Review reports CBD's considerable potential in a number of anxiety disorders
ENFLEUR is happy to promote research that shows the considerable potential of CBD as a treatment for anxiety disorders. In a review published by Neurotherapeutics, a quarterly peer-reviewed medical journal that covers research on experimental treatments for neurological disorders, human studies showed that at oral doses of 300-600mg, CBD reduced experimentally induced anxiety in healthy individuals. CBD also shows positive therapeutic benefits in terms of stress-induced anxiety, reducing the acuteness of heart rate and blood pressure increase in stress tests. CBD was also shown to be panicolytic, or anti-panic, and showed improvement in the cessation of conditioned fear responses.
Shoring up the ability to resist the detrimental effects of stress is a welcome possibility. Being that it is well-tolerated, even at acute does, incorporating a high quality CBD into a daily wellness routine is a reasonable consideration.
Why does this matter? Preclinical evidence supported by human experimental findings has conclusively demonstrated CBD’s efficacy in reducing anxiety generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social anxiety disorder, and panic disorder.