What are the Benefits of CBD?

CBD oil herbal drops are hitting the healthcare industry by storm, gaining in popularity daily due to the number of people using CBD as an alternative to many commercial products and finding results. In addition, many studies are demonstrating how this oil is naturally assisting in the healing process of many health conditions. This oil can be used orally or topically depending on the benefits you are seeking. To consume, we recommend placing the drops right under your tongue and holding it there for about 30 seconds or until it naturally absorbs.

There’s a scientific reason why CBD is helping. It has to do with our body’s natural cannabinoid receptors within our own endocannabinoid system. It turns out that cannabinoid receptors play a host of vital roles in our bodies. These receptors are found in nerve tissue, lung, liver, intestine, kidney, lymphatic tissue, and the spleen, the CB1 and CB2 receptors play roles in our immune system and blood formation functions. Other processes they control include cognition, memory, anxiety, motor behavior, sensory, autonomic and neuroendocrine responses, Glucose metabolism and insulin resistance, inflammatory effects, control of the vomiting reflex, nausea, hunger, and appetite control. This system is also responsible for the pleasure we get from exercise.

Here are the most common uses for CBD

• Inflammation
• Pain Reliever
• Stress and Anxiety
• Sleep
• Muscle Spasm / Seizure / Tremors
• Bone Growth

Here are the most common conditions

• Inflammatory disease
• Parkinson’s
• Crohn's
• Diabetes
• Epilepsy
• Heart Disease
• Autism

FDA Disclosure: These products are not FDA approved and we are not claiming that this oil can cure or treat any of the conditions mentioned below or on this website. Government owns patent on cannabinoids.

How can CBD work as a topical on the skin?

The human body possesses specific binding sites on the surface of many cell types for cannabinoids. Our body produces several endocannabinoids that bind to these cannabinoid receptors and activate them and together they constitute the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system plays a major role in the body’s response to pain and injury. If your skin is damaged or irritated, your body’s natural endocannabinoids are there to help. When you apply a CBD infused cream or oil onto your skin it is believed to interact with these receptors in a localized area.

CBD Topical Pain Relief

The endocannabinoid system consists of many cannabinoid receptors, and a large portion of these are found in the skin. Molecules in cannabis, such as THC and CBD interact with this system to create positive results. At CBD BioCare we offer topical pain relief products that are packed with pain relieving ingredients such as arnica, emu oil and of course CBD. When these products are mixed, the results are impressive.

A 2019 report from the Arthritis Foundation found that 79% of the 2,600 arthritis patients surveyed had considered using CBD or had already used it. Twenty-nine percent said they currently used it for arthritis symptoms among those using CBD, 55% used a topical product applied to the joints.

CBD for Skin Conditions

In addition to pain, people are also using our CBD oil and our all-natural prebiotic spray for skin irritations and conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and rosacea. Check out the before and after pictures of people using our prebiotic spray.


According to a study in 2010 in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, it revealed that CBD is an antioxidant even more powerful than Vitamin C, E, A or omega 3 fatty acids, which are all also present in our CBD creams and oil. Protecting the skin from free radicals, like UV rays, smoke, and environmental pollutants, is critical in having younger looking skin. Free radicals in the atmosphere cause fine lines and wrinkles and antioxidants protect you from this damage. Scientists have concluded that skincare products that target the endocannabinoid system are likely to be a fundamental element of next-generation skincare treatments.

CBD Drug Interactions?

According to the World Health Organization, CBD is considered safe, but there are some medical conditions and medications that you should consult a physician prior to consumption. For instance, if you are on a blood thinner. You can see a list at medlineplus.gov/druginfo/natural. Most of the concern is for people with kidney or liver problems. Also, if your medication contains a "grapefruit warning" then don't take CBD. There are natural chemicals in grapefruit called furanocoumarins that work similarly to CBD and they can both slow down the rate that meds are metabolized which could make the medication less effective.