Deciding to take CBD oil is a good move for your health, but what about your job? Unfortunately, prohibition and stigma still exist all around cannabis, including CBD. When people seek new employment, they often have to go through standard drug testing procedures that look for drugs of abuse. Some people have random, spot checks where they are subject to stringent testing anytime. For people who can have absolutely zero risk, I recommend abstaining from CBD oil because of the incredible stress of having a spot check on your livelihood go wrong. Let’s take a deeper look at the process and how to stay safe.
CBD is a wonder drug! CBD is a must-have daily supplement – for you and Fido! Have you heard the headlines? Have you seen CBD advertised in your local boutique or even the gas station on your last road trip?
What is it about those 3 magic letters that trigger so much hope? Or, is this all hype that you should ignore?
by Elisabeth Mack RN, MBA - Easy Day Medical ContributorApril 03, 20206 min read
Dosing CBD for greater health now that I’ve explained the endocannabinoid system and how it operates, and that THC & CBD are phytocannabinoids from the cannabis sativa plant that interact with this system, I will now explain how these plant molecules can get into the body. There’s no ‘right way’ as different modes of administration introduce CBD and cannabinoids into the body in different ways, and each has its rightful place and time.
Short Answer, YES!!
Personally, anxiety has always been my crutch, a constant, greeting me every morning. Something I have learned to live with, a passenger in life responsible for more than a few outbursts of anger. Through daily discipline, plant medicines such as CBD, breath-work, and cold exposure, my anxiety is now at an all-time low. Equipped with the tools to set the day right, addressing anxiety immediately upon being ambushed with life's many triggers. Incorporating daily cold water immersion should be in everyone's toolbox, it is a proven, highly effective way to mitigate anxiety and the social isolation that comes with it.
Anxiety the Root Cause
What is anxiety? An emotion deeply ingrained in our instinct to survive, one many would prefer to live without, or to dismiss entirely.
It can hinder your life and, for some, be utterly debilitating while simultaneously wreaking havoc on personal & professional relationships. Its sufferers will often end up isolated from their peers, family, or friends, and slowly losing all sense of community. We are, after all, a tribal species, to pull away from society only invites further mental illness into our lives.