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Can CBD oil cure the symptoms of IBS?

September 10, 2019

Around 20% of the UK population have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a debilitating digestive system condition that can severely impact people's lives.

There is currently no cure for IBS, rather, attempts are made to try to manage the symptoms, usually in the form of dietary changes.

Research suggests that the benefits of cannabidiol  (CBD), the powerful, non-intoxicating compound from the cannabis plant may offer a safe, natural remedy to help manage the symptoms of IBS.

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These drops can easily be placed underneath your tongue for the most efficient consumption possible. CBD Oil can be easily introduced into your daily routine.

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The Canndid tincture is super convenient to take. You can take it anywhere from work, a car or at home. Every batch is also rigorously tested by a 3rd party. The testing takes place in a state of the art laboratory.

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a gastrointestinal disorder affecting, in particular, the large and small intestine. Signs and symptoms often include irregular bowel movements, recurrent abdominal pain, bloating, cramps, diarrhoea, and/or constipation.

Typical treatments for IBS

There is no cure for IBS and as such doctors will often advise patients to review their diet and make changes that may ease the symptoms of IBS.

IBS is multifaceted with each person experiencing some or all the symptoms over their lifetime but it is generally accepted that certain changes should have a positive impact such as:

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Cubid CBD oil is a broad spectrum CBD that contains 66% cannabidiol. It also contains cannabinoids like CBC, CBDA and CBG. It is manufactured to an incredibly high standard in a laboratory in the UK.

It uses very fine hemp from Colorado in the United States. It comes in two flavours one being Natural and the other being peppermint. Peppermint has been shown to help those who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome.

There is 30ml in each bottle and it is also free of THC. Every batch is tested and certified which you can check out their website. This is why Cubid CBD is so popular among athletes who want to use CBD but don’t want THC in their system.

Cubid CBD oil is carried in hemp oil which is full of Omega 3 and Omega 6. Our bodies require these fatty acids but it cannot make them so it’s essential to get these from outside sources.

With the pipette, drop the oil under your tongue and leave it there for two minutes and then swallow it. This increases the bioavailability of the CBD which means you are likely to see the benefits from the oil.

It’s best practice to start small when considering the dosage you should take. You can then slowly start to take more if you want to get more of the benefits from cannabidiol.

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Diet adjustments

As IBS is a digestive system issue, often symptoms will occur following a meal. It is believed that small changes to the diet can result in big changes to the frequency of IBS symptoms.

You should eat more:

  • Gluten-free Whole Grains
  • Fruit (bananas, citrus, grapes, and berries in particular)
  • Vegetables (Cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli may cause gas)
  • Fish, chicken, meat

You should avoid eating:

  • High-fat foods
  • Caffeinated drinks
  • Alcohol
  • Coffee
  • Fried Foods
  • Dairy foods
  • Processed foods
  • Sugar-free sweeteners
  • Beans, garlic, onions
  • Gluten

Probiotics

The digestive system is full of beneficial bacteria that promote a healthy gut. When the gut is out of sync, or when antibiotics are used which kill good bacteria, probiotics can replenish the ‘good bacteria’ that was lost.

Probiotics are live yeast or yeast found in foods that inhibit the growth of bad bacteria, help fight inflammation, reduce gas build-up, and enhance the immune system all of which help with IBS symptoms.

What is CBD oil?

So what is CBD? CBD is just one of many cannabinoids from the cannabis plant that has been linked with a plethora of medicinal benefits. CBD is also non-intoxicating meaning it does not have the ‘high’ effects typically associated with cannabis.

Also Read:  What is CBD oil & what can it do for you?

The human body has an endocannabinoid system (ECS), a molecular signalling system that promotes wellness by regulating biological systems.

CBD interacts with receptors in the ECS, regulating a variety of cognitive and physiological processes including mood, memory, inflammation, appetite, and pain.

Can CBD help the symptoms of IBS?

CBD wide-ranging effects on the human body suggest it may be a safe, effective solution to help manage the symptoms of IBS.

Why does CBD help with IBS?

Our body produces natural compounds known as endocannabinoids which regulate the ECS promoting homeostasis. A deficiency in these compounds is believed to attribute to IBS.

CBD mimics the effects of these natural compounds precisely producing the same benefits such as:

Improved appetite

People with IBS often show signs of weight loss due to nausea associated with IBS as well as avoiding certain foods that may worsen IBS. This can have deadly consequences on an individual's health.

In a 2015 study, researchers interviewed 117 parents of children with epilepsy who used CBD to reduce the seizures, and found that 30% reported an increase in appetite as a result of using CBD.

Regulates pain

IBS can result in sudden severe pain in the abdomen often as a result of inflammation. CBD's effect on CB2 receptors in the gut lowers inflammation and the pain associated with it. So CBD can be a good pain relief treatment.

Also Read:  CBD oil for pain

CBD has also been shown to interact with serotonin receptors in the brain which impacts a person's emotional wellbeing resulting in improved mood.

It has been suggested that IBS symptoms may be intensified as a result of depression. CBD has also been shown to have anti-anxiety and anti-depression like effects.

Reduces intestinal inflammation

The human body releases white blood cells to fight off infection from foreign bodies resulting in inflammation, but it also does this when nutrient-poor, unhealthy or processed foods enter our body often resulting in chronic inflammation (scientifically known as pathological leukocytosis).

CBD stimulates CB2 receptors in the digestive and immune system resulting in improved immune response and reduced inflammation.

Conclusion

Although causation does not equal correlation, the increase of IBS cases in the world is often seen as a reflection of the increase and consumption of unhealthy, processed foods lacking in nutrition.

A societal reversal in favour of healthier foods should result in fewer diagnosis of IBS but changes of this magnitude take time.

CBD benefits as demonstrated in the array of human, animal, and cell studies suggest its benefits could counteract the life-altering effects of IBS. Check out our Dosage Guide for more information on how much CBD oil you need to consume to get results.

But in truth without lifestyle changes, the fire of inflammation will continue to burn no matter how often CBD extinguishes it.

Regardless, those suffering at present should be encouraged by the potential relief posed by CBD and consider it a potential ally in their fight against IBS.

Can CBD oil cure the symptoms of IBS? 3

Canndid CBD Tincture

Canndid

£14.99-£49.99

These drops can easily be placed underneath your tongue for the most efficient consumption possible. This means it’s easily added to your daily night routine.

If you are looking to buy some CBD oil for the first time well then, CBD Village and the Canndid tincture range is the product for you. There are 3 different tinctures that range from 250mg to 1500mg of cannabidiol. It also contains many other cannabinoids like CBN, CBDA, CBC, CBG and CBDV as well as fatty acids like Omega 3 and Omega 6.

Canndid is a company that prides themselves on creating some of the best quality CBD tinctures which are made from organic hemp.

It doesn’t contain any cheap, filler ingredients and it is also GMP certified. It contains full-spectrum CBD oil.

The Canndid tincture is super convenient to take. You can take it anywhere from work, a car or at home. Every batch is also rigorously tested by a 3rd party. The testing takes place in a state of the art laboratory.





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