Treat Anxiety with CBD

By David Jenison

A person can experience the benefits of CBD through traditional delivery devices (e.g., pipes, vapes, rolling papers), but non-psychoactive CBD oils are produced using various extraction methods. Oil concentrates can be smoked, ingested and/or topically applied, and they provide low-dose, high-potency, non-psychoactive medicine appropriate for all ages and that will not impair vehicle operation. Some studies do suggest, however, that cannabinoids have mutually enhancing effects that make whole-plant consumption more effective therapeutically.

Whether anxiety is normal or pathological, cannabis and CBD oils typically provide relief. Individuals with severe anxiety disorders, however, should pursue comprehensive care that includes CBD and therapeutic modalities like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). If you suffer from an anxiety disorder, take advantage of CBD, but also get professional clinical help to improve thought patterns, develop life tools and build support networks to reduce anxiety and handle panic attacks when they strike.

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