Cannabidiol (CBD) is an extract from cannabis species of plants commonly known as marijuana and hemp. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is also found in cannabis plants, CBD has no psychoactive properties. This makes it a suitable and highly sought after option for medicinal treatment due to a lack of experiencing the “high” or altered mental state and other adverse side effects that come with THC.

CBD’s popularity has been attributed to recent research revealing the Endocannabinoid System within the human body. This system is crucial for regulating various physiological processes, including mood, energy level, immune system, blood pressure, bone density, and even metabolism. With CBD, a person can boost this important bodily system to address deficiencies previously unaddressed.

It’s important to note that due to the complexity of legal issues surrounding cannabidiol, research is still in its infancy. CBD’s full spectrum of benefits is yet to be realized.

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Dr. Allen Silanee, MD, FACOG
Allen Silanee, MD, is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology (OBGYN) in Florida. Dr. Silanee has more than 18 years of experience in the obstetrics and gynecology field. Dr. Silanee is an expert in women’s health, specializing in general women’s OBGYN care and sexual wellness, as well as minimally invasive gynecology surgery, including robotic-assisted procedures.
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History of Cannabidiol (CBD)

The use of CBD itself is not new. As a component found in marijuana, it has seen much recreational use, although mostly illegal in the USA since 1937. However, this has steadily changed over the last two decades due to the Endocannabinoid System’s discovery in 1992 by Raphael Mechoulam, William Devane, and Dr. Lumir Hanus. While other parties have discovered different aspects of this biological system, their particular discovery paved the way for further study into CBD’s medicinal benefits.

Today researchers understand that there is a real benefit to using Cannabidiol (CBD) for therapeutic use. However, additional research is needed to understand the endocannabinoid system and CBD fully. That being said, in June of 2018, the FDA recognized cannabidiol as medicine by approving a drug called Epidiolex to treat two pediatric seizure disorders. As research continues, more uses and medicines will be identified and approved.

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Cannabidiol (CBD) Benefits

The use of Cannabidiol (CBD) in a medical capacity is still new. The full spectrum of benefits is unknown. However, recent studies have shown great potential in treating multiple concerns, as noted below.

  • May relieve pain
  • Possible reduction in various mood disorders such as depression or anxiety
  • Might reduce cancer-related symptoms
  • Possible acne reduction
  • Might promote improved brain health
  • A possible improvement to heart health

The full potential of what Cannabidiol (CBD) as treatment can achieve remains to be seen until more information is obtained through trial and research. More importantly, the required dosage levels have yet to be fully determined.

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I have chronic back pain and was taking prescription painkillers for 8 years. After taking CBD I noticed relief without the same withdrawal symptoms and side effects.

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Getting Started with Cannabidiol (CBD)

Finding an expert is as simple as visiting our online community. At AgeEnvy, valuable information detailing Cannabidiol (CBD) treatments, as well as qualified practitioners for this treatment, is at your fingertips. Keep in mind that your health and safety comes first with any treatment. That’s why our mission is to give consumers control over their health by getting them connected with practitioners that are licensed, verified experts focused on Cannabidiol (CBD) procedures.

Possible Cannabidiol (CBD) Side Effects

Possible treatment side effects include:

  • Nausea
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability

FAQS About Cannabidiol (CBD)

Here you will find answers to our user’s most common questions. Our goal is to keep you easily informed as you research ways to realize your age management potential. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please ask a doctor.

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How much does Cannabidiol (CBD) cost?

The price of CBD is hard to determine  due to the facts that it is not legal everywhere, and different retailers apply different prices, because it’s not fully regulated compared to other treatments. That being said, you can expect a range of about $40-$150 a tincture/bottle depending on the mg count of the cannabidiol.

How many Cannabidiol (CBD) treatments will I need?

The number of treatments will depend on what concern you’re addressing. Beyond that, regulation has not been established so the exact number of treatments is unknown at this time save for the use of Epidiolex used to treat seizure disorders.

How long is the recovery time with Cannabidiol (CBD)?

Recovery is not a concern with this treatment as it functions similar to a supplement. However, if you experience nausea or other side effects then you may need to adjust your dosage level to continue use.

How quickly will I see results from Cannabidiol (CBD)?

This depends entirely on your response to treatment and the concern you’re addressing. Until baselines can be firmly established, the speed of results is yet to be determined.

How long will my Cannabidiol (CBD) results last?

In general, the results will last as long as you maintain treatment. This is an ongoing treatment regimen in its current capacity. As this becomes better understood the potential for long-lasting results may become possible.

Are there other similar options to Cannabidiol (CBD)?

In short, there are no other similar options. However, there are other compounds, molecules, etc. that promote improvement in the body’s various systems. These include MIC injections, Glutathione, Peptide treatments, and more. These alternatives work on a different level and target a different aspect of the body than CBD does.