“The research is emerging to support the use of CBD for numerous conditions, as well as looking closely at safety, side effects, and long-term effects. There are some valid concerns about long-term use that must be tested before CBD can be recommended for other diseases. As one approach to pain management, it is seen as an alternative option to the addicting narcotics.The use of CBD oil might complement a medical approach to treating physical and mental diseases. It is worth discussing with your doctor.” 

–Debra Rose Wilson, PhD, MSN, RN, IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHT

“Cannabidiol (CBD), a non-intoxicating compound found in cannabis, is being touted as a natural remedy for chronic pain, insomnia, depression and anxiety, among other conditions. The research to prove CBD’s therapeutic outcomes is still largely forthcoming. But even without the science, it’s no wonder that adults over 50, who suffer most from these conditions, are behind one of the fastest growing market segments for CBD products.” 

–Abbie Rosner, Contributor for Forbes

“After a good workout, muscle fatigue is a given. Sure, Ibuprofen might do the trick to cure the pain but many aren’t mindful of the harms it actually does to the body… CBD is analgesic, making it a natural way to relieve the body of stress and physical ailment. Dr. Charlton Woodly in Texas states, ‘I use it in my practice because, unlike pain medications, such as Tylenol, CBD does not cause kidney or liver issues while providing the same pain relief.’ ” 

–Fresh Leaf CBD News

“Now that you know a little more about what CBD is, let’s take a look at some of the common uses of CBD in dogs and how the CBD hemp oil can help your pooch. All of these health benefits have been suggested and/or proven to a certain extent, and I will use studies with dogs first, followed by any other animal studies and then human trials.” 

–Stephen Valentino, MSc, Contributor for Top Dog Tips

 

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