Smoking cannabis can affect a person’s calorie intake. Cannabinoids found in these plants bind to CB receptors and increase hunger. Someone who consumes marijuana in high doses tends to enjoy food more often and more easily hungry. Using CBD or marijuana oil can be beneficial for people who are underweight, malnourished, or affected by HIV-AIDS or cancer, which causes loss of appetite. On the other hand, if the cannabinoids in your body produce a cascade (yes, you have one in your own body too!) It has been observed that the same CB receptors can also cause weight loss and anorexia. Exactly how Cannabidiol or CBD oil helps manage your weight needs to be studied further.
Then, who would have thought marijuana could fight acne! CBD inhibits the lipogenic action of compounds such as arachidonic acid, testosterone, and linoleic acid in your skin cells. It also has antiproliferative and anti-inflammatory effects on sebocytes (actively secreting epithelial cells) and hence stopping acne and spreading. CBD also has strong antioxidant properties so it can fight oxidative and chemical stress by removing free radicals in the blood. All of these properties produce skin that looks younger, wrinkle-free, supple, clean, soft, and radiant.
One thing is certain, CBD oil has many hidden benefits that still require years of research and understanding. But, if you still want to use CBD oil, here are a few points to remember:
How to use:
– CBD oil can be consumed directly in small doses as a nutritional supplement, because it has good fats (EFAs), vitamins E and A, and abundant minerals.
– CBD oil concentrate can be injected into the skin, added to body care products, or even topically applied.
– CBD oil evaporation is a new approach that can be used to consume it in large quantities effectively.
– CBD ethanol extract is also available in various carrier oils such as coconut oil, flaxseed, and olive oil.
How Much Consumption Per Day:
– CBD intake depends on the BMI (Body Mass Index) per individual and the problem being addressed.
– Doses of CBD oil or extracts starting from 1 mg/day to around 1000 mg/day are still considered safe.
– Each body responds to the CBD dose differently. Don’t try to treat it yourself and formulate a dose without medical supervision.