Does CBD cause addiction?

Artigo actualizado em March, 2024

CBD is now a trend that has reached everyone’s ears, but many people are still skeptical because they associate it with cannabis sold on the street and the illegal market. But we at HempyRoots are here to demystify it.

CBD is neither psychoactive nor addictive. It is one of the compounds in the cannabis plant that is recognized as having the most benefits and CBD has yet to be fully discovered, but it is one of the plant’s most promising substances.

Although the studies aren’t that in-depth yet and there isn’t that much interest in doing so, the Hemp industry is taking hold and Cannabis Sativa is getting closer and closer to being considered a plant for good.

CBD is not intoxicating for the body, nor is it seen as an addiction, because it doesn’t alter the way our brain works, it doesn’t get us high, it doesn’t give us paranoia, it doesn’t create anxiety – quite the opposite.

Many people already use CBD to combat pain and inflammation. Little by little, we’re beginning to find more and more benefits from one of the more than 400 compounds in the cannabis plant.

There are many other areas where CBD can help and several studies indicate this, but it’s all still very new, but we’ll list a few below:

– Helps people with epileptic seizures;

– Helps with migraines;

– Helps with inflammation;

– Helps strengthen the immune system;

– Helps with chronic pain;

– Helps muscles recover;

– Helps combat anxiety;

– Helps fight addictions to other drugs.

These are just some of the areas that CBD can help, although there are still no scientific studies that approve, nor medical institutions that support and advise, we have several independent organizations that support CBD.

We hope you enjoyed the article and that it has removed some of your doubts.

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