I am here today with Lane Kennedy, a truly inspiring mom, female entrepreneur, and health coach with an awesome story. This interview is going to dispel some myths and controversy around one of the most requested podcast topics, which is what CBD or cannabidiol is all about.
If it sound familiar, yes, it is related to cannabis (marijuana), but there are some compelling reasons to look past the controversy and into the science-backed medical benefits. Promise!
Why Cannibidiol (CBD) Isn’t What You Think It Is …
First let me tell you that Lane is actually one of the original Bulletproof coaches, meaning she’s been through Dave Asprey’s certification program that helps you learn how to teach others to optimize their own biology for the best possible health. Since Lane has had to conquer her own health problems and chronic pain (with the help of cannibidiol), she’s the perfect advocate for women who are struggling or stressed and looking for solutions.
Some other interesting facts about Lane I just have to mention: she slept on a wooden pillow for a while, she’s given birth at home like I have, and she’s been in long-term recovery for more than 20 years. She also struggled with infertility for years as well. I know she has a lot to share with us, and I can’t wait to jump in!
In This Episode You’ll Learn
- Lane’s long and painful struggle with poor health, and what she did that finally turned it all around (hint: it wasn’t just healthy living)
- what cannabidiol has to do with cannabis, marijuana, THC, and other controversial substances
- the overwhelming anecdotal evidence that suggests cannabidiol may help relieve chronic pain, poor sleep, out of balance hormones, depression, ADHD, and more … and what the science says too
- how cannabidiol differs from medical marijuana
- uses for CBD oil, and whether it’s safe for women, kids, and even babies
- the best forms of CBD oil to take (and some that don’t work as well)
- what to always check before buying cannabidiol in any form
- and more!
Have you used cannibidiol? What was your experience? Would you consider adding this to your natural health remedies cabinet? Please leave me a comment and let me know!
Also, let me know how I’m doing by leaving me a review in iTunes. I try to read each and every comment, and my guests often do too and might answer your questions!
Resources We Mention
Follow Lane Kennedy at UpgradedWoman.com
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