Anxiety Disorder

Affects 20% of people, impacting the fight-or-flight response with continuous bursts of adrenaline without any obvious triggers. Types of Anxiety include; Generalized, Social Anxiety Panic disorders, and PTSD.

Anxiety is rooted in genetics, environmental forces, financial stress, life experience, our social life, and overall circumstances.

Diagnosed after 6 months of; restlessness, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, irritability, muscle tension, and sleep disturbance and all are complicated by trauma. COVID has increased stress, isolation, and feelings of overwhelm for the entire planet.

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Mental Health & Cannabis

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Mental Health & Cannabis

Understand how and why CBD/Cannabis medicine can be helpful for alleviating symptoms of a variety of mental health conditions, such as: Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, PTSD, Psychosis, and Addiction. Begin a new path to wholeness today.


How Cannabis Can Help

More than 40 clinical experiments have rigorously investigated the effectiveness of cannabis Chemotype III – Full Spectrum CBD (low THC) based therapeutics in treating epilepsy. These studies consistently indicate the potential for therapeutic benefits. High-quality randomized controlled trials have provided evidence that the use of CBD in particular greatly reduces the frequency, severity, and duration of seizures in affected children. CBD, the pioneering compound, belongs to a novel class of antiepileptic drugs and has received FDA approval for marketing as Epidiolex.

THC activates CB1 receptors in the amygdala and hippocampus, calming the fear and initiating a sense of wellbeing. CBD promotes Anandamide – the natural bliss compound, helping ease stress at CB1 in the brain. CBD directly activates the Serotonin (5Ht1A) receptor, which helps create and retain Serotonin just like the anti-anxiety / antidepressant effects of SSRIs.


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