Though CBD oil and other products have some legal controversies in some states, it has a promising future according to researchers. "In the future, I believe that CBD becomes more of a supplement like antioxidants/ vitamins and mainstream consumer products start utilizing. Non-psychoactive CBD looks poised to serve as a future driver of Canada's hemp industry, stoking plenty of interest and promising sky-high.
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POTN accommodating cannabis consumers with such products like gummy edibles, vaping additives, and even athletic recovery creams designed to help provide pain relief and help promote wellbeing. As the FDA continues to press the issue for complete decriminalization of all CBD products, this represents a major green light by an administration responsible for public health and a huge stamp of approval for CBD.
Endorsing CBD An increased understanding of how cannabinoids like CBD work their magic has prompted a shift in the way many view cannabis as opposed to just another banned schedule 1 substance. Popular Recent Top Authors. UK government's attitude to RPA adopts "massive shift" toward implementation. Deloitte and SAP to offer "on-the-shelf" cloud-based solutions for businesses. Vice President of Global Technology Masergy. Baidu set to unveil latest AI portfolio.
Substantial barriers into research and development of new CBD products have now been lifted, as have many barriers on interstate commerce. Only a handful of states have not yet issued any legislation relating to industrial hemp and its derivatives. If, for example, one of those states restricts its sale within the state, there could be issues for the producer or seller of such products.
Such laws, to the extent that they come to fruition, could be subject to challenge under federal law but could present a headache for the producer or seller. Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.
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Created by the non-profit Realm of Caring , they aim to convince the NFL to change the narrative around medical cannabis and are working with researchers at John Hopkins University and the University of Pennsylvania to study the impact of cannabinoids on former and current football players.
Another key player in the fight for medical cannabis is Dr. Sue Sisley, who has spent the majority of this decade researching and supporting the medical efficacy of psychoactive cannabis. Like a lot of us, Dr. Sisley was a skeptic of the medical effects of cannabis, but after working with veterans at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Phoenix, she saw for herself the medical power of the plant.
After her first-hand experience, Dr. Sisley decided to dive head on into the medical marijuana scene. The rest, as they say, is history. Sisley has been part of the first ever government-funded study into the effectiveness of treating PTSD with marijuana. She does all of this while continuously providing medical care to patients in her private practice who she runs with her mother, Hanna Sisley.
Sisley is nothing short of remarkable. Over 90 percent of the brains of former NFL players that have been examined showed signs of the disease. While mostly researching the effects of cannabis in veterans, she has also started to do work with athletes, including NFL player Mike James who we mentioned above. She believes that cannabis can be the solution to the opioid and painkiller addictions that run rampant through the NFL. When asked about the biggest setback that is preventing medical marijuana to be administered to willing patients, Dr.
Without these studies, scientists and doctors are left in a world of chaos when dealing with cannabis. Not only does the impediment of these studies effect the research of application methods, but it effects the research into the plants themselves.
With thousands upon thousands of strains, doctors do not know which are more effective with which disease or which ones are good for medical use and for recreational use. This, we know, leads to quality control issues within cannabis products. Basically, without the support of the federal government, there will always be a lack of understanding behind the medical efficacy of the cannabis plant.
This means that veterans and athletes will be left on their own if they seek medical cannabis help. The UFC is another major sport organization that has had players speak up on the medical effects of cannabis.
He told the press that it helps him recover from fights.
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