Can taking CBD oil offer relief from your symptoms? We now have evidence the answer may be yes.
Responses are pouring in for my annual Parkinsons Recovery survey that gathers information about natural therapies that help members of my audience celebrate symptom relief. People report using many unique therapies, techniques and approaches that make a difference.
I will be posting summaries results. Floating to the top of the list of therapies reported to be useful is CBD oil which is now legal in all US states. It clearly helps some people but as with all therapies not everyone.
If you have not had an opportunity to try CBD oil, I recommend CTFO (Changing The Future Outcomes).
I am comfortable recommending this as a source because they have an excellent product with high penetration and the highest quality in the industry. They also offer a full 100% refund if the used empty bottle is returned with 60 days after purchase. There is no risk to trying this as a treatment option. If it does not help, you are only out the cost of shipping.
About CBD Oil
The endocannabinoid system has attracted considerable interest as a potential therapeutic target in numerous pathological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis, as well as anorexia and irritable bowel syndrome. It is s involved with a variety physiological processes such as energy balance, appetite stimulation, blood pressure, pain modulation, embryogenesis, nausea and vomiting control, memory, learning and immune response among others.
Clinical research on CBD (cannabidiol) includes studies of anxiety, cognition, movement disorders, and pain. A listing of the studies is posted on the Parkinsons Recovery webpage listed below. Quite a few of the listed studies were published recently. Researchers have been finding excellent results in their studies that are consistent with reports from users who reported symptom relief from the Parkinsons Recovery Survey this year.
Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
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