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CBD & Inflammation. Surprise! I Had A Flare Up. My Journey With CBD Ep. 4 By Tom Peterson

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Did you Know?

Napoleon brought cannabis back to France from Egypt, and it was investigated for its pain relieving and sedative qualities. At this time, cannabis would be used to treat tumors, cough, and jaundice.

There is emerging data showing a synergistic effect between omega-3 fatty acids, such as EPA and DHA from concentrated fish oils, and CBD. The combined anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties seem to provide an even greater overall effect on the central nervous system in lowering chronic pain perception.

If a person is injured, for example, native cannabinoids increase, presumably in order to resolve the inflammation and other damage signals associated with injury.
They also increase after strenuous exercise, another stressor, and some scientists have argued that they, not the better-known endorphins, are really responsible for the pleasant postexercise feeling known as “runner’s high”.

Educational Videos:
Watch “Does CBD Work? How Effective is CBD Compared to OTC and Prescription Drugs by Thomas Delauer” on YouTube
https://youtu.be/DclklTCuCAg

Watch “This Happens In Your Body When You Start Using CBD Oil for Pain, Anxiety, Inflammation & more” on YouTube
https://youtu.be/l1Z1mKmVA9Y

Disclaimer:
All information provided, whether verbal or written, is for informational and educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Any reliance that you place on this information as at your own risk. Always consult with a healthcare or medical professional prior to utilizing CBD in your daily routine.
If you are taking a medication affected by CBD, you should always consult with your doctor to make sure that it is safe for you to supplement with CBD.

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