RawLife out of Denver, Colorado released the above video as a recipe vlog. The representative in the video uses CBD for treating his Crohn’s flare ups and inflammation. The necessary ingredients are:
You will need a juicer. First, you want to chop a fully-skinned cucumber and put it into the juicer. According to the video vlogger for RawLife, cucumbers are better than other greens, as other greens “clean the juicer out.” The skin is kept as it contains vitamins. Cucumbers are 92% water and have high Ph levels.
You will then use fennel. He informs us that fennel is originally from the Mediterranean, is related to celery, and smells like black licorice. It has plenty of essential oils. Fennel can also, he tells us, reduce inflammation and soothe the gastrointestinal tract. You only want to use the fennel greens, but he assures you can use the bulbs in another recipe.
The man in the video then says fennel is an anti-inflammatory agent for the upper respiratory tract and, as such, can be helpful for ridding congestion. Add celery, as he claims it is calming and mineralizing. It is a good source of magnesium, vitamins. Use an organic lemon and leave the peel on. The peel has essential oils and potent flavor. Cut the lemon into 4 parts and run them through the juicer. Easily strain out the fiber, from celery stalks and lemon peels.
He then has a glass of green juice and selection of medium-sized orange capsules. The capsules contains bionutrient CBD oil. He recommends adding the oils inside the capsules to your smoothie if you don’t enjoy taking pills. The green smoothie is a great base, he says, to add sweetness through apples or other self-selected additions. He also says the drink is alkalizing.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in cannabis sativa. It is in particularly high qualities in the hemp plant. CBD is a cannabinoid, but its effects on the body and mind are markedly different from THC.
CBD is completely non-psychoactive and blocks some of the intoxicating effects of THC. There is mounting evidence that hemp-derived extracts containing CBD provide anti-inflammatory and analgesic benefits.
Physicians are increasingly recommending CBD as a alternative therapy for relief of pain, inflammation, stress, spasms, and more. In particular, CBD appears to provide significant benefit in patients with chronic pain. If interested in CBD you must first consult with a medical professional. CBD requires individualized dosage. Although CBD and hemp are legal in more states and countries than THC and marijuana, it is recommended to look into your state or national laws on cannabis.