ThoughtCloud Full Spectrum CBD in Coconut MCT Oil
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This ThoughtCloud Full Spectrum CBD tincture in Coconut MCT Oil doesn’t just have CBD. It has five other cannabinoids that all work together to provide you with the benefits you need!
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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 25mg of CBD per serving.
Coconut MCT Oil*, Full Spectrum Hemp Extract.
*USDA Organic Ingredient
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Want to Learn More Full Spectrum CBD Oil (Benefits and Research)
The Full Spectrum CBD Oil doesn’t just have CBD. It has five other cannabinoids that work together to provide you with the benefits you need. Some of the most common uses of CBD are for pain management, inflammation reduction, and to aid in managing anxiety symptoms. That’s not all it can do, though. The cannabinoid can help with headaches, aid in improving your overall mental health, and help address several skin conditions.
Why Full Spectrum CBD:
CBD works with your endocannabinoid system (ECS), located throughout your body. The cannabinoid receptors of the ECS system are in your brain, spine, gastrointestinal system, skin, and just about everywhere else. It can impact your well-being on a cellular level.
It’s because of the ECS that CBD can help with so many ailments from pain to inflammation to your mental health. The ECS doesn’t just work with CBD though, it works with every cannabinoid, including the cannabinoids your body makes itself.
The full spectrum formula allows you to activate more of the receptors in your ECS, allowing the cannabinoids to affect more systems. As if that wasn’t enough, when all of the cannabinoids work together, they become more potent. There’s a synergy among hemp components that enhances the benefits each of the cannabinoids provide. By using a full spectrum formula, you’re getting more out of the benefits you already love.
It’s easy to try CBD with a few quick drops, and there are limited to no adverse side effects. So you can feel comfortable deciding if it’s right for you.
How Does Full Spectrum CBD Work?
Cannabidiol takes effect in several systems in your body, allowing it to help with such a wide array of ailments. It can help reduce inflammation because of your endocannabinoid system. You can get relief from pain through the activation of cannabinoid receptors in your ECS. Since the ECS is found in your brain as well, it can impact hormones and improve your mental health. The cannabinoid is particularly helpful for addressing anxiety symptoms, with users often reporting immediate results. We see similar reactions when people use the compound to help with a headache.
Not every condition can get immediate comfort from CBD, though. When you try the CBD for the first time, you may not experience instant relief. That’s because the cannabinoid works to restore balance to your endocannabinoid system. If you’ve had an issue for a long time, it will likely take regular usage of the oil before you notice a difference. The good news is the cannabinoids are working to help restore balance, which can help provide a long term solution to your needs.
How to Use CBD for Pain:
The best way to use CBD for pain depends on the type of pain you are experiencing. If you have chronic pain from ongoing issues, it will take longer for the cannabinoids to take effect. They’re working to help restore balance to your endocannabinoid system, which often requires taking CBD regularly.
If you have sore muscles or an acute issue, CBD can still help. You can take it orally or apply the cannabinoid directly to an area of concern. The compound will immediately set to work to help you with your problem. Depending on the cause of the pain, you can experience relief shortly after using CBD.
How you use CBD will depend on what type of issue you’re trying to address.
How Can CBD Improve Mental Health?
One of the most common reasons people say they use CBD is to help with anxiety symptoms. They often experience an immediate reduction in these symptoms. Regular usage over a long period may even reduce the onset of symptoms. Wouldn’t that be great?
CBD isn’t just for anxiety; it can help with several other types of mental health needs. There’s preliminary evidence it can help with depression and a lot of research into cannabidiol for several different mental health disorders. In a large study, CBD helped relieve symptoms of PTSD, PD, GAD, and SAD. While the cannabinoid cannot cure these disorders, it can provide much-needed symptom relief while you work through the underlying cause.
Before you try the CBD for mental health issues, make sure it won’t be counteractive with any medications you’re currently taking. A quick conversation with your therapist should provide you with the answers you need!
How to Use CBD with Seizure Medications:
First of all, talk to your doctor! It’s always essential to have a chat with your physician when you’re taking medications, to ensure there aren’t any negative interactions.
Two studies were recently able to provide class one evidence that CBD helps reduce seizures when paired with traditional anti-seizure medications. Class one evidence is the highest rigor of scientific evidence. This marks an exciting move forward to CBD in the potential to help improve the lives of those who suffer from seizures.
How Does CBD Address Inflammation?
The full-spectrum CBD is great for helping with inflammation of several types. There’s a plethora of research into the anti-inflammatory properties of cannabidiol. It can help with edema, internal inflammation, or swelling from injury. There’s even a study that cited CBD to be 20 times stronger than aspirin at reducing inflammation. That’s not even getting into the anti-inflammatory capacities of the rest of the cannabinoids.
The combined powers of CBD and other cannabinoids can provide pivotal aid in addressing inflammatory issues.
How to Use CBD for Your Skin:
CBD can help with several skin ailments. It’s said to have a three-pronged attack against acne, helping to kill bacteria, regulate sebum production, and reduce inflammation. The anti-inflammatory properties of CBD can also help with skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
If you want to try CBD skincare products, we have several to choose between. They aren’t your only option, though. You can easily add the full-spectrum CBD to your favorite beauty products to take advantage of the benefits! It’s a great way to see the effects for yourself without changing your current beauty routine.
How Can CBD Relieve a Headache?
There are multiple reports from people and scientific studies into the effects of cannabinoids on headaches. Overall, the results have consistently shown that CBD can help relieve headaches. Great news for anyone who’s ever suffered from a migraine. Most people take a cannabinoid formula at the onset of a headache and experience some relief in a short period of time.
Some with chronic headaches find that daily CBD administration helps to stop their headaches before they even start.
What About the Other Cannabinoids:
CBD isn’t the only cannabinoid providing you with benefits in the full spectrum formula. Five other cannabinoids are working with your endocannabinoid system to help you feel better. The main cannabinoids to focus on are CBG, CBC, and CBN. They have the highest potencies after CBD and are responsible for most of the additional benefits you can experience.
Most notably, CBN, CBC, and CBG all help with inflammation. They each provide different forms of attacks on swelling. Due to this versatility, combining all of these cannabinoids with CBD allows you to address several types of inflammation, even some that CBD alone cannot mitigate. In addition, CBN is excellent for helping with sleep, CBC can help reduce gastric issues, and CBG can help with inflammation and allergies.
Further strengthening these effects is the synergy amongst cannabinoids. When all of the plant’s compounds are combined, they work better than when they’re on their own. This type of synergy is called the entourage effect, and it’s not limited to hemp. Most botanicals create a similar reaction when the whole plant is used instead of isolating an active ingredient.
By harnessing the entourage effect, this formula allows you to get more out of the benefits you love.
With so many possible benefits, it’s essential to know the science behind how they work. Check out the studies that have looked into how CBD can help improve your quality of life.
Pain and Inflammation –
A review of CBD and pain management showed consistent results across all of the involved studies. CBD can help minimize or eliminate chronic pain. The review focused on neuropathic and central pain states but noted an overall capacity for reducing several types of pain.
In a meta-analysis of clinical trials for cannabinoids for chronic pain, the results consistently showed pain reduction. The researchers concluded cannabinoids to be an effective pharmacotherapy option, meaning they can be an appropriate drug to use for pain management.
The UCPPS clinic published a paper on their findings from using CBD to help with pelvic pain. Through clinical administrations, patients consistently experienced anti inflammatory, antibacterial, analgesic, and antispasmodic effects. Essentially, they saw a reduction in pain, inflammation, and muscle spasms.
CBD was 20 times stronger at reducing inflammation than aspirin, according to a study. NSAIDs like aspirin are the most commonly prescribed first line of treatment for managing swelling. So, if CBD is stronger than the most frequently used anti inflammatory, you can bet those properties are potent.
In a separate study focused on inflammation and the immune system, CBD helped with both. Inflammation is linked to several autoimmune disorders, hinting at the idea that CBD could help with these disorders.
CBD for Seizures –
A recent double-blind, placebo-controlled study provided class one evidence for CBD reducing seizures when paired with traditional anti-seizure medications. They focused on participants with Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. The researchers saw promise for CBD to help those with drug-resistant seizures. We should note that they did not find CBD to have direct anti-seizure effects. Instead, CBD helps anti-seizure drugs affect patients who were otherwise not seeing a reduction in seizures. While it won’t get you off your current meds, it’s worth talking with your medical care providers if your current medication options aren’t working.
Mental Health Support –
CBD helped relieve anxiety symptoms in the participants of a study. The researchers noted the lack of adverse side effects associated with CBD in comparison to more traditional anxiety medications. A separate study showed similar results. Participants consistently experienced a reduction in anxiety symptoms. This study also pointed to the cannabinoid reducing symptoms of PTSD, PD, SAD, and GAD.
In an animal trial, CBD helped with depression and anxiety. While human trials are still needed to determine CBD’s efficacy for depression, we repeatedly see the positive effects CBD can have on one’s mental health.
Entourage Effect –
According to this research, the compounds of the hemp plant have a synergistic reaction when they work together. This reaction is called the entourage effect. It enhances the benefits of each of the compounds within the plant. So, when the whole plant works together, you get more out of the benefits of individual cannabinoids.
Hemp isn’t the only plant to experience this type of synergy from the combinations of compounds. Most botanical supplements also have a synergistic effect when combining the compounds of the whole plant over isolating active ingredients.
Using CBD for Headaches –
In a review of research on CBD’s effects on headaches, the cannabinoid continuously alleviated headaches or minimized their pain. The researchers concluded that while additional studies are still needed, CBD shows promise for treatment options for headaches. They believe there’s a high likelihood of CBD becoming a standard treatment for headaches in the future. Once again, the lack of adverse side effects experienced makes CBD more attractive than current medication options. Isn’t it better to feel good without causing harm to another system in your body?
CBD for Your Skin –
CBD provides a three-pronged attack on acne, according to this study. First, it helps regulate sebum production, an oil-like substance that hydrates your skin but also clogs your pores. Regulation of sebum allows your skin to get the hydration it needs without overstuffing your pores with oils trapped in bacteria and other foreign objects.
In addition, CBD attacks the bacteria in your skin known for causing breakouts. Further assisting this attack are the anti inflammatory reactions caused by CBD. Some bacteria get caught in inflammation. By reducing the swelling, the CBD can reach the trapped bacteria, killing it and keeping your skin healthy and clean!
The Other Cannabinoids –
Learn about the benefits of the rest of the cannabinoids in the full spectrum formula on their product pages. Just scroll down to the research section, and you’ll find out about all the evidence behind their own unique benefits.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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.