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Migraine Headaches and CBD

Published on 11/28/2018
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Can You Use CBD For Migraine Prevention/Headaches?

Dr. Ethan Russo has performed extensive research and has concluded that the largest amount of evidence for migraines is due to CED (Clinical EndoCannabinoid Deficiency.) CED is a condition that means you simply lack the proper levels of cannabinoids in your body, such as CBD (cannabidiol.) You may be able to use CBD for migraine prevention and headaches. Possible relief may be found by restoring your body to its proper amounts of cannabinoids by taking a high quality CBD oil dietary supplement.

Only someone who has experienced severe headaches can testify to the unspeakable misery it brings. Sufferers quite often vow to do ANYTHING to get rid of this misery. This comes to demonstrate the severity of some of the headaches experienced by certain people.

There are various types of headaches such as tension headaches, sinus headaches, headaches caused by hyper tension (high blood pressure), diabetes related headaches and many more…

and then there are


Nothing compares to the headaches brought on by a migraine attack. A migraine headache is basically the great granddaddy of all severe headaches. Migraines also cause other symptoms such as nausea, dizzy spells, vertigo, ear aches, double vision and other eye sight related manifestations...

The biggest down side of Migraines other than the excruciating symptoms is the fact that there is no real cure for the condition.

And while there have been a number of symptom relieving prescription drugs on the market for the last few decades such as trazodone, propranolol, L-5HTP, flunarizine, nimodipine, and papaverine, all that these meds actually do is to relieve symptoms.

But it seems that a better solution has emerged during the last few years. Research has shown that Cannabis (CBD) could be a more permanent answer to the plight of migraine sufferers.

According to a study that was published in the journal "Pharmacotherapy", science journalists have reported that it can now be positively proven that the frequency of migraines is significantly reduced by CBD. 

Fact is that CBD has been used for migraines virtually since the time of the Roman Empire and even before. CBD is a medically significant Cannabinoid that causes no psychoactive side effects. And it has also been proven that CBD is effective against many painful conditions, including headaches. No wonder then that CBD Oil can be effective against migraines as well.

When talking about the therapeutic effects of CBD oil, it’s often the cannabinoid’s analgesic effect that is referenced. As headaches are the most common source of pain in the general population, it would make sense that CBD oil for migraines would be an obvious therapeutic target.

As our largest regulatory system, the ECS can control everything from pain to appetite. The body produces its own cannabinoids and also has cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2 receptors) in nearly every cell in the body. Though the relationship between these cells and receptors isn’t fully understood, their interaction is thought to affect the immune system.

As an example, CBD may prevent the body from metabolizing anandamide. This is a compound associated with pain regulation. Maintaining high levels of anandamides in your bloodstream may reduce your feelings of pain. Anandamide, sometimes known as the bliss molecule, is the body’s natural version of THC and a 2007 study found that regular migraine sufferers had below average levels of anandamide. This has led some researchers to believe migraines are caused by an endocannabinoid system deficiency.


Another study from Colorado in 2016 found that regular CBD use decreased the frequency of migraines from 10.4 headaches each month to only 4.6. Furthermore, 11.6% of participants reported regular CBD use stopped their migraines completely.

This is where CBD for migraines comes in. Because migraines might be caused by an ECS deficiency many people are turning to CBD oil for migraines, supplementing their ECS with a daily dose of CBD oil as a preventative measure to keep migraines at bay.

CBD oil for migraines is gaining popularity as an effective way to treat and prevent the debilitating headaches. If you suffer from migraines and are wondering how to stop the pain a daily dose of CBD for migraines may help to reduce intensity and frequency of symptoms.









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