Nash Healing & Apothecary Newsletter December 2019
In this issue: • Questions & Answers • Testimonial • Articles with links
Q & A
Q: What is CBD?
A: CBD is known clinically as Cannabidiol from the Hemp plant, cousin to the marijuana plant.
Q: How is CBD different from Marijuana?
A: CBD is a component of marijuana (one of hundreds), it alone does not cause a feeling of a "high.” Therefore, no potential for addictive behaviors or habits.
Q: Is Cannabidiol (CBD) Legal?
A: Yes, purchasing CBD is federally legal as long as it doesn't contain more than 0.3 percent THC, but some state laws have put restrictions on buyers. For example, Virginians can only buy and possess CBD if they have a prescription.
“I have had two knee surgeries and although the prescription medication has worked, I cannot take the pain medication while working. I work multiple jobs that demand much physical labor and stress to my body. Being 57 years old I did not know much about CBD and thought it was full of THC hindering my ability to pass a drug screen. My daughter gave me the pain cream and I saw immediate pain and inflammatory relief. I truly believe in the benefits of CBD and will be sharing my success with my friends and co-workers”. Thank you, NH & A!
Charles, Albuquerque, NM
Consumers research CBD more than many other wellness trends, study finds Published October 31, 2019 “Move over, meditation: American consumers are researching CBD more than many other alternative health trends and products, according to a new study looking at Google searches”.
To read more follow the link: https://hempindustrydaily.com/consumersresearch-cbd-more-than-many-other-wellness-trends-study-finds/
CBD: Online interest is peaking
Published Monday 4 November 2019; By Robby Berman; Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey
“According to a new analysis, there are now more internet searches for cannabidiol (CBD) information than any other alternative therapies.
People's interest in CBD products is skyrocketing, according to a new study.
Acne, pain, menstrual problems, and opioid addiction — the range of conditions that cannabidiol (CBD) can apparently treat seems endless. But does the compound really work? The answer remains unclear. Nonetheless, CBD is having a moment, says a research letter that JAMA Network Open has published”.
To read more go to: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/
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TOPIC: CBD Basics
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