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How to Buy CBD

August 21, 2019

From the U.S. News & World Report website

CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol, one of the many cannabinoids, or chemical compounds, found in marijuana and hemp. You’re probably already familiar with THC, which is another compound found in the cannabis plant. But unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive. In other words, it’s not what gets you stoned. It’s also different from medical marijuana, which has been shown to reduce pain. (Today Show website)

Maybe you’re a customer who’s curious about CBD-infused products such as tinctures, capsules, sprays, lotion, waters, sodas or gummy bears. You’ve heard claims of pain-relieving, anxiety-reducing, anti-inflammatory, sleep-enhancing and other purported healing properties, and you wonder if products containing cannabidiol, or CBD, can help you.

Research on the safest, most effective use of CBD is still emerging. Even so, with major retail chains climbing on board, health and wellness products with CBD are getting easier to find. And if you’re interested in trying them, you’re not alone. In a survey conducted by CreakyJoints, part of the Global Living Foundation, more than half of arthritis patients surveyed had tried medical marijuana and CBD products in addition to their prescribed medications to cope with symptoms like chronic pain.

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