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Why People are Putting CBD Oil in Their Belly Button

Why People are Putting CBD Oil in Their Belly Button
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Cannabidiol, widely known as CBD, is an excellent natural remedy for various common ailments that is extracted from the cannabis plant. CBD is unique because there are many ways to take it and the newest craze has been through applying it in the belly button. What?!

If you’re someone who takes CBD or have never tried, this article breaks down CBD and the benefits of putting it in your belly button.

What is CBD?
CBD is a natural compound extracted from the cannabis plant that comes infused in oils, creams, sprays, bath salts, and even gummy bears. CBD has become popularly known for fighting nausea, chronic pain, inflammation, cancer cells, and many other health issues.

An exceptional feature of CBD is that, unlike marijuana, it doesn't make you "high." This is because CBD doesn’t have THC, which is the main ingredient in marijuana that activates receptors in the brain to create a “high” feeling. This makes CBD a great option for those seeking relief from anxiety, pain, and depression, without the psychoactive effects of marijuana or other pharmaceuticals.

How Do You Take CBD?
If you're already familiar with CBD, then you'll know that you can take it either by mouth, vaping, or through applying it on your skin. However, there's one way of taking CBD that is not commonly used and rarely discussed. This super method combines the Pechoti Method and Belly Button Healing to enhance the effects of CBD in the body via the belly button.

The belly button is an important reflexology point that connects all the major organs in the body, so stimulating it can relieve stress and pain and boost circulation, energy, and overall health. So how do these methods work together?

The Pechoti Method and Belly Button Healing 
The Pechoti Method is the Ayurvedic practice of applying therapeutic oil in and around your belly button (navel). Different essential oils can be used depending on the effects you want to feel, including CBD oil. This method of oil delivery has helped many alleviate stomach pain and cramps, improve fertility, and even balance the chakras.

Belly Button Healing is a self-healing method created by meditation and mind-body expert Ilchi Lee that consists of stimulating and massaging the belly button. It can be done using your fingers or a special Belly Button Healing wand to help you increase your energy, enhance sleep, relieve pain and tension in your joints, and stimulate your lymphatic system.



Combining the Pechoti Method and Belly Button Healing
Applying CBD oil and massaging it into your belly button offers many benefits that you might not be able to get through other methods.

Around 72,000 veins run through the area behind the belly button that are connected to various organs and tissues, such as the stomach, large intestine, bladder, and the brain. Hence, by applying CBD oil to your belly button, cannabinoids can effectively be absorbed into the blood vessels and travel throughout the body in a quick and non-invasive way.

Benefits can include helping to improve your eyesight, relieve pain in your joints, and alleviate dry eyes, lethargy, and gastrointestinal issues. It can also improve your digestion, balance your hormones, and is an excellent relief option for muscle tension, depression, stress, and mood swings.

There are no known side effects of using the Pechoti Method or doing Belly Button Healing, but make sure to consult a qualified healthcare practitioner on any matters regarding your health or if you have any concerns about using these products.

So, next time you’re taking CBD oil, try putting some in your belly button and then doing Belly Button Healing, and see the difference you feel. For detailed instructions on how to do both methods, click here.
Written by Gabi Petrylaite
Gabi is a creative mind who loves deeply connecting with the people around her. Using music as a tool of inspiration, you can find her at concerts or music festivals in her free time. She has practiced energy healing and meditation from a very young age and loves encouraging others to keep a positive mindset to become happier, brighter, and more successful.
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Would this be safe to use for someone who has diabetes as well as kidney and heart disease?
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The research performed to show that CBD does not cause damage to the kidneys, diabetes and heart disease. Yet please consult with your doctor.
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How often should one use the CBD oil?
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In other words, there's a lot of "playing around".
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Most of the frequent users of the CBD may find that a dose from 10 to 20 mg taken 1-2 times daily should be enough to provide you with an efficient effect. Yet a lot of people out there take a different direction and take CBD in as little as 1 to 3 mg per day.
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