"I suddenly started struggling with uncontrolled anxiety in mid November. Dr’s immediatly wanted to get me on benzos and sertraline. I have resisted because I am not a fan of prescription meds and their side affects. In mid December I started using CBD. I am in WI so I am not able to use with THC. For the first 3 weeks it provided some incredible relief. I feel things are started to change. I am looking to connect to gain some official knowl and advice as I continue (hopefully) down my path of healing and recovering from this horrible experience. I am open to questions in order to help gain the most accurate and helpful advice possible "
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Many patients have found medicinal cannabis a more acceptable way of reducing anxiety and moderating mood than daily use of multiple pharmaceuticals. Finding a preparation helpful for their symptoms often requires that patients do some cautious experimentation with different varieties of cannabis and cannabis preparations containing various ratios of CBD:THC. I suggest reviewing the cannabis 101 article on the HelloMD website (https://www.hellomd.com/health-wellness/cannabis-101-your-quick-guide-to-medical-marijuana) to begin discovering which types of cannabis preparations might be helpful and appropriate. Patients with anxiety often report the most benefit from preparations rich in CBD but also with small amounts of THC, such as 4:1 CBD:THC tinctures. As with many medicines, effects may change with larger doses. Begin with small amounts and increase gradually to find the optimal range.
Hi there! I am not a Doctor, but you might find this article we published helpful: https://www.hellomd.com/health-wellness/57f2b7f12b1e99000a671ac3/top-10-high-cbd-marijuana-strains-for-anxiety
It goes over different studies that have shown that CBD is beneficial for anxiety relief, as well as some strains that are high in CBD.
Here are the links to the 2 studies mentioned in this article. 1) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21307846 2) https://www.cell.com/neuron/fulltext/S0896-6273(14)00017-8
Hope this helps!
If you are seeking clinical studies regarding the effects of CBD on anxiety and depression there is still relatively little that is definitive. As an example, although Melissa noted two scientific papers that addressed the issue, one of them was a promising report but a small study, and one of them involved finding CB1 receptors in key brain sites involved in anxiety (CBD does not bind to CB1 receptors) and was not a clinical paper. The good news is there is an enormous body of anecdotal evidence that CBD is helpful for patients experiencing anxiety, and there is zero evidence of any toxicity at all. This means that you can feel free to do some cautious experimenting to find a preparation and dose that are helpful without fear of doing harm. I hope you have the opportunity to go to a place where cannabis use is not criminalized so you can discover its potential benefits, but I’d start enthusiastically with CBD if that is available to you.