Many people believe that cannabis smokers feel more hungry and therefore have a higher food intake than non-smokers. This is due to phytocannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which makes you “high” and triggers hunger.
But CBD on the other hand stops many effects of THC and it seems that the same goes for the hunger triggering, so CBD can be a great helper for your weight loss goals as an appetite suppressant.
Hunger and appetite are complex body mechanisms primarily controlled by our brain. The release of certain chemicals affect our neurotransmitters in the brain and that’s why we feel hunger and have an appetite for certain food. There are also other environmental and emotional factors, such as depression, anxiety, fear, mood, relationship status, or even a bad day at work can have an influence on our appetite or decision to eat more or less. A bad mood or negative feelings can often trigger appetite and vice versa.
And because CBD can have a positive effect dealing with these conditions, we can say CBD is a good appetite suppressant.
As for the dosage recommendation, we suggest checking the correct dosage of CBD for your condition and severity of it.