In this point there is quite a large amount of research, all of which points to the impressive advantages of CBD for inflammation, usually by looking at the biomarkers of inflammation (s) and positive improvements when subjects use CBD.
What is CBD?
If you are hidden beneath the rocks you may never have heard of the CBD! Trumping THCs as the most widely discussed cannabinoid marijuana plant, CBD are a non-psychoactive substance containing a ridiculous list of benefits!
Here are just a few incredible facts about the CBD:
What Is Inflammation?
Before we dive into the research around CBD and Inflammation, I think it’s good to define exactly what’s going on. Armed with this basic understanding, you will better understand the results of the research I will present you today.
Inflammation is a physical reaction to harmful stimuli.
Many things can cause that response in your body, which is why more inflammation is what I would think of as a “warning sign,” not the disease itself. As I mentioned earlier, because it is a warning sign, it is usually associated with many different diseases in humans.
The main signs of inflammation are: pain, swelling, pain, tiredness, itchy skin, redness, heat, and even bowel problems such as ulcerative colitis, IBS and diarrhea.
Inflammation is basically a generic response to a threat to your health. Your body activates your immune system while trying to fight the “attacker”. Unfortunately, for most people, their habits are what causes inflammation in the first place.
They attack themselves!
Poor habits like bad nutrition, deficiencies in micronutrients, excessive stress and constant exposure to endocrine chemicals like those found in plastic, smog in the air, and even many foods, are constantly bombarding our body every day and if you’re not aware of them, they basically just intensify their attack on your body.
It’s no wonder that this is the common thing these days, and autoimmune diseases are increasing every year. Let’s literally let this happen to ourselves. And if we do not wake this reality, it will still happen.
Encourage the deaths of T cells and dendritic cells – two immune cells that play an important role in inflammatory response and play.
Increase the production of eicosanoids – signaling molecules, or “local hormones”, which stimulate inflammation.
The anti-inflammatory effects of CBD have also been shown to effectively reduce the pain caused by chronic inflammatory diseases.
Advantages of CBD for inflammation
CBD and Diabetes:
By reducing insulin resistance and improving insulin sensitivity, CBD has shown in two separate studies to reduce the onset of diabetes and the development of latent diabetes in people with diabetes mellitus. Interestingly, this result was followed by a shift from a pro-inflammatory cytokine response to an anti-inflammatory response.
Important agents of death of β-cells in type 1 diabetes of different radicals and oxidants of the species, including NO and infiltration, macrophages are a source of high concentrations of NO and inflammatory cytokines which further enhance the formation of NO and ROS.
CBD has been shown in several studies to block the ROS induced overgrowth of adhesion molecules on the surface because of blood glucose levels, which preserve the protective function of endothelial cells, with those unpleasant radicals and other oxidants infiltrated blood cells.
CBD to Help Depression and Anxiety
A large amount of evidence in recent years has been associated with a similar cytokine inflammatory response to depression in humans. The most noteworthy explanation is that the presence of excess free radicals and oxidants activates the Mycobacterium Cells to signal the release of proinflammatory cytokines, leading to depression.
It has been reported that the CBD calms this response in medical research.
This study has specifically evaluated the antidepressant and activity that enhances the mood of CBD fans on the oil that its effect was dose-dependent.
CBD and Anti-Pain Anti-Inflammation Applications
Research in this area of CBD and inflammation is developing rapidly, and many of these articles that I have presented have presented some very interesting theories on promising therapies for people with diseases that are characterized by inflammation response due to microglial cell activation and the resulting pro-inflammatory cytokine increase.
I think it is very important to identify the real causes of this inflammatory trigger; but countless people around the world now are in this state of health because of their bad decisions (known and unknown). This is perhaps not their fault, but now it is our responsibility to do something positive in order to help first mitigate our inflammatory response through effective natural therapies, then we must identify the causes of our personal illness and these bad habits they are related to stress, nutrition or exposure to toxins in the environment.