CBD Seeds Offer Many Therapeutic Benefits

Updated on September 1, 2020

In recent years, Cannabidiol or CBD has become more popular in the cannabis community. Because of its many benefits, CBD strains and seeds have been highly sought after by growers, particularly in Europe, where strains containing THC are widely prohibited. Cannabis flowers containing CBD seeds are the cannabis of choice for many shops selling hemp. 

Because CBD has been proven to offer many therapeutic benefits, many big cannabis breeders and seed shops are offering high-CBD strains now. 

Royal Queen Seeds are one of the many companies in Europe. Our several years of experience in growing cannabis seeds in the Netherlands gave us the confidence to launch our own line of cannabis seeds to offer our loyal customers premium quality feminized, autoflowering, and medical seeds at a reasonable price. 

What are CBD seeds good for? 

Cannabis culture is growing rapidly nowadays. A lot of people are quite eager to learn and discover the content of the cannabis plant. Many people claim that cannabidiol or CBD has the second most concentrated cannabinoids. CBD has around 1 to 4% while THC has 12 to 25% concentration. 

If what researchers claim is true, there could be a substantial impact of CBD on modern natural medicine. 

Here are some of the benefits that CBD seeds can do for the body. 

  • Reduces anxiety

CBD has anti-depressant and anxiolytic-like effects, helping activate a serotonin receptor in the brain. It also influences the chemistry of serotonin and dopamine, controlling and regulating a person’s mood. Studies have discovered that CBD seeds can help reduce the effects of panic attacks, post-traumatic stress, social anxiety, and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder). 

  • Has antipsychotic effects

Aside from helping relieve anxiety, CBD is without the psychotic effects of THC. This makes CBD seeds from Royal Queen Seeds an effective treatment for Schizophrenia. This means that CBD seeds do not cause a person to become high like other cannabis strains. Hemp seeds act as antipsychotic agents that can help patients fight paranoia and anxiety, which may be experienced from other drugs. 

  • Relieves pain and inflammation

Cannabidiol is known to help relieve pain. It combines with receptors, like the TRPV1, to control how the brain perceives pain by restricting the transmissions from our neurons. As a result, a person taking CBD seeds can suppress the pain they feel. In fact, one of the most important benefits of CBD seeds is that they can help people suffering from arthritis and can be a potential treatment for pain caused by neuroinflammation. 

  • Reduce seizures and other effects of neurological disorders

CBD has been used in treating patients that experience seizures and other neurological effects. There had been a number of cases where patients are no longer experiencing these symptoms since they started taking CBD. 

How to consume CBD seeds? 

There are many ways to eat or consume CBD seeds or hemp seeds. 

  1. Added to several dishes
  2. Sprinkled over salads
  3. With yogurt
  4. Added to meal or granola bars
  5. Added to baked products
  6. As a nut butter
  7. On oatmeal or cereal 
  8. In a smoothie
  9. Sprinkled on casserole dishes

Bottom line

Research has proven time and again the power of CBD and CBD seeds. This is why these products are being used to help relieve a number of health problems. As a matter of fact, many people enjoy using CBD seeds as part of their wellness routine. 

Check out CBD seeds from Royal Queen Seeds today! 

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