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Inflammation is widely considered to be the “root of all evil.” There are many different conditions and diseases that have a strong link in inflammation, such as obesity, diabetes, auto immune diseases and more.
If you can control inflammation, your can potentially control pain, illness and disease.
A localized physical condition in which part of the body will become reddened, swollen, hot, and often results in pain, especially as a reaction to injury or infection.
So how can you combat inflammation? One option is using a supplement such as an aspirin or ibuprofen.
Aspirin and Ibuprofen work well in offering an immediate, temporary fix. After the supplement wears off, you’re more than likely back to the aches and pains you originally had. While it’s important to ease the pain that inflammation causes, it’s even more important to attack the source of inflammation. Work towards curing the cause of inflammation, rather than just using a “band-aid” such as ibuprofen or aspirin.
This leads us to a product that some are calling a kryptonite for inflammation, CBD Oil.
Cannabis (which powers CBD Oil) has shown anti-inflammatory properties for a long time now. Recently, one of its compounds, Cannabidiol, was discovered to also play a significant role in fighting inflammation. This means, when CBD oil enters your body; whether in ointment, pill or tincture, it works with receptors known as the CB1 and CB2, which are found in the Endocannabinoid System. These receptors are located throughout the entire body. One of the significant functions of CB2 receptors is to control the amount of inflammation molecules produced at one inflamed site.
What you’ve just read is a fancy way of saying, CBD has proven to have a great impact on inflammation from a scientific level.
Your best bet is to try out some CBD oil for yourself and see how it helps with any issues related to inflammation. You can view our recommended CBD oil products here.
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