CBD Oil for Cystic Fibrosis
- Effective Therapy for Severe Damage in the Lung and Digestive System
- Narrated by: Rose Sunshine
- Length: 40 mins
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Often abbreviated simply as CF, Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic condition. You are born with the condition, and it is impossible to catch it later in life. This is an inherited disease that causes sticky mucus to build up in the digestive system and lungs. Unfortunately, it is a progressive genetic disease which results in persistent lung infections. Over time, it reduces your ability to breathe.
According to the cystic fibrosis foundation, over 30,000 people are living with CF in the United States, from an estimated worldwide total of 70,000. Here are a few more cystic fibrosis statistics:
- Around 1,000 new cases are diagnosed annually
- Up to 75 percent of people with CF are diagnosed by the age of 2
- Over half of the CF population is aged 18+
- An estimated 4 percent of the population carries the faulty gene that causes CF, generally without any knowledge or awareness.
Although it is not a terminal illness, cystic fibrosis can significantly shorten a person’s lifespan. As there are no known cures, it is only natural that sufferers are seeking alternative treatments. Recent research on CBD suggests that it could potentially alleviate some of the symptoms.
Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a well known product that originates from cannabis. CBD is a cannabis compound that has significant medical benefits but no psychoactive effects, meaning that it does not make users "high". The fact that CBD is non-psychoactive makes it an appealing option for patients looking for relief from inflammation, anxiety, pain, and of course nausea, to name just a few. While there is still some controversy surrounding cannabis and products like CBD oil, the awareness around the various health benefits that CBD has to offer is growing rapidly.
CBD can be found in a number of forms, including capsules, liquid oil, salves, creams, tinctures, sublingual supplements, sprays, oils as a paste and in edible forms, such as CBD Gummies or sweets. You also have the option to inhale CBD oil from vapor-releasing pens, similar to the technology for e-cigarettes. The variation in the number of methods used to consume CBD oil, means that there is a lot of controlled flexibility concerning concentration. This makes CBD Oil useful for people of all ages, for whatever personal needs.
While CBD does not have any major side effects, it is important to note that there is the possibility of side effects such as dizziness, low blood pressure, or withdrawal symptoms, such as irritability. Therefore it is extremely important to consult with your primary physician before you decide to go down the CBD route.