Giving birth to your first offspring has life-changing effects. You want your child to be healthy from the moment of conception and all the way into adulthood. In the midst of an abundance of information and fake news, how do you make the appropriate decisions regarding CBD oil for pregnancy and beyond?
And the answer is, in order to keep your baby healthy and thriving you need to be aware and decisive. You may hire doctors to work for you in helping you identify how best to proceed with any “hiccup” that arises. Ultimately, you will have to live with the decision you make for your child. Specifically, your underage child will have to live with the choices you make for them.
The Question. Should You Use CBD Oil For Pregnancy & Later On As A Daily Preventative Health Care Booster?
Answers to these questions require some honesty in how you choose to accept the truth. To begin. Let’s take a look at how the “enemy” of cannabis [DEA] talks about its safety for human consumption. In the same breath, the DEA both asserts cannabis is DANGEROUS and also that cannabis has killed zero people in all recorded levels of use. With this bit of truth, we will begin to build upon the foundation for how to make decisions with our children.
What Are The Concerning Questions About CBD Oil For Pregnancy & Your Kids?
- Even though no human has died because of cannabis, is it still safe for daily use during pregnancy?
- What age is appropriate for our children to begin using CBD oil daily?
- Do your children need to be taking CBD oil for daily health?
- Is it only appropriate to give your kids CBD oil in EXTREME life-threatening situations?
- Should we be preventing illness, with CBD, rather than waiting for an emergency medical situation?
We regard Benjamin Franklin as a wise man who’s “thoughts” continue to echo through the ages. One particularly practical quote involves prevention versus a cure. His quote is, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Now to ask the next appropriate question. Is the medical system more concerned with “emergency medical care” or general health care? While they claim to do both, our current political climate tends to make us believe they only focus on the former. Kevin Trudeau, the author of Natural Cures, tells us there is no such thing as “health care.” But. There definitely is such a thing as emergency medical services.
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In his book, Kevin helps us to “think” by using common sense and he asks interesting questions. Does humanity have a prescription “pill” deficiency? Is this the reason why we get sick? Or is there some other deficiency that’s causing a host of common modern medical issues?
Dr. Ethan Russo, A Prominent Cannabis Research Physician, Coined A Term That Might Help Explain.
The term he coins is Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency (CED). In his research, he finds the most evidence for CED in migraines, fibromyalgia, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). He also provides a substantial list of “other disorders” that may fall under the CED umbrella.
Other CED related disorders including, but not limited to:
- Neonatal failure to thrive (Source)
- Cystic fibrosis (Source)
- Causalgia, severe burning pain (Source)
- Brachial plexopathy (Source)
- Phantom limb pain
- Infantile Colic
- Glaucoma (Source)
- Dysmenorrhea (Source)
- Hyperemesis gravidarum (Source)
- Unexplained fetal wastage (repetitive miscarriages)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (Source One & Two)
- Bipolar disease (Source)
- and possibly many others.
Since endogenous cannabinoids (endocannabinoids) are present in maternal breast milk, a good age to begin giving them CBD oil, daily, might possibly be when they stop breastfeeding. If you’re giving your child store-bought formula, you may be depriving your infant of much-needed endocannabinoids and might want to consider starting sooner. If you choose to NEVER give you child CBD oil, could you potentially be the cause of your child contracting a disease due to Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency (CED)?
Really! Should you give your “in utero” baby or small child CBD oil as a prevention to these very real health care issues? While we can’t tell you the specific answer, we can show you the truth in the research. Once you put the information side by side, the answers start to become more and more clear. Final quote, from The Discovery Of The Endocannabinoid System, “From womb to tomb, across countless generations, the endocannabinoid system guides and protects.” Cannabinoids are present, and protecting us, during conception and all the way to our death.
The real question is. How teachable are you? And. How willing are you to accept change for your baby’s thriving health?
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