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The Surprising Benefits of CBD for Anxiety and Insomnia



In this video, learn how to use CBD for Anxiety and CBD for Insomnia! Buy Refresh CBD Gummies: …

23 thoughts on “The Surprising Benefits of CBD for Anxiety and Insomnia

  1. A surprise Thursday morning smiling face ๐Ÿ˜ŠMorning Dr.B – Nancy from ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ

  2. Ian Pearson says:

    I thought in low doses it helped my mood but it actually woke me up not send me to sleep

  3. howard KAHN says:

    i took it for pain and nerves and lack of sleep, it did nothing for me, was a complete waste of money and time…..

  4. website just says..Coming soon.

  5. Christy says:

    But what cbd is best for anxiety there is so many

  6. The dosing you explained in the end makes a lot of sense . Iโ€™ve seen that low doses does not help with sleep even though they reduce anxiety,but higher ones do. Thanks

  7. I started extra strength CBD capsules last June and take one before bed. I'm finding improved focus but my most recent MRI in Nov had 5 new lesions but I have no new symptoms and my overall health seems to be improving.

  8. The link does not take me to the correct sight .

  9. TimVibes says:

    It triggered my anxiety. My heart was racing for 4 hours. Not sure if it triggered it or if my nervousness to try it did.

  10. B G. Risma says:

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  11. Belles says:

    I have been using full-spectrum CBD (not the hemp-derived version which does absolutely nothing for me) for years. It helps with pain, anxiety, and tremors for me. For tremors, I need a 40:1 ratio.

    As you are undoubtedly aware, Sativex (a 1:1 CBD:THC) is a prescription drug in Europe used to augment the efficacy of certain commonly used MS drugs, most notably those for spasticity. I have found it to be very effective, especially in tincture or spray form. A patch can be very helpful for me when undergoing Solu-medrol therapy. It is more helpful for me at night than straight CBD. Do you have experience with any patients using it?

  12. Woohoo Ty! This is a great Video ๐Ÿ’“ I've also found CBG CBD works well too. Any knowledge on CBG?
    Hello from Dream (Tanya) from ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ

  13. Angiebear says:

    Interesting I say to myself while watching this a 2 am ๐Ÿ˜… do use melatonin but I build up a tolerance quickly and have to stop for a while before it works again. Also it doesnโ€™t help with the other issues you mentioned which do effect me. Will be talking to my Dr.
    Question do these gummies have zero thc? Because I canโ€™t use thc

  14. Are you willing to talk about CBD in settings that involve other health issues?

  15. Thank you, doc., I use "medical" marijuana to help relax my stiff calves in the morning. by using the whole plant, much of my pain is alleviated.

  16. Ronald says:

    I once was on sleeping meds (Zopiclone) and developped a dependency: i.e. they stopped being effective and worse, I had rebound insomnia when I stopped taking them. Wouldn't CBD also pose a similar risk? (we can become dependent on all kind of things even if they are "natural". For example, I'm dependant on my two cups of coffee every day ๐Ÿ˜Š).
    Question 2: I read that the half life of CBD is quite long: 18 to 32 hours. Would that cause us to feel groggy the next morning? Also, would CBD help if our issue is waking up in the middle of the night and not falling back to sleep?

  17. komoonkh says:

    I can confirm that it works. And you will feel much better than after taking meds. Because it is natural. It also took away my night cramps.๐Ÿ˜Š

  18. Great to see you midweek! Informative as always!

  19. Great video Doc- I like how you are incorporating homeopathic/ all natural remedies into the MS treatment arsenal. Refresh CBD gummies do add calmness. So it would be a great adjuvant to a bedtime routine ( if mind wonโ€™t shut).
    Great vid Doc
    #Sharingiscaring

  20. Fork U MS says:

    I have been taking CBD for a few years I receive the exact benefits discussed in this video. My friends who have tried it also like it.

  21. David Bryant says:

    Hey Doc! Not sure if you know the answer to this or not, but do these qualify to be purchased with an HSA card?

  22. Still sounds like the mechanism of LDN to me. ๐Ÿ’Š

  23. Is it true that people who have ms have shorter life span than those who do not? I can't feel my legs anymore or my fingertips. I've been diagnosed since 95. I'm not on any ms meds. I was on copaxone for 10 years until I started having side effects.

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