Right now, the benefits of CBD are purely anecdotal and have not been qualified by any serious medical studies. There have been a promising number of early-stage studies pointing towards several key benefits:
Reduced joint inflammation. Results from several small studies have shown a noticeable reduction in joint inflammation among patients taking CBD regularly.
Improved sleep quality. In studies aimed at qualifying CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties, better sleep quality has been recognized as a measurable benefit.
Reduced chronic pain. Studies exploring the benefits of CBD for pain relief potential have shown results including long-term pain reduction and a general reduction in overall pain symptoms.
Reduced anxiety. Very limited studies have shown promising potential for CBD as an anti-anxiety treatment, though it appears effects are dosage-dependent.
Reduction of seizures. One of the few FDA-qualified uses, the first prescription cannabis drug (Epidiolex) was just approved to treat epilepsy.
CBD continues to be the subject of clinical testing with strict controls. As a result, how it reacts with our bodies is becoming better understood everyday.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.