CBD Therapeutic Uses

Cannabinoid popularly known as the CBD is a natural recommended cure for several common diseases. It is one of the several chemicals that are extracted from the cannabis sativa plant, with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)being the main extract is not psychoactive this is one of the  CBD therapeutic uses since it does not induce the getting ‘high’ sensation therefore seeking treatment from pain without having to endure the mind-altering effects of cannabis sativa or prescribed pharmaceutical drugs. 

How does CBD work? 

Studies show that the human body contains a specialized system called the endocannabinoid system which controls and regulates functions such as sleep, appetite, pain, sensation and the immune system response. The body produces two kinds of receptors namely CB 1 which regulate pain, emotions, mood and the CB 2 receptors which control the immune system. The CBD stimulates the receptors so that the body produces the endocannabinoids. 

Evidence supporting the health benefits for CBD 

Cannabis Sativa has been used as a remedy for pain since 2900 B.C, since then studies have been carried out to support and validate the use of Cannabinoids. Strong evidence supports the effectiveness of the CBD for example, it has been used to treat epilepsy syndromes such as the Draver syndrome and Lennox-Gas taut syndrome which do not respond to any kind of anti-seizure pharmaceutical prescribed drugs. In several findings it was able to stop them, CBD therapeutic uses include: 

May relieve pain  

Studies have shown that certain components of cannabis, including CBD, are responsible for pain relieving effects by affecting endocannabinoid receptor activity. Could reduce mental disorder related symptoms and can treat some disorders such as anxiety disorder has proved to have less side effects compared to pharmaceutical drugs. May alleviate cancer related symptoms cancer treatment causes nausea and pain but studies have proved patients treated to CBD feel better after chemotherapy Falling asleep, studies show that people who have trouble sleeping can get help by using the CBD since it can induce sleep and reduce insomnia.  

Is CBD safe to use? 

CBD is safe when taken in appropriate doses with the guidance of a healthcare provider. Doses of up to 200 mg-daily have been used safely for up to 13 weeks. However, CBD can cause some side effects such as dry mouth, low blood pressure and light headedness. 


Under the directions of a trained physician CBD therapeutic uses are legitimate, legal safe and natural. To some ailments is safe compared to pharmaceutical drugs with lesser adverse side effects  

For more information about Lumiere quality cannabbinoids