Cannabidiol (CBD) is making headlines for its ability to treat and alleviate symptoms of numerous medical conditions effectively. Certain specifics are important to clarify when describing cannabis treatment. To start, CBD has none of the psychoactive (mind-altering) effects of TCH that’s found in marijuana. Scientists, botanists, and pharmacology professionals have spent years creating plant varieties that produce large amounts of CBD and extremely low to zero TCH properties. These plants are then cloned as hybrids, creating the most health beneficial oil that can be extracted and utilized without any of the “mood changing” effect.
Our brain and nerve cells have cannabinoid receptors, so our bodies naturally react to CBD oil (cannabinoids) through merging directly with our cells. Our natural endocannabinoid system works synergistically with CBD, creating a multitude of beneficial reactions in the body.
Case studies and benefits of CBD oil
There are countless ongoing peer-reviewed studies on the medical outcomes of utilizing Cannabis as a drug therapy in patients that have Multiple Sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, Cancer, and cognitive damage, Rheumatoid Arthritis, PTSD, Epilepsy, ALS, Crohn’s, Parkinson’s, Dementia, and many other disorders.
Recent studies have shown the following health benefits of CBD:
• Alleviates Seizures
• Anti-inflammatory response
• Anti-muscle spasm
• Anti-tumor factors
• Brightens skin
• Cancer cell death
• Cancer cell growth inhibitor
• Fights viral infections
• Improves sleep
• Promotes pet health and reduces anxiety
• Reduces anxiety
• Reduces beta-amyloid plaque
• Reduces cognitive impairment
• Reduces Seizures/anticonvulsant
• Reduces inflammation
• Relaxes muscles
• Relieves pain
History of Medical uses of Cannabidiol
Over 4000 years ago, Asian Emperors used cannabis for its healing properties, noting exceptional improvements in edema issues. In ancient Greece and Egypt, cannabis is reported in many manuscripts, describing its use for medical conditions such as eye disease, joint inflammation and as an anesthetic. Over 300 years ago, in one of Oxfords medical professional journals, it was touted as a means to reduce depression. Cannabis has even been reported to reduce the menstrual complications of Queen Victoria. In the early 1900’s, the United States began growing cannabis for pharmaceutical companies to formulate into medications.
The laws and regulations on Cannabidiol and HEMP oils are continually updated, as federal regulatory officials better understand the advantages of CBD. It is used legally in many states, including Florida.
Energy Medical is a distributor of Kannaway CBD products. The Kannaway Company’s products are elite, here is what they have to say, “Our CBD hemp oil is sourced from hemp grown in Northern Europe free of pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers. Because hemp grows quickly and efficiently, sometimes producing two or more harvests a year, and uses very little water, it is environmentally sustainable crop with a number of used beyond CBD supplements.
Kannaway’s hemp oil is put through a stringent Triple Lab Tested™ process to ensure its safety and reliability. Our oil is first tested following harvest, and then again by an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited lab after import into the U.S. The final stage of testing comes after our products are manufactured to check for potency and any possible contamination to provide only products you can trust.”
The Kannaway CBD Difference
• Most commercially available CBD products contain 1-5 mg per Serving
• At Energy Medical/Kannaway, their CBD Products contain 25-50 mg per Serving
• With an average cost of .11 per mg, Kannaway products are 50% less than most competitors
At Energy Medical, they sell their products through oils and vapors. These can be administered topically, orally or through the vaporizing method. Along with the multitude of CBD health benefits, there are also opportunities for you to get involved personally. Energy Medical has a unique Brand Ambassador opportunity for you to partake in selling these influential products on the forefront of this medical phenomenon.
17820 SE 109th Ave., Suite 106B
Summerfield, FL. 34491
In the Spruce Creek Medical Center
Across from the Walmart on Hwy. 441