Fun fact: Vitamin D was discovered in the 1920’s while searching for the cure for Rickets.
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We know all too well the kind and well-meaning advice from friends and family – ‘It’s a phase. It’ll pass.’ Yeah. Course it will. But sometime you have to push that phase off the cliff, don’t you?
CBD is the word on everyone’s lips, lately. And for good reason. With powerful antioxidant, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory properties, CBD has an array of positive health benefits.
"Irritable bowel syndrome is defined by abdominal pain associated with bowel motions," says David Prichard, M.B., B.Ch., Ph.D., a gastroenterologist. "Individuals with IBS can experience diarrhoea, constipation, or a mixture of both."
CBD – or cannabidiol – is a cannabinoid and a naturally occurring chemical in cannabis plants. While CBD is derived from the cannabis plant, it is different from another cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), which is usually used recreationally for a ‘high’.
Unlike THC however, CBD doesn’t give you the high that THC is so well known for.
When you think of the biggest organs in your body - do you think of your liver? You should! It’s an essential part of our metabolic processes. Especially when heading into the festive season, when people consume more foods and alcohol in celebration, it’s important to invest in quality liver support.