Does CBD help with people experiencing anxiety?
According to a survey of 5,000 people, more than 60 percent of CBD users were taking it for anxiety.
The CBD industry is booming, relatively calculated to hit $16 billion in the United States by 2025.
CBD is everywhere, just Google it.
Cannabidiol, the popular hemp plant derivative marketed as a cure-all for just about any condition, has only been approved by federal regulators to treat some rare forms of epilepsy, but its popularity is quickly growing.
Today’s consumers can find CBD in countless products: infused water, soda, alcoholic beverage alternatives, gummies, mints, any more cropping up daily.
Big brands are taking note and developing their own strategy around CBD-infused products. But any brand or company can be a part of the CBD market with the right resources and guidance. Fortunately, for those interested in producing a new product, there is technology available today that removes the typical setbacks of cannabinoid products.
Well, they weren’t the exact words out of my mother in laws mouth but close enough! ‘Are you sure they are legal?’
Funnily enough I thought we would get a lot more comments like this but instead, I discovered many of my friends have tried or are taking CBD oil in some shape or form but it is still such a taboo subject, no one dares admit it.
Over the last year, plenty of events in various countries have changed the world’s outlook on the positivity of using CBD oil in treating specific conditions. North American countries (in particular Canada and the United States) are some of the leading nations when it comes down to adopting CBD oil for mass consumption...