FDA is using regulations as a way to discriminate against dietary supplements in favor of Big Pharma and Big Corporations. The saga continues.
You won't find this story in any mainstream publications, but compounded medication may soon become illegal.
It's a familiar song, the FDA singing high praise for Epidiolex, a pharmaceutical version of CBD that is less effective than the non-approved whole plant version and costs a ton more. Then there's the matter of Epidiolex side-effects -- everything from elevated liver enzymes and infections to attempts of suicide.
The entourage effect refers to hundreds of natural components within a plant interacting together to produce medicine with superior health benefits. Herbalists have recognized this forever ... pharmaceuticals not so much.
There’s continuing confusion over the legality of cannabidiol oil and fear over potential crackdowns on the product. Recently, however, it seems to me that there are more fallacies circulating in the mainstream.
Is the CBD Supplement Industry at risk due to Big Pharma?
A series of holistic health practitioners that promote alternative modals of healing for cancer and other diseases have been reported missing or dead, and the facts are piling up on the culprits of this mystery.
Big Pharma lines the pockets of doctors with more than a billion dollars per year to promote expensive brand name drugs over their cheaper generic counterparts. California legislators say enough is enough and are pushing hard for a bill that would significantly curb California pay to play perks.
Big Pharma has committed countless crimes against society, without facing any consequences. But Bernie Sanders is fighting the good fight to bring down drug prices and break Big Pharma's creepy monopoly on our health.
DEA has taken yet another swipe at marijuana by amending its already bizarre classification of pot as a Schedule I drug. Now they're trying to control the plant compound better known as CBD.
Has the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) become too lax in its approval of new drugs? And, as a result, undermining its ability to protect the public’s health?
According to researchers at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Researchs, supplements are useless when it comes to preventing heart disease and/or cancer. So how can they explain that one study found they increased cancer-free survival rates by 77%? Get the real facts here.