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  • Can CBD Help You Sleep? Here's What The Research Tells Us

    How tired are you right now? If you're like many Americans, your answer probably leans more toward the sleep-deprived side.

    Fifty to 70 million of us suffer from sleep problems, according to the National Sleep Foundation. And it's not just falling asleep that vexes us. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention found that one-third of the U.S population -- 100 million people -- aren’t staying asleep during the night.

    “As a nation, we are not getting enough sleep,” says Dr. Wayne Giles, M.D., the standing director of the CDC’s Division of Population Health. To compound its importance, lack of sleep negatively affects overall health. A recent study found that individuals with insomnia are five times more likely to suffer from anxiety or depression and have double the risk of congestive heart failure.

  • Voted Best CBD Gummies 2020 | Best Feeling CBD | Online Store UK

    The great thing about CBD gummies compared to CBD oils is that you can easily add ingredients that enhance a particular benefit that CBD provides.

    For example:

    CBD is known to improve sleep. But if you add another well-known sleep-improving ingredient like melatonin, you get an even more powerful product.

    Another example:

    CBD is known to have anti-inflammatory effects. Well, if you combine CBD with another strong anti-inflammatory ingredient like turmeric, you get an even more powerful anti-inflammatory product.

    And while in the early days of CBD products these types of products were unheard of…

    These days you have some highly transparent CBD product manufacturers like CBDfx selling exactly these types of products…

    In the form of CBD gummies!

  • The Body’s Endocannabinoid System | Best Feeling CBD| UK Online CBD Store

    The Body’s Endocannabinoid System

    As a teenager, Andrew Kerklaan had to see a surgeon. He’d been having numbness and back pain, so he went to the doctor’s office, waited three hours, and was told that nope, sorry, he did not have a back problem and unfortunately the surgeon was really busy and there would be no time for questions. Then he went to a chiropractor. Kerklaan in fact had a stress fracture (something he actually attributes to the paper route he had as a kid). As unpleasant a medical journey as it was, it also brought a pretty big silver lining: Kerklaan became a chiropractor in London and later in his hometown of Montreal, and for the past twenty years he’s been helping people in pain.

  • Cannabis in Light of the Opioid Crisis | Best Feeling UK | CBD Alternatives | A Goop blog

    Cannabis in Light of the Opioid Crisis 

    It’s been hotly debated for years: Does cannabis have a legitimate medical use? It’s a Schedule I drug in the United States, meaning the federal government’s official view was—and still is—that marijuana has no legitimate medical purpose. Individual states, however, have recognized the research on marijuana’s clinical benefits for a variety of conditions. Now the first cannabis-derived drug—Epidolex, an oral cannabidiol (CBD) solution used to ease seizures in two rare forms of epilepsy—has been approved by the FDA, and the specific formulation rescheduled to Schedule V (meaning it has accepted medical use and low potential for abuse). This doesn’t affect the scheduling of other CBD products but may open the door for other cannabis-derived drugs in the future.