Pure CBD cannabis extract in MCT oil. This clear, clean oil contains zero THC and has extremely positive effects on the body and mind, with no psychoactive effects. Used to provide relief from inflammation & pain, and other symptoms caused by ailments such as anxiety, depression, glaucoma, asthma, liver disease, cancer, and auto-immune diseases.
Has added trace amounts of lecithin to assist with binding the CBD molecules to the MCT oil and maximizing the bio-absorption into the bloodstream.
With all this information (and misinformation) it’s hard to get a general consensus on CBD therapy. Ask 20 people on the street what they think of CBD, and you’ll likely get responses that range from “it changed my life” to “you couldn’t pay me to try it” or “what’s CBD?” But ask 2,000 people and you’ll paint a pretty vivid picture of CBD use in America, which is exactly what SingleCare did in its CBD survey.
On top of that, around 45% of respondents who use CBD have increased their usage to treat virus symptoms, alleviate stress stemming from the outbreak, or help them sleep.
Summary of CBD survey results:
People have been supplementing prescriptions with natural remedies for years now. CBD is no different.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved only one CBD medication for medical use, Epidiolex , which is a “drug substance CBD for the treatment of seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome or Dravet syndrome in patients 2 years of age and older.”
There are plenty of misconceptions about what, exactly, CBD is. CBD is short for cannabidiol, a naturally-occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. Contrary to what some might think (including 26% of survey respondents), CBD is not the same as marijuana.