“European studies show that topical CBD decreased inflammation and pain…”
“There’s this category of seniors of the baby boomer demographic who used to consume cannabis in their youth, gave it a rest in their professional life, and are now getting more curious about it for medical reasons.”
Despite the fact that cannabis-infused edibles are illegal in Canada, they’re heading towards classifying Cannabidiol (CBD) as a natural health food product. The Canadian progress in this specific area is immensely different than that of the U.S.
“Employers and insurers are advised to reduce their risks and potential compensable costs related to the use of opioid pain medications in workers’ comp claims…”
Helping employers, employees and their families reduce opioid exposure as part of routine medical care.
“If we can create this on a commercial scale, and distribute it across the country, we can help so many more people,”…“Not just those who are sick, but the ones that just need day-to-day benefit from this amazing plant.”
“In four months now, I have not had one depression, not one anxiety, not one bout with the PTSD. And ADHD has gone from 30 things in my mind…down to about three or four things.”
Now that hemp-derived CBD is lawful in every state, it is unclear how exactly CBD use will impact the workplace.
“Experts also urge caution when using legal CBD compounds on the market. Two major medical journals found that many of the products did not contain the amount of CBD on the label and some even contained harmful contaminants”