Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Can CBD Relieve Sciatic Pain?

First things first, we must remind the reader that under British and EU law we cannot make any medical claims regarding the effectiveness of CBD as the product is a food supplement however, we have done research and produced the results for you to summaries the potential benefits your self.

We conducted a study on 50 people who were able to show that they had a genuine medical sciatic condition. We were able to verify the Sciatic condition by looking at CT and X-ray data, along with information provided.

Sciatica is a condition resulting from an issue in the spine, commonly the lower back, around the L5 S1 Region is the most common. There are a few different forms of Sciatica, the most common are bulged disks, trapped nerve and prolapse of the disk.

Based on what we already know about the medical side of Sciatica, it is no wonder that people suffer greatly with Sciatic Pain, the main stream medications people are issued are the typical Pain killers such as paracetamol and Ibuprofen, however these normally fail to offer any kind of Sciatic Pain Relief.

Those who have been medically certified of the Sciatic condition may be given Gabapentin, Pregabalin, Naproxen or Codeine for the condition. Codeine is a opiate and is genuinely ineffective for nerve based conditions, we still do not understand why doctors issue such a medicine for this condition. Gabapentin and Naproxen combined typically offer a short term pain relief in most patients, however they only last for a few hours at best with nasty side effects.

Some patients are offered surgery and or spinal steroid injections, however the statistic results in reality are not that great. Some are offered as a last resort a spinal nerve stimulator, but many patients complain of electrical shocks which ultimately make the condition worse.

These comments are based on what customers say to us, and most importantly genuine third party government medical statistics.

Many Sciatic Pain victims find them selfs in a situation in the doctors office being advised that there is nothing more they can offer them, and they will just have to live with it. This personally happened to me. All the above happened to me minus the nerve stimulator (I denied it in favour to CBD).

Personally CBD helped with my Sciatic Pain, to a point of complete removal of pain all together. I had a bulging disk on the L5S1, For years I suffered and eventually the pain was that bad that the doctors had to do something to increase the quality of my life, I was bed ridden and in to much pain to work, move or play with the kids.

I had an operation, at one of UK’s best spinal units, they simply shaved the disk compressing onto the nerve. The operation its self was successful however, the NHS failed to provide physiotherapy (still to this day not a mention of physiotherapy, despite asking). Due to this 6 weeks after the spinal operation scar tissue built around the nerve, permanently compressing it, causing more pain than before the operation, and left me permanently bed ridden, in severe pain.

CBD was recommended at this point, within 48 hours I was up and going again, not been bed ridden since. There is a real scientific reason behind this, all this will be explained.

 

Our research team decided to look into how CBD could be effective for Sciatic Pain victims.

The results were astonishing and very clear. To summaries, all candidates received some level of pain relief for Sciatic Pain. Although CBD is a food supplement and we cant under law make any medical claims, the results are pretty clear. We will explain how CBD helped and how our candidates had consumed CBD for its potential medical properties.

Our candidates used either the Oil or the capsules. The candidates were under very strict instructions to stick with specifically set out dosages.

The main goal of this research was to see how much CBD would need to be used to potentially offer pain relief for sciatic nerve pain.

Group 1- We asked 25 candidates to take 100mg a day for three days, then reduce to 60mg a day for 10 days, then switch down to as little as 20mg a day for the remaining of the three month trial.

Group 2- We asked 25 candidates to take 200mg for two days, then reduce to 100mg for 10 days, then switch down to 20mg a day for the remaining of the 3 month trial.

Administration Instructions- For best results hold the oil under the tongue for as long as possible, at least 1 minute before swallowing. This is a very important step as it allows the main arteries to absorb the CBD before the body filters it out. When using capsules allow the capsuel to melt under the tongue.

Some of our candidates did not like the taste of the oil therefore they swallowed the capsule whole. This did slow down the absorption rate, therefore reducing the effectivity of the CBD within the system.

Both dosage amounts resulted in a significant reduction in pain. The main difference was the time scale for the CBD to take effect.

Group 1-The candidates that had taken 100mg over 3 days, started feeling pain relief within 96 hours.

Group 2 -The candidates that had taken 200mg over 2 days, started feeling pain relief with 48 hours.

Therefore the candidates that had taken 100mg for 3 days had slower results than those on a higher dose.

The candidates in group 1 reported that the pain reduced considerably however would still experience short spells of pain. The candidates in group 2 experienced a consistent reduction in pain. Both groups experienced the same level of pain relief once they had reached the 20mg a day mark.

The amount of CBD within one full pipette of our CBD Oil:

One pipette of the: 200mg bottle oil = approx 18mg of CBD,

One pipette of the: 400mg bottle Oil = Approx 36mg CBD,

One pipette of the: 600mg bottle Oil = Approx 55mg CBD

We recommend capsules to first time users as they are more precise with CBD measurements, best not to swallow, allow to dissolve under tough and hold as long as possible, some do not like the flavour, however the flavour is better than the pain.

Dosage guide for Sciatic Pain:

To summarise the dosage of CBD for Sciatic Pain: It is recommended to take 200mg for two days, then switch to 100mg every day for at least 4 days. The CBD user should be ok with as little as 20mg for the next 20 days and should be able to take 20mg every other day thereafter or on the onset of pain. In our opinion a person does not need to take CBD everyday for the rest of there life to get pain relief.

Why is CBD Effective for Sciatic Pain Relief:

We conducted studies and looked into it further to answer some questions on how it is so effective for sciatic pain.

CBD appeared to work in three separate ways which benefited Sciatic Pain, it wont cure it but it will benefit constant pain sufferers.

  1. CBD helped relax the muscles causing strain and tension around the compressed nerve.
  2. CBD helped encourage our own bodies CB1 and CB2 receptors to develop.
  3. CBD Reduced the inflammation around the nerve.

We noted that the inflammation was significantly reduced after starting the CBD treatment, this on its own offered significant pain relief to the candidates.

It has been known for years that most sciatic issues are a direct result of bad posture and, or, long term muscle strain.  Bad posture provides some muscles to over react and spasm, tense etc and some muscles to become lazy. This pulls the spine out of shape and commonly results in conditions that give the symptoms of Sciatic Pain. We noted that by relaxing the muscles allowed the nerve some relief. When the CBD relaxed the muscles, after a few days the pain reduced further. Long term the goal would be to relax the over stimulated muscles to allow the candidates to effectively work with a physiotherapist to retrain the body and mind to use the appropriate muscles rather than over overing a certain few. With the hope of naturally fixing rather than having to operate on the spine

Both the muscle relaxation and anti inflammatory properties provided unbelievable results for the reduction of pain for victims with sciatica.

Reading other medical research data we noted that CBD interacted with receptors in the body that are directly associated with our own bodies natural pain relief hormones. Due to this CBD could help to strengthen our immune systems. CBD helps develop CB1 and CB2 receports responsable for limiting long term pain, this was a government study and can be read here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2219532/

We found that candidates received long term pain relief while using the CBD.

This research has brought us that bit closer to understanding the natural wonders of CBD.

 

This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.

Funded and supported by CBDexperia @ www.CBDexperia.com

CBD Nasal Spray Safety Research

We conducted studies on how CBD responded to the nasal cavity. The research concentrated on the safety of the CBD method. The results were pretty encouraging however, cbd nasal spray did display signs of warnings.

We made several CBD nasal spray formulas and tested each type. We made the following varieties:

  1. Water based CBD Nasal Spray
  2. Saline based nasal spray
  3. Oil Based Nasal Spray

Out of these formula’s we made several strengths of CBD Nasal Spray (all in 10ml containers)

  1. 60mg of CBD (0.6%)
  2. 120MG (1.2%)
  3. 240MG (2.4%)
  4. 400MG (4.0%)

 

TEST ONE: How does CBD perform in each of the 3 formulas made?

It became very clear early on in this test that CBD should not be diluted in water or saline (saline is a salt/water mix). The CBD simply splits from the water within hours and sticks to the sides of the container, this made the product unusable as the consumer would simply never get any dose of CBD, at best inconsistent doses of CBD.

We then tried the “water soluble CBD” which helped to disolve the CBD in a water base, but only for a few weeks. It provided an inconsistent dosage on each spray, we also noticed via chemical analysis tests that the water soluble form of CBD is simply CBD with an equal amount of emulsifier (polysorbate emulsifier), which is safely used in cosmetics (for the skin) but using this in the nasal passage was to questionable for its safety.

The water based and saline based formulas were discarded as they would neither be consistent or effective, in some cases questionably safe.

We then moved our concentration onto the Oil based CBD Nasal Spray Formula. It was clear that the CBD evenly distributed through the solution, providing consistent and highly predictable dosages per spray, we used a safe oil for the nasal cavity, a oil that has been used for hundreds of years safely.

As the Oil formula was the perfect solution for a CBD nasal spray, we decided to move to the next stage of our tests with the oil formula.

 

TEST TWO: Did it have any side effects?

During basic test of the water and saline solution (basic test are were our lab technicians test the product, not the public, we don’t test untested products on the public), we noticed stinging sensations in the nasal cavity, some reported pains in the head/brain region. We do not deem water based or saline based cbd nasal sprays a safe or consistent form of CBD administration, and should be avoided at all costs. These items were removed from the research pretty early on.

This test was observed closely, we issued the oil formula to 100 candidates and asked 50 to use the product 3 times a day and the other 50 once a day.

We had discovered that the candidates using the nasal spray above 240mg (2.4%) formed tiny microscopic crystals in the nasal passage. This was concerning, after further research it became clear that this may cause damage to the nasal cavity similar to cocaine usage. It was also observed that these tiny crystals did not form in the 60mg (0.6%) or the 120mg (1.2%) solutions or the 240mg solution.

Due to this observation we made the choice to ask our candidates using anything above 240mg solutions to discontinue use and replaced them with 120mg or 240mg solutions. The research continued for 3 months.

It was also observed that the candidates that used the 400mg solutions all reported that the benefits they received from the solution was just as effective as the 240mg solution. We looked into this further.

It turned out that anything above 2.4% (240mg) crystallised and was not absorbed by the blood vessels, therefore the CBD was being wasted.

After 3 months of use, it was shown that the Oil based CBD Nasal Spray in the 60mg, 120mg and 240mg solutions caused no damage to the nasal cavity.

 

TEST THREE: How effective was the spray?

Our candidates reported that the effectiveness was as potent as vaping a 400mg (4%) CBD Vape, or taking a 60mg capsule a day. (based on the 3 sprays a day).

This result was amazing, as it effectively means that the end user can save lots of money by using the nasal spray as they will not need anywhere near as much CBD for it to be effective. We looked into this further.

When CBD is inserted into the nasal cavity it is fully absorbed into the blood stream that rapidly moves to the users brain, distributing all over the body.

When CBD is vaped we noted that a large quantity of CBD was blown out with the vapour when the user exhaled.

With the Capsules we noticed that if the user swallowed the capsule the stomach acids and the liver removed most of the CBD from the body.

Based on this it is clear why the CBD Nasal Spray was an effective form of consuming CBD.

 

This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.

Funded and supported by CBDexperia @ www.CBDexperia.com

PLEASE NOTE: ALL TRIAL VACANCIES ARE CURRENTLY FULL, WE WILL OPEN NEW VACANCIES UP WITHIN THE NEXT MONTH

Want Free CBD? Get Free CBD in the name of Research

If you currently suffer from a genuine medical condition we could give you free CBD in the name of research.

To be eligible for the free CBD you must fit into our criteria, as you can appreciate, CBD is very expensive, even for producers and manufactures like us, therefore we only have  a few hundred available vacancies for research.

Our criteria is pretty basic, you must be willing to provide or be able to say yes to the following conditions:

  1. Have you been diagnosed with a genuine medical condition such as chronic pain, cancer, epilepsy, eczema etc?.
  2. Have you been seen by a proper medical team specifically for your condition?.
  3. Would you be willing to obtain a copy of your medical records for the condition and provide a copy to us if we need to compare before and after CBD use?.

We do have conditions to aid our research, you must be willing to accept:

  1. You will be required to follow usage instructions as provided and explained before the research begins.
  2. You must be willing to answer questions in relation to your condition and the effectiveness (if any) that CBD has.
  3. You must be willing to communicate with our research team.
  4. You must be willing to consult your doctor (GP) and inform them that you are taking CBD.
  5. You must visit your doctor for regular checkups.
  6. You must be willing to sign any terms and conditions that we will mail to you.
  7. You must only sign terms and conditions once fully read and understood.
  8. You must provide honest and accurate detailed information as you find it during the research period.

 

Are these actual clinical trials?

In short no, We are not medical Scientists or doctors. Another way of looking at it is: we offer a free trial of our products in exchange of your opinion on how effective it was for your condition along with your permission to use the data to aid the legal side of CBD. The aim is to ultimately reduce it price and availability and to have CBD recognised for its medical benefits legally, also to obtain precise dosage information to aid in advising CBD users on how to correctly use the product for its effectiveness.

 

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Claim your free CBD today, we will be in contact with our next available research trial. Upon successful application for free CBD, we will send you CBD products for free. All we ask from you is your honest experience with the free CBD product provided.

We will not ask for any postal charges or any payment obligation from yourself. When we say free, we mean 100% free with no charges or hidden costs. Products are only free for the duration length of the research program your enrolled into, typical duration of 3 months for most research programs.

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This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.

Funded and supported by CBDexperia @ www.CBDexperia.com

The effects that CBD had on lung tissue after vaping

We had decided to study the effect that CBD had on lung tissue when vaped, we did a in-depth study.

We conducted this study on people that had vaped eliquids for 4 years or more. Before the study we x-rayed the candidates lungs and examined there health. We checked there lung capacity and breath hold capacity.

We then asked the candidates to vape 10ml of CBDexperia eliquid (300mg strength) per day (1 x 10ml bottle per day with 300mg of CBD) for 3 months.

After 90 days (3 months) and 27,000 mg of CBD vaporised we conducted the same health checks on our candidates.

The medical health checks did not show any change, therefore it would appear that CBD offered no additional danger to basic vaping.

We must stress, that this was based on our own CBDexperia and CBDultravape range of eliquids.

We have found many eliquids on the net that are manufactured from oil, which will give the user lipid phenomena.

Vaping anything will ultimately cause some form of damage to our lungs when used chronically long term, we just do not have the medical evidence to show how much or what kind of damage it provides, so far there is no evidence, this does not mean it is safe.

It is also worth noting that the health implication test of CBD when vaped was run over a 3 month period, we simply do not know the long term effects if a person was to vape CBD daily for years.

CBD is naturally an oil within its self, and although we take great care in removing lipids, we cant guarantee 100% removal, There will always be heath risks with vaping.

We recommend vaping as a short term or quick fix solution, and use alternative CBD products for a daily use.

 

This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.

Funded and supported by CBDexperia @ www.CBDexperia.com

CBD for Pain

100 Human subjects all suffering from chronic pain. All subjects had been advised that the hospitals and pain clinics could help them no further, we tested 100 patients that suffered sciatic pain. We gave 50 of them 100mg of CBD for 2 days and then 20mg of CBD each day for the remaining of the 3 months. We gave the other 50 a placebo over 3 months.

We discovered that a placebo offered no relief to our subjects.

We noticed that out of the 50 patients that had taken CBD 48 of them gained exceptional relief from pain.

Further examination showed some very interesting results in how CBD was effective.

CBD reduced the blood pressure of each subject, we also noticed that each subject had a significant reduction of inflammation in the area of pain.

We believe that the combination of inflammation and blood pressure contributed to the subjects pain.

6 of our subjects could still feel a slight sensation running down there leg from the trapped nerve in there lower back, however they did report that the daily chronic pain had gone. We found this result astonishing as it became clear to us that the inflammation around the nerve had caused the majority of pain than CBD without THC was able to relieve.

This will need a in-depth scientific study to validate the results, however, the results based on this experiment were very impressive.

 

This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.

Funded and supported by CBDexperia @ www.CBDexperia.com

CBD & Muscles:

We had noted that CBD had a influence on our muscles helping them to relax and ease off. We are not clear as to how CBD has this effect on the muscles and warrants us to look into it in depth.

As the CBD had a relaxing effect on the muscles it allowed the muscles to stop spasms, meaning that those that suffer from muscle cramps, muscle spams and pain-full muscles may be able to gain benefits from consuming CBD.

It was also noted that those who suffer from sciatica originally produced this illness due to muscle related issues in the back, CBD helped to reduce the over active muscles and take the pressure of the bulging disks, offering relief in pain.

CBD for Muscle Building:

there has been humungous progress in the use of Cannabinoids to aid muscle building and athletic performance. Body builders, sports people, athletes and even ordinary people looking to gain some lean muscle can today make use of Cannabinoid supplements to improve their results.

So how do Cannabinoid supplements help to built muscle? CBD drastically reduces cortisol levels in the body. Cortisol is basically the hormone produced by the body to manage stress. Cortisol, sometimes referred to as the stress hormone, is responsible for the hindering of muscle growth in the body.

 

This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.

Funded and supported by CBDexperia @ www.CBDexperia.com

CBD & Blood Pressure:

We had noted that CBD had reduced blood pressure in all subjects. CBD reduced resting systolic BP (–6 mmHg; P < 0.05) and stroke volume (–8 ml; P < 0.05), with increased heart rate (HR) and maintained cardiac output. Subjects who had taken CBD had lower BP (–5 mmHg; P < 0.05, especially before and after stress), increased HR (+10 bpm; P < 0.01), decreased stroke volume (–13 ml; P < 0.01), and a blunted forearm skin blood flow response to isometric exercise. In response to cold stress, subjects who had taken CBD had blunted BP (–6 mmHg; P < 0.01) and increased HR (+7 bpm; P < 0.05), with lower total peripheral resistance.

CONCLUSIONS. This data shows that acute administration of CBD reduces resting BP and the BP increase to stress in humans, associated with increased HR. These hemodynamic changes should be considered for people taking CBD. Further research is required to establish whether CBD has a role in the treatment of cardiovascular disorders.

 

This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.

Funded and supported by CBDexperia @ www.CBDexperia.com

CBD & The internal organs:

We had noticed via blood results before and after taking CBD that the CBD had no negative impact on liver and kidneys over 3 months. We also noticed no negative impact on the intestines and stomach. We did notice the potential for long term heart health with the use of CBD due to its ability to reduce blood pressure.

 

This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.

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CBD Addiction – Withdrawal

Is CBD addiction a possibility? – is cbd addictive?

Test Result: All subject who had taken CBD for 3 months were able to stop using CBD without any withdrawal or negative effects.

CBD has anti-addicive properties, meaning that it could be used for drug rehabilitation.  It may be possible to use CBD to withdraw from harder drugs such as Heroin or cocaine.

CBD Helps to prevent the brain responses to drug needs. We discovered that people who had been taking opiate based drugs for pain relief had a dependancy on the drug. During our studies we found that CBD not only helped with the relief of pain but also helped with the cravings for addictive drugs such as opiates (morphine, codeine etc).

It was a unexpected result, it was not part of our test or observations however, it was observed on all candidates that were taking addictive pain killers. They simply no longer felt an overwhelming need to take there main stream pain killers (we do not advice stopping the use of your medications in replacement of CBD, please consult medical advice).

This led to another study, we had taken 10 subject who were addicted to Heroin and ran medical health checks on them. We selected candidates that wished to stop using the drug.

We gave 5 of them a placebo and 5 of them CBD (300mg 3 times a day).

We found that the suffering of withdrawal was significantly different with the CBD users. They did not feel the stomach cramps or desperate need to score more drugs.

 

This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.

It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.

We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.

Legal Statment:

Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.

We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.

We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.

This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.