You might have seen it in your neighborhood health store, your local spa or your corner coffee shop. CBD, aka cannabidiol, is getting mixed into cocktails, lotions and drinks.
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19 Responses

  1. Wake tf up you pretend science people. Go and do some trials with all the indigenous peoples who use this, as well as other plants, for healing. While you’re at it, go talk to the Veteran community who all know friends wiped out on serokill, and those who’ve had life saving benefits with cannabis, and it’s components. How about visiting a hospice, and listen to what the dying have to report. Or Charlotte’s mother, and all the parents who have saved their children from debilitating seizure disorders (Charlottes web). Maybe the ptsd community, and the veterinarians, or psych docs and nurses, or addicts that used cannabis to come off legal and illegal opiates. The evidence is there. It’s been there forever. I understand…don’t get me wrong…that use of some cannabis at a young age could cause problems, but damn you guys…wake tf up. I hope this gets regulated where you know what the components are and how to use them.

  2. Honestly, they need to do a lot more investigation into supplements. There's very little regulation. A lot don't contain the amount of product the advertise, and some advertise that the ingredient can do things that its never been proven to do.

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