Initial Study Results

Study results show a strong indication of health and relief benefits offered by our highly-potent CBD. There were many more measurements and analyses, but here are a couple of key findings showing the effectiveness of CBD in just the first 30 days of taking it:

Personal Success Stories

A 24-year-old married woman from Tallahassee, Florida suffered from constant stress over just about everything. She reacts to ordinary daily challenges as if they were major problems and mishaps. She gets emotionally and mentally derailed by what others would consider ordinary problems – sometimes experiencing full-on panic attacks. Further, she has trouble sleeping. Counseling offered only moderate benefits.

“I started taking the Endo-C CBD, and right away I slept all night long. Each morning I’m rested. My anxiety is w-a-y down. I don’t have the constant worries about everything. This may sound funny, but at work I am rational. I don’t have panic attacks when something goes wrong. Honestly, I feel better in every way.”

A retired tradesman from Northern Utah was diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer about 2 years ago. He had regular chemotherapy and was on opioids for pain. His prognosis was grim. He wanted to enjoy his family – his wife, grown kids and grandchildren – but he had two major problems. First, he had extreme nausea from his chemo treatments, so he often felt terrible and often could not eat. Second, he hated the opioids because it put him a mental fog and he slept all the time.

About 8 months ago, he started taking six Endo-C CBD softgel capsules per day.

“It relieved my nausea completely. And what do you do when family gets together? We eat. Now I can feel good, and eat, and be part of the fun.”

Interestingly, at a subsequent scan of his cancer, it was downgraded from Stage 4 to Stage 2. There is no correlation to be made here, but he says CBD allows him to stop taking opioids, feel good and think clearly.

“I simply wanted, in the time I have, to enjoy being with my family. My life is so much better now.”

A retired Utah County man with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) was declining badly. He was on 5 strong prescriptions, walked with a cane, dragged one foot behind him as if it were nearly paralyzed, and overall looked like he had aged a dozen years.

He started on Endo-C’s CBD and immediately felt better. He gradually dropped each of his 5 prescriptions, and he takes none now. (We should note that we do not recommend dropping medicines without consulting your doctor.) In addition, he not only walks without a cane, but walks upright and without a limp.

He still has MS, but its symptoms are controlled. He is healthier, more robust, and even energetic.

A young woman in Utah suffered a massive brain injury with ongoing pain and partial paralysis. Several post-injury surgeries have been required. Doctors say she will have disabilities for the rest of her life.

She refused opioids because they left her incapable of thinking clearly, living, or doing anything other than lying around and sleeping. She takes 8 Endo-C CBD gel caps per day, and she is able to cope with the chronic pain, to sleep at night, and to return to many activities with family and friends. She now continues with her education, which she would not be able to do on opioids.

A 30-year-old man in Orem, Utah started having debilitating migraine headaches when he was in college. Because of his pain, he could only take 6-9 credits per term, so it took him 8 years to complete his double major. When he graduated, he could only work at a part-time job that allowed him to work from home with flexible hours. His doctor tried a vast array of medications, including opioids. None worked well, and he could only work about 10-15 hours per week.

“Often, to escape the pain, I spent 3 days straight in bed, in a dark room, with no sound, and in a foggy limbo from opioids. I hated it. I had no life.”

He started taking CBD from Endo-C, and it made a world of difference.

“I am completely off opioids. I now work full time, got a huge raise at work, and am going out to places and doing things I never did before. I still struggle with headaches, but they are nothing compared to those migraines.”