Research on the effects of CBD

What is Cannabidiol (CBD)?

CBD is one of the 100+ cannabinoids (class of chemical compounds CBD belongs to) that have been discovered in cannabis.  Of these compounds, the two cannabinoids in highest concentration are CBD and the more widely known THC.  Because CBD and THC are the most prevalent, their medicinal benefits have been extensively investigated.  Clinical studies have found that the potential medicinal benefits of CBD have a wider scope than those of THC.

While THC (the psychoactive component) is well known for its propensity for making one “high”, CBD is non-psychoactive so it absolutely will not.  Taking CBDs is more like taking an Aspirin.  You feel better without any change in your psychological state. 

 

 

 

Acne

ADD/ADHD

Addiction

AIDS

ALS

Alzheimer’s

Anorexia

Antibiotic Resistance

Anxiety

Atherosclerosis

Arthritis

Asthma

Autism

Bipolar

Cancer

Lung Cancer

Prostate / Colon Cancer

Breast Cancer

Glioblastoma / Brain Cancer

Leukemia

Skin Cancer

Kaposi Sarcoma

Endocrine Cancer

Bladder Cancer

Cancer Related Pain

Colitis/Crohn’s

Depression

Diabetes

Endocrine disorders

Epilepsy/seizure

Fibromyalgia

Glaucoma

Heart Disease

Huntington’s

Inflammation

Irritable Bowel

Kidney Disease

Liver Disease

Metabolic Syndrome

Migraine

Mood Disorders

Motion Sickness

Multiple Sclerosis

Nausea

Neurodegeneration

Neuropathic Pain

Obesity

OCD

Osteoporosis

Parkinson’s

Prion/Mad Cow disease

PTSD

Rheumatism

Schizophrenia

Sickle Cell Anemia

Skin Conditions

Sleep Disorders

Spinal Cord Injury

Stress

Stroke/TBI

*Even though these clinical and laboratory studies were performed by medical doctors and PhDs and published in reputable journals, the results in these papers have not been evaluated by the FDA. Rejuv does not make the claim that use of their products will lead to the same results shown in these studies.