Why CBD Is My Secret Weapon Against Asthma:

Asthma is a respiratory disease that makes breathing difficult by causing inflammation of the lungs and airways. I’ve had it my entire life.

CBD has been proven to help treat many types of asthma by reducing inflammation and relaxing the nervous system. 

CBD is a natural compound found in hemp that’s been used medicinally for thousands of years to treat many conditions including asthma. CBD is legally available in all US states without a prescription, as well as Canada and the European Union.

CBD is a great natural option to manage asthma symptoms for those with both moderate and severe asthma.

Keep reading if you’d like to learn more about how I used CBD successfully to treat my asthma.

And if you’re ready to jump in and try CBD yourself, here’s the products I recommend (and don’t worry – I’ll describe them further below!).

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Using CBD with Asthma

Does CBD actually work for people with asthma?

I’m living proof, the short answer is yes.

Modern studies have shown that cannabidiol, or CBD, is a potential new and natural way to modulate the inflammatory response in asthma, as well as treat several other asthma symptoms (source). CBD offers many other great benefits, and it has no psychoactive effect (meaning you won’t get “high”).

If you’re looking for more natural ways to manage your asthma symptoms, it’s a great option.

 

CBD for Asthma: My Journey

 

Readers of this blog know that I  manage my asthma very successfully using diet, exercise, breathing techniques and lifestyle choices (learn more about my healthy lifestyle for asthma here). 

Still, it wasn’t that long ago that I’d still get that gnawing feeling of an impending asthma attack.

If you have asthma, then you know what an impending asthma attack feels like: the heavy chest and slightly itchy throat.

Now, due to my healthy remedies for asthma management, this feeling would rarely last long and I almost never need my inhaler as a result (learn more about how I overcame ventolin abuse here).

But it was still an annoying reminder of my condition. And hey, I’m only human. The mere thought of an asthma attack is still scary.

So I thought to myself, how do I stop these symptoms for good?

I wasn’t really sure where to begin my search for relief, but I happened to notice a few professional athletes advocating a mysterious thing called ‘CBD’ to control inflammation and pain, talking about all its great health benefits

And since asthma is basically inflammation of the airways …

Could CBD for asthma work for me? I was willing to do the research to find out.

And what I found out was pretty dramatic, actually – the benefits of CBD far exceeded my expectations.

2500mg of Pure Spectrum CBD oil. I recommend this for those who need a higher concentration of CBD for harder to manage asthma symptoms.

So, I started off with a relatively small dose of 20mg of CBD oil – this is generally the recommended starter dose. You can take this oil right under your tongue, or put it into capsules, which I sometimes do.

Remember, you don’t get ‘high’ from cannabidiol. It’s usually derived from hemp plant, and no matter how it is derived it doesn’t have any of the compounds that make people get high. 

That means the immediate effects of taking the CBD itself are incredibly subtle, almost to the point of being imperceptible. Some report feeling a warm sensation in their body after taking it, but personally I don’t really feel anything.

Still, I continued to take the CBD hoping to see if the effects of my next asthmatic episode would be milder than before. Now, thanks to all the lifestyle changes I’ve made, my asthmatic episodes had already become rarer and rarer, so I was prepared to wait a while.

And so I waited …. and waited …. and waited for those asthma symptoms to reappear.

To my amazement and delight, my asthma symptoms never came back once I started taking CBD. Even after my usual triggers, like intense exercise or eating a heavy, acidic meal, the feelings of asthma never came back.

In fact I’ve been taking CBD for about a year now, and I still haven’t had to sit through any discomfort or other asthmatic symptoms, let alone use my rescue inhaler.

Like I’ve said before, I’ve learned how to manage my asthma, but some symptoms were always a part of my life. But now with CBD in my ‘anti-asthma toolkit,’ I don’t experience any symptoms anymore.

Why CBD Works For Controlling Asthma

Without getting too much into the science, CBD works by affecting the body’s allergic and inflammatory response.

This means, essentially, that CBD reduces inflammation throughout the body.

AND, it prevents your body from overreacting to common allergens and other irritants which cause asthma symptoms. Bonus!

Keeping reading for more specifics on how CBD works for asthma.

 

Bronchodilation

 One of asthma’s most noticeable effects is how it constricts your airways. During an asthma attack, the air passages leading to the lungs become narrow and often filled with mucus and other irritants. This leads to difficulty breathing and  less and less oxygen making its way into the bloodstream.

Studies dating back as far as the 1970s have noted the positive effects of related smoke in opening up the airways, as compared to tobacco smoke, with closes the airways.

That’s interesting, but smoking and getting high is not a practical solution to asthma management for the majority of people.

CBD, however, has all the same bronchodilatory effects WITHOUT any psychoactive feeling of being “high” at all.

And since it is normally consumed as a capsule or oil under the tongue, you don’t need to hurt your lungs with all that smoke. 

 

Pain Relief

Aside from the obstruction of the airways and reduced airflow caused by asthma, there is also pain and discomfort during an asthma attack. But of course CBD is a proven pain reliever.

Simple pain relief is actually one of the main reasons why non-asthmatics take CBD, and there’s lots of research that shows its efficacy here. Sooo much nicer to take some all natural but that you know actually works!

 

Anti-Inflammation

CBD for asthma is also a great option because studies have shown that the components of CBD have huge anti-inflammatory capacity. It works by inhibiting the enzymes, like cyclooxygenases (COX-1, COX-2) which contribute to inflammation of the airways.

Studies on mice have shown that CBD counters inflammatory bacteria in the body while also improving lung function after acute lung injury.

This is all great news for asthmatics as inflammation is one of the key things we fight.

 

Muscle Spasticity

Twitching, irritable and spastic airways are a way of life for most asthmatics with un-managed asthma.

Thankfully, in addition to relieving pain and inflammation, there is a body of evidence dating back almost 2 decades showing the positive effects of hemp-related plants in relieving muscle spasms. In fact, it’s now used as a means of treating Multiple Sclerosis in some patients with great results.

This is all great news for asthmatics, especially as these anti-spastic benefits are now available in a smokeless capsule form without any psychoactive effects.

 

Getting Rid of Mucus

Passing mucus is one of the most annoying things about being asthmatic. It fills up your airways and makes it harder to breathe. It can also be dry and thick and hard to pass, especially when the airways are already tight (if you find you have a lot of mucus at night, this simple night-time asthma hack might help, too). 

To counter this extra mucus, CBD has been shown as an effective expectorant, meaning it helps expel mucous and frees up your air passages for air to get through.

And as the other effects of CBD kick in, like anti-inflammation and bronchodilation, it becomes even easier to expel the phlegm and mucus from your body. I generally don’t like using the word ‘miracle cure’ … but, come on!

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So, Should You Try It?

This really depends on you. I’ve been shy to start blogging about CBD because of the controversial nature of the plant in general (even though it’s just hemp) and its inconsistent legal status around the world (but remember, CBD won’t get you high!). 

Simply put, if CBD is not legal in your area, DO NOT take it, obviously (and maybe campaign to get it made legal!).

woman-with-cbd-isolate-jarBut thankfully, this kind of treatment is now available legally (and without a prescription) in Canada, parts of Europe, and the United States (of course make sure you do your research first).

If you’re lucky enough to have a dispensary near you that you trust, then check them out. If they’re reputable, then their staff will be able to answer more questions (I’m also always happy to hear comments and questions from my readers at treatasthmaathome@gmail.com).

Otherwise, thankfully CBD is now readily available online, without a prescription – so your only issue is wading through your options to find a high quality product that actually has what is says it has.

I’ve vetted the CBD company Pure Spectrum, and I like them because they are organic, high quality, reasonable priced and, most importantly, 3rd party tested. And they put the results of each test on their website, so you can be sure that you’re getting a high quality product each and every time (this is really important, and most CBD companies don’t provide this).

If you go the ordering-online route, then I recommend you get a CBD oil this like one, or try pure CBD isolate, which is the most cost-affordable way to get your dose in (use the coupon code ‘treatasthma’ or follow the links on this page to get 10% off your order!).

There are more options available if you’re interested in vaping, but of course that’s not a great solution for most asthmatics. 

(Please see here if you’d like to learn more about how to actually take CBD for asthma, too).

Of course, we need to make our our usual disclaimer: we are not doctors. I’m just an asthmatic who wants to share what has worked for me. You should always talk to your doctor before making any changes in your asthma treatment, especially since CBD might counteract with whatever other medications you’re taking.

(And if you do talk to your doctor first, make sure you come back to this page or use the coupon code ‘treatasthma’ when you get your Pure Spectrum, so you get your 10% savings!). 

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And a caveat: yes, I’ve made CBD sound a bit like a miracle cure – because for me, it is one. But like with all home remedies for asthma, this is only going to work if you’re taking care of your health. If you’re inactive, overeating, addicted to ventolin and doing nothing to manage your stress, then CBD might be less noticeably effective for you.

And if you decide to try CBD, I recommend you keep track of your symptoms. Learn more about how to journal for asthma management here.  

So far, I’ve upped my dose a bit – I know take at least two 20mg servings of CBD, twice a day, usually a little while after eating (taking capsules on an empty stomach or too soon after eating can reduce their efficacy). This is what works for me – I play around with the dosage and time of day I take it, but as long as I’m getting CBD each day, I’m happy. If I’ve eaten a bit too much at night or I’ve been having trouble sleeping lately, I might take another one before bed.

My wife Emma also takes CBD now, mostly for the health benefits (she’s not asthmatic) and to help with a little anxiety at night. We also give it to our elderly cat, Lily, and she’s definitely got some spunk back (and yes, you can have a cat even if you have asthma – here’s how!)

So, combined, we’ve got a lot of experience with CBD for asthma and health in general – for humans and animals.

And that means, if you have ANY questions about using CBD, please let us know in the comments below!

CBD Helps More Than Just Asthma

Can CBD Help with more than just my asthma symptoms?

Yes! One of the reasons why I am so quick to recommend CBD to my readers is because it helps with SO many other issues and overall just improves your state of health.

CBD REDUCES ANXIETY

CBD reduces anxiety for those who use it and keeps it that way for the duration of treatment. CBD can be taken indefinitely too, so great news for the worriers out there.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6326553/

CBD helps with sleep

Research has shown that CBD has a real therapeutic benefit in the treatment of insomnia. I can personally attest to this one, in fact it’s one of the primary factors that draws people to try CBD in the first place.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28349316

CBD helps fight PTSD

CBD has increasingly been used to treat PTSD. Research shows that over 90% of patients saw a reduction in the severity of PTSD symptoms. In this particular study, all patients continued to use CBD after completion of the study.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6482919/

CBD helps control depression

CBD research clearly shows it to have anti-anxiety and anti-psychotic effects. Its use in the treatment of depression is growing and many users have seen tremendous benefits from it.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6161644/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24923339

CBD aids mood stability

If you suffer from mood swings and other related symptoms, CBD can be of huge help. It can help with both the physical and mental symptoms associated with unstable moods.

Source: https://bit.ly/2XSO5Yp

CBD improves poor appetite

Clinical studies show that CBD has a significant positive impact in those with reduced appetite. In this study, patients more than doubled their food intake after taking CBD.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5021742/

CBD keeps your brain healthy

CBD also helps with brain health. Research from Spain shows that the neuroprotective potential of CBD is huge due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Source: https://www.theroc.us/researchlibrary/Cannabidiol%20for%20neurodegenerative%20disorders-%20important%20new%20clinical%20applications%20for%20this%20phytocannabinoid.pdf

CBD helps wounds heal

CBD helps to heal wounds due to its anti-inflammatory properties, especially when applied in the earliest phases of healing. This also applies to oral wounds which affect many people with and without asthma.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30088305

CBD fights inflammation

CBD modulates and improves the inflammatory response in humans. It works by reducing production of various proteins and cells that leads to inflammation in humans and other animals.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29632236

CBD provides powerful pain relief

Current research supports the use of CBD in the treatment of pain in adults. Great news for chronic pain sufferers as there are no side effects, very unlike pharmaceutical opiod based pain killers.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6277878/

CBD promotes gut health

Your gut, the microbiome and their effects on your overall health is a growing field of clinical research and focus. CBD has been shown to have a beneficial and protective role in promoting a healthy gut.

Source: https://www.foriawellness.com/blogs/learn/cbd-microbiome-gut-health-mood-depression-inflammation

CBD helps digestive disorders

CBD is shown to reduce intestinal inflammation and is regarded by many researchers as a promising therapeutic agent for those suffering from inflammatory bowel disorders and other related conditions.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3232190/

CBD helps diabetics

Studies have shown that CBD very significantly reduces the number of insulin producing cells that are affected by diabetes. Great news for diabetics!

Source: https://www.theroc.us/researchlibrary/Cannabidiol%20for%20neurodegenerative%20disorders-%20important%20new%20clinical%20applications%20for%20this%20phytocannabinoid.pdf

CBD fights cancer

Not only does CBD inhibit the growth of cancer cells, it also improves the most common symptoms in cancer patients like mood, appetite and nausaea. Amazing!

Source: https://bit.ly/2XSO5Yp

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Please take this into consideration when deciding to buy or use CBD in your jurisdiction.

Why CBD Is My Secret Asthma Weapon 

Asthma is a respiratory disease that makes breathing difficult by causing inflammation of the lungs and airways. I’ve had it my entire life.

CBD has been proven to help treat many types of asthma, including mine, by reducing inflammation and relaxing the nervous system. 

Keep reading if you’d like to learn more about how I used CBD successfully to treat my asthma.

And if you’re ready to jump in and try CBD yourself, here’s the products I recommend (and don’t worry – I’ll describe them further below!).

1250mg of Pure Spectrum CBD Oil. This is the best choice for those trying out CBD for asthma for the first time. Higher concentrations are available. Use code ‘treatasthma’ for 10% off your entire purchase.

Using CBD with Asthma

Does CBD actually work for people with asthma?

I’m living proof, the short answer is yes.

Modern studies have shown that cannabidiol, or CBD, is a potential new and natural way to modulate the inflammatory response in asthma, as well as treat several other asthma symptoms. CBD offers many other great benefits, and it has no psychoactive effect (meaning you won’t get “high”) (source)

If you’re looking for more natural ways to manage your asthma symptoms, it’s a great option.

CBD for Asthma: My Journey

Readers of this blog know that I  manage my asthma very successfully using diet, exercise, breathing techniques and lifestyle choices (learn more about my healthy lifestyle for asthma here). 

Still, it wasn’t that long ago that I’d still get that gnawing feeling of an impending asthma attack.

If you have asthma, then you know what an impending asthma attack feels like: the heavy chest and slightly itchy throat.

Now, due to my healthy remedies for asthma management, this feeling would rarely last long and I almost never need my inhaler as a result (learn more about how I overcame ventolin abuse here).

But it was still an annoying reminder of my condition. And hey, I’m only human. The mere thought of an asthma attack is still scary.

2500mg of Pure Spectrum CBD oil. I recommend this for those who need a higher concentration of CBD for harder to manage asthma symptoms. This is a great cost-effective choice.

I began with a relatively small dose of 20mg of CBD oil – this is generally the recommended starter dose. You can take this oil right under your tongue, or put it into capsules, which I often do.

I started taking the CBD each morning and waited to see how it would affect my asthma symptoms. Would my next asthma attack be less severe? Would it even work at all?

And so I waited …. and waited …. and waited for those asthma symptoms to reappear. 

To my amazement and delight, my asthma symptoms never came back once I started taking CBD. 

In fact I’ve been taking CBD for about a year now, and I still haven’t had to sit through any discomfort or other asthmatic symptoms, let alone use my rescue inhaler.

I’m relatively young and in good health so your mileage may vary, but I think at the very least you should see a significant reduction in symptom severity and frequency.

Also, remember, you don’t get ‘high’ from cannabidiol. It’s derived from organic hemp and doesn’t have any of the compounds that make people get high. 

How CBD Keeps Asthma Symptoms Under Control

Without getting too much into the science, CBD works by affecting the body’s allergic and inflammatory response.

This means, essentially, that CBD reduces inflammation throughout the body.

AND, it prevents your body from overreacting to common allergens and other irritants which cause asthma symptoms. Bonus!

 

Pain Relief

Aside from the obstruction of the airways and reduced airflow caused by asthma, there is also pain and discomfort during an asthma attack. But of course CBD is a proven pain reliever.

Simple pain relief is actually one of the main reasons why non-asthmatics take CBD, and there’s lots of research that shows its efficacy here.

Anti-Inflammation

CBD for asthma is a great option because studies have shown that CBD have a huge anti-inflammatory capacity. It works in part by inhibiting enzymes (like cyclooxygenases (COX-1, COX-2)) which contribute to inflammation of the airways in many people.

Muscle Spasticity

Twitching, irritable and spastic airways are a way of life for most asthmatics with un-managed asthma.

Thankfully, in addition to relieving pain and inflammation, there is a body of evidence dating back almost 2 decades showing the positive effects of hemp-related plants in relieving muscle spasms. In fact, it’s now used as a means of treating Multiple Sclerosis in some patients with great results.

Gets Rid of Mucus

Passing mucus is one of the most annoying things about being asthmatic. It fills up your airways and makes it harder to breathe. It can also be dry and thick and hard to pass, especially when the airways are already tight (if you find you have a lot of mucus at night, this simple night-time asthma hack might help, too). 

To counter this extra mucus, CBD has been shown as an effective expectorant, meaning it helps expel mucous and frees up your air passages for air to get through.

5000mg of Pure Spectrum Black Label CBD Oil. This is currently the highest strength CBD oil available and is the most cost effective choice for those needing extra-strength CBD and plan on using it long-term. This strength can provide 125 daily doses of 40mg each.

CBD Helps More Than Just Asthma

Can CBD Help with more than just my asthma symptoms?

Yes! One of the reasons why I am so quick to recommend CBD to my readers is because it helps with SO many other issues and overall just improves your state of health.

CBD REDUCES ANXIETY

CBD reduces anxiety for those who use it and keeps it that way for the duration of treatment. CBD can be taken indefinitely too, so great news for the worriers out there.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6326553/

CBD helps with sleep

Research has shown that CBD has a real therapeutic benefit in the treatment of insomnia. I can personally attest to this one, in fact it’s one of the primary factors that draws people to try CBD in the first place.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28349316

CBD helps fight PTSD

CBD has increasingly been used to treat PTSD. Research shows that over 90% of patients saw a reduction in the severity of PTSD symptoms. In this particular study, all patients continued to use CBD after completion of the study.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6482919/

CBD helps control depression

CBD research clearly shows it to have anti-anxiety and anti-psychotic effects. Its use in the treatment of depression is growing and many users have seen tremendous benefits from it.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6161644/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24923339

CBD aids mood stability

If you suffer from mood swings and other related symptoms, CBD can be of huge help. It can help with both the physical and mental symptoms associated with unstable moods.

Source: https://bit.ly/2XSO5Yp

CBD improves poor appetite

Clinical studies show that CBD has a significant positive impact in those with reduced appetite. In this study, patients more than doubled their food intake after taking CBD.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5021742/

CBD keeps your brain healthy

CBD also helps with brain health. Research from Spain shows that the neuroprotective potential of CBD is huge due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Source: https://www.theroc.us/researchlibrary/Cannabidiol%20for%20neurodegenerative%20disorders-%20important%20new%20clinical%20applications%20for%20this%20phytocannabinoid.pdf

CBD helps wounds heal

CBD helps to heal wounds due to its anti-inflammatory properties, especially when applied in the earliest phases of healing. This also applies to oral wounds which affect many people with and without asthma.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30088305

CBD fights inflammation

CBD modulates and improves the inflammatory response in humans. It works by reducing production of various proteins and cells that leads to inflammation in humans and other animals.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29632236

CBD provides powerful pain relief

Current research supports the use of CBD in the treatment of pain in adults. Great news for chronic pain sufferers as there are no side effects, very unlike pharmaceutical opiod based pain killers.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6277878/

CBD promotes gut health

Your gut, the microbiome and their effects on your overall health is a growing field of clinical research and focus. CBD has been shown to have a beneficial and protective role in promoting a healthy gut.

Source: https://www.foriawellness.com/blogs/learn/cbd-microbiome-gut-health-mood-depression-inflammation

CBD helps digestive disorders

CBD is shown to reduce intestinal inflammation and is regarded by many researchers as a promising therapeutic agent for those suffering from inflammatory bowel disorders and other related conditions.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3232190/

CBD helps diabetics

Studies have shown that CBD very significantly reduces the number of insulin producing cells that are affected by diabetes. Great news for diabetics!

Source: https://www.theroc.us/researchlibrary/Cannabidiol%20for%20neurodegenerative%20disorders-%20important%20new%20clinical%20applications%20for%20this%20phytocannabinoid.pdf

CBD fights cancer

Not only does CBD inhibit the growth of cancer cells, it also improves the most common symptoms in cancer patients like mood, appetite and nausaea. Amazing!

Source: https://bit.ly/2XSO5Yp

So, Should You Try It?

This all depends on you, but I would say go for it. (I’m also always happy to hear comments and questions from my readers at treatasthmaathome@gmail.com).

But buyer beware – all CBD is not created equal. In fact, the CBD market can be like the wild-west in terms of regulation, although thankfully this is changing. 

I’ve personally vetted the CBD company Pure Spectrum, and I love them because they are organic, high quality, reasonably priced and, most importantly, 3rd party tested. And they put the results of each test on their website, so you can be sure that you’re getting a high quality product each and every time (this is really important, and most CBD companies don’t provide this).

If you go the ordering-online route, then I recommend you get a CBD oil this like one, or try pure CBD isolate, which is the most cost-affordable way to get your dose in (use the coupon code ‘treatasthma’ or follow the links on this page to get 10% off your order!).

Of course, I need to make my our usual disclaimer: I’m not a doctor. I’m just an asthmatic who wants to share what has worked for me. You should always talk to your doctor before making any changes in your asthma treatment.

(And if you do talk to your doctor first, make sure you come back to this page or use the coupon code ‘treatasthma’ when you get your Pure Spectrum, so you get your 10% savings!). 

Tip: Use Code ‘treatasthma’ at checkout for 10% off your entire order each time you make a purchase. This code will never expire.

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