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Inflammation Causes Disease
Inflammation Triggers the Symptoms of Disease

Inflammation Triggers the Symptoms of Disease

The presence of inflammation is what makes most disease perceptible to an individual. It can and often does occur for years before it exists at levels sufficient to be apparent or clinnically significant. How long it has been smoldering really determines the degree of severity of a disease and often the prognosis assuming the inflammation can be controlled. One could also argue that without inflammation most disease would not even exist.

Why does cannabidiols like Untamed Life CBD Oil benefit so many different illness and disease? The short answer is that CBD (cannabidiol) Oil is highly effective in treating pain and inflammation. It does this by working with the Endocannabinoid System that controls pain and inflammation.  Can you think of any disease that does not come with inflammation and pain?  I can't, but take a look at this list of diseases and their relationship with inflammation, just to name a few of them....

Allergy
4 Immune Mediated Types + Sensitivities, all of which cause inflammation

Alzeimer's
Chronic inflammation destroys brain cells

Anemia
Inflammatory cytokines attack erythropoietin production

Ankylosing Spondylitis
Inflammatory cytokines induce autoimmune reactions against joint surfaces

Asthma
Inflammatory cytokines induce autoimmune reactions against airway lining

Autism
Inflammatory cytokines induce autoimmune reactions in the brain arresting right hemisphere development

Arthritis
Inflammatory cytokines destroy joint cartilage and synovial fluid

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Chronic inflammation causes excessive muscle tension shortening tendons in the forearm and wrist compressing the nerves

Celiac
Chronic immune mediated inflammation damages intestinal lining

Crohn's Disease
Chronic immune mediated inflammation damages intestinal lining

Congestive Heart Failure
Chronic inflammation contributes to heart muscle wasting

Eczema
Chronic inflammation of the gut and liver with poor detoxification and often antibodies against Translutaminase-3

Fibromyalgia
Inflamed connective tissue often food alergy related and exacerbated by secondary nutritional and neurological imbalances

Fibrosis
Inflammatory cytokines attack traumatized tissue

Gall Bladder Disease
Inflammation of the bile duct or excess cholesterol produced in response to gut inflammation

GERD
Inflammation of the esophagus and digestive tract nearly always food sensitivity and pH driven

Guillain-Barre
Autoimmune attack of the nervous system often triggered by autoimmune response to external stressors such as vaccinations

Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
Autoimmune reaction originating in the gut triggered by antibodies against thyroid enzymes and protiens

Heart Attack
Chronic inflammation contributes to coronary atherosclerosis

Kidney Failure
Inflammatory cytokines restrict circulation and damage nephrons and tubules in the kidneys

Lupus
Inflammatory cytokines induce an autoimmune attack against connective tissue

Multiple Sclerosis
Inflammatory cytokines induce autoimmune reactions against myelin

Neuropathy
Inflammatory cytokines induce autoimmune reactions against myelin and vascular and connective tissues which irritate nerves

Pancreatitis
Inflammatory cytokines induce pancreatic cell injury

Psoriasis
Chronic inflammation of the gut and liver with poor detoxification

Polymyalgia Rheumatica
Inflammatory cytokines induce autoimmune reactions against muscles and connective tissue

Rheumatoid Arthritis
Inflammatory cytokines induce autoimmune reactions against joints

Scleroderma
Inflammatory cytokines induce an autoimmune attack against connective tissue

Stroke
Chronic inflammation promoted thromboembolic events

Surgical Complications
Inflammatory cytokines (often pre-dating the surgery) slow or prevent healing