Irritable Bowel Syndrome Overview
A diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), also known as spastic colon, establishes mainly from its symptoms including constipation, abdominal pain, bloating and diarrhea. IBS is an intestinal disorder affecting over 200,000 Americans each year, and symptom control requires careful management of stress, lifestyle, and diet, many people living with IBS still have to resort to prescription medication or other therapeutic forms of treatment.
CBD to Ease Abdominal Discomfort
Conducted surveys already show that numerous people living with IBS use cannabinoids to relieve extreme complications of symptoms such as pain, mood, nausea, and appetite and that cannabinoid use for IBS continues to grow more popular as a natural, therapeutic alternative . Evidence from published studies describes how the endocannabinoid system (ECS) manages nausea and the anti-nausea (antiemetic) properties of CBD which activates specific receptors to repress stomach sickness. Research also concludes the vital role played by the ECS with the mouse colitis in response to IBD affecting the body.
Results from clinical trials display cannabinoids’ anti-inflammatory abilities by interacting with cannabinoid receptors 2 (CB2) and generating immunosuppressive effects which conciliate symptoms with no psychotropic or unfavorable reactions. Furthermore, published results support CBD in reducing overactive vascular permeability which prevents excessive leakage from the intestines.