ThoughtCloud Daily CBD (Strong) – Signature Series
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Our ThoughtCloud Signature Series Daily CBD tincture provides a low dosage of full spectrum CBD safe for low weight and low height people while remaining strong enough for the average-sized adult. With multiple flavors to choose between, there’s something for everyone.
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- Place ½ mL (20-30 drops) sublingually (under the tongue) or add to your favorite food or drink.
- Take 1-3 times daily, or as needed.
- Store in a cool, dry place. Use within 12 months of opening.
- Contains 7.5mg of CBD per serving.
Coconut MCT Oil*, Natural Flavor*, Full Spectrum Hemp Extract.
*USDA Organic Ingredient
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Made from organically grown, raw, non-GMO hemp plants from select farms throughout the US.
No herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers used.
All of our products are 100% vegan. We never test on our furry friends!
A third-party lab tests every batch for purity.
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Daily CBD Signature Series (Benefits and Research)
Never worry about taking too much CBD again with the CBD Daily formula. It provides a low dosage safe for low weight and low height people while remaining strong enough for the average-sized adult.
The formula can help with several health ailments. It’s a CBD oil for stress, behavioral issues, and a holistic approach to ADHD, autism, and anger. It may reduce several types of pain, including fibromyalgia and arthritis, and it’s ideal for managing inflammation. If you’re looking for something that can improve your mental and physical health, the Signature Series provides a perfect solution.
Why CBD Daily – Signature Series:
The Signature Series provides the ultimate dosage control. It’s low enough to be safe for low-weight, low-height persons, while strong enough to work for the average-sized adult. To avoid taking too much CBD, some people prefer taking multiple smaller doses in a day, over large doses once or twice a day. However you prefer to administer your cannabidiol, this formula allows you to have complete control.
It comes in three flavors for those who don’t like the taste of coconut or hemp found in our other oils. They taste great on their own or mixed in with food and drinks. Try adding your preferred number of drops to a morning smoothie or an evening fruit bowl for a healthy snack that can help you feel better.
This formula includes CBC, which is said to be a great holistic approach to ADHD and can help with pain management, sleep issues, and those struggling with autism and anger issues. It’s the CBD oil for stress, anxiety, and overall better mental health. The full spectrum of cannabinoids provides the perfect pathway to mind-body balance. Feel calm, at ease, and comfortable in your body.
How Does the CBD Daily Formula Work?
Within your body is the endocannabinoid system (ECS), made for processing cannabinoids. The ECS runs along with the central and peripheral nervous systems. It processes cannabinoids through two types of receptors that live throughout your body, spine, organs, and even immune cells. These receptors allow the cannabinoids to affect just about every system in your body, creating the pathway for their extensive benefits.
When you take the Daily formula, you’re getting the full spectrum of cannabinoids! When these compounds work together, they enhance each other’s effects, making them stronger. So, you’re getting more out of each drop of the Signature Series. It’s the CBD oil for stress, anxiety, and sleeping problems. Perfect for those looking for a holistic approach to ADHD, autism, and anger, or behavioral issues. The formula can help with several types of pain, chronic to acute, and arthritis to fibromyalgia.
You can start by taking just a few drops and increase your dosage over time if you’re concerned about taking too much CBD.
Inflammation and Arthritis –
There’s a large body of research on cannabinoids and their ability to help with inflammation. It’s also one of the most commonly reported uses of CBD by individuals. We’ve seen evidence for CBD reducing most types of inflammation. The cannabinoid can reduce swelling from a recent injury, chronic pain, or other medical issues. Autoimmune disorders and gastric problems are often related to inflammation, and CBD can help with both.
Swelling in the joints is a common symptom of arthritis. By reducing that inflammation, CBD can help reduce pain associated with arthritis. Cannabidiol is particularly helpful for those with rheumatoid arthritis. Research shows the compound has strong pain-relieving effects while significantly suppressing the disease’s activity.
It’s the perfect CBD oil for the stress that inflammation and arthritis put on the body.
Behavioral Issues and ADHD –
Neurodivergence (ND) like ADHD and autism don’t need curing. They’re just different ways of thinking. Sometimes though, these divergences in mental processes make certain aspects of daily life harder to manage. If you’re looking for a holistic approach to ADHD, autism, and anger management from the frustrations of being boxed in, CBD may be able to help. Users report having better focus, better performance at work, and less stress over sudden changes when taking this formula.
Research backs up these users’ experiences. In a study, CBD helped to alleviate hyperactivity in participants with ADHD. Without excessive movements and distractions, those in the study had better focus and were able to perform better in school and work.
Meanwhile, research shows that children on the autism spectrum who struggle with their behavior show improvements from taking CBD.
Fibromyalgia and Pain Management –
Cannabinoids and pain management have a long history together. It’s one of the oldest uses for the compounds, which means there’s a lot of research on the subject. Not only do users report less pain from regular use of CBD, but study after study has also confirmed these results.
In a study on chronic pain and fibromyalgia, CBD stopped or reduced the participants’ aches and pains. Those with hard to treat cases, who weren’t experiencing relief from medications, finally got their discomfort under control through taking cannabinoids.
Overall, the research results are consistent; CBD can help with chronic and acute pain. It can help with delayed onset muscle soreness from an intense workout or day of moving. It’s great for hard to treat pain, back and knee pain, and just about every other type of pain.
Mental Health –
Another prevalent use of CBD is to improve your mental health. One of the fantastic things about cannabinoids is how they can help balance both the body and the mind, providing aid to your whole system over fragments.
CBD can help with symptoms of anxiety, depression, PTSD, PD, GAD, and SAD. The largest body of research on the subject focused on the effects of CBD on stress and anxiety. There’s more than the full spectrum of cannabinoids can do, though! Several studies have also pointed to CBD helping to improve sleep quality, particularly in those managing other medical conditions.
When you take CBD oil for stress or anxiety, it works best if you do so regularly instead of at the onset of symptoms. While some users experience relief from their symptoms 30 minutes after taking the oil, it’s common that it won’t take full effect until it’s been in your system for a few days.
Think about it like taking vitamins when you have a deficiency. You often don’t notice an immediate difference. Over time though, you realize you’re feeling better, and that’s because the vitamins have had time to replenish your system. You may find you need to give the cannabinoids time to replenish you as well.
Seizure Medications –
The first double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial on CBD for seizures provided class one evidence for its effectiveness. The research team paired cannabidiol with traditional anticonvulsant medications in otherwise non-responsive patients. The combination eliminated or reduced the seizures in these patients, an exciting discovery for anyone struggling to get a hold of their seizures.
In addition to this study, both the European Federation of Neurological Societies and the Canadian Pain Society support CBD’s use for symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy. They propose that cannabinoids can help with symptoms of pain, depression, and convulsion.
You’ll also find several reports from users of eliminating or reducing their seizures through CBD. There’s a general consistency in these results. It seems the only remaining question is how to take the perfect amount to help without ingesting too much CBD. As research continues on the subject, we will get the answers to this question and so many more!
With so many incredible benefits, it’s good to look into the research behind how CBD works. You don’t have to take our word on it, check out the plethora of studies we’ve looked into about the types of aid cannabinoids can provide.
CBD Daily for Inflammation and Arthritis –
Inflammation and arthritis go hand in hand. They can cause pain, limit movement, and impair your overall health. Fortunately, there’s a large body of research showing that cannabinoids can reduce inflammation and manage arthritis.
In one study, cannabinoids like CBD were 20 times more effective than aspirin. Considering that NSAIDs like aspirin are the most common treatment option for swelling, these results could lead to major changes. Ibuprofen, aspirin, and naproxen, the three most popular NSAIDs, can wreak havoc on your organs. Their effects can range from mild symptoms like nausea to life-threatening long-term harm of liver or kidney damage. Cannabinoids provide a safe, natural alternative that can be more effective than these other medications.
According to a separate study, CBD may also help with inflammation related to autoimmune disorders. The cannabinoid both reduced swelling and improved immune functions. The UCPPS clinic published a paper on their clinical trials, showing that CBD reduces inflammation as well.
These effects on swelling may be related to a study that looked to CBD for help with rheumatoid arthritis. The cannabinoid helped reduce pain and improve both mobility and sleep quality.
Help for Behavioral Issues and ADHD –
While autism and anger aren’t always linked, there’s a relationship between them and the struggle to fit the “behavioral norm.” Anger management can be a struggle for all neuro types that can get in the way of work, relationships, and overall happiness.
In a study on cannabinoids for children on the autism spectrum, CBD helped improve behavior problems that were otherwise unable to be addressed and had limited to no adverse side effects on a majority of the children. The few bad reactions recorded in a small percentage of participants were decreased appetite and irritability. One child had a serious psychotic event due to extremely high dosages, emphasizing the importance of using lower doses in these cases.
Since the conventional treatments for ADHD tend to be a form of amphetamine, it’s common for people to look for a holistic approach to ADHD management. CBD may be the option those people are looking for. In this study, cannabinoids reduced hyperactivity in patients with ADHD and improved symptoms of social anxiety disorder. They also saw benefits for those on the autism spectrum. The study provides class B evidence for these benefits, which means there’s a fair amount of evidence to support these results.
Mental Health Improvements –
CBD can help put the mind at ease and manage the symptoms of several mental health challenges. Anxiety seems to be the most common reason people turn to cannabinoids to improve their mental well-being. Not surprising when you look at the research. In one study, CBD relieved symptoms of anxiety without any adverse side effects in participants. A separate study showed that CBD could help with symptoms of anxiety and PTSD, PD, GAD, and SAD. Medications for these diagnoses tend to come with a myriad of side effects from extreme drowsiness, to memory impairment and dizzy spells. The researchers were excited to see CBD could provide the same benefits without the long list of adverse side effects.
Sleep has a major impact on mental health. Deprivation can result in impaired mental functions, added stress, and harder to handle emotions. Fortunately, there are several studies showing CBD improves sleep. In one such study, CBD significantly improved sleep quality while reducing neuropathic and peripheral pain. Another study verified these results, with CBD helping participants get better sleep and feeling well-rested when they woke.
Managing Pain and Fibromyalgia –
If you look into the effects of CBD on pain, you’ll find a cornucopia of studies. In a review of such studies, CBD reduced or eliminated chronic pain. The report focused on neuropathic and central pain states. Overall though, the research pointed to a general improvement in pain from a myriad of conditions.
Similarly, a meta-analysis of clinical trials for pain management with cannabinoids concluded they help mitigate several pain types. The analysis results were so strong that the research team proposed CBD would make a great pharmacotherapy or medication for pain.
In addition, the UCPPS clinic performed clinical trials on CBD for pelvic pain. Their patients experienced less pain and bladder spasms. The researchers saw analgesic, antispasmodic, and antibacterial properties in CBD from these trials. Reducing pain and muscle or organ spasms can significantly improve the quality of life for people with several ailments.
As for fibromyalgia, there are several reports of improved symptoms through taking cannabinoids. So, a group of scientists looked to verify these results in their study. They concluded that CBD is an excellent treatment option for managing pain from fibromyalgia, particularly in those who were unresponsive to other treatment options. Fibro never goes away, but finding a way to alleviate the symptoms would allow patients to live their lives with greater ease and comfort.
Supplementing Seizure Medications –
Having seizures isn’t just scary and dangerous; it impacts several aspects of life. Finding a solution can mean finally returning to activities you may have thought you had to give up forever.
In the first of its kind, a clinical study provided class one, double-blind, placebo-based evidence that CBD can help eliminate or minimize seizures. In this study, the cannabinoids did not work on their own. Instead, they paired traditional anticonvulsant medications with cannabinoids. Combined, the two either stopped or limited the number of seizures in participants with drug-resistant seizures. The study emphasized the effectiveness of pairing cannabinoids and typical medications in patients with Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
A separate study also saw promise for managing seizures with CBD. The team noted that both the European Federation of Neurological Societies and the Canadian Pain Society support CBD’s use for symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy. They saw the potential for cannabinoids reducing seizures, alleviating pain, and helping with depression, all common symptoms of MS.
The Other Cannabinoids –
When the full spectrum of cannabinoids works together, they provide a synergistic effect, according to this study. This improved functionality from working together is called the entourage effect, and it’s not limited to hemp. Research into several herbal remedies shows they work best when we use the whole plant over isolating the active ingredients. So, keeping the full spectrum of cannabinoids in this formula enhances the benefits of each of the cannabinoids.
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Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
The effects of cannabinoids described here are based on preliminary data, and are to be treated as such. No claims are made as to the statistical significance of the results, or lack of bias in the data.
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