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7 Things you must know before taking CBD

7 Things to know before buying CBD How do I take CBD is the most common question I receive from my patients. But there is more to the answer than just placing some CBD tincture under your tongue and hoping for good results. The most common reasons why people take CBD is for pain, anxiety,

CBD and Pain

Taking CBD for pain is the #1 topic for research on the internet. It is estimated that between 66%-75% of people using CBD have been reported to use it for some sort of pain response and I believe this number to be even higher! With so many people looking for relief from chronic pain, and

CBD and Anxiety

CBD and Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in America, affecting over 40 million adults. Mental health conditions account for many of the top causes for disability not only here in America but also worldwide — conditions such as: major depression, manic depression (bipolar), schizophrenia, and obsessive compulsive disorder. You may think of these as

CBD and Sleep

CBD and Sleep

I have found the subject of sleep and sleep medications to be a difficult one through the years. Prescription drugs have been found to be effective in providing improved sleep quality or quantity, but users may pay a heavy price from side effects such as sleep walking, nightmares, addiction, and hangovers. Over the counter remedies

Drug Interactions And CBD

Drug Interactions Drug Interactions are a difficult and tumultuous subject to consider when talking about CBD. In this unregulated industry, little has been done to perform in-depth FDA approved studies to determine side effects and drug interactions. There are some basic principles that will help to lead to reasonable conclusions, but there still some assumptions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is CBD? CBD is short for Cannabidiol, which is plant derived substance that comes from the Hemp plant. It is actually one of 118 different cannabinoids that are found in the hemp plant, and the number keeps growing! CBD affects our own internal cannabinoid receptors which are a part of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS),

How to dose CBD

Background and purpose: With no definitive source of information in the industry and the FDA offering little guidelines, it’s difficult to know who to trust when considering CBD. People are left to forage on their own as CBD shops are starting to pop up on every street corner and you can even buy your CBD

CBD oil Rankings

CBD Oil Rankings The supplement industry often flies under the radar with the FDA.As of this writing, our regulatory governmental agency for all prescription andOTC supplements has taken a fairly hands-off approach to CBD, other than monitoring for inaccurate or inflated medical claims. So, for you as aconsumer, the landscape of CBD can be confusing and

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