What Is In CBD Oil? Don’t Miss Out On These Amazing Benefits For Your Health And Skin

Cannabidiol(CBD) is just one of the many cannabinoids that is found in the cannabis plant, and it works by binding to specific receptors within our body’s Endocannabinoid System.

It’s not to be confused with the more well-known Tetrahydrocannabinol(THC), which is the part of the plant that produces a “high” when ingested. CBD can come from either the marijuana plant or the hemp plant, most commonly the latter as it is naturally low in THC and high in CBD.

Full Spectrum CBD oil is what we are going to be focusing on in this article, and we’ll go over the benefits of taking it orally as well as using it topically.

CBD oil is non psychoactive, and does not cause any sort of mind altering effects. It is, however, a potent anti-inflammatory, has anti-aging properties, is packed with a ton of beneficial vitamins and nutrients, and is safe to use on even the most sensitive skin.

These types of benefits make it seem like a no brainer when it comes to adding CBD to your daily routine, but is it all it’s cracked up to be? What is in CBD oil? Let’s break it down and see just why you might want to hit that add to cart button.


Vitamins C, B, and D

Ok, that headline was a little cheesy, I couldn’t help myself.

Briefly mentioned above, cannabis is a great source of a few different vitamins and minerals. Each one of these plays a part in healthy skin, and has benefits for the rest of your body as well, not just the exterior.

Vitamin D

One of the most important vitamins, most of us don’t get enough of it daily. Vitamin D can be obtained either through food or exposure to the sun. It supports the immune system, strong bones, and overall health. Vitamin D deficiency can cause a wide range of issues in the body, and it is especially true when it comes to our skin.

Because it plays such an important role in how our immune and digestive systems function, a lack of it can cause serious skin issues. With the skin being the body’s largest organ, any problems that arise within can expose itself through your skin.

Vitamin D can help fight some diseases, such as MS and heart disease, and may also reduce your risk of getting the flu. Some studies have shown that taken alongside a calcium supplement it can have an inhibitory effect on the appetite, which may aid in weight loss.

Another big benefit is the possible reduced risk of depression. Studies have shown a link between lower levels of vitamin D and depression, and supplementing with this vitamin could definitely improve your mood.

CBD oil and hemp seed oil are great sources of vitamin D, and there are some companies that fortify their oils even further with it.

 

Vitamin A

Another very powerful anti-oxidant, vitamin A has some really great benefits when it comes to your skin. It helps boost the immune system, aids in the reproductive system, and plays a central role in your vision health. It also helps the heart, lungs, and kidneys function properly.

From controlling sebum production, to reducing fine lines and wrinkles, this is one vitamin that you don’t want to pass on if your goal is healthy skin. It is essential for eyesight, may reduce risk of some cancers, helps to keep moisture in your skin, and is essential for repairing tissues.

A deficiency in this vitamin can cause hyperpigmentation, age spots, acne, and more. You can get more vitamin A through your diet, and by adding in foods like some organ meats, dairy products, salmon, and some fruits and vegetables. Vitamin A is also available as a supplement, and is found in anti-aging products across the world.

Vitamin A is found mainly in hemp seeds, so choosing a hemp seed oil based product will increase the available levels of this vitamin.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is great for the skin. It’s an antioxidant that has anti-aging properties, and is widely used in cosmetic and beauty products worldwide. Supplements of this vitamin may improve the immune system, can reduce inflammation, may reduce the risk of heart disease, and more.

In skin care it is used topically, and is a fantastic moisturizer. Because of this, it can reduce itching in the skin by preventing it from drying out, and can be extremely useful for someone suffering from certain skin disorders, such as eczema.

Vitamin E may prevent and minimize scarring, promotes wound healing, and may help to prevent skin cancer.

You can get more vitamin E in your diet from a number of sources, including nuts, seeds, green leafy vegetables, and fortified cereals. Cannabis is a great source of vitamin E.

 

Vitamin C

This is one vitamin that is incredibly important for your body. It is involved in large number of crucial bodily functions, and is necessary for the growth and repair of all the tissues in your body.

Interestingly enough, the body does not produce vitamin C, nor does it store it, which means that all of it needs to come from outside sources. A severe deficiency of this can lead to scurvy, which can cause anemia, exhaustion, gum disease, sore joints, and skin problems.

Vitamin C can be obtained through many foods, such as fruits and vegetables, fortified cereals, or by taking a supplement. Without sufficient amounts of vitamin C, the body is unable to produce or effectively use collagen.

Collagen gives your skin its strength and structure, and you naturally make less of it as you age, which leads to wrinkling and other skin issues. Smoking, excess sun exposure, and high sugar intake can all reduce the amount of collagen in your skin.

 

B Complex

 

An assortment of B vitamins make up this complex. They include B1, B2, B3, and B6. Together, these vitamins can provide a range of benefits for your body and skin.

  • B1 – Boosts the immune system, and aids in proper digestion
  • B2 – Helps to create red blood cells, and research shows it can be useful in fighting migraines and some blood disorders
  • B3 – Helps your body to produce certain stress and sex related hormones, and can be useful in fighting certain diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes.
  • B6 – Produces various neurotransmitters, and helps to regulate your body’s circadian rhythm, and can also help regulate your mood. Studies have shown that when taken with calcium, it can provide relief from PMS symptoms.

These vitamins help to keep your body functioning the way it should, and CBD oil is full of them. They help to fight infection, are beneficial for proper brain and nerve function, help with energy levels, and so much more. Not having enough of these vitamins can cause a variety of health issues.

You can get your daily dose of these vitamins through supplementation, and they are found in many different foods.

Bring On Those Minerals

Alongside all of those awesome vitamins, CBD oil has a number of important minerals and nutrients to bring to the table. Each one of these comes with unique benefits:

Zinc – This mineral is important for healthy immune system function, and a lack of it can make a person more susceptible to illness and disease. It has been shown to have an effect on learning and memory, can help treat the common cold, aids in wound healing, can help to fight acne, and may have an effect on ADHD.

Iron – All of the cells in our bodies contain iron, but it is mostly found within our red blood cells. Iron is essential for immune system function, helps with energy levels, prevents anemia, improves concentration and focus, and can help with getting a better sleep.

Potassium – This mineral regulates the balance of fluids in our bodies, and controls the electrical functions in our heart and other muscles. It’s also important for bone strength, reduces the risk of stroke, and lowers blood pressure. Most adults do not meet the recommended daily potassium requirements, which is 4700mg.

Calcium – Widely known for its benefits in strong and healthy bones and teeth, calcium is also responsible for muscle contraction and blood clotting. It is also not easily absorbed without vitamin D present, so a lack of D can cause calcium related issues in the body. Further studies need to be conducted, but some suggest that calcium may play a part in regulating blood sugar, diabetes, and may help to fight cancer.

Selenium – Another important anti-oxidant, this is commonly taken as a supplement as only trace amounts are found in foods. Essential in metabolism and thyroid function, it can also fight cancer, may help reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering inflammation, and may help reduce symptoms of asthma.

 

Magnesium – This is responsible for over 300 different functions in the body, and a deficiency of magnesium has been linked to a number of diseases and disorders. Magnesium can help reduce the risk of diabetes, is important for bone and heart health, can help fight migraines, ease PMS symptoms, and relieve anxiety.

Phosphorus – This helps keep your bones healthy and strong, helps provide energy, balance other vitamins and minerals in the body, grows and maintains new tissue, and much more. Most people get enough phosphorus through diet alone, but some conditions such as diabetes or alcoholism, along with some medications, can drop the levels in your body.

Manganese – This mineral is one that is important for normal brain and nervous system function, as well as many of the body’s enzyme functions. We can store up to 20mg of it, and it is something that we need to obtain from outside sources, such as food or supplements. Manganese may help reduce the risk of disease, helps to reduce inflammation, may regulate blood sugar, and helps metabolize other minerals and vitamins. In addition, it has the ability to bind with neurotransmitters, and increase the speed of electrical connections, possibly improving brain function.

Flavonoids– These compounds occur naturally in plants, and are powerful, yet less known, antioxidants. Flavonoids not only help fight against free radicals, but have amazing benefits that extend to protecting your brain, and reducing your risk of certain cancers. Some flavonoids have antihistamine, antimicrobial, and mood and memory enhancing properties, and CBD is loaded with them.

Terpenes – This what gives cannabis its scent and flavor. Terpenes have also been shown to be antioxidants, and can reduce inflammation

Beta Carotene – This is turned into vitamin A in our bodies, and is also an antioxidant. Some research has shown that it may slow cognitive decline, keep our lungs healthy as we age, and as mentioned above in the form of vitamin A, has amazing skin benefits.

Bet you didn’t know all that was hiding in your CBD oil!


 

Small Changes, Big Impact

Full Spectrum CBD oil has all possible beneficial parts extracted from the plant, and will always be the superior option to go with when choosing which one to buy.

With all the amazing benefits that CBD oil has surrounding it, is no wonder it is being referred to as the new “miracle drug” While I won’t go so far as completely agreeing with that statement, the possible effects that these essential vitamins and nutrients have can’t be ignored, and the mountains of research that backs this up more than speaks for itself.

Before going off to search for a CBD oil, make sure you brush up on what to look for and the different delivery methods available.

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6 thoughts on “What Is In CBD Oil? Don’t Miss Out On These Amazing Benefits For Your Health And Skin

  • May 18, 2019 at 9:43 am
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    Very informative post this is. Though I make use of the Cbd oil products especially to relieve stress and anxiety but I was totally clueless about the constituents and wow, its great to know about. So much nutrients constituent and all other benefits. This is so great for me to know of. Thanks so much

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    • May 18, 2019 at 7:37 pm
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      Glad to hear you found it helpful. A lot of people don’t know just how great CBD can be for them, and all of the beneficial things that it contains. Thanks for stopping by!

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  • May 18, 2019 at 9:57 am
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    What an incredibly amazing post. I appreciate your explanation of the difference between Cannabidiol and Tetrahydrocannabinol because  I have had a difficult time understanding the popularity of CBD oil when all I’ve known about marijuana and hemp is that people get high on them.

    I am very interested in supplementation, vitamins and minerals for health and your breakdown of these in CBD oil has given me a very thorough insight into the benefits of using this product.

    Thanking you

    Chris

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    • May 18, 2019 at 7:35 pm
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      That’s what I’m here for, to educate! You’re not alone in thinking CBD and THC are the same thing. Most people have the general idea that if they take CBD they are going to get high but that is the furthest thing from the truth. Glad you found the post helpful, thanks for reading!

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  • May 18, 2019 at 11:13 am
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    We have all heard about the bad effects,and the many drug users that start with marijuana,but this is the first time that we hear of the good uses and health benefits of hemp and marijuana.

    This CBD oil seems to be the best of the diet additives, and if it’s claims are true, then it is something, we can all benefit from taking,it is amazing how many of the essential vitamins it contains.

    The vitamin B complex, is a major ingredient,is well known in the treatment of alcoholics,and a large dose of this vitamin, is the first stage in the treatment of these people.

    Vitamin E is great for treatment of many skin ailments,and is well known for it’s use in beauty treatment as well,but its use in wound healing an anti inflammatory is news to me.

    I have been taking vitamin C for a long time, for it’s properties of building bones and teeth,because as a teenager, I was diagnosed with a vitamin C deficiency.

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    • May 18, 2019 at 7:32 pm
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      The positive effects of these vitamins and nutrients within the cannabis family are well documented, and CBD oil is a great way to give your system a little boost. Unfortunately the legal status in many areas prevents a lot of people from being able to access it. Hopefully the laws surrounding this will change soon. Thanks for reading!

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