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CBD for a Healthy Lifestyle

CBD for a Healthy Lifestyle

How CBD can Improve your Health

If you are reading this, you have probably scoured the internet, and are probably quite well versed on the subject of CBD, the Endocannabinoid System and the benefits CBD might have for you. If you are looking for a CBD brand that ticks all the boxes, you have come to the right place. Cannable provides accurate dosing, backed by research and we provide it at competitive pricing.

The use of CBD to achieve a healthier lifestyle is becoming more widely accepted as the benefits of CBD are explored further by the medical and scientific community. Researchers are taking on new studies as funding becomes more readily available and the interest in this natural remedy is ever-increasing. There is research to support that CBD can assist multiple ailments, of which the list is growing.

CBD is not a one-stop solution for all health issues, but there is certainly evidence that supports the use of CBD to assist with the treatment of many ailments. 

CBD for a Healthy Lifestyle

Arthritis, Pain and Inflammation

Arthritis and the inflammation and pain associated with the disease is very common, causing chronic pain, swelling, stiffness and decreased range of motion. Arthritis is a prevalent condition, mainly affecting older individuals, however early onset arthritis does occur. If you or one of your loved ones suffer from arthritis, CBD can be a great alternative to treat this disease. A recent study conducted in 2018 shows that CBD can significantly reduce pain and increase the activity of the affected animal with no side effects (Gamble et al., 2018).


Asthma is the chronic inflammation of the lungs and hyperresponsiveness of the airways. Asthma is wide-spread and remains a major health issue. A recent study found that CBD treatment decreased the inflammatory response in allergic asthma (Vuolo et al., 2019).

Anxiety and Stress

The anxiety caused by dealing with the stress of everyday life can be a massive burden. The number of people suffering from anxiety is ever-increasing and living with anxiety can drastically reduce your quality of like and state of mind. CBD was found to have ant-anxiety effects according to Shannon et al. (2019) and can assist with anxiety and anxiety-related conditions.


Insomnia is defined as dissatisfaction with sleep quantity or quality associated with difficulty falling asleep, difficulty maintaining sleep throughout the night, and/or waking up early in the morning with an inability to return to sleep that causes significant distress or impairment in functioning (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). Multiple sources confirm that insomnia and sleep related disorders and on the rise. CBD was found to assist sleep through its anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects by Hsiao et al. (2012).

Wound Treatment & Post-Operative Healing

Whether you have injured yourself in an accident or are recovering post-surgery, the need for rapid healing is paramount. According to Styrczewska et al. (2015) CBD’s anti-inflammatory and collagen production promotion properties are proven to assist in wound healing and can stand as a treatment for long-standing, non-healing wounds. It has also been found that CBD leads to improved healing of bone fractures (Kogan et al., 2015).

Anti-Nausea (Antiemetic)

The feeling of nausea is one that can truly ruin your day. If you are one of the people that suffer from nausea, then CBD could be a potential avenue for treatment. Parker, Rock and Limebeer (2011) found that CBD may be effective for treating vomiting and nausea. It should be noted that sufficient studies have not been conducted, and pregnant or breastfeeding women should not use CBD without the consent of their Doctor or Health Practitioner.


Gastritis is a common ailment and I general terms it is the inflammation of the lining of the stomach. Again, the anti-inflammatory and wound healing properties of CBD come into play by reducing the inflammation and actively promoting wound healing and closure (Styrczewska et al., 2015). CBD has also been proven to reduce gut permeability by Couch et al. (2019). The antiemetic (anti-nausea) affects of CBD can assist with this condition as it will reduce nausea and vomiting, allowing time for healing.

Dosage and Directions for Use

Cannable recommends that the guidelines as provided by SAHPRA should be adhered to and a maximum dose of 20mg should be taken daily before bedtime or as prescribed by a health professional.

CBD for a Healthy Lifestyle


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