The cannabis compound is beneficial in treating morning sickness, queasiness and motion sickness
Nausea is one of the most common symptoms attributed to many health conditions and even bodily events such as pregnancy. Most people most likely have felt a nausea episode following up with an urge to vomit. Several medical conditions such as pancreatic disorder, constipation, kidney disease, GERD, cancer and many others can lead to severe nausea episodes. Luckily cannabidiol (CBD) oil has been proven effective in treating this symptom. It is also worth mentioning that nausea can be caused by an isolated natural or artificial event.
First, there is no research that has ever linked CBD as a direct cause of nausea; instead, it has been listed as a possible cure for these patients. Of course, each body has its own threshold for substance tolerance, and taking a high dosage may result in the body expelling what is not needed, even by vomiting.
CBD seems to interact with CB1 receptors from the endocannabinoid system, according to a 2011 report by Parker L.A. via the British Journal of Pharmacology. Chemotherapy patients who have a tendency to develop nausea as a side effect of the cancer treatment are getting noticeably better with CBD. Another study from 2012, conducted by Rock E.M, connects phytocannabinoids with the activation of a receptor in the brain tissue called 5-HT (1A), which seems to be related to the positive effect.
In a broader sense, CBD can influence many systems involved in nausea episodes but moreover, the gastrointestinal tract and the nervous system. Even at a more microscopic level, some receptors bind with serotonin and CB1 receptors. It can be used as an oil; a good idea is to look for a full-spectrum extract combined with other oils that can help further, such as cinnamon or lavender.