I slept like a baby last night. Not only that I fell asleep around midnight. Not 3 am, not 4 am, MIDNIGHT. I don't remember the last time I was able to just do that. Ontop of that, no weird nightmares, kinks in my neck, or restless leg syndrome. I feel great. I took another half this morning and have had breakfast the last two days in a row. (normally I have ZERO appetite in the morning). I feel refreshed and ready to conquer the Day! Having such a positive experience so far. I never realized how much my anxiety was taking a toll on my body and stress levels. So happy to be doing this. <3 Thanks for the support fam. <3
So, as many of you don't know this, or maybe you do, I struggle with high anxiety every day. Anywhere from panic attacks ( triggered from who knows what) to insomnia! and not the cookies either lol. It's almost impossible for me to fall asleep before 4 am and that's when I'm most anxious. It's this gut clenching feeling of pure panic laying in bed safe at home, at work, driving in the car idk how many times I have called Andrew not being able to breathe because my body has this function I'm struggling to control. I refuse to go on prescription medication for it. With all of the new drugs out there and prescription drug abuse and how dependant people are on these pills terrifies me. So I'm taking a more natural approach. CBD oil has been known to help so many things: •anxiety •insomnia •regulate blood sugars •topical pain •epilepsy •migraines and so many more things.
And no mom there is no THC so I'm not just going to be high all the time now. lol
I figured the best way to share my experience and have a little extra support would be to document everything here so... we're giving it a whirl! Day 1: Dose: 1/2 dropper
Work up at 8:15 this morning and took my first dose. An hour later: My restless leg syndrome is practically non existent anymore. I have no anxious feelings/ panic to start the day. Overall first impression is positive and the mint flavor is natural tasting. <3 Cheers to this getting rid of my anxiety perminatly.