One of the aspects that I enjoy most about being CEO of Octavia Wellness is being able to use our platform to inspire and educate multiple generations to make informed choices about their own health, and the healthcare of their loved ones.
Octavia Herbal represents an ongoing collaboration between scientists, formulators, practitioners, and caregivers who are dedicated to providing trusted CBD treatments, available nationwide.
Many people are familiar with studies showing how CBD may help with insomnia, improve mood and reduce pain. But as a middle aged person with a family history of Alzheimer’s, I am particularly fascinated to learn about the possible preventative benefits of using CBD.
Research indicates that by taking microdose levels of CBD each day, we may be reducing the likelihood of developing certain neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and ALS.
It’s empowering to be proactive about our brain health. That’s why our team has developed simple reminders and easy-to-use products designed to help us lead healthier and more comfortable lives, well into our golden years!
3 Preventative Tips Octavia Recommends that May Help Protect our Brains
- Create Good Sleep Practices:
- Try getting 8 hours sleep per night.
- Make it a goal to go to bed and wake up at the same time daily.
- For a restful night’s sleep, use natural, non addictive, non-intoxicating products.
- Octavia Recommended Natural Treatments:
- Octavia Herbal Sleep Favorite:Octavia Herbal Nighttime Sleep Drops
- Reduce Stress:
- High cortisol episodes induced by stress can damage hippocampal neurons.
- Taking steps to reduce stress can help improve concentration, decision-making and overall quality of life.
- Exercise, meditation and breathing exercises can be great options!
- Octavia Herbal Mood Favorite: Octavia Herbal CBD Drops 250 MG
- Take an Anti-Inflammatory Daily:
- Ibuprofen may effectively help reduce inflammation in the brain, but is linked to peptic ulcers, cardiac events, hypertension and kidney damage when used long term.
- CBD is a natural anti-inflammatory!
- Octavia Recomends: Octavia Wellness CBD Capsules
BACKGROUND RESEARCH THAT INSPIRES OCTAVIA’S MISSION:
Discovering the Research of Dr. Gary Wenk, PhD:
Early in my mom’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s in 2014, I was lucky enough to fall upon a video featuring Dr. Gary Wenk, PhD at Patients Out of Time, delivering a lecture at Patients Out of Time to a group of physicians and clinicians about his research findings conducted at Ohio State University where he studied the effects of cannabis on the human brain. I can still recall the first time that I heard his message that “if we could get our parents to use cannabis everyday in low doses, we could change their lives.”
“The earlier you start treatment the greater chance for complete reversal. Alzheimer’s is a sneaky, seductive reaper, and we go for years ignoring our minor slip ups and “senior moments” before realizing only too late that yes, it really is Alzheimer’s.” – Dale E. Bredesen, MD.
CEO / Co-Founder
Octavia Wellness & Octavia Herbal
*Note: The information in this article is intended for your educational use only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Octavia Wellness and Octavia Herbal recommends users seek the advice of physicians or other qualified health providers with any questions regarding a medical condition and before undertaking any supplement or other wellness program.
Dale E. Bredesen, MD “The End Of Alzheimer’s, The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline” copyright 2017.
Using Marijuana to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease | Psychology Today Dr. Gary Wenk, PhD. Professor, Behavioral Neuroscience, Neuroscience & Molecular Virology, Immunology and Medical Genetics at the Ohio State University and Medical Center, is a leading authority on the consequences of chronic brain inflammation and animal models of Alzheimer’s disease
Research conducted and funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and others is advancing our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease genetics.