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We’ve all been there before. That churning in our stomach. The heaviness, the tightness that refuses to end. Nausea is at best uncomfortable, at worst debilitating, keeping us from concentrating on work, enjoying time with our family and friends or getting much needed sleep. And no matter the circumstance, there’s always that inevitable feeling that it can end in only one way: with a scurried rush to the bathroom. 


Every person encounters this from time to time, for any number of reasons, mental and physical. But whatever the impetus, what we all desire most is a remedy that offers immediate relief so we can get back to our lives feeling normal and healthy. That’s why we’ll scour the grocery for peppermint tea, steep ginger root and lemon, or just hope that, with time, that nauseating feeling will pass. But is it possible there’s a better alternative that can help calm our stomachs? Could CBD oil be the solution to nausea?

First, let’s answer a preliminary question you might have: 

What Is CBD? 

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a natural chemical compound found in the cannabis plant. But, unlike THC, which is also found in cannabis, CBD won’t make you feel “high.” That’s excellent news if you’re looking for a natural — and legal — way to feel great.  

What Does CBD Do? What Are CBD’s Benefits? 

Every human body has an endocannabinoid system (ECS) that affects a range of normal functions including digestion, mood, pain, sleep and stress. To help keep these functions operating at peak efficiency, our ECS releases molecules called endocannabinoids. These endocannabinoids bind with receptors located in our central and peripheral nervous systems to let our ECS know — like an alarm system — when it needs to solve a problem such as pain or discomfort.  

Once the endocannabinoids have done their job, the ECS releases enzymes that break the endocannabinoids down. Scientists, though, have theorized that CBD helps keep endocannabinoids from breaking down, which enables them to have a greater impact as our body’s support system when needed. For this reason, many people have been known to use CBD oil for pain, CBD oil for anxiety, CBD oil for sleep and CBD oil for stress.  


What Does Research Say About CBD and Nausea Specifically?

As the CBD industry continues to grow, we can expect research to help us further understand each of CBD’s benefits. For instance, one scientific study suggests that CBD may be effective in treating both nausea and vomiting among patients undergoing chemotherapy. A follow-up study was also optimistic, calling for clinical trials to further study CBD’s effectiveness treating chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.

Thankfully, most people who experience nausea are not undergoing chemo treatment. What these initial reports do suggest, however, is the possibility that CBD could be used to soothe more common causes of queasiness. In the meantime, perhaps the best way to determine if CBD helps treat nausea is to try it as a remedy yourself. You might just like what you find. 


Which Soul CBD Product Is Best for Nausea? How Should You Use CBD? 

At Soul CBD, we’re proud to offer products as unique as you are. Not every product is best for everyone, but we’re confident that anyone can find a product that’s best for them. That’s why we offer a variety of CBD options such as:

As soon as you feel that uneasy pit in your stomach, reach for your favorite Soul CBD product and use the serving size best for your body type, comfort and need. If you’re not sure what serving size to use, please take a look at our CBD servings guide to help make an informed decision and ensure you have the best experience possible.   



Try the Highest-Quality CBD

At Soul CBD, your health and wellness are our foremost priorities. That is why we always place transparency, quality and efficacy above all else. Using CBD is a personal choice that only you can make with the proper information. With that being said, we know our products will work for you because they’ve worked for us.