CBD ON THE BRAIN

August 1, 2020

The central nervous system regulates pain, movement coordination and produces neurotransmitters that engage the sympathetic nervous system responsible for the body’s “flight or fight” response. Pain has an important role in the body it is a protective measure the body uses to keep us safe and like inflammation can occur anywhere in the body. Certain […]

The central nervous system regulates pain, movement coordination and produces neurotransmitters that engage the sympathetic nervous system responsible for the body’s “flight or fight” response. Pain has an important role in the body it is a protective measure the body uses to keep us safe and like inflammation can occur anywhere in the body. Certain health problems result in constant pain with no way to completely eliminate it like, multiple sclerosis(MS) or rheumatoid arthritis. Some patients who suffer from back pain may be too old to undergo surgery without serious complications and their age only reduces their surgical candidacy, they simply have to live with the pain. CBD oil interacts with the pain signals sent to pain and eases so much unnecessary suffering. The central nervous system controls movement and coordination it is responsible for the “pins and needles” feeling in MS and the spasticity in Parkinson’s disease. The body also can decrease the sympathetic hyperactivity component associated with anxiety. Epilepsy is frantic firing and misfiring of signals in the brain. If the condition involves the central nervous system CBD oil can dramatically improve the symptoms. There is near-miracle like stories of dramatic decreases in severity and frequency of seizures when CBD oil is added as an essential dietary component.

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