Smoking is everywhere. It is not as prevalent in the media as it was back in the day. There are actually more campaigns that show in between television programs that are against smoking cigarettes. Although it is a great method to stop people from starting, watching a kid pulling his teeth out with a wretch for a pack of Virginia Slims at a gas stations will not help a 10 year smoker quit.

CBD has properties that not only relieve pain, but also help reduce withdrawal symptoms, aiding the fight against addiction. According to a study by Addictive Behaviors, “smokers who used an inhaler containing the compound CBD smoked fewer cigarettes but did not have any additional craving for nicotine” (Johnson). Many people who start smoking are smokers out of childhood peer pressure (concentrating on image and how they will look), stress, anxiety, and depression. CBD has the ability to help fight against all of those negative feeling while helping one get rid of those cigarettes for good.

CBD oil is capable of reducing anxiety. It acts as an antipsychotic, anti-anxiety, antidepressant, and a neuroprotective. We only get one brain in this life, so it is best if we take care of it. Not only does CBD do good for the brain, it also helps prevent plaque build up in the heart, stimulates bone growth in the legs, and controls one’s appetite. CBD can provide so many positive outcomes, when used modestly and daily. The anti-smoking campaign’s claim that this is the generation that can stop smoking. Well, it can become possible with the help of CBD.

MCOA is launching it’s new product Hempsmart Brain. All of the benefits that it does for the body is what Hempsmart Brain does and more. What is really special about the Hempsmart brain pills is that it has tumeric and bacopa. The turmeric helps support the immune function in the brain, and the bacopa supports ones memory and recall. These two extra ingridents adde to the CBD makes their product one of a kind on the market.

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Source: Medical News Today by Jon Johnson and Quit Smoking Community