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  1. My dad has been taking CBD oil for the last couple of years ( prescribed through his doctor) for Crohn's and Colitis ans he was in a very bed state. I'm happy to announce that he has gone into remission, we definitely believe that the CBD really helped (of course he had to do other things too) Same thing happened with me Step brother (who had just Crohn's) and is now in remission. They both continue taking CBD oil.

  2. Seriously questioned-
    Since it is federally illegal to add CBD in food or supplements, is it illegal to do this?
    Or is it that law regarding sellers only? Can you advertise a CBD for recipe purposes, as in "you can use our CBD into your brownies" type of an advertisement? If you get my vibe. Please somebody who truly knows the answer to this help me out here.

  3. CBD also does not give negative side effects like other chemicals found in drugs and DOES NOT NEGATIVELY AFFECT THE BRAIN. It is very beneficial but only take it for medicinal or instructed use, like for arthritis in this video. THC does work with CBD but only is beneficial for medicinal use and/or if you are over 21 for low risks. It is much more safer than alcohol but only if used correctly, like any other legal drug.
    The More You Know…

  4. I have terrible terrible period cramps. Run in my family. So bad I’ve had to stay home from school. I’ve been suggested to take low dose birth control (at 12)
    My parents don’t want to do that yet.
    Would CBD oil work for that? Anyone know?

  5. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid discovered in 1940. It is one of some 113 identified cannabinoids in cannabis plants and accounts for up to 40% of the plant's extract.In 2018, clinical research on cannabidiol included preliminary studies of anxiety, cognition, movement disorders, and pain.

    it has no flavor, it’s not food, it’s an extract like lavender extract and essential oil extract. stop advertising it like it’s food.

  6. WARNINGS:
    -CBD oil is unregulated—literally anyone can start selling it without getting approved. The amounts very greatly from manufacturer to manufacturer and that should be a pretty big red flag.
    -there is evidence that CBD helps treat some kinds of epilepsy, but so far, that’s it. Any ideas that it helps with other disorders and conditions are based on small, self-reported studies and anecdotes—not rigorous science.
    -CBD isn’t well-absorbed by the digestive tract, so you many not even be getting much at all.

    Basically, if this helps treat your pain (either chemically or through the placebo effect), fine, it’s your money. It probably won’t hurt you. You might be getting way more than the amount necessary to feel an effect or way not enough. But keep it away from kids because the effects haven’t been thoroughly studied enough and they aren’t old enough to consent to be experimented on.
    Remember, “natural” isn’t always better.

  7. HI, I have spondylitis (bechterev) also inflamatory arthritis and I would like to know mor about CBD remedy. I am from Europe and feel that CBD isnt that spread yet in my country, not to mention it might be forbidden.

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