The most potent product in their line-up includes a 2,400 mg vial of CBD oil, which yields about 80 mg of CBD per dose. In addition, they also carry CBD cream, salve, and lotion if you prefer another dosing option to CBD oil. All of their products are 100% natural and have been third-party tested to ensure quality.
Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure is a silent disease that means the force of blood flow in the blood vessels of your body is too high. It’s sometimes called the “silent killer”  because many people do not have symptoms of high blood pressure but it can also lead to major heart disease or cause health issues such as heart attacks, stroke, and even kidney problems.
About 1 out of every 2 people  have high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. Many people don’t even realize that they have high blood pressure until they get blood pressure reading. The reason most people don’t realize they have it is because there are usually no clear or obvious symptoms. Regardless, leaving it untreated can lead to long-term issues such as greater chance of stroke or heart attack. The Centers for Disease Control  lists both stroke and heart disease as the two leading causes of deaths.
Research on taking CBD oil suggests there may be some potential value for people with hypertension with at least one other heart related problem, but in managing hypertension patients to lower blood pressure only, more studies are needed.
CBD’s popularity has been given a boost by the fact that two CBD-containing medicines have been approved for prescription use by the NHS in England: Epidyolex, which has been found to reduce the number of seizures in children with severe epilepsy, and Sativex, which contains a mixture of CBD and THC, and is licensed for treatment of muscle stiffness and spasms in people with MS.
Inflammation is part of the process that leads to many diseases, including coronary heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke, and there is some evidence that CBD has anti-inflammatory properties. Other studies have suggested that CBD can have a protective effect on the heart: this has been proven in rats after a heart attack and in mice with some of the heart damage associated with diabetes. But because these studies are often based on findings in a lab or in animals, not in humans, we cannot yet be confident that CBD will benefit the human heart.
What CBD products are available?
CBD is the latest health craze to sweep the high street, with claims it can help everything from chronic pain and inflammation to anxiety. But what is CBD, and can it really help the heart? Emily Ray finds out.
Many of these can be easily picked up from reputable high street stores, such as Holland & Barrett or Boots.
Some of this work is still in animals, and much more research is needed before we can definitively say that CBD can help in this area.