How to use CBD Oil for Erectile Dysfunction

Can CBD have an effect on your sexual health? CBD acts on the endocannabinoid receptors. These are present in your testicles. So, in short, yes, CBD does impact your sexual health. Why might it help with erectile dysfunction? Let’s examine that:

  • We’ve already established that low testosterone is an unlikely suspect. The same doesn’t hold true for other hormones like insulin. That’s where the endocannabinoid system comes into it. This system helps to balance hormone levels in the body.

  • One of the primary benefits of CBD is that it’s great for taking the edge off. If you’re anxious and stressed out, the oil might work well for you.

  • CBD is a vasodilator. In theory, rubbing CBD cream onto your penis might help because it improves blood flow.

  • CBD oil could have an impact on your appetite. Some people find that it reduces their appetite. If this is the case for you, it could help you lose weight, and so improve your condition.

Cannabinoids and Your Hormones

Scientists have discovered that our endocannabinoid system is capable of bringing the endocrine system into balance. This could have a significant impact on your health overall. By balancing hormones like insulin, CBD might prevent insulin resistance from developing.

Taking CBD orally will work well here.

Anxiety Reduction Could Help

If chronic stress is at the root of your problem, CBD’s anxiolytic properties could help. At present, there’s a lot of discord about what the oil can actually do. One thing users do agree upon, though, is that it has a calming effect on most people.

Please note, we said, “most.” Some people find that CBD increases anxiety. We recommend trying a small dose orally first to see.

Another option would be to rub in CBD cream into tense muscles. This doesn’t have as much of an effect on the whole body but is excellent for spot relief.

Vasodilatory Effects

Yes, CBD does help to dilate vessels. This causes increased blood flow. The effect will be felt if you’re taking the drops orally, but a topical application is probably more useful here.

We’re willing to try this out. It makes sense. Whether or not the increased blood flow will have the desired effect remains to be seen. You’ll also have to work out what the underlying problem was, or you’ll have to use the cream every time you have sex.