Oxidative stress is the cause of many diseases today. Oxidative stress is when the body has too many free radicals, and it does not have time to neutralize them (antioxidants). This is more of a problem now than in the past, because our environment is much more toxic than it once was. A 2010 study shows that CBD oil acts as an antioxidant, while another study found that CBD has neuroprotective properties. In this way, CBD can reduce the neurological damage caused by free radicals.
Schizophrenia is a complex and serious disease that is usually treated with therapy and pharmaceuticals (which have serious side effects). Oddly enough, many people have discovered that CBD oil has helped reduce the hallucinations. Research is also beginning to develop this area. A review of available research conducted in March 2015 found that CBD is a safe, effective, and well-tolerated treatment for psychosis. But more research is needed to introduce CBD into clinical practice. It should be noted that THC, the psychoactive substance in marijuana, may actually increase psychosis for those at risk. CBD oil, on the other hand, only helps reduce psychosis and may even counteract psychosis caused by marijuana use.
Cannabidiol can help maintain healthy blood sugar levels, stimulate genes and proteins that help break down fat, and increase mitochondria that help burn calories. CBD also encourages the body to convert white fat to brown. White fat is the type of fat that is deposited as "ugly" subcutaneous deposits when we think of fat deposits. Brown fat is fat that behaves differently from white fat in small deposits. Brown fat is believed to improve health by improving the body's ability to burn white fat, create heat, and even regulate blood sugar levels.