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CBD has been growing in popularity over the years for the potential health benefits that can come with consuming it.

People of all ages are trying CBD and finding that it can help with many ailments such as stress, relaxation, sleep, and achiness.

Another possible benefit of CBD that some may not be aware of is its ability to support and help with nausea and the unpleasant vomiting that can come with it.

For one reason or another, we’ve all experienced an upset stomach. No matter how hard we may try to prevent it, it happens — sometimes when we least expect it.

Many things can cause nausea, such as:

– Motion sickness

– Migraines

– Tinnitus or other ear issues

– Gastrointestinal issues

– Food poisoning

– Certain prescriptions or drug therapies

– And more

Nausea can take a lot out of us. And in an attempt to not make matters worse, we often try to seek out the most natural remedy we can to relieve it.

Can CBD help?

A 2011 study suggested that CBD may help with nausea because of its interaction with serotonin receptors. Serotonin is a hormone that affects well-being, mood, and behavior. In small doses, it has been shown to help alleviate nausea as well as vomiting.  

CBD has also been used to help soothe nausea in chemotherapy patients. The American Cancer Society mentions that cannabinoids are a hopeful treatment option for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, especially when other treatments may not be working.

Turmeric is also known to help with an upset stomach, especially when caused by nausea and poor digestion.

So what happens when you add CBD and turmeric?

You get a potent tincture that could help relieve your tummy woes — no matter how they may be caused!

Turmeric has been used for thousands of years to help ease a range of health complications — one of which is digestive issues. Paired with CBD, it makes a great team for your stomach’s health!

Nausea sucks, plain and simple. And we don’t always want to reach for a pill to help alleviate the symptoms that come with it. Because even though a pill may help us get rid of the nausea, in the long-term, it may be affecting us in a different (negative) way. It’s desirable to reach for something more natural before turning to a pill. And given the research, CBD is a great choice, especially when matched with an absorbable form of turmeric.

CBD has shown a lot of promise in easing and helping prevent nausea without the side effects that can be induced by pharmaceutical treatments.

If you begin to feel nauseous, you can take a few drops. Or, if you know you may be going into a situation that could cause nausea (e.g. a trip that may lead to motion sickness), you could take a few drops beforehand as prevention.

But make sure you’re getting a CBD tincture that can actually be absorbed. Too many CBD companies don’t formulate their products with absorption in mind.

Luckily, SomaLeaf does. Our CBD is infused with a liposomal delivery method, meaning that you get the most out of every dose!

So try SomaLeaf’s Liposomal CBD Turmeric for your tummy woes and help keep that nausea at bay!