How I Reduced My Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBD Oil

How I Reduced My Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBD Oil

How I Reduced My Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBD Oil

OCD is annoying, especially if you realize you have it! Here’s How I Reduced My Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBD Oil.

Do you get pretty upset when things just aren’t right?

Me too.

I think there’s varying degrees, but OCD can get bad enough that it controls every minute of your life.

Think of when Howard Hughes, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, had to wash his hands so many times a certain way before leaving the bathroom in the movie “The Aviator,” that’s OCD.

But, it can be more subtle than that, and I think to a certain extent it’s an addiction just like the rest.

OCD may not destroy your mind and body like other addictions, but I think it can become a huge hindrance and consume most of our days just like TV, overeating, and compulsive lying can.

How my Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Began

I think I picked up a little OCD from my dad while growing up.

Our family operated with precision when it came to eating our meals at the same time each day, doing the same chores at the same times, and keeping order in the house.

Most of you guys can relate here.

See, my parents owned a rental store and my parents had to be there by 7:30 am, so that means breakfast should be made around 6:30, and dinner should be at 6:00 pm, roughly an hour after my parents got home, etc.

I’m not at all blaming my dad, in fact, I admired our routine and it kept our family running efficiently, which lowered stress and increased our income.

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Trading Old Addictions for New Ones

Around eight years ago, I quit drinking and a few years later I quit smoking, porn, white lies, etc.

There is a certain satisfaction in having everything in perfect order.

You know that feeling when you stand back at your work and you’re extremely proud? You might get a little high from that feeling.

In the last couple of years, I have tried to make every day perfect.

I guess I get a little high from knowing everything is running smoothly, business is good, money’s coming in, fridge is full, and the house is completely clean.

Then, if my wife is quiet and watching her favorite shows on her laptop, life is even better. Might sound mean, but I’m being real here.

Like an addiction, I think I had to make things even more perfect to get a bigger high, just like porn addicts have to watch more kinky or violent porn to get high.

Pretty soon, I would sit on the bed while listening to music and scour the carpet for any debris.

I got a little dopamine high from seeing a freshly vacuumed carpet, where you can see all the wheel lines made by the vacuum still.

I found that I would get frustrated if there was a little feather or lint on the carpet and would have to get up and remove it.

Pretty soon, it felt like my full-time job was keeping the carpet spotless: That’s OCD.

How I Reduced My Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBD Oil

I’m tired of trading addictions for other addictions.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder had to leave my house ASAP.

So, that brought me to the CBD Oil I’m taking for my Social Anxiety.

CBD Oil has hit the health industry by storm because it’s a powerful compound derived from the hemp plant, but has absolutely no THC.

You won’t get high from CBD, but what it can do for you is staggering.

I heard testimonials coming back about CBD oil that ranged from helping ADHD to Alzheimer’s.

So, I bought some pure CBD Oil Drops and have been taking it morning and night.

The first month on CBD, I had an encounter with a new business partner that went very well. I had no social anxiety.

Later, about two months in, I discovered that I had seen some lint and feathers on the floor and I just didn’t care.

The debris had no pull on my conscience.

So, there you have it.

OCD is now leaving my life just as social anxiety is.

Of course, there’s other things you can add into your life to make OCD and social anxiety go away faster, like meditation and yoga.

I hope this helps!


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Erik Christian Johnson is a full-time blogger, self-development advocate, and full-time network marketing Entrepreneur.

6 thoughts on “How I Reduced My Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBD Oil”

  1. I have chronic harm OCD and wondered if you think the oil could help me in some way as the anxiety at the moment is extreme and I’ve been suicidal and can’t manage daily life, have no idea what strength and where one can get the right product as I live in England, so if you have any thoughts, please let me know if you can, thanks, and pleased that you’ve had such amazing results and hope they continue
    Can be a completely awful condition

    1. Hi Gareth,

      I’m so sorry you have been suicidal, Gareth. Why do you think you are suicidal? I am genuinely curious and want to help. I think CBD is great for calming nerves, but might not do a whole lot for intense OCD. I know that sometimes we feel worthless when we are down, but I assure you that you are going to be a gift to someone, your message is strong, and you can turn it around.
      As far as England, you can try ordering through my link and if it doesn’t go through then we dont ship there, but I’m pretty sure that the UK is okay. Please respond because I am concerned about you.

  2. Can cbd oil help me with my unwanted, unpleasant and irrational obsessions and with a general depressed and anxious mood ?
    I’m taking about 400 mg 5 htp morning and evening, 50 mg quetiapine evening and schizandra as liver protector morning.
    I eat healthily and I walk every day for an hour. I take beer occasionally at weekends because it really makes me feel relaxed.
    Maria, 42 years old, Romania

    1. Hi Maria, CBD can help ease your nerves, but i would cut out beer and sugar entirely. Switch to Stevia to sweeten your coffee. Also, meditate half an hour in the morning and half an hour in the evening. Most of our issues stem from our negative thoughts. By letting your thoughts drift by in meditation, you realize that thoughts are just thoughts, they don’t mean anything and they certainly are not the truth. Even the most spiritual people have bad thoughts – it’s human nature – we don’t need to give our thoughts any power!

  3. You do not have OCD. it isn’t about a freshly vacuumed carpet or being neat. You cannot “pick it up” from a parent. It’s a chemical balance that is diagnosed by a doctor.

  4. I strongly disagree with you on saying someone cannot “pick up” OCD from parent/other family members. It MOST CERTAINLY can be hereditary !!!

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