If you’re reading this, you’re probably familiar with CBD or interested in learning more about its beneficial health and medical properties. CBD has taken the nation by storm, seemingly appearing everywhere. Whether it be a new CBD-infused product, a new CBD study, or even a celebrity promoting a new CBD product line, CBD just seems to be everywhere.
How Celebrities Are Getting Involved?
Nowadays, celebrities are trying to cash in on the cannabis industry by creating brands and products around themselves. They are also being targeted to become influencers for the cannabis industry due to strict marketing regulations by platforms like Google and Facebook, which restrict advertisements and promotions. Even if celebrities aren’t trying to advertise CBD products, they subtly do so when they’re publicly spotted using them.
Recently, it was reported that Melissa McCarthy used CBD oil for foot pain caused by wearing high-heeled shoes for the red carpet at the Oscars.
The Hollywood Reporter stated that prior to the Oscars starting, CBD products such as oils, lotions, and gum was supplied in beauty bags for this year’s awards.
What is CBD?
CBD is the non-psychoactive (doesn’t get you “high”) property found within the hemp and cannabis plant. Most people are experienced with or know about THC, the property that does induce mind-alternating effects (gets you “high”).
Why CBD Doesn’t Get You High?
There are many properties inside cannabis. THC and CBD are just two cannabinoids out of many. CBD has been identified as the cannabinol with high amounts of medical and therapeutic benefits, thus creating the appeal to extract it and administer it in different infused-products.
Due to marijuana’s schedule I classification by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), it means that it can’t be fully studied by federally backed organizations or institutions. The DEA has painted cannabis in a negative light by stating it has “no accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.” This leaves people who want answers in the dark.
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In a new study, mice with pancreatic cancer who were treated with cannabidiol (CBD) and chemotherapy survived nearly three times longer than those treated with only chemotherapy—a major discovery, considering how low the survival rate typically is.
Dollar General has announced they will begin selling cannabidiol (CBD) products in select stores, starting with Tennessee and Kentucky. They plan to sell 20 different types of CBD products across 1,800 stores in those two states.