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CBD and depression

When feelings of guilt are combined with low self-esteem and disinterest from those around them, the joy of life and good humor are naturally lacking. Depression becomes a reality, sometimes accompanied even with various more or less difficult psychotic disorders. Fortunately, CBD also finds its place among natural antidepressants.


As shown in a study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, it helps stabilize people suffering from great sadness or who continually feel a sense of hopelessness.


Researchers at Washington State University have, in fact, set up an application that allows users to anonymously assess the effect of CBD during a drop in mood. Most of the 1,200 individuals who tested the application said that a puff of Cannabidiol optimally reduces the symptoms of depression. They say they felt real well-being, yet different from the psychotic effect of THC. And for good reason, CBD acts favorably on serotonin whose role is to ensure the management of mood and stress.


A fast-acting antidepressant and effective anxiolytic, CBD reduces stress, anxiety and depression. If it does not cure serious mental disorders, it participates in the improvement of good mood in general. Of course, it should be used on an ad hoc basis, even if unlike THC, the risks of dependence are low.


Over the past decade, a lot of medical research has been done to uncover the benefits of Cannabidiol. Among these most recognized virtues are its effects on neurodegenerative diseases. Indeed, CBD is an excellent antioxidant and an effective neuroprotective.

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