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cbd oil for candida

Cbd oil for candida

CBD oil is not legal in all countries or states, so be sure to investigate if you can buy it where you live.

Based on my internet research it looks like you can estimate that you need 5-25 mg per day if not 40-60 mg or more if you have excruciating pain or regular migraines (but please do check with your doctor to find the right dose for you). So, at that rate a small bottle would only last you 1 week, 1 month if you are lucky.
To guarantee the effectiveness of the CBD oil the percentage of the active ingredients must be quite high. I’m not an expert, but I recommend comparing a few different companies, and also seeing if your friends, colleagues or family can recommend a reputable brand. The manufacturing process is also important, as well as the soil it is grown on, and you obviously don’t want any pesticides sprayed on the crop, etc. I bought mine on recommendation from a friend from cbdoilsuk. The brand is Charlotte’s Web (it’s a US brand — and no, I am not in any way affiliated with them and do not get any commission or discounts for recommending them here, dang!).

Unlike hemp oil or cannabis/ marijuana (which is actually still illegal in a lot of countries and states), CBD oil has medicinal properties and can be especially effective at relieving pain & anxiety, as well as bringing down inflammation and boosting your mood. It also has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties which makes it an amazing secret weapon in your Candida fighting arsenal.
You can get quite scientific about the antifungal/ Candida-fighting properties. The gist is that CBD oil contains some antimicrobial factors as well as terpene caryophyllene oxide which is a potent antifungal agent. Apparently in scientific studies the effect was comparable to pharmaceutical antifungal medication.
Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is made from the hemp plant, but unlike Cannabis/ marijuana (which active ingredient THC gets you ‘high’) Cbd oil has no mind-altering but a therapeutic effect for certain conditions.
The second time I took it I also happened to drink green tea matcha maca latte (perhaps the antioxidant super power had a synergistic effect?), and that seemed to have done the trick – I felt clear, optimistic and productive all day.
There’s no getting away from it — CBD oil is expensive. You can easily pay a few hundred bucks for a 100 ml bottle. I bought the smallest one available (30 ml) and it still cost me 84 UK pounds with postage.

I made the mistake of buying hemp oil at first and was wondering what all the fuss was about because I noticed absolutely zero benefit from taking it. Big surprise there! That is not to say hemp oil isn’t healthy, it’s great – it’s full of poly-unsaturated fatty acids which are essential for many important processes in your body… Hemp oil just isn’t pain & anxiety relieving (which is what I was looking for. That’s all!)

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