If you have never heard of CBD, you will. What is CBD? Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, is a cannabinoid that occurs naturally in cannabis and hemp. It is found in their flowers, seeds, and their stalks. Cannabidiol is one of over 400 compounds that are found in cannabis sativa. It has become very popular in the holistic foods and supplements industry. People everywhere have become aware through social media and YouTube videos how both marijuana CBD and THC and hemp-based products are miracle plants even suggested to cure or alleviate neurological disorders from veterans suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) to CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy) which many athletes have suffered from contact sports. Leading professional athletes ranging from the NBA to the UFC to have cause to reevaluate their supplement policy.
It has joined the natural food and supplement industry helping companies that would sell other forms of natural weight gain syrups like apetamin, therapeutic incents and oils to include CBD as a natural alternative to synthetic prescriptions that often entail significant opioid use for kids as young as elementary age students.
Super supplements are some of the fastest most desired products to enhance overall health and wellness. Everything from Irish sea moss to CBD capsules are fulfilling our bodies natural needs. What is not taught is that the body has natural cannabinoid receptors that many of the ancients already knew about and modern science kept locked in a vault due to government regulation. The Food and Drug Administration recently approved cannabis for medicinal solutions. Today’s generation of technology has forced the recognition of marijuana worldwide to be accepted among health experts as never before. Every marijuana and hemp farm in North America are rejoicing because of Canada’s federally legalizing marijuana and the U.S. federally legalizing hemp with marijuana not far behind it.
CBD does not result in having any “high-effect” thus it has become the supplement of choice for its health benefits. Although still taboo in the medical industry despite the hard facts, it is always a good idea to see where your primary doctor stands so consult your physician to see if CBD is the right choice for you.