What Is A Hangover, Exactly?
Despite their prevalence, scientists aren’t entirely sure what causes hangovers, physiologically speaking at least.
At a high level, a hangover is your body’s response to complex chemical imbalances such as dehydration, enzyme conversion, excess cytokine
production (which can cause inflammatory responses such as headaches or nausea), and elevated acetaldehyde levels (a toxic byproduct that’s produced as our body metabolizes alcohol).
Put more simply, you likely know a hangover when you see it (or, more accurately, feel it). Classic hangover symptoms include:
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CBD is a known neuroprotectant and antioxidant, consuming cannabidiol in the morning might add some much-needed vitamins back into your body and help flush out those hangover-inducing toxins like acetaldehyde.
CBD is known to exhibit anti-inflammatory properties and researchers are optimistic in its ability to help treat conditions like joint inflammation and arthritis pain. Scientists have so far focused more intently on the role of cannabis in treating headaches, finding “sufficient anecdotal and preliminary results,” but similar pain relief effects might be possible from other cannabinoids such as CBD.
CBD is known to have anti-emetic effects, meaning there’s potential to help ease that upset stomach and other undesirable symptoms. For example, a 2011 review of pre-clinical and clinical trials found that CBD effectively treated nausea and vomiting, particularly in patients undergoing chemotherapy.
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a Japanese raisin tree that’s famous in the traditional medicine world. It’s been used since
the year 659 throughout Japan, China, and Korea as a hangover cure.