CBD Strokes and Diabetes
A review by Curtis Swift, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
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CBD Strokes and Diabetes: Abstract:
Cannabidiol (CBD) reduces inflammation and increases blood flow to the brain for those suffering with diabetes. As a result, the use of CBD has been shown to reduce the risk of strokes due to this disease.
Stroke is one of the leading causes of death worldwide with stroke outcomes worse among diabetics, resulting in increased mortality and disabilities. “Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death and affects >30 million people in the United States (1).”
“Long-term diabetes results in secondary complications of diabetes. … including heart disease, increased risk of stroke, hypoglycemia, vision loss, kidney failure, amputations, and complications within the central nervous system… (reviewed in detail in [2, 3])”.
Mesa Lavender Farms CBD tinctures taken under the tongue would be an effective method of consumption as this will result in maximum absorption and maximum relief. Mesa Lavender Farms CBD tincture taken under the tongue would be a very effective method of consumption of CBD as this will result in maximum absorption and maximum relief. We recommend our CBD tinctures for those with diabetes due to their known purity. You can find them at our shop.
CBD Strokes and Diabetes: How does CBD Help?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid of the Cannabis sativa plant. According to Santiago, et al., 2019, CBD has beneficial effects on both diabetes and cerebral ischemic disease.
Cerebral ischemic disease, a common cause of stroke, occurs when there is an insufficient blood flow to the brain resulting in a poor oxygen supply and death of brain tissue or stroke. (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30430393/)
Cannabidiol reduces hippocampal levels of inflammation and has been shown to improve blood flow and enhance memory performance. The results suggest the neuroprotective effects of CBD is related to a reduction in neuroinflammation, which is an inflammatory response within the brain or spinal cord.
Research tested the hypothesis that CBD treatment would reduce abnormal levels of blood flow to the brain. These results showed CBD may be used as means to protect against injuries from diabetes aggravated by cerebral ischemia. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31499052/
A 2010 research report showed CBD had a positive pharmacological effect in ischemic stroke and other chronic diseases, including Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and rheumatoid arthritis. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27713349/ CBDs neuroprotective effect is due in part to an increase in cerebral blood flow (CBF). https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17320118/
CBD Strokes and Diabetes: How much CBD is the correct amount?
The neuroprotective effect of CBD has a dose dependent bell-shaped curve so your dosage will differ based on your weight and metabolism. Taken under the tongue would be the most effective method of consumption as this will result in maximum absorption.
Note: Always take care when purchasing your CBD products. The risk of adverse effects may be heightened with the use of CBD products because of misbranding and adulteration (4).
Mesa Lavender Farms CBD tinctures come in two versions, our THC-free CBD tinctures and our Full-spectrum tinctures. Check out the Certificates of Analysis on our website at https://mesalavenderfarms.com.
Those taking Warfarin should be aware of the interaction between CBD and this blood thinner. See https://curtisswift.com/cbd-and-warfarin/ Always talk with your physician for more details.
CBD Strokes and Diabetes: Conclusion:
Cannabidiol (CBD) reduces inflammation responsible for reduced blood flow to the brain as a result of diabetes, CBD has been shown to reduce the risk of strokes due to this disease by increasing blood flow. The CBD Mesa Lavender Farms recommends is our CBD Tincture found at https://mesalavenderfarms.com/shop/ If you have questions contact either email@example.com 970.778/1983 or firstname.lastname@example.org 970.778,7866. We always available to assist you with your questions.