Why Take CBD Daily?
CBD on a daily is a net positive for maximum effect.
As a doctor, I’ll review what I’ve observed in recommending and managing many patients utilizing CBD.
As a diplomate of the Academy of Integrative Pain Management, I have worked with many patients that I have recommended cannabidiol (CBD) to monitor their progress over the years and have found one key factor to its successful implementation.
It makes no difference whether you’re new to the world of CBD or a veteran consumer.
I have found the key is “consistency” with your CBD oil which enhances the natural balancing properties while maximizing the effectiveness of the body’s endocannabinoid system.
Once absorbed by the body, CBD interacts with the cannabinoid receptors of the endocannabinoid system. This is a signaling network responsible for regulating and maintaining balance or homeostasis among many other physiologic processes.
These cannabinoid receptors are found on cells of the immune system as well as the central and peripheral nervous systems. Once activated, these receptors stimulate a chemical response designed to maintain a balance of our body functions.
A properly functioning endocannabinoid system promotes homeostasis by controlling functions such as, but not limited to, appetite, sleep, mood, pain response, and immune response. There have been many reports of users noticing effects as early as the very first time they take CBD oil.
I have seen several patients with a diagnosed case of Parkinson’s Disease experience a diminished rate of tremors within 30 seconds. I’ve also observed other patients who take several weeks to experience measurable changes. Therefore, many benefits of a highly functioning endocannabinoid system are not fully experienced right away.
In most cases, CBD will start interacting with the cannabinoid receptors within minutes of being absorbed and may begin the repair or replenishment process before it can be observed. CBD, like all cannabinoids, have what I call a ramping up or building up process within the body over time and can even stimulate an increase in cannabinoid receptors.
Some of my CBD patients have found that taking a serving of CBD oil just once a day works well for them. Others have found that splitting that same dosage up over 2-3 times a day is even more effective. This is obviously dependent upon the bioavailability of the delivery method used, dosage, along body size and metabolism.
The full effects of CBD may only remain in the system for 4-12 hours. I have monitored many patients using CBD, over the years, and have noticed those who maintain a consistent dosage intake of CBD on a daily basis generally see the most favorable results.
I typically recommend, based on their circumstance, daily dosage and split that over two or three applications per day to ensure even cannabinoid volumes in their system.
In many cases I have made recommendations as patient’s symptomatology or condition levels out, to slowly reduce the daily dosage and eventually reduce the applications to once per day if they are able to. If you’re like most people you’re probably wondering what I personally recommend for my patients, and if so head on over to CBDPROONLINE.COM to learn from my experience as a doctor working with CBD since 2013.
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