CBD a erekce



Everyday there are new uses for CBD oil being discovered, tested, talked about. Intriguing studies about how it may help with various dementias including Alzheimers are exciting. Another booming area is relief for Erectile Dysfunction.

Erectile Dysfunction is an extremely common affliction among men over 50. It is caused by weakened blood flow and tissue damage, and this is usually caused by Dioxins and other chemical toxins in our environment. These our heavy in our food--especially meat.

The toxins are known to cause E.D.  and low sperm count. Recent research has shown that CBD oil can help get rid of these toxins and prevent them from building up in  fat cells. The oil--which has no pyschoactive effects-- also has been proven to positively stimulate proper hormone production. This can help ease sexual dysfunctions such as infertility, impotency, and performance anxiety.

The pure CBD of Swissx--grown in Gstaad, Switzerland, is potentially much better than big pharma solutions with their scary side effects such as the four hour erection--and even death.  It’s important to try just CBD oil--not other marijuana or hemp products--because the THC (which is what gets you high) can reverse the positive effects of the CBD.  Some CBD oils are poorly made and tested and can have high amounts of THC. Swissx is tested extensively in the U.S. and has the lowest THC of any CBD oil because of its patented strains of hemp plants and its unique process of compounding the CBD oil amount from hemp seeds.

Erectile Dsfunction may be helped by CBD oil. As the Marijuana Times says, “ This recent study provides some degree of nascent evidence that cannabis could interfere with CB2 receptors and therefore treat male infertility. This particular property of cannabis could be exploited as a therapeutic strategy for treatment of male infertility.

The role of the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the regulation of spermatogenesis, sperm functions and sex hormone synthesis is well documented. So, we have several good reasons to believe that the activation of the ECS by phytocannabinoids can potentially treat, or possibly cure, male infertility by modulating the underlying pathological factor(s).”