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Breaking Free from Social Anxiety with Full Spectrum CBD: A Personal Experience.

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There I was, standing in a room filled with laughter and chatter, feeling like I was on the outside looking in. Social anxiety had built an invisible barrier around me, making every social interaction daunting. The fear of socializing was like a constant shadow, following me wherever I went.

In my quest for a solution, I stumbled upon CBD, a compound derived from the cannabis plant. Now, I know what you're thinking - cannabis, really? But hear me out. CBD is not the mind-altering THC we often associate with cannabis. It's an entirely different compound with some pretty unique properties.

Rumors were swirling that CBD could help with social anxiety. A study published in the Neuropsychopharmacology journal found that CBD significantly reduced anxiety in patients with Social Anxiety Disorder1. I was skeptical at first, but the more I delved into it, the more intrigued I became. Could this be the answer to my social anxiety and how to overcome it?

So, I started with a tiny dose, just 2.5 mg of full spectrum CBD. The effects were subtle initially, but I noticed a significant change over time. I was less anxious in social situations and more at ease with myself and others. I felt like I could finally breathe, finally connect.

The journey was not without its hurdles. The uncertainty of trying something new, the fear of potential side effects, and the daunting task of finding the correct dosage were all part of the process. But I was determined to try it, and the results were worth it.

Today, I invite you to explore the variety of hemp extracts, including full spectrum CBD, at Use code "fearless" for a 10% discount on high-quality full-spectrum CBD extract crafted in Boston by Erva and tested for quality by MCR labs. It's a journey worth taking, and who knows, it might just bring you the same sense of freedom and connection that it brought me.


1: Bergamaschi, M. M., Queiroz, R. H., Chagas, M. H., de Oliveira, D. C., De Martinis, B. S., Kapczinski, F., ... & Crippa, J. A. (2011). Cannabidiol reduces the anxiety induced by simulated public speaking in treatment-naïve social phobia patients. Neuropsychopharmacology, 36(6), 1219-1226.

2: Zuardi, A. W., Rodrigues, N. P., Silva, A. L., Bernardo, S. A., Hallak, J. E., Guimarães, F. S., & Crippa, J. A. (2017). Inverted U-shaped dose-response curve of the anxiolytic effect of cannabidiol during public speaking in real life. Frontiers in pharmacology, 8, 259.

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