Settle Your Stomach: A Guide on CBD Oil for Nausea

Do you struggle with persistent nausea? Read here to learn more about CBD oil for nausea to find out how you can get relief.

Everyone feels nauseated from time to time, and it's usually not anything to worry about. What if you feel nauseated on a regular basis, though?

Nausea can be associated with a variety of illnesses and conditions, including chronic stress, gallbladder disease, and some forms of cancer.

If you experience nausea on a regular basis, it's important to see your doctor and get to the root cause of the issue.

While you're searching for that root cause, you might also want to consider using CBD (cannabidiol) oil to help you manage your symptoms.

Read on to learn more about CBD oil for nausea and why you might want to try it.

What Is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD for short) is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. CBD is different from THC, another well-known cannabinoid.

THC is responsible for the mind-altering effects of the cannabis plant. CBD, on the other hand, does not have any mind-altering effects.

It can work with THC or by itself to produce a variety of effects in the body, including reduced feelings of anxiety, improved mood, reduced pain, and a reduction in nausea. CBD also helps to modulate the mind-altering effects of THC.

How Does CBD Work?

CBD and THC have different effects because they are used differently in the body. THC binds to the cannabinoid receptors found in the brain and spinal cord.

CBD, on the other hand, works as a cannabinoid reuptake inhibitor.

It increases the availability of the body's own naturally occurring cannabinoids, including anandamide. Anandamide is an endocannabinoid that is known to reduce the severity of nausea.

CBD binds to other receptors in the body, too, including the serotonin receptors. By increasing the availability of serotonin in the body, the body can help to regulate itself.

Research on CBD Oil for Nausea

CBD has become mainstream over the last few years, but there's not a lot of long-term research surrounding it. Of course, that doesn't mean that the research that currently exists is not promising.

There is quite a bit of research out there indicating that CBD can be a helpful tool to those who are struggling with nausea.

The results of one 2012 study showed that CBD had powerful anti-emetic (nausea- and vomiting-fighting) properties. This study, which was conducted on rats, showed that CBD reduced nausea and vomiting by interacting with the 5-HT1A receptors. These receptors are a subtype of a serotonin receptor known as the 5-HT receptor.

Why Use CBD for Nausea?

As you can see, there's definitely evidence to back up the benefits of using CBD to help relieve feelings of nausea. Why should someone use CBD over prescription medications or other treatments, though?

These other treatments can be beneficial options, certainly. At the same time, though, many of them, including prescription medications, can come with unpleasant side effects.

Some common side effects of anti-nausea medications include:

  • Diarrhea
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness and/or lightheadedness
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Constipation
  • Blurred vision
  • Skin rashes
  • Muscle spasms

Unlike these less-than-ideal side effects, CBD comes with very few side effects.

Some people report feeling fatigued if they take too much CBD. Other than that, though, it appears to be a safe tool to help control nausea.

Another benefit of CBD is that there is virtually no risk of overdosing on it. When taking in a large quantity, the only symptom most people experience is fatigue.

How to Use CBD

CBD can be consumed in a variety of ways. CBD oil is probably the most popular option and one of the easiest to administer.

In order to experience the fastest relief when using CBD oil for nausea, it's best to place it under the tongue and hold it there for a minute or two before swallowing. This allows for faster absorption through the capillaries under the tongue.

If you were to just swallow the oil as you would any other supplement, it would have to pass through the digestive tract before you would feel any effects.

This can take anywhere from 30 minutes to a couple of hours, which isn't exactly helpful when you're feeling nauseated right now.

CBD Dosing

How do you know how much CBD oil to take when you're using it to manage nausea?

Everyone's body is different and requires different levels of CBD. The ideal dosage for you will depend on many factors, including your age, weight, the potency of the CBD oil you're using, and the severity of your symptoms.

It's best to start with a small amount and then work your way up over time. There's no risk of overdose, but it's still best to start small and increase gradually, especially if you've never tried CBD oil before.

Most people start by taking just 5-10 milligrams of CBD. Stick with that dosage for a week or so, then increase it by an additional 5-10 milligrams if you think it's necessary.

Try CBD Oil Today

Clearly, there are lots of benefits that come with using CBD oil for nausea symptom relief.

Are you interested in trying it out? What have you got to lose?

There is very little risk and minimal side effects associated with CBD, especially if you're using a high-quality brand of CBD.

About The Author

Jason L
Jason is a life long cannabis enthusiast and advocate who stumbled upon CBD in 2011. Since then, he has had a passion to bring this amazing extract to all.

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