CBD Oil (otherwise known as cannabidiol) is scientifically proven to block the rewards of opioids and help with the fight against opioid addiction.
CBD oil is a safe and natural botanical supplement. Although CBD is primarily found in the resin glands of the fine hairs of cannabis’ female flower buds, CBD is non-psychoactive. This means that CBD oil offers the medicinal benefits of the cannabis plant in a controlled and precise way, without any of its party-drug effects or associations.
In fact, repeated scientific studies have demonstrated how the molecules of CBD interact with the central and peripheral nervous systems. The two types of cannabinoid receptors are: CB1 receptors, which primarily exist in the brain and central nervous system, and CB2 receptors, which are mostly located in the peripheral organs and cells associated with the immune system.