Until recently, cannabis and its derivatives were widely restricted under legislation which stated they had no medical value and carried a substantial risk of misuse.
More than 60 percent of CBD users were taking it for anxiety, according to a survey of 5,000 people. Does it help?
www.healthline.com “Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a product that’s derived from cannabis. It’s a type of cannabinoid, which are the chemicals naturally found in marijuana plants. Even though it comes from marijuana plants, CBD doesn’t create a “high” effect or any form of intoxication — that’s caused by another cannabinoid, known as THC.”
Hemp & hemp derived CBD oil is a topic we are frequently asked about and is a source of much confusion. In the space of around 2 years, we have gone from hemp being a banned substance to a universal panacea which has exploded on to the market.
With so much false information spread online about CBD oil, one of the most common questions we receive from consumers relates to the difference between CBD oil from hemp and from marijuana.
“In 2018, a farm bill passed that made the production of industrial hemp legal in the United States. This has opened doors for the legalization of the cannabis compound cannabidiol (CBD) — although you still need to check your local laws for legality in your area.
THC has for long been the poster child of cannabis, but science is now pushing CBD to the limelight because it offers similar therapeutic benefits without the intoxication that CBD gives.
Cannabidiol is a popular natural remedy used for many common ailments. Here are seven health benefits of CBD oil that are backed by scientific evidence.
Nausea is a really common problem and something that none of us enjoy. The cause can be anything from an infection or virus, to simply over indulging. So, finding anything that can help with nausea is a blessing.
Inflammation is a major part of the damage caused by diabetes. And it is known that CBD does help fight inflammation. Here is what I found about CBD and diabetes
Sleep disorders are incredibly common. Unfortunately, most of the current treatments only provide short-term fixes. Here is what I found about taking CBD for sleep problems.
If you ask, ‘Can CBD interact with Drugs?’, the answer is certainly ‘Yes’. We have listed here a range of drugs and related brands that may interact with CBD.
No one I know enjoys dealing with the symptoms of an allergic reaction, such as watery eyes, sneezing, and congestion. Any help with this would surely be appreciated.. Here’s the question: Should you take Cannabidiol (CBD) for allergies? Traditional treatments and allergy medicines certainly will help reduce these symptoms, but CBD may provide a more …
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A new Australian-first trail is being undertaken to assess the use of Cannabidiol (CBD) in treating ADF personnel suffering from PTSD.
New research on treating schizophrenia with CBD shows promising results.
So, can CBD help with epilepsy? The following information covers the some of the details I have found to support the use of cannabidiol for reducing the occurrence and severity of epileptic seizures.
Can CBD help with skin conditions? After spending some time doing online research, the following information covers what I’ve managed to find out about CBD and skin conditions.
After searching for the latest studies and information, it looks as if CBD may offer quite a few advantages compared to traditional treatments. Here is what I’ve found on CBD for anxiety.
Chronic pain and pain from inflammation-related medical conditions are incredibly common. Fortunately, for many pain sufferers there may be some positive news as Cannabidiol (CBD) may offer relief.
Listening to this broadcast on the ABC nearly brought me to tears. A very emotional father of a young girl suffering from Dravet syndrome will tug at your heart strings as he talks about how he found CBD helped his daughter.