant.
With cannabis, depression often coexists with its disorder counterpart, and CBD has shown potential in alleviating depressive symptoms. Several studies have shown that CBD interacts with the serotonin receptors in the brain, which play an important role in mood regulation. By modulating serotonin levels, CBD may help lower depression symptoms in people with CUD, forging a better future on the horizon—one that isn’t an infinite “loop” of substance misuse and mental health struggles.
CBD can not only help fight depression but also alleviate pain. Chronic pain often contributes to substance use disorders, including CUD. CBD stimulates the body’s endocannabinoid system, which regulates pain, inflammation, and immune response. CBD hemp oil, when used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan, may give people with CUD the pain release they need; it “cuts the cord” of relying on cannabis for pain management.
Ananda Professional Full Spectrum Hemp Extract is a CBD product that warrants attention in the context of CUD treatment. Full spectrum extract refers to CBD oil derived from the entire hemp plant, containing a wide range of cannabinoids, terpenes, and beneficial compounds. This comprehensive, or in other words, “full spectrum” blend, is believed to offer enhanced therapeutic feelings known as the entourage effect. But it’s not just believed; it’s proven.
Ananda Professional’s commitment to rigorous quality standards and top-of-the-line, pharmaceutical-grade hemp formula ensures a reliable and trusted product for people seeking CUD treatment.
The good news for people with CUD: there is a limitless supply of CBD products for pain relief. These products involve CBD topicals, edibles, tinctures, and capsules. When used in conjunction with behavioral therapies and other evidence-based CUD treatments, CBD products for pain relief can be the gateway to alternative medicine—while addressing the underlying physical discomfort.
CBD does not just hold promise for treating Cannabis Use Disorder—it’s already become a complementary tool. It offers potentially better avenues for managing CUD problems without reliance on over-the-counter medications. Most importantly, CBD, administered by a certified professional like The Hemp Pharmacist, guarantees that All products are vetted by licensed pharmacy staff (as per the word “pharmacist” in “The Hemp Pharmacist”) and meet strict criteria. Only trust CBD products that are independently lab tested and certified; free of pesticides, herbicides, and unwanted solvents; and USA-sourced.
For more information on Cannabis Use Disorder, contact The Hemp Pharmacist professionals.