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Can CBD Oil Help Alleviate Allergies?

Can CBD Oil Help Alleviate Allergies?


There are a lot of people out there that claim CBD can cure all even allergies, but can it really do that? Let's get to the bottom of this. First, Mayo Clinic explains allergy as: Allergies occur when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance — such as pollen, bee venom or pet dander — or a food that doesn't cause a reaction in most people. When you have allergies your immune system creates antibodies to battle allergies. The antibodies will identify the allergens as dangerous even if it is not a threat. Your immune system reaction will cause inflammation to the skin area, rashes, sinus infections and infections to the airways or digestive system.


Can CBD Oil Help With Allergies?


First, it's important to have an understanding that CBD should never replace medication. CBD is not a miracle drug that cures everything. Even if CBD could help alleviate allergic symptoms chances are modern medicine would do a better job. CBD should always be used as a supplement to be used alongside medication to boost potency with treatment.


There is very little research that has been done on CBD's role with allergies. Most of the research has been done on lab animals and more testing with humans is needed. But, CBD may assist people suffering from allergies with its anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties. Many studies have shown that the anti-inflammatory properties from CBD can alleviate some of the symptoms by reducing inflammation that is caused by allergies. CBD can also regulate the immune system and as a result help the body's response to allergens.


We know that CBD interacts with our Endocannabinoid System (ECS). Apart from regulating mood, sleep, appetite, ECS is also responsible for regulating health functions of the immune system, nervous systems and your body organs. CBD will help enhance ECS operations. When your body is not functioning properly it could cause allergies and the immune system to bring suffering to patients. CBD along with the endocannabinoid system will help bring stability in your body.


What is the right CBD dosage for allergies? The unique thing about CBD is that there is no right or wrong when it comes to dosage. How much CBD you need or how your body responds to CBD is highly individualized. Some people need more while just a little is perfect for some. It's advisable to start with low dosage and begin to increase if needed after your body is used to CBD. At Mellow Organic we advise our clients to start with 0.25-0.50 ml if they are using Mellow CBD Oil 900 mg CBD made from CBD Isolate or 0.25 ml if they are using Mellow Full Spectrum CBD Oil 1,800 mg CBD made from Full Spectrum since it has a higher potency. Experimenting with dosage is highly recommended to help you find the right balance.


If you like to start taking CBD for allergies it's best to:


Consult with your doctor for the best kind of CBD products to help with your ailment.


There are three types of CBD: Full Spectrum like its name comes with all the terpenes, flavonoids, fatty acids, CBD, THC and other cannabinoids. Broad Spectrum is similar to the above, but it doesn't contain THC. CBD Isolate contains the purest form of CBD and doesn't contain THC or any other cannabinoids or components from the cannabis plant.


CBD does not have any psychoactive effects while THC can cause intoxication if taken in large amounts.


There may be side effects that come with CBD such as dry mouth, diarrhea, fatigue, dizziness and changes in appetite.


Ask for lab tests or Certificate of Analysis before buying your next CBD products.


CBD is a natural holistic supplement so allow some time for your body to get used to CBD.


CBD may interfere with other medications. Always consult with your medical provider if you are currently on any kind of medication.


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Written by Vivek Roachthavilit







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