If you are wondering what all the fuss is about with CBD and the claims on what it can do for you, Consumer Reports in their April issue has some great information on it. Our blog has reported on CBD products in the past which are reported to relieve pain, help your depression, insomnia and relieve anxiety.
CBD is the non intoxicating component of the Marijuana plant. According to some reliable sourced, CBD has many claims attached to it but the science behind it and how these benefits are delivered is weak.
Consumer Reports in their Cannabis and CBD articles can help clear up some of the misconceptions. Check it out below
Cannabis & CBD
CBD—a compound found in marijuana and hemp that doesn’t get users high—is found in pills and creams, gummy bears and brownies, even bottled water, beer, and coffee. CBD (cannabidiol) is now being used to treat anxiety, joint pain, epilepsy, and opioid addiction. Does it really work? Can you trust products on the market? And what about marijuana itself? CR investigates. (Last Updated: March 28, 2019)