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CBD and Diabetes

Published on 5/15/2019
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Myth and Facts Of CBD for Diabetes


Claims that cannabidiol oil—widely known as CBD oil or hemp oil—can help control blood sugar for people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes or even reverse diabetes are all over the Internet.

A quick search of the terms “CBD Oil” and “Diabetes” turns up  millions hits, with promises and testimonials that the compound cannabidiol in this hemp - or marijuana-based oil could stabilize blood sugar, improve insulin resistance , decrease the need for  insulin and even suppress, reverse and perhaps cure the disease.

Trouble is, there’s no proof it can do any of those things.

CBD is showing promise as a pain-reliever, an epilepsy treatment, and for wasting disease associated with cancer. It may help with neuropathic pain in diabetes. It seems to be ok to try it, but don’t skip or cut back on diabetes medications.

There are not any real studies that show blood sugar control or management with CBD alone. CBD clearly will help with the inflammation that accompanies diabetes and in that way a very helpful addition.

It may also ease the pain of peripheral neuropathy. But people with diabetes shouldn’t expect it to lower their glucose levels or their A1Cs. Studies have never seen anyone stop needing their diabetes medications because they started using CBD or cannabis.

CBD oil can have an important role to play in medicine, its difficult finding unbiased information. 

CBD products can not treat or cure serious diseases such as cancer there is no scientific evidence to support such claims. 

Fact is that it has been seen to help with inflammation and pain of neuropathic in diebetics.  

Need to help with your inflammation or pain please look at our FDA approved Oil and balm. Orgainic 

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