CBD oil isn’t just for humans. Learn the benefits and limitations of using CBD to support a healthy pup.
With the passing of this bill, the commercial cultivation of hemp and the domestic production of hemp products is now legal in the United States.
Today anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S. According to studies, CBD can help.
If you’re looking for relief from splitting headaches, CBD for migraines is being supported by research studies and real-life testimonials.
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.
Is the era of affordable, effective CBD oil coming to an end? Caught between CBD politics and Big Pharma’s backing of the Federal Drug Administration, the industrial hemp industry, as well as thousands of chronic disease sufferers, fear the worst with the likely approval of GW Pharmaceutical’s Epidiolex.
The CBD success stories we’ve heard about Superior hemp oil have astounded us. Here are six people with chronic pain and/or a crippling disease who have experienced relief from this high-end CBD oil.
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?
Medical marijuana myths abound, such as the idea it’s a gateway drug, or that inhaling marijuana smoke can be worse for you than cigarette smoke. We’ll set the facts straight for you in this piece.
Diabetes is an insidious disease that kills 5 million people annually. Worse yet, it’s on the rise. Read why more doctors, researchers and patients are turning to a more natural approach in combating diabetes.