CBD,Vitamin D and Covid 19

Could there be a connection between COVID19, vitamin D and CBD? Vitamin D stimulates the absorption of nutrients such as calcium and magnesium and strengthens and regulates the immune system. A study of 186 coronavirus patients at AZ Delta General Hospital in Roeselare, West Flanders, found that a lack of adequate vitamin D at intake may be associated with an increased risk of severity and death from covid-19 infection… Let us look at the evidence linking COVID19 to vitamin D deficiency and CBD oil.


Table of Contents

  • Why did researchers study vit D for COVID19?
  • What’s behind vit D deficiency?
  • What you need to know about vit D!
  • What exactly is COVID19?
  • Should you take a vit D supplement?
  • What is the best way toget my vit D?
  • The CBD oil available with added vit D!

Why did researchers study Vit D for COVID19

Vitamin D, which is made by exposing the skin to sunlight, has many other benefits, such as bone health. It is also found in some foods and supplements.

When the COVID -19 pandemic began to escalate, Backman, the Northwestern researcher, says he wanted to help but was not sure how. “There were some mysteries that had not been figured out,” he says. One was the difference between death rates in different countries.

So his team conducted a statistical analysis of data from hospitals and clinics in China, France, Germany, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and the US. After examining the possible explanations for the differences in death rates from COVID -19, such as differences in the quality of health care, age of the population, testing rates, and different strains of the virus, none could be confirmed.

The role of vitamin D in regulating the immune system, including its possible ability to suppress the production of dangerous cytokines, is well known. And sunlight and vitamin D have been linked to lowering the death rate in the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic.

What`s behind Vit D definciency?

41% of adults have vitamin D deficiency (defined as a 25-hydroxyvitamin D level of less than 20 ng/ml). This rate is even higher in the elderly and other at-risk groups, such as people with darker skin tones. One of the main reasons is lack of sunlight. In order for the body to produce vitamin D, we need to expose the skin directly to sunlight. The sun’s energy is the crucial ingredient that converts precursor compounds into the biologically active vitamin. Air pollutants, smoking and other toxins can also interfere with vitamin D metabolism and exacerbate the problem. And as we get older, our bodies produce less vitamin D, even though we need more of it. Spending more time in the sun increases the risk of skin cancer and accelerated ageing. Spending time in the sun with sunscreen prevents the body from producing vitamin D.

But there is a simple solution: increase your intake of vitamin D to boost your body’s levels. It’s extremely difficult to get enough vitamin D from foods like fatty fish or fortified milk. Scientists have found that an additional dose of 5,000 IU to 8,000 IU daily can bring blood levels of vitamin D into an optimal range associated with a lower risk of chronic disease.


What you need to know about VitD?

  • Vitamin D is not just good for your bones. Recent research has found it to be linked to brain and heart health, as well as extending a healthy lifespan.
  • Low vitamin D levels are associated with an increased risk of many common chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders, and Alzheimer’s disease.
  • High vitamin D levels are often associated with better overall health and a longer life.
  • Vitamin D deficiency is very common and increases with age. We believe that taking 5,000 IU to 8,000 IU daily can effectively raise blood levels and improve almost all aspects of health.
  • Regular blood tests are important to adjust these doses to ensure you get the maximum benefit..

What exactly is COVID19?

WHO describes it thus:

Coronavirus disease (COVID -19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus.

Most people infected with the COVID -19 virus have mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without needing special treatment. Elderly people and people with underlying medical problems such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease and cancer are at higher risk of becoming seriously ill.

The COVID -19 virus is mainly transmitted through saliva droplets or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes.

Symptoms of COVID19
COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people become mildly to moderately ill and recover without hospitalisation.

The most common symptoms:

  • Fever
  • dry cough
  • fatigue.

Less common symptoms

  • Pain
  • Sore throat
  • Diarrhea
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Headache
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Rash on skin or discoloration of fingers or toes

Severe symptoms:

  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Chest pain or feeling of pressure
  • Loss of speech or movement

People with mild symptoms who are otherwise healthy should treat their symptoms at home.

On average, it takes 5-6 days after contracting the virus for symptoms to appear, but it can take up to 14 days.

Should you take a vitamin D supplement

Even before the studies are completed, there are good reasons to consider taking a vitamin D supplement.

A large percentage of people are vitamin D deficient and could benefit from modest vitamin D supplementation, and at very little risk.

In Europe, roughly 41 percent of adults are vitamin D deficient. People with darker skin have a higher risk – 63 percent of Hispanics and 82 percent of blacks have low vitamin D levels.

Other factors increase the risk of vitamin D deficiency, including age, limited sun exposure, obesity and certain medical conditions. It is not an easy task to get enough vitamin D from food. Therefore, taking a supplement might be advisable, but always check with your doctor first.”

4,000 international units (IU) per day is safe for most people. CBD oil with added vitamin D gives you 1000 IU of vitamin D with just 3 drops.

We do not recommend taking more than 4,000 IU of vitamin D per day without your doctor’s permission.


What is the best way to get my vitD


Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, which means it does not dissolve in water and is best absorbed into the bloodstream in conjunction with high-fat foods.

For this reason, it is recommended that vitamin D supplements be taken with a meal to enhance absorption.

A study of 17 people found that taking vitamin D with the largest meal of the day increased vitamin D blood levels by about 50% after only 2-3 months.

In another study of 50 older adults, taking vitamin D with a high-fat meal increased vitamin D blood levels by 32% after 12 hours compared to a fat-free meal.

Avocados, nuts, seeds, full-fat dairy products, and eggs are nutritious sources of fat that boost your vitamin D intake.

It’s best to take your vitamin D in the morning, because vitamin D can interfere with the production of melatonin (our sleep hormone). So if you take your daily dose of vitamin D in the evening, you might have trouble sleeping.

CBD oil available with VitD

Thank you for taking the time out to read our article: COVID -19 – Vitamin D and CBD Oil!.. Below we have listed our Vitamin D & CBD oils. You have a choice between the 5% full spectrum CBD with Vitamin D or the 15% full spectrum CBD with Vitamin D. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to book a free consultation to discuss your needs and come up with a plan..

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