The new report from Red Raven CBD describes how CBD affects the brain and why it may help with anxiety, stress, depression, and PTSD.
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA, UNITED STATES, November 3, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Red Raven CBD released a new report on how people use CBD oil to help ease symptoms of certain mental health conditions, explaining how CBD works with the brain and exploring recent studies on CBD and mental health.
The report discusses the endocannabinoid system, a bodily system found in humans and animals. Within this system are cannabinoid receptors, which receive endocannabinoids produced by the body to help facilitate the levels and activity of other neurotransmitters in the body. These endocannabinoids are similar in structure to the molecules found in the cannabis plant, which also can interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system.
Red Raven’s report also presents medical research that offers promising results on CBD being able to ease feelings of anxiety and stress. In one study, CBD was administered directly to the amygdala of an animal and decreased the number of neurons associated with fear.
Human studies have shown CBD to affect anxiety-causing neurons, and participants in a New Zealand study reported increased quality in life, including reduced anxiety and depression symptoms, after three weeks of CBD use.
CBD also has the potential to help with PTSD by generally reducing feelings of anxiety and helping facilitate fear extinction. Additionally, since anxiety and depression are closely related in how they affect the brain, CBD also shows promise to help with symptoms of depression.
Red Raven CBD is an Alaska-based distributor that sells CBD products made from pure, American hemp. Customers can purchase high-quality CBD products from the Red Raven online store, which ships to cities across Alaska and the rest of the United States. Its selection of products includes both THC-free options, including CBD isolates and broad-spectrum products, and full-spectrum CBD options that contain trace amounts of THC.
Source: EIN Presswire