Depression continues to threaten humanity across the globe, with nearly half of the suicidal cases involving depressed individuals. The number of people having depressive episodes at least once a day continues to rise significantly, with the American adult population leading the pack.
Medical studies published in the world’s top medical journals have shown that cannabidiol (CBD) can be used to reduce the effects of cognitive decline caused by conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Cannabis products have exploded in popularity since the government legalized hemp-based CBD for over-the-counter use. One reason it’s so popular is because cannabis can treat pain, even severe pain in some cases, in a way that isn’t addictive like opioids.
Hope you had a nice 4th of July weekend. Did you have too many hotdogs? Upset stomach? We’ve all had a little bit of heartburn, gas or bloating when we “overdo it” now and again.
How do you know that the edible you are about to consume (in the portion you are about to consume it) is right for you?
Debbie Wilson: The Journey Back from Traumatic Brain Injury and Dementia, with a Side of Disappearing Diabetes
“In 2013, I had been diagnosed with dementia, and I could tell I was disappearing. I couldn’t even remember how to make myself coffee—or tell you how I take that cup of coffee.”
A single serving of this superfood supplies the body with fiber, magnesium, essential fatty acids, phosphorus, calcium, protein, and much more.
In 2014, a ground-breaking pre-clinical study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease proved that small amounts of THC can help reduce (and in some cases, even reverse) the symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease.