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Cannabidiol (CBD) is a substance that has considerable clinical benefits, yet does not make individuals feel "stoned" and can in fact combat the psycho activity of THC. The truth that CBD-rich cannabis is non-psychoactive or less psychoactive than THC-dominant strains makes it an appealing choice for clients trying to find relief.
Scientific and also scientific research - much of it sponsored by the US federal government highlights CBD's potential as a treatment for a wide variety of conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, alcoholism, MS, chronic pain.
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How CBD Capsules Work
CBD capsules are a quick, easy, and reliable way to take CBD. Concentrated oils, powders or other concentrated forms of CBD are sealed inside either a soft gel or hard shell. These are generally made from gelatin or plant based products such as vegetable starches or cellulose. Soft gel capsules will typically be used to hold oil while hard shell capsules are typically used to carry powder or miniature pellets of the active ingredient. Capsules are a great option for taking CBD because the capsules are pre-measured which ensures equal doses each time you take a capsule. This removes the possibility of taking too much or too little CBD which can happen when you try and measure a dosage of oil if you do not have the correct equipment to extract precise amounts.
Like other methods of CBD administration capsules can take from thirty to ninety minutes for the effects to take place. This stems from the fact that the capsules are ingested and the CBD must be absorbed through the digestive system. First the exterior of the capsule, the soft or hard shell needs to be broken down. Once the shell is broken down the CBD will be available for uptake through the hepatic portal system. Enzymes carry the CBD into this system since lipids are unable to directly enter the circulatory system from the digestive system. From the hepatic portal system the lipids are then transported the liver. The liver then distributes the lipids into the bloodstream where they are transported to the different systems throughout the body. In the case of CBD it is transported to the various cannabinoid receptors throughout the body such as the CB1 and CB2 receptors.
This process does not happen instantaneously and can be affected by factors such as eating slightly prior to, or while taking the capsule which can increase the efficiency of the uptake of the CBD. The digestive process requires so time to transport the CBD to the bloodstream and the efficiency of the process is affected by outside factors which is why the time it takes the capsules to take effect can vary from thirty to ninety minutes. After the capsules activate the applicable receptors in the body the effects are long term and usually last from six to eight hours. This means users can take up to 3 doses of the capsules per day.
Some people can have difficulty digesting capsules because of the raw plant material. If people have issues digesting the capsules since they are plant based the effects of the capsules will be diminished and another form of CBD administration should be considered. Alternatives to capsules range from teas, oils, and salves to vaporized options.
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CBD Capsules and the Future of CBD Research GOOD NEWS
The good news is that the 2018 Farm Bill legalized Hemp which should allow companies and research organizations to begin research on CBD and how different products like cbd capsules work. The bad news is that it falls under the jurisdiction of the FDA which continues to express publically a negative view of CBD. Here is what one expert predicts. “In the past decade since the discovery of the endocannabinoid system, medical research on cannabis has blossomed into an entire scientific discipline, still young and developing.
Despite the growing number of states that have made cannabis or CBD legal, the U.S. federal government holds strict control over all research with Schedule 1 drugs such as cannabis even though hemp has been taken off the Schedule 1 list. This has limited federally sponsored science and strangled legal access to cannabis as research material—for years there was only one authorized grower of cannabis for scientific research in the entire country, the University of Mississippi. Expressing interest in cannabis experimentation used to be deemed a career killer, so there were few scientists “foolish” enough to even apply for a research grant. In addition, only certain strains were available, and CBD-rich strains and cbd capsules were not on the list.
Because of public experimentation on a large scale, and clear medical results from individuals using cbd oils and cbd capsules, a few pioneering individual scientists broke with tradition and began exploring the plant’s many potential uses and researching the biological and physiological mechanisms that influenced changes in the brain, nervous system, and body. Today, there are hundreds of scientists at work doing careful scientific research to discover the benefits of specific strains, doses, methods of ingestion, and their impact on specific diseases and conditions.
It has been in laboratories outside the United States, more open-minded in their treatment of cannabis research, that the majority of the important advances in this field of medicine have been made. Israel, where some of the first CBD research was conducted, has invested millions of dollars in research into cannabinoids and their effects.
The International Cannabinoid Research Society (www.ICRS.co) was incorporated as a scientific research society in 1992 but has organized symposia for various researchers in the field since 1970. There were fifty members in its first year, and there are now five hundred members from all over the world. We expect this trend to continue, and snowball, unless political forces push this research underground.
The FDA is the gatekeeper for medical treatments, and as of press time it has not approved marijuana as a safe and effective drug for any indication or condition. The agency has approved three drugs containing synthetic versions of molecules in cannabis, but no drug product containing or derived from botanical marijuana. Because it can cost anywhere from $5 to $50 million to go through the Investigational New Drug procedures, and the expensive clinical trials required for the entire drug approval process, only pharmaceutical companies can afford to apply for this designation. At this time, you cannot patent a whole plant, so no pharmaceutical company wants anything to do with cannabis. What they do want is to derive or synthesize a molecule that has the same effect as one of the molecules in cannabis, put it into CBD capsules and patent that. This is why Western medicine is oriented toward single-molecule medicines rather than whole-plant medicines. For example, aspirin is made from the leaves of the willow tree, which has documented use for at least 2,400 years. Yet willow-bark tincture is not available in drug stores because Bayer turned it into a refined product in 1899 and earned billions of dollars from its trademarked product until its rights ran out.
The pharmaceutical companies are aware of the healing properties of cannabis and have sponsored legislation and members of Congress to keep cannabis illegal. They simply don't want the competition for their products, especially from a plant medicine they cannot control and make money from.
Pharmaceutical research provides an important function, performing clinical trials on specific doses and delivery methods of specific molecules. This process extends knowledge about how specific molecules function in the human body. There is a role for single-molecule medicine, and we value its contributions. But if citizens lose the ability to legally use whole-plant medicines, we feel this must be battled in the courts and the halls of the legislature until all adults are given access as a human right.
Burman’s Health Shop | CBD Oil Store will always fight for your right to control your health and use CBD capsules.