CBD is largely an unregulated field globally. Consumers have no solace in the oversight of government industries to guarantee the accuracy of the CBD content on the labels of the products they buy or absolute confidence these products do not contain THC in products that advertise they are THC free or comply with local legal
CBD is becoming very mainstream. One of the fascinating age demographics that are embracing CBD products are seniors The cannabinoid’s many benefits for the aging population and the acceptance of medical marijuana by doctors and researchers are helping to bolster its appeal. Why Are Seniors Interested in CBD? The Washington Post recently released a study
More than 90% of women experience symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), according to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. PMS can interfere with your body’s most basic everyday functions, such as sleep, appetite, digestion, and immune function – just to name a few. Whether you experience mild or severe symptoms or none at
For much of human history cannabis has been a loyal plant ally, providing civilizations across the globe with food from its high-protein seeds; fiber for clothing, tools and building materials; and medicine from its leaves and flowers. However, in the early 20th century, cultivation and sale of marijuana and hemp was essentially legislated into obscurity.
After decades of prohibition, hemp agriculture is gaining renewed interest across the United States thanks to the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill that legalized the crop at the federal level. Farmers, manufacturers, and consumers alike are exploring the multiple uses and benefits of hemp, which can be used to produce a myriad of goods
This question was posed to an audience of over 800 stakeholders at the spring FDA conference on CBD regulation. The ultimate answer was that we do not have enough human clinical evidence to nail down exact dosages for any one condition and a plea was put out to the scientific community to provide the answers