Friday, August 09, 2019 by: Ethan Huff Tags: Big Pharma, cannabis, CBD, corruption, deception, Food and Drug Administration, freedom, health freedom, hemp, herbal medicine, lies, marijuana, natural healing, natural medicine, regulation, science, Tyranny (Natural News) The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is admittedly triggered that increasingly more Americans are choosing to use all-natural cannabidiol (CBD) and other components of the cannabis sativa (marijuana) plant for healing as opposed to FDA-approved chemical pharmaceuticals. So in an attempt to stymie this trend, the agency is now pushing to “regulate” CBD oil, which of course would benefit Big Pharma at the expense of health freedom. During a recent congressional hearing, FDA Commissioner Ned Sharpless expressed his opposition to the legal use of CBD, insisting that there are “real risks” associated with its use. He added that “critical questions remain” about not … [Read more...] about FDA moves to regulate CBD oil to protect Big Pharma’s profits
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CBD products for sale at Rainbow Blossom in Louisville Photo by Michael Clevenger, Louisville Courier Journal As cannabidoiol, better known as CBD oil, becomes readily available in Kentucky and is touted as a cure-all for a host of medical problems, from arthritis to anxiety, Laurel Deppen of the Louisville Courier Journal reports on its safety and legality. Much of the concern about the safety and legality of CBD oil comes from its association with marijuana, since both some from the cannabis plant, Deppen notes. Here is her guide to answer many of those concerns. What is CBD oil? CBD oil is made by extracting CBD from the cannabis plant, then diluting it with a carrier oil, such as coconut or hempseed oil, according to healthline.com. Is CBD oil legal in Kentucky? As long as CBD is derived from industrial hemp, it is legal. The 2018 Farm Bill allowed “the production and marketing of hemp” and other derivatives of cannabis with less than 0.3 percent THC, or … [Read more...] about Courier Journal has answers to many questions about CBD oil
You would have to be living in a cave to have missed the CBD craze that is sweeping across America: New products are cramming store shelves as the market explodes for what many Americans believe to be a miracle cure-all. Everything from oils to gummies to pills, creams, and ointments are now for sale at supermarkets and specialty chains. You can even get massages infused with CBD, or cosmetics laced with the drug. All of these products contain cannabidiol but not THC, the ingredient in pot that provides a "high." But what do scientists really know about the health benefits and risks of CBD? Precious little, experts say, and consumers should take care that they are not wasting their money. "You have a flood of CBD products that are coming from hemp that are going out onto the market, and you've got all sorts of claims being made about those from people are trying to sell them," said Timothy Welty, chair of the department of clinical sciences at Drake University's College of Pharmacy and … [Read more...] about The Controversy Over CBD Oil Health Claims
Cannabidiol is having a moment. Though you may not recognize its scientific moniker, you've probably seen it referred to by its buzzy nickname: CBD. CBD is everywhere these days, and in a variety of forms. You can find it in capsules, gummies, tinctures, oils, balms, cocktails, cookies—even coffee sold at small-town bakeries. Its market share in the health and wellness space will likely only continue to grow, with some analysts estimating its value will hit $2 billion by 2022.CBD has a lot of purported benefits with a lot of anecdotal (and some scientific) evidence to back those claims. Everything from helping cancer patients fight nausea, to acting as a sleep aid for people with insomnia, to reducing seizures in children with a severe form of epilepsy known as Dravet Syndrome. While those seem like potentially huge breakthroughs, CBD is also said to help with smaller stuff, like helping you recover faster from workouts thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. Before you dive … [Read more...] about Considering CBD For Muscle Recovery? Here’s What You Need To Know.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Log In Style | Seven Buds for Seven Brothers This leading CBD company is a family affair. From left, Jared, Joel, Jon, Jordan, Austin, Josh and Jesse Stanley. Credit Credit Benjamin Rasmussen for The New York Times Supported by ByAlyson Krueger March 6, 2019 Sure, CBD is everywhere. But it hit the Sundance Film Festival with full force only in It was envisioned by the One night there was a $175 10-course dinner. All the dishes, including the cured black cod to the hazelnut chocolate crunch cake, contained Charlotte’s Web CBD. Thomas Pierce, a 32-year-old film producer and C.E.O. of an entertainment marketing agency, was among those bingeing on the offerings. “I attended a private dinner for 50, a happy hour event with CBD beer and tacos, and a late party sipping on delicious CBD cocktails,” Mr. Pierce said. “I was in my happy … [Read more...] about Seven Buds for Seven Brothers