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Can't Sleep? Got Insomnia? These Studies Suggest CBD for Sleep Disorders


As more people seek safe, natural remedies for health concerns – and as more states legalize medical cannabis – interest in cannabidiol (commonly known as "CBD") is growing. Yet another issue that CBD may help with is sleep disorders, ranging from insomnia to sleep apnea and more.

Here's how CBD works.

In case you don't know much about CBD and how it works, here's a brief overview.

CBD is one of over 100 naturally-occurring compounds called cannabinoids which are found in cannabis plants. Hemp and marijuana are both Cannabis sativa plants, but there are significant differences between them.

Cannabis is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cannabaceae.

Cannabis refers to a plant family that includes hemp and marijuana (and many other plants).

Hemp is a variety of cannabis that is used for many purposes and contains very low levels of THC. Hemp does not produce a "high."

Marijuana is a variety of cannabis that contains high levels of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol, or "The High Causer"), the cannabinoid most known for its psychoactive properties

CBD is the same whether it is sourced from hemp or from marijuana.

Our bodies are hard-wired for CBD.

Cannabinoids are a diverse set of chemical compounds that bind to special receptors in the human body that make up what is known as the endocannabinoid system.

The endocannabinoid system is a biological system which plays many important roles in the human body. It is responsible for the physical and psychological effects of cannabis.

We recommend Organica Naturals CBD products (which are made from hemp) for their consistently high quality.

The list of conditions CBD has been shown to benefit is extensive and continues to grow as more research is conducted. To learn about promising research on the use of CBD for a few of them please click here: Chronic Pain, Arthritis, Anxiety, Depression, or Alzheimer's? Science Says CBD May Help.

Both OTC and prescription sleep medications are risky.

Millions of people have chronic sleep difficulty, but most sleep medications are risky.

Desperate for a good night's sleep and better daily functioning, many people turn to medications for help. Unfortunately, many "sleeping pills" can cause very serious side effects.

According to the Cleveland Clinic, possible side effects include oversleeping, being too drowsy to drive or perform other tasks the following day, allergic reactions, and facial swelling. In addition, a particularly disturbing side effect is possible:

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