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There is new and ongoing research into the use of CBD for all kinds of sleeping disorders.

For those of us who have to deal with insomnia and restlessness, this is pretty wonderful news.

Older research is basically inconclusive… The results of CBD’s effects on sleep totally vary with the experimental conditions, and sometimes the cannabinoid was used separately and sometimes with marijuana containing THC. Since CBD is legal to purchase throughout the country, I’m hoping for some good information on the benefits. In 2007, clinical research into the cannabis-based medicine Sativex discovered that about half of the participants improved their quality of sleep. However, Sativex contains equal ratios of CBD and THC. A 2006 study of rats discovered that when they were given CBD, it increased wakefulness with the lights turned on and didn’t affect sleep in the dark. In 2018, a study was showing that CBD doesn’t supply any effects on the sleep-wake cycle on healthy participants. Participants took 300 milligrams of oral CBD or just a placebo. When subjective and cognitive abilities were checked out, there appeared to be no real difference between sleep cycles. It didn’t matter whether they took CBD or the placebo. The cognitive and subjective results were essentially the same. This information is somewhat disappointing. However, just last year, over 400 insomnia patients entered into a study which indicated that the use of medical cannabis flower improved sleep dramatically! Researchers came to find that CBD offered significant symptom relief. These studies contradict one another and add up to little concrete information. I’ve switched to reading personal accounts on the internet, and there are all kinds of people who use CBD to help them fall asleep a lot easier. It definitely makes sense because CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system.

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